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Type: Customized molding Gasket

 

Color and size: Different sizes can be produced according to your drawings and sample.

 

Packing: Plastic bag; Outer Packing:Carton

 

Material : NBR, EPDM, Nitrile, Silicone, Viton etc.

Abiding by quality focused approaches, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying premium quality Rubber Gasket. To meet the varied requirements of patrons, we provide the offered wiper seals with metal as well as without metal, different sizes. Moreover, we provide the offered wiper seals as per the details specified by patrons to ensure their maximum satisfaction.

 

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Gaskets and seals are an integral part of industrial machines. Without effective gaskets and seals, high-pressure systems are impossible to achieve. Selecting the right material for industrial system gaskets is both an art and a science – there are trade-offs to consider and make between variables such as softness versus hardness, resilience versus stiffness, high temperature versus low temperature, and performance versus cost.

At 360 Industrial Products, we offer gaskets for industrial systems that are manufactured from a variety of materials. Some of the more popular materials and their advantages are discussed below.

Nitrile Rubber Gaskets:

Gaskets made from nitrile (Buna N) rubber are used widely. Nitrile rubber gaskets perform well in many industry. These gaskets have excellent resistance to oil, have a practical temperature service range, resistance to oxidation and aging, and generally cost less than gaskets made from more advanced elastomers.

 

Fluoroelastomers (Viton®) Gaskets:

Viton® is a brand of fluoroelastomer (FKM) developed by DuPont. It is often used to fabricate gaskets for applications where high reliability is desired, Viton® possesses good heat resistance characteristics. And is impervious to attack by many chemicals. While gaskets made from Viton® may be more expensive than those made from some other materials, the higher initial cost is often more than offset by the longer gasket life cycle.

PTFE Gaskets:

PTFE gaskets are widely used in hydraulic systems as well as in pumps, valves, and flanged joints in piping and transfer equipment. These gaskets have a very low coefficient of friction, low creep, and an ability to service a wide range of operating temperatures, from -400°F to 500°F. A key advantage of PTFE gasket material is that is among the most chemically resistant materials known. The ability to resist chemical attack makes PTFE gaskets an excellent choice for many systems applications.

 

Polyurethane Gaskets:

Polyurethane gaskets combine the advantages of rubber and plastic. These gaskets resist abrasion and combine hardness with resiliency and excellent dynamic load-bearing capacity. Because they combine plasticizers with rubber, these gaskets tend to out-wear most standard rubber gaskets when place in power systems.

 

EPDM Gaskets:

EPDM is an acronym for the ethylene-propylene-diene monomer. Ethylene and propylene are hydrocarbons and gases at room temperature, yet combine to make solid polymers like polyethylene and polypropylene. By adjusting the proportions and controlling the polymerization process it’s possible to create long molecular chains with more rubbery properties. That’s EPDM.

Sometimes referred to just as EPM, EPDM is a very stable material that resists heat, oxidation, and the aging effects of ultraviolet light.

 

Silicone Gaskets:

Silicone is soft and elastic, which makes it a good choice in many gasket applications. Silicon and silicone are closely related. Silicon is a naturally-occurring element while silicone is a polymer that combines silicon atoms with those of oxygen and the H3C hydrocarbon compound.

─ Low toxicity, making it useful for food and medical applications

─ Resists degradation by ultraviolet light (sunlight)

─ Low electrical conductivity

─ Repels water

─ Ozone resistant

─ Retains its flexibility over a temperature range of -94 to +392°F


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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
SizeAs per client requirement
ColorBlack
MaterialNitrile
Density1.2 g/cm 3
Elongation600% max
Hardness40 to 85 Shore
Packaging TypeCartons Boxes, Packet, Polybag
Temperature-30 degree F to 250 degree F (34 degree C to 120 degree C)
Tensile StrengthDepend upon the material
Tolerance200-3000 P.S.I

When working with a gearbox, a pump, or part of a fuel system, it’s essential to select a gasket material with resistance to hydrocarbons. Mineral and vegetable oils, along with diesel, gasoline and similar fuels, attack many materials, causing them to swell or break down. The notable exception is nitrile rubber. Nitrile rubber gaskets, often referred to as Buna-N or NBR gaskets, offer excellent resistance to oil.

