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Fiber based gaskets

Fiber-based gasket materials are sealing materials made from natural or synthetic fibers, typically combined with elastomers or binders, to create reliable and cost-effective gaskets. These gaskets are used to prevent leakage between two mating surfaces in a wide range of industrial applications.

 

Key characteristics of fiber-based gasket materials include:

  1. Composition: Fiber-based gasket materials can be composed of materials such as cellulose, aramid, fiberglass, mineral fibers, or a combination of these, depending on the specific requirements of the application.

  2. Compressibility: These gasket materials exhibit excellent compressibility, allowing them to conform to irregularities on the mating surfaces, ensuring a tight seal.

  3. Temperature and Pressure Range: Fiber-based gasket materials offer varying degrees of resistance to temperature and pressure, making them suitable for different operating conditions.

  4. Chemical Compatibility: The choice of fiber materials and binders can provide resistance to specific chemicals and fluids, enhancing the gasket's compatibility with the intended application.

  5. Versatility: Fiber-based gasket materials are versatile and find application in industries such as automotive, manufacturing, power generation, and more.

  6. Economical: Compared to some specialty gasket materials, fiber-based gasket materials are generally more economical, making them a popular choice for various sealing needs.

  7. Easy Installation: These gaskets are relatively easy to cut and install, reducing downtime during assembly or maintenance.

  8. Non-asbestos Alternatives: Asbestos-free fiber-based gasket materials are increasingly used due to environmental and health concerns associated with traditional asbestos-containing gaskets.

Fiber-based gasket materials provide a reliable and effective solution for sealing connections in a wide array of applications, offering a balance of performance and cost-effectiveness.

Material selection 

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KLINGERSIL® C4240

NBR (drinking water type) bonded, reinforced with cellulose fibers.

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KLINGERSIL® C4300

Aramid fibers bonded with NBR.

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KLINGERSIL® C4324

Combination of synthetic high performance fibers, bonded with NBR.

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KLINGERSIL® C4400

Aramid fibers, bonded with NBR.

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KLINGERSIL® C4408

Aramid fibers, bonded with NBR.

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KLINGERSIL® C4409

Synthetic fibers bonded with NBR.

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KLINGERSIL® C4430

Aramid fiber and fiberglass reinforced with a nitrile binder

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KLINGERSIL® C4500

Carbon fibers and special heat-resistant additives, bonded with NBR.

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KLINGERSIL® C4509

Carbon fibers and special high temperature-resistant additives bonded with NBR.

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KLINGER® Quantum

High-quality fiber and filler compound bonded in a high-temperature resistant HNBR-Matrix

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KLINGER® top-sil ML1

Synthetic fibers and elastomers, bonded in a multi-layer structure

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KLINGER® top-graph 2000

Graphite and synthetic fibers, bonded with NBR

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PLANIFLEX® PF64

Aramid fibres, inert filler and NBR binder

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PLANIFLEX® PF13

Aramid fibres and CSM binder

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PLANIFLEX® PF81

Aramid fibres, inert filler, graphite and NBR binder.

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PLANIFLEX® PF41

Organic fiber NBR binder.

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