Neoprene (CR-Chloroprene) Gasket Material

Neoprene, also known as CR-Chloroprene, is a high-performance synthetic rubber ideal for various industrial applications. It exhibits excellent resistance to moderate acids, alkalies, and salt solutions, making it a reliable choice for diverse environments. Neoprene also offers good resistance to commercial oils and fuels, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.

Key Features and Benefits:
Moderate Chemical Resistance: Effective against acids, alkalies, and salt solutions.
Durability: Provides long-lasting performance in various environments.
Temperature Range: Operates efficiently from -60°F to 250°F (-51°C to 121°C).

Choose Neoprene for applications requiring resilience and resistance to moderate chemicals, oils, and fuels, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.

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Buna-N (Nitrile Rubber) Gasket Material

Buna-N, also known as nitrile rubber, is a versatile synthetic rubber renowned for its excellent resistance to oils, solvents, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons, petroleum oils, and gasoline. Operating effectively across a wide temperature range of -60°F to 250°F (-51°C to 121°C), Buna-N is ideal for applications demanding durability and reliability.

Key Features and Benefits:
Superior Oil and Solvent Resistance: Ensures long-lasting performance in environments with exposure to oils and solvents.
Wide Temperature Range: Suitable for applications from -60°F to 250°F (-51°C to 121°C).
Durability: Offers robust and reliable performance, ensuring minimal maintenance and long service life.

Choose Buna-N for applications where superior oil and solvent resistance are crucial, ensuring long-lasting performance and reliability.



Neoprene (CR-Chloroprene) Gasket Material

Neoprene, also known as CR-Chloroprene, is a high-performance synthetic rubber ideal for various industrial applications. It exhibits excellent resistance to moderate acids, alkalies, and salt solutions, making it a reliable choice for diverse environments. Neoprene also offers good resistance to commercial oils and fuels, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.

Key Features and Benefits:
Moderate Chemical Resistance: Effective against acids, alkalies, and salt solutions.
Durability: Provides long-lasting performance in various environments.
Temperature Range: Operates efficiently from -60°F to 250°F (-51°C to 121°C).

Choose Neoprene for applications requiring resilience and resistance to moderate chemicals, oils, and fuels, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.



EPDM (Ethylene Propylene) Gasket Material

EPDM, or Ethylene Propylene, is a synthetic material celebrated for its superior resistance to strong acids, alkalies, salts, and chlorine solutions. This makes it an excellent choice for applications exposed to harsh chemical environments. EPDM's impressive temperature range of -70°F to 350°F (-57°C to 177°C) ensures reliable performance in both extreme cold and heat.

Key Features and Benefits:
Excellent Chemical Resistance: Withstands exposure to strong acids, alkalies, salts, and chlorine solutions.
Wide Temperature Range: Suitable for applications from -70°F to 350°F (-57°C to 177°C).
Durability: Offers exceptional longevity and performance in harsh environments.

Choose EPDM for your needs where resistance to aggressive chemicals and extreme temperatures is paramount, ensuring longevity and dependable performance.



Non-Asbestos General Service Sheet Gasket Material

This general service sheet gasket material is perfect for a wide range of applications. Made from a premium blend of high-quality fillers, aramid fibers, and nitrile binder, it stands out as a robust and reliable choice for various sealing needs.

Key Features and Benefits:
Excellent Sealing Ability: Ensures a tight, leak-proof seal in numerous applications.
Good Chemical Resistance: Withstands exposure to a Wide Range of chemicals, making it Suitable for diverse environments.
Creep Relaxation Minimization: Maintains its integrity and performance over time, even under constant pressure.
Great Recovery: Offers exceptional elasticity, allowing it to return to its original shape after deformation.

Choose this non-asbestos gasket material for a dependable, high-performance solution that excels in sealing, chemical resistance, and durability.



PTFE (Teflon®) Gasket Material

PTFE, commonly known as Teflon®, is a high-performance material renowned for its outstanding chemical resistance and durability. It excels in applications requiring robust protection against a wide range of chemicals, making it ideal for demanding industrial environments.