Gaskets made from nitrile (Buna N) rubber are used widely in hydraulic systems. Nitrile rubber gaskets perform well in many hydraulic systems. These gaskets have excellent resistance to oil, have a practical temperature service range, resistance to oxidation and aging, and generally cost less than gaskets made from more advanced elastomers

Nitrile Rubber Chemistry

Nitrile rubber is made from a blend of acrylonitrile (chemical formula C3H3N) and butadiene (C4H6.) Each component is mixed with water as an emulsion before being combined in a polymerization reaction. This makes the carbon (C) and hydrogen (H) atoms form into long chains that tangle round another to form a rubbery compound.

Increasing the proportion of acrylonitrile makes the rubber stronger and reduces its gas permeability. The trade-off is that it results in a rubber that’s stiffer at low temperatures.

Rubber and Swelling

Most rubber absorbs oil and swells up in size. This is a problem in gaskets used in gearboxes and engines because it can lead to leaks. However, acrylonitrile reduces this tendency. So the greater the proportion of acrylonitrile used in the nitrile rubber formulation the less it will swell.

When and When Not to use Nitrile Gaskets

Good applications are those where peak temperatures are moderate and there’s exposure to oils. However, nitrile rubber does not hold up well to ozone and oxygen, so should not be used in places where these are present. Water purification equipment is one such location.


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TemperatureDepend upon the material
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Gaskets are part of every boiler and steam or hot water system. They’re used around the many handholes and manholes provided for access and inspection, to prevent leaks in exhaust ducting, and wherever pipes are joined. If a boiler gasket fails the consequences are usually serious. Hot water, steam, or exhaust gas leaks are dangerous and reduced efficiency increases operating costs. That’s why safety experts recommend boiler gaskets be inspected regularly and replaced every year.

Boiler Basics:

Every boiler consists of a burner or heating element and some form of heat exchanger. Water, often chemically treated to prevent corrosion, enters the heat exchanger and is heated to a target temperature. In a steam-producing boiler temperatures and pressures can exceed 380°F and 180PSI.

Exhaust gases go up a flue and steam or hot water enter the piping system. In steam systems the vapor condenses as it cools and the condensate returns to the boiler to be reused. Condensing boilers tend to produce a corrosive condensate, (actually carbonic acid,) in the exhaust stack.

Boiler Maintenance:

Shutting down a boiler is expensive and disruptive, so it’s always better done as part of scheduled maintenance rather than in response to a leak. Most boilers benefit from an annual inspection and clean. Removing accumulated soot and scale improves efficiency and components should be checked for correct operation. As that involves opening handholes and manholes, it’s also a good opportunity to replace gaskets, even if they show no sign of leaks. (And never reuse a gasket as that could lead to an unplanned shutdown!)

Boiler Gasket Materials:

On the fire side of the boiler gasketing is usually done with fiberglass rope or tape. This can handle temperatures of more than 1,000°F. Another option is graphite foil, often formed into a spiral wound gasket for sealing flanges.

On the water side the primary consideration is tolerance to steam. Secondary requirements are good tensile strength, (to resist the internal pressures,) and resistance to corrosive acids and water treatment chemicals. Heat and oxygen tend to oxidize many elastomeric gasket materials, and this should also be considered when selecting boiler gaskets.

All-in-all, the water side environment usually leads to EPDM gaskets. They have a wide temperature range, good compressibility, and the excellent steam resistance that’s needed.

Boiler Gasket Selection:

Downtime is expensive, so it’s important to ensure the new gaskets will provide at least 3 months of trouble-free service. Boiler gaskets should be selected based first on performance and secondly, on ease of installation and replacement. A well-made gasket will fit comfortably, providing good coverage of the mating surfaces. Contact a 360 Industrial Products Co. specialist today to ask what’s recommended for your boiler


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Tensile StrengthDepend upon the material
ColorAs per client requirement

Gaskets and seals are an integral part of hydraulic (sometimes known as fluid power) systems. Without effective gaskets and seals, high-pressure systems are impossible to achieve. Selecting the right material for hydraulic system gaskets is both an art and a science – there are trade-offs to consider and make between variables such as softness versus hardness, resilience versus stiffness, high temperature versus low temperature, and performance versus cost.

At 360 Industrial Products, we offer gaskets for hydraulic systems that are manufactured from a variety of materials. Some of the more popular materials and their advantages are discussed below.

 

Nitrile Rubber Gaskets for Hydraulic Systems: 

Gaskets made from nitrile (Buna N) rubber are used widely in hydraulic systems. Nitrile rubber gaskets perform well in many hydraulic systems. These gaskets have excellent resistance to oil, have a practical temperature service range, resistance to oxidation and aging, and generally cost less than gaskets made from more advanced elastomers.

 

Fluoroelastomers (Viton®) Gaskets for Hydraulic Systems: 

Viton® is a brand of fluoroelastomer (FKM) developed by DuPont. It is often used to fabricate gaskets for applications where high reliability is desired, Viton® possesses good heat resistance characteristics. And is impervious to attack by many chemicals. While gaskets made from Viton® may be more expensive than those made from some other materials, the higher initial cost is often more than offset by the longer gasket life cycle.

 

PTFE Gaskets for Hydraulic Systems:

PTFE gaskets are widely used in hydraulic systems as well as in pumps, valves, and flanged joints in piping and transfer equipment. These gaskets have a very low coefficient of friction, low creep, and an ability to service a wide range of operating temperatures, from -400°F to 500°F. A key advantage of PTFE gasket material is that is among the most chemically resistant materials known. The ability to resist chemical attack makes PTFE gaskets an excellent choice for many hydraulic systems applications.

 

Polyurethane Gaskets for Hydraulic Systems: 

Polyurethane gaskets combine the advantages of rubber and plastic. These gaskets resist abrasion and combine hardness with resiliency and excellent dynamic load-bearing capacity. Because they combine plasticizers with rubber, these gaskets tend to out-wear most standard rubber gaskets when place in hydraulic power systems.

 

EPDM Gaskets for Hydraulic Systems: 

EPDM is an acronym for the ethylene-propylene-diene monomer. Ethylene and propylene are hydrocarbons and gases at room temperature, yet combine to make solid polymers like polyethylene and polypropylene. By adjusting the proportions and controlling the polymerization process it’s possible to create long molecular chains with more rubbery properties. That’s EPDM.

Sometimes referred to just as EPM, EPDM is a very stable material that resists heat, oxidation, and the aging effects of ultraviolet light.

 

Silicone Gaskets for Hydraulic Systems: 

Silicone is soft and elastic, which makes it a good choice in many gasket applications. Silicon and silicone are closely related. Silicon is a naturally-occurring element while silicone is a polymer that combines silicon atoms with those of oxygen and the H3C hydrocarbon compound.

¿¿¿ Low toxicity, making it useful for food and medical applications

¿¿¿ Resists degradation by ultraviolet light (sunlight)

¿¿¿ Low electrical conductivity

¿¿¿ Repels water

¿¿¿ Ozone resistant

 

¿¿¿ Retains its flexibility over a temperature range of -94 to +392°F


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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
SizeAs per client requirement
MaterialEPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer)
Hardness40 to 85 Shore
Density1.10 g/cm 3
Elongation600% Maximum
Packaging TypeCartons Boxes, Polybag, Packet
Shore Hardness40 to 80 Shore
Temperature-20 degree F to 350 degree F (-29 degree C to 177 degree C)
Tensile Strength500-2500 P.S.I.
Tolerance+0.5 mm or -0.5 mm

When buying elastomeric material to seal joint many people go straight for neoprene gaskets. Neoprene works well in many applications, but there are cases where other materials will perform better. One such material that should be considered for outdoor use, or situations where abrasive wear is possible, is EPDM.

EPDM is rubber-like in appearance and properties, so good compressibility and recovery is a hallmark of EPDM gasket material. Like all gasket materials though, it has strengths and weaknesses. This overview should help prospective buyers decide whether to consider EPDM gaskets.

