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Tanged Insert Graphite Gaskets
- Minimum Order Quantity
- Graphite, Metal
- Flat Gasket
- Raised Face (RF), Full Face (FF)
- Main Export Market(s)
- Asia, Central America, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa
- Main Domestic Market
- All India
- ISO 9001:2008 ISO 14001:2004 OHSAS 18001:2007 API 6A API 17D
Our Tanged Graphite Gaskets range of graphite sheet sealing materials are factory-made from extremely pure shed graphite flake, with/without a strengthening metallic core with the standardized products, which offer graphite with a carbon complacent of 98% pieces and for nuclear purposes offer 99.85%.
Tanged Graphite Gasket laminates offered by our company are appropriate for moderately high pressure/high temperature gasket usages with a wide ambit of media. Utilizing mechanical way or certain adherents, graphite foils can be connected to the fortifying core.
These gaskets are utilized in demanding industries such as refining, petrochemical industries as an effect of deficiency of any polymeric or rubber binders devising their stress holding levels high. This in turn insures that the gasket accent applied upon construction is maintained during service.
In chemical service industry, though graphite settled products are immune to most chemicals. It is most imperative to consider any manageable reaction between reinforcing metallic core and chemical medium as graphite is sensitized to attack by sulfuric acid or nitric acid at certain compacts and temperature.
Based on the concentration and temperature of oxygen existing and the pureness of graphite it may remove the conversion of oxides into carbon. With a fit barred flange graphite gets removed very steadily in link with the oxygen from the inner bounds of the pipes. Whereas, high temperature gasket utilization of fluids sealed with no oxygen is determined by the affliction on graphite from the oxygen in the condition encompassing the flange.
Due to the complication in the surrounding the oxygen as well as in temperature for graphite getting remove the Tightness Testing Research Laboratory [TTRL] in lieu of Pressure Vessel Research Council [PVRC] that has recorded maximal service temperatures for different time periods of service life necessities and the identical is proffered from the graphite sheets by Goodrich Gasket as below:
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