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GRAPHITE LAMINATES

Gaskets on the basis of graphite are suitable for temperatures between -200°C and up to 460°C, and offer resistance against a broad range of chemicals. Equipped with an anti-stick finish specifically developed for this purpose, KLINGER® graphite-based gasket materials are easy to remove from the flange – even after exposure to elevated temperatures.

GRAPHITE SEALS AND RINGS

COVER PLATE SEALS/PRESSURE SEALS

Cover plate seals are used as self-sealing gaskets, mean­ing that the sealing force does not come from bolts but from the internal pressure.

These seals are designed for high pressure applications where the internal pressure within the equipment provides the required compressive forces on the gasket to achieve a positive seal. Flexible graphite is primarily used as a base material which is then compressed in a die to a specific density. Extrusion of the graphite can be prevented by installing formed or machined stainless steel caps to the edges of the seal.

These seals are generally rectangular in cross section shape, but can also be manufactured with bevelled edges on either the inside or outside diameters.

Availability

  • Plain graphite
  • With formed stainless steel caps
  • With machined stainless steel caps

DIE-FORMED GRAPHITE RINGS - K35

A sealing solution for high performance valve applications which require excellent pressure and temperature characteristics.

  • The material has excellent thermal conductivity and thermal resistance.
  • Can be used with braided header and footer rings for high pressure applications.
  • K35 die-formed rings/seals are unaffected by fluctuations during application, such as thermal cycling.

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