Chemistry and properties

EPDM is an acronym for the ethylene-propylene-diene monomer. Ethylene and propylene are hydrocarbons and gases at room temperature, yet combine to make solid polymers like polyethylene and polypropylene. By adjusting the proportions and controlling the polymerization process it’s possible to create long molecular chains with more rubbery properties. That’s EPDM.

Sometimes referred to just as EPM, EPDM is a very stable material that resists heat, oxidation, and the aging effects of ultraviolet light. Unlike many other elastomers it’s flexible at low temperatures, and depending on how it’s formulated, works over a range of -60°F to 300°F.

EPDM has good mechanical properties too. Tensile strength is in the range of 7 to 21 Mpa, which is higher than other elastomers like silicone (5 – 10 MPa), nitrile (12 – 15 MPa) and neoprene (5 – 8 MPa). It’s also resistant to abrasive wear, which can’t be said for silicone.

In terms of chemical resistance, EPDM holds up well to acids and alkalies and is a good choice when dealing with both brake fluids and ketones. It also has good resistance to steam. Where it fares less well is against hydrocarbon oils and petroleum products as these produce swelling.

EPDM gasket applications

Relatively immune to sunlight, water, and low temperatures, EPDM is often a smart choice for gaskets that will be outside. Good compression set resistance means it recovers well in applications where a joint may open up from time to time, and high electrical resistance means EPDM gaskets may be appropriate for some electrical installations.

A silicone competitor

In the gasket, world silicone is known as a high-performance material with a wide temperature range and good flexibility. In many applications though, an EPDM gasket could be a more cost-effective choice. Its temperature range is almost as wide and it’s a stronger, more durable material.

Consult the materials specialists

EPDM is available in a wide range of formulations with properties that vary considerably. To get a better understanding of EPDM gasket material options for your application a discussion with the specialists at 360 Industrial Products. is recommended. Contact us today.


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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece Onwd
SizeAs per client requirement
Tensile Strength125 - 6000 psi
WeightDepend upon the size
Temperature-100 degree F to +400 degree F (-73 degree C to 204 degree C).
Density2.2 g cm3
MaterialPTFE
ColorAs per client requirement

Polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE, has a number of properties that make it an excellent choice for a food grade gasket. At the atomic level, it consists of a long chain of carbon atoms, each one of which links to two fluorine atoms. This linkage is so strong that PTFE won’t bond to anything else, hence its non-stick properties.

PTFE doesn’t melt until 635°F and is usable at temperatures up to 260°F. At lower temperatures it remains flexible well below freezing, as low as -100°F or even lower, depending on the formulation. It’s also a good electrical insulator. Of particular relevance for food industry gasket applications, it doesn’t absorb water and it’s biologically inert. It does, however, resist attack by almost all chemicals, including aggressive cleaning and disinfecting agents like chlorine dioxide.

PTFE Seal Alternatives

Other materials have properties that are close or superior to PTFE in some regards. Silicone, for example, is flexible at low temperature, has good compressibility and a higher upper-temperature limit. However, silicone does not fare well with steam, which is found in many food preparation environments. It also lacks resistance to acids, alkalies, and chlorinated solvents so are limited in its potential as a food grade gasket.

 


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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity10 Unit
SizeAs per client requirement
Density0.980 to 2.95 g/cm 3
ColorRed, Orange, Black, Transparent & White.
MaterialSilicone
Tolerance+0.5 or -0.5
Elongation700% max
Hardness35 to 80 Shore
Temperature-50 degree C to 250 degree C (-60 degree F to 480 degree F)
Tensile Strength550 to 1380 psi

What a difference an “e” makes! Silicon is the material of electronics. It’s hard and brittle and makes lousy gaskets. Silicone, on the other hand, is soft and elastic, which makes it a good choice in many gasket applications. Here’s what makes this polysiloxane material so useful.

Basic Chemistry

Silicon and silicone are closely related. Silicon is a naturally-occurring element while silicone is a polymer that combines silicon atoms with those of oxygen and the H3C hydrocarbon compound. The result is a soft, plastic-like material that springs back after being compressed.

