Rubber Gasket Sheet

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Rubber Gasket Sheