Industrial Gaskets & Seals
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Frequently Asked Questions
Industrial gaskets and seals are used to prevent leaks or provide a barrier between two surfaces in various applications, such as piping, machinery, and equipment.
Industrial gaskets and seals can be made of various materials, such as rubber, silicone, cork, paper, metal, and composite materials, depending on the specific application requirements.
The right industrial gasket or seal can be chosen based on factors such as the operating temperature, pressure, and chemical compatibility, as well as the size and shape of the surfaces to be sealed.
There are various types of industrial gaskets and seals, including sheet gaskets, spiral wound gaskets, ring gaskets, and O-rings, as well as U-cups and Vee packing for sealing pistons and cylinders.
Gaskets are used to provide a static seal between two surfaces, while seals are used to prevent fluid or gas from leaking through a moving joint, such as a piston or valve.
Garlock sealing is a type of gasket and sealing technology that uses a proprietary material and design to provide superior sealing performance in high-temperature, high-pressure, and corrosive environments.
The shelf life of industrial gaskets and seals can vary depending on the material and storage conditions. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for storage and handling to ensure the gaskets and seals remain in good condition.
Proper installation and maintenance are important for ensuring the effectiveness and longevity of industrial gaskets and seals. This may include using the correct torque specifications, inspecting for wear and damage, and replacing gaskets and seals as needed.