More Silicone Properties

In addition to compressibility, other useful features of silicone include:

  • Poor adhesion, so it doesn’t mark surfaces
  • Low toxicity, making it useful for food and medical applications
  • Resists degradation by ultraviolet light (sunlight)
  • Low electrical conductivity
  • Repels water
  • Ozone resistant
  • Retains its flexibility over a temperature range of -94 to +392°F

These properties make silicone gaskets a good choice in a range of food, medical and electrical applications. It won’t taint foods and it handles a wider temperature range than many other gasket materials.

Silicone Weaknesses

In some regards, silicone performs less well as a gasket material than the alternatives. Some others have higher strength and better compression set recovery for instance. It’s also attacked by hydrocarbons like most oils and fuels, and resistance to acids and alkalines is poor. In short, unless you need the special properties of silicone there may be better alternatives.


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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece Onwd
SizeAs per client requirement
ThicknessAs per client requirement
Tensile Strength0.862 - 41.4 MPa
Temperature-50 degree C to 204 degree C (100 degree F to 400 degree F)
Density2.2 g/cm3
MaterialPTFE, EPDM, Neoprene, Viton, Nitrile.
PTFE ENVELOPE GASKET

 

A PTFE envelope gasket is a composed gasket. The product consists of an envelope of PTFE with an inlay. The envelope gasket is mainly applied as a flange gasket in applications where a high chemical and high-pressure resistance is required. 

  PROPERTIES OF A PTFE ENVELOPE GASKET

 

Envelope gaskets have the chemical resistance of PTFE, but the strength and resilience of the inlay material. PTFE envelope gaskets combine the benefits of different materials:

·         Good chemical resistance.

·         Wide temperature range. This depends both on the envelope as the inlay material.

·         Good pressure resistance, depending on the choice of the inlay material.

  APPLICATIONS OF THE PTFE ENVELOPE GASKET

In a chemically aggressive environment, where pollution of the medium is not allowed, it is complicated to apply a standard gasket. Here PTFE envelope gaskets are applied as flange gaskets. For example, in the (petrol) chemical industry, and in the process industry.

The envelope gaskets are also ideal for application in the food industry. PTFE is physiologically inert and may be used in direct contact with food.


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Tensile StrengthDepend upon the material
MaterialAs per client requirement
TemperatureDepend upon the material
ColorAs per client requirement

If flange faces were perfectly smooth no one would need gaskets. Once the faces were bolted together there’d be no leak paths and the joint would seal perfectly. Fortunately for those selling gaskets and gasket materials, perfection is impossible, at a reasonable price anyway. As a result, it’s important to insert some compressible material, or as we like to say, “a gasket”, between the flange faces. This seals surface imperfections and resists internal pressure, ensuring the joint stays leak-free. 

 

Uneven Loading:

When flanges are bolted together the resulting load on the gasket material is uneven. The outer edges of each flange bend inwards towards the pipe centerline, putting more load on the outer edges of the gasket. As a result, the material compresses more at the outside diameter than at the inside.

The load on a gasket is referred to as the gasket sealing stress. Higher load equates to higher gasket stress. Uneven gasket stress is a bad thing, primarily because more creep relaxation is experienced where the load is higher. Especially when coupled with high internal pressures, temperature cycling, and vibration, this leads to reduced service life and higher maintenance costs.

 

Achieving Uniform Sealing Stress:

Gaskets are available which even-out the sealing stress. These are sold as “constant sealing stress gaskets”. They work by placing an incompressible metal annulus, (usually steel,) between the flanges. This creates a minimum gap either side of the annulus, which is then filled with compressible gasket material.

The gasket material, typically PTFE, expanded graphite or vermiculite, is layered onto a metal backing thinner than the main annulus. As the flanges are brought together the gasket material compresses, but only until the flanges close up on the annulus. This prevents uneven sealing stress and results in longer joint life.

