Heat Exchanger Gasket Standard Shapes
The quality and service life of a plate heat exchanger depends on the quality and service life of the gasket. For most heat exchangers, the plates are generally not damaged, and the gaskets are prone to aging and cause leakage, so the quality of the gasket determines the quality and service life of the heat exchanger. Ggenerally,NBR issuitable for working conditions below 120 °C. The newly developed high temperature NBR can reach 145 °C, the hydrogenated NBR reaches 160 °C; EPDM used in the past only 150 °C, high temperature EPDM has been improved to 160 °C; fluoropropene rubber (FPM) can be used at 175 °C; graphite laminated gaskets can be used up to 400 °C, which can replace compressed asbestos fiber gaskets.