Heat Exchanger Gaskets
Simply formulating the right gasket compound and profile for a specific duty is an art – or more accurately – a science in itself. To compound the right rubber mixture can involve the selection of anywhere from five to fifteen different substances from around 1700 of different grades of polymer,vulcanising chemicals and processing materials currently available. And that selection process is, itself, influenced by a host of other parameters that could affect the eventual performance of the gasket.
The working environment, the service temperature and pressure, the actual nature of the duty and the interreaction between the gasket material and the plates all,individually and collectively, help to determine the final choice of materials used.
The gasket is moulded in one piece. The material is normally an elastomer, selected to suit the actual combination of temperature, chemical environment and possible other conditions to be considered. The one-piece gasket is consist of one field gasket, two ring gaskets and links.
Their specific features are their remarkable resistance to oils, solvents and grease, whether aliphatic or aromatic.
High Temperature NBR
Its physical properties are remarkable even at high temperatures.
Excellent resistance to all kinds of ageing (heat, oxygen, ozone,weathering).
High Temperature EPDM
High resistance to extreme temperatures: -50°C to +200°C.
High resistance to extreme temperature: -50°C to +200°C.
We have a very large stock of common gaskets, so you can avoid long delivery times.on the following pages we will give you an overview of the models that we provide here, you can select your heat exchanger so that we can make a suitable offer for you .
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