Key Features and Benefits:
Superior Chemical Resistance: Ensures reliability and longevity in various applications.
Wide Temperature Range: Operates efficiently from -328°F to 500°F (-200°C to 260°C).
Non-Stick Surface: Prevents material buildup, ensuring easy maintenance.

Opt for Teflon® gasket material when you need exceptional chemical resistance and temperature stability, ensuring optimal performance and durability in your applications.



Spiral Wound Gaskets

Spiral wound gaskets are highly versatile and can be fabricated in a variety of styles, sizes, and densities, using any available metal in thin strip form. This flexibility allows them to withstand virtually any corrosive medium, depending on the metal and filler chosen.

Key Features and Benefits:
Wide Temperature Range: Effective from cryogenic temperatures up to approximately 1500°F (815°C), and even up to 2000°F (1093°C) under certain conditions.
Universal Pressure Application: Suitable for all pressures, from vacuum conditions to standard 2500 pressure class flange ratings.
Corrosion Resistance: Highly resistant to corrosive media, tailored by the choice of metal and filler.

Opt for spiral wound gaskets from Ace Stainless Supply when you need reliable, high-performance sealing solutions that excel in diverse temperature and pressure environments, ensuring optimal performance and durability.



Fluorocarbon (Viton®) Gasket Material

Fluorocarbon elastomer, commonly known as Viton®, offers exceptional resistance to oils, fuels, chlorinated solvents, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, and strong acids. This makes it an excellent choice for applications demanding robust chemical resilience.

Key Features and Benefits:
Superior Chemical Resistance: Ensures reliability in harsh Chemical environments.
Wide Temperature Range: Performs reliably across a range of -15°F to 450°F (-26°C to 232°C).
Durability: Provides long-lasting performance in challenging conditions.

Choose Viton® for your applications requiring superior resistance to harsh chemicals and wide-ranging temperatures, ensuring optimal performance and durability.



**ASME B16.21**
Details the specifications for nonmetallic flat gaskets, including types, sizes, materials, dimensions, tolerances, and markings.

**ASME B16.47**
Outlines the standards for pipe flanges in sizes NPS 26 through NPS 60, covering pressure-temperature ratings, materials, dimensions, tolerances, marking, and testing. This standard includes flanges with rating class designations of 75, 150, 300, 400, 600, and 900, with requirements provided in both SI (Metric) and U.S. Customary units. Bolt diameters and flange bolt holes are specified in inch units.



Gasket Material Temperature Range (°F) Chemical Resistance Key Applications Practical Applications
Buna-N (Nitrile Rubber) -60 to 250 Oils, solvents, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons Oil and solvent resistant applications Automotive, fuel systems, oil seals
Neoprene (CR-Chloroprene) -60 to 250 Moderate acids, alkalies, salt solutions, commercial oils Industrial applications with moderate chemical exposure HVAC systems, refrigeration, general industrial sealing
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene) -70 to 350 Strong acids, alkalies, salts, chlorine solutions Harsh chemical environments Water treatment, automotive cooling systems, outdoor equipment
Non-Asbestos -100 to 500 Wide range of chemicals General sealing needs Plumbing, machinery, equipment maintenance
PTFE (Teflon®) -328 to 500 Most chemicals Demanding industrial environments with chemical exposure Chemical processing, food industry, pharmaceuticals
Spiral Wound Cryogenic to 2000 Corrosive media (depends on metal and filler) Wide temperature and pressure conditions Petrochemical, power generation, refineries
Fluorocarbon (Viton®) -15 to 450 Oils, fuels, chlorinated solvents, aliphatic/aromatic hydrocarbons, strong acids Harsh chemical environments with high temperature needs Aerospace, chemical processing, fuel systems

Note: The service and usability above is strictly a reference. For specific pressure, temperature, and media applications, please contact an Ace expert at dealer@acestainless.com or 1.714.540.1679.

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