Core Capabilities and Services
- Structural, fluid, and thermal analysis
- Elastomer FEA
- Design and product development
- Mechanical and flow testing
- Tribology… friction, wear, and lubrication
- Valve technology
- Seal technology
- Failure analysis
- AOV/MOV Services
- MOV Actuator Test Stand (Torque & Thrust)
- MOV Actuator Test Stand (Torque Only)
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To help our customers meet their high pressure rotary control device (RCD) goals, we have performed characterization testing of our 10.50” (266.7mm) PN 682-20-318 plastic lined RCD seals. The testing was performed at several different pressures, including duration testing at 2,300 psi (15.86 MPa). The 2,300 psi test pressure simulates a lubricant overpressure type RCD operating with 2,000 psi (13.79 MPa)
High Pressure Shaft Seals
Consulting Engineering Services
Kalsi Engineering, Inc., a high technology firm, was founded in 1978 to provide consulting engineering services in the areas of research and development, design, analysis, and testing of mechanical equipment and structures. Our facilities are located in Sugar Land, Texas, approximately 17 miles from downtown Houston and easily accessible from the airports.
Kalsi Engineering has a diversified client base that includes equipment manufacturers, oilfield service companies, petrochemical plants, nuclear power plants, aerospace engineering companies, architect/engineers, industry research organizations, and government agencies. In addition to serving individual clients, we have successfully completed many joint-industry group-sponsored projects.
In addition to providing consulting engineering services, Kalsi Engineering offers rotary seal and software product lines that were originally developed to solve difficult problems associated with energy production. Our patented rotary seals are the result of our pioneering research in hydrodynamic lubrication.
Our suite of engineering software began with JarPro™ jarring analysis software, which is used to reduce the costs associated with a stuck drillstring by optimizing jarring tool placement. KVAP™, CVAP™ and LiFE™ are state-of-the art software applications that are widely used to evaluate critical valve and actuator issues in nuclear power plants.