 

Sealing Problem Joints:

When replacing a failed gasket examine it carefully for signs of uneven compression. If it looks like the outer edges suffered excessive compression, consider replacing it with a constant sealing stress gasket. The material specialists at 360 Industrial Products Co. can help you understand your options.

 


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Neoprene, which is also known as “polychloroprene,” is a type of synthetic rubber produced by the polymerization of chloroprene. Neoprene gasket material has become very common due to the fact that it resists the likes of ozone, sunlight, oxidation, and many petroleum derivatives. Additionally, neoprene is characterized as being weather-, combustion-, water- and chemical-resistant. As you can see, it’s popular because it is resistant to many types of damages. What’s more, it’s also resistant to damage from twisting and flexing.

Here’s a closer look at the properties of neoprene so you can judge whether or not it’s a good material for your application:

  • Stretch and cushioning properties: Neoprene is elastic and form-fitting, able to conform to various sizes and shapes. It’s also cushioning, able to absorb shock.
  • Various grades available: From cloth inserted neoprene, which is reinforced with nylon for additional stability, to flame retardant neoprene, which passes a variety of flammability specifications, there are several grades available to suit any application. Other popular grades include commercial, FDA approved, diaphragm and high tensile strength.
  • General gauge thicknesses vary in size from 3/32-inch up to 2 inches.
  • Hardness ratings vary from 40 to 80.
  • Plate finish.
  • Neoprene can withstand temperatures ranging from -20 degrees F to 180 degrees F.
  • Tensile strength ranges from 900 to 1,000 PSI.
  • Elongation ranges from 350% to 400%.
  • Finally, widths are 36 inches, 48 inches or 72 inches.
  • Pressure sensitive adhesive, or PSA, are available upon request.
  • We fabricate neoprene gaskets through proven manufacturing processes that include waterjet cutting, flash cutting and die to cut.

One other neat feature about neoprene is that it’s impermeable, meaning that it can work as a tight barrier to prevent the escaping of gases or liquids.

For more information on the neoprene material and neoprene gaskets, and to speak with someone about placing an order, contact us today.


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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
SizeAs per client requirement
Hardness40 to 85 Shore
Density1.23 g/cm3
Temperature10 degree F to 250 degree F (-12 degree C to 121 degree C)
Tensile Strength500-3000 PSI
Elongation600% max
MaterialNeoprene
ColorBack

Neoprene is a synthetic polymer that resembles rubber, but as a derivative of chloroprene, it is far more durable in extreme temperatures, when exposed to oils and several chemicals, and it endures harsh weather conditions. But not all Neoprene gaskets are created equal—there are several variations or “grades” of neoprene. Each grade of neoprene gasket has its ideal application depending on factors such as temperature and pressure tolerances, the environment where it will be used, etc:

  • Commercial Grade Neoprene—15-50% Neoprene mixed with other elastomers; this blend is fine for general commercial gasket applications, but not in situations where high oil resistance is necessary.
  • Medium Grade Neoprene—51%+ Neoprene content; also suitable for many general manufacturing applications where a lower tensile strength will suffice.
  • High-Grade Neoprene—100% Neoprene is extremely resilient in the harshest, most demanding environments while maintaining its resiliency, abrasion resistance, and tensile strength.
  • FDA Neoprene—A mixture of Neoprene and other FDA-improved materials; gaskets made from this grade are used in the food industry, but also in many government-approved and military applications where oil resistance is key.
  • PSA Ready Neoprene—Available upon request, this Neoprene has one side with a matte finish and is designed to be used with pressure sensitive adhesives.
  • Nylon Cloth Inserted Neoprene—This grade is reinforced with one or two layers of nylon; good for improved creep reduction and stability.
  • Diaphragm Neoprene—Polyester insertions improve performance under high-pressure applications requiring high levels of oil and petroleum resistance.
  • Flame Resistant Neoprene—Especially useful in potentially flammable, electric and high-heat applications, it passes the following flammability specifications: UL-94-HF-1, UL-94-HFB, MIL-R-6130C, FMVSS-302.

These grades vary in durometer ratings between 40, 50, 60, 70 and 80, can withstand temperatures between -20F to +180°F and come in sheets with several widths and thicknesses that can be cut (waterjet, flash and die cut) to exact specifications from your blueprints, or even reverse engineered.

