Flexible Graphite Gaskets

Flexible Graphite Gaskets

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Flexible graphite gaskets have solved sealing problems for refineries, power generation, chemical plants, paper mills, and other high temperture or chemical applications.

Flexible Graphite the best solution for problem industrial seal applications. We handle all types. Including: Sheet, Ribbon, Braided and Die Formed Sets. We also specialize in providing the best grades of flexible graphite, including Grafoil, SGL, FMI-SPA, Texfoil, Mercer, Lattygraph and Nippon Pillar.

 

Flexible Graphite die formed rings  & ribbon pack Rolled flexible graphite is used to pack valves in the field. It is also used to make die formed packing sets . Flexible Graphite is used in Refineries, Power Plants, Co-Generation Facilities or anyone dealing with high temp applications. It has been instrumental in meeting government limits on Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's)
Flexible Graphite Sheet Flexible graphite, due to it's softness seals great but can also break if bent too far. To make it easier to handle we offer it with a 316 S.S. foil insert, tanged insert, or for easier cutting - no insert at all. Available in a range of grades from automotive & Industrial to Nuclear.
Graphite sets Die formed sets for valves in applications that require the lowest of leak rates. Now a standard in the valve industry because of it's effectiveness, Carbon yarn end rings with die formed flexible graphite center rings

Braided Grafoil

Thermabriad   Temp: 1200 F Steam,  0-14 pH

A high temperature packing good for most applications. Now available in this braided version that eliminates the need for dies. Great for high temp or chemical applications (non-oxidizing) that can not leak. When you have to have the leak rate near that of a Mechanical Seal in a pump this is the packing to use.

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