Seal Innovations has over 50 years of experience designing, engineering, and manufacturing hydraulic sealing products for agricultural OEMs.

O-rings are a farmer’s best friend

As the agricultural harvest season approaches every year, the maintenance and repair experts at Motion Australia and Seal Innovations work together to ensure that Australian farmers have fitted their agricultural hydraulic and fluid transfer equipment with reliable sealing solutions. Read More

Leaky pipes no more

Performing repairs and maintenance work on fluid transfer systems has historically been a problematic process in the agriculture and food processing industries. Read More

CBC Toowoomba bears the weight for local OEM

Despite ongoing irregularity in climate conditions for growing and harvesting crops in Australia the Australian grain industry has experienced some of the most favourable seasons on record in recent years, according to the Department of Agriculture, Water, and the Environment.1 Read More

Tractors and trucks run smooth with Shell lube

With demand at record highs, it’s more important than ever to keep critical agricultural machinery running at its optimum. Lubrication is key to the health and protection of hardworking agricultural equipment and can make all the difference to the outcome of a season.
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Anything you can do, iCan do better

According to Alemlube, contamination is the leading cause of machinery failure on an industrial site. Lubrication is the last line of defence against friction, wear and corrosion for many parts on critical machinery, so when oil becomes compromised, so does the entire piece of equipment.
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Sowing the seeds of sustainability

The future of food production rests on a more sustainable approach to agriculture that gives equal weight to environmental, social, and economic concerns, without compromising the finite supply of natural resources on the planet.
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Mastering the art of sealing in a leak

The journey of Seal Innovations began in 1954 as a division of Motion Australia’s Consolidated Bearings Company (CBC). After 67 years of cultivating the industry’s best sealing expertise – which included the acquisition of several sealing businesses – Seal Innovations has grown to be the largest supplier of sealing products, services, and support in Australia and New Zealand, with a distribution network of more than 15 branches.
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AIP races to assist flood clean-up in Northern Rivers

Several weeks ago, Northern NSW experienced some of the worst flood waters in its history, with the city of Lismore and surrounding areas left to deal with significant infrastructural damage. Communities across the region are slowly beginning to rebuild, largely thanks to the support from local businesses offering services and product wherever possible.
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Carrum Downs sealing experts restore seals to factory new

Seal refurbishment is a cost-effective solution for prolonging the life of a piece of equipment. And as far as refurbishments go, “Sealing Solutions is widely accepted as the largest independent seal repairer in Australia,” Garry Noble says. 
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Customers stand to benefit from ‘One Motion’

The move to transition and consolidate all the Australian-based businesses owned by Motion Asia Pacific into one singular business – Motion Australia – will translate to better services for customers in the agricultural and food and beverage industries, say industry experts.
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Ploughing ahead with quality bearings

When it comes to farming Australian soil, equipment is predominantly produced by local manufacturers who understand local conditions. And in many cases, they choose NTN agricultural bearings because of their ability to withstand the rigours of applications such as tilling and ploughing.
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Bottling boldly: Unsealing the history of a Tasmanian winery

Home to Australia’s first sparkling wine and world-renowned for producing some of the best cool-climate wines in the world, Tasmania plays host to several lush wine touring trails. Nestled at the heart of the Tamar Valley Wine Trail is Josef Chromy Wines. The lavish estate boasts 61 hectares of well-kept vines and pasture, but the vineyard is not without a storied history that is notably inspiring.
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