A high temperature gasket is used for various high temperature and moderate pressure sealing applications. They are made out of graphite and phyllosilicate materials. The combination of these materials give these gaskets their high temperature and pressure resistant properties that makes them what they are. Due to these two properties, these gaskets are considered to be the most practical and popular choice for numerous industrial and commercial sealing applications.
The presence of phyllosilicate materials in a high temperature gasket gives it the impressive thermal capacity that it offers.
Engineered and built with various chemical compounds, high temperature gaskets also offer three main benefits that make them ideal and suitable for numerous operations.
- Incredible Flexibility - A high temperature gasket is designed and engineered to be elastic, flexible and easy to apply. Apart from its tensile strength, it also has a malleable quality to allow it to withstand pressure. It offers inflammability properties to complement its durability and malleability.
- Impressive Fire-Resistance - High temperature gaskets are infused with phyllosilicate materials to have a built-in fire-resistant quality, giving it the ability to endure chemical reactions resistant to combustion. These gaskets are also non-flammable and built to provide excellent insulation to the connection.
- Eco-Friendly Feature - Manufactured with environmentally safe materials, these high temperature gaskets are the best eco-friendly alternative to replace asbestos which presents various health hazards.
The best thing about a high temperature gasket is its ability to retain its function and do its job despite high-stress levels and temperature. At Fibrecast, we offer four types of high temperature gasket types: dye cut, tadpole, rope and CNC machines. Choose from materials such as silica, ceramic fiber paper and blankets, and rigid fiberboard. We manufacture our gaskets with the highest quality control standards and can customize them to meet your specific needs. For more information, contact us today at 905-319-1080!