Please contact 360 Industrial Products if you have any questions about the different grades of neoprene that might best fit your application. We can custom manufacture any neoprene gasket you need to the most accurate specs possible.


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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
Density1,90 g/cm3
Elongation300% max
Packaging TypePacket, Polybag, Cartons Boxes
Shore Hardness50 to 90
Temperature-23 degree C to 315 degree C (-10 degree F to 600 degree F)
Tensile Strength6 Mpa
Tolerance+0.5 to -0.5 mm

Viton is one of the more exotic gasket materials. It’s actually a form of synthetic rubber known as a fluoroelastomer and referred to in ASTM D1418 terminology as “FKM”. Whether FKM or Viton, gaskets made from this material have an impressive range of properties. It's a downside is that the material itself is expensive. That’s why custom Viton gaskets are held in reserve for the most challenging sealing applications.

 

Key Properties

Gasket materials need good compression set resistance, (the ability to spring back or recover when a load is taken off,) a wide temperature range, and good chemical resistance. FKM performs exceptionally well in regard to all of these.

The ASTM D2000 standard for classifying elastomers grades FKM as HK. The “H” indicates its performance deteriorates only slightly after prolonged exposure to temperatures of 250°C (480°F), (and it still functions at 300°C (570°F).) At the other end of the temperature scale, FKM can still provide effective sealing at -40°C (-40°F).

The “K” in the ASTM grade describes resistance to swelling. “K” is the lowest possible rating, meaning FKM swells less than almost any other elastomeric material. (For comparison, SBR is typically graded as “AA”.)

As regards other aspects of chemical resistance, FKM withstands ozone, hydrocarbon lubricating oils, and typical automotive fuels. Where it performs less well is against strong acids, alkalies, and ketones.

 

Good Applications for FKM

FKM is used extensively in the aerospace industry, to an extent in automotive applications, and more prosaically, around freezer doors. It’s UV resistance also makes it a good choice in situations of prolonged exposure to sunlight.

One consideration when comparing FKM gaskets with less costly alternatives is the cost of gasket replacement. As FKM holds up so much better to harsh conditions it often lasts several times longer than other gasket materials. Thus FKM can pay for itself by reducing maintenance costs.

 

Choices

The names Viton and FKM both describe a family of fluoroelastomers, rather than just one material. There are variations in properties between the different grades. Before ordering Viton gasket material consult a product specialist to determine which grade might be most appropriate for your application.


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Minimum Order Quantity50 Piece
SizeAs per client requirement
MaterialHydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber (HNBR)
Temperature-25 degree C to 100 degree C
Tolerance+0.5 to -0.5 mm
Density1.23 g/cm3
Elongation215% max
Packaging TypePacket, Cartons Boxes, Polybag
Shore Hardness45 to 85
Tensile Strength21.7 N/mm2

Hydrogenated Acrylonitrile-Butadiene Rubber commonly referred to as HNBR. Good physical characteristics and chemical resistance to the most common hydraulic fluids makes HNBR excellent sealing material.

Rubber compounds mixed with hydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber and highly saturated nitrile (HSN) rubber are known for strength and retention of properties after exposure to heat, oil, weathering, and many industrial chemicals. HNBR delivers resistance to oil, gas, and steam that is superior to standard nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) and other polymers.

 

HNBR properties:

HNBR can be used from -40° to 165°C with minimal degradation over long periods. These improved properties in HNBR rubber result from hydrogenating NBR to increase the butadiene saturation of the carbon polymer foundation.

HNBR typically has poor electrical and flame resistance. It is also attacked by aromatic oils and polar organic solvents.

 

HNBR Applications:

Applications for HNBR include automotive seals, hoses and synchronous timing belts; seals and other components for manufacturing and oil field exploration; roller coverings for steel and paper mills and other situations calling for a high-performance elastomeric compound.

Compounding HNBR successfully requires excellent control of the manufacturing process. Preferred can produce HNBR compounds in sheets, slab, strip and calendared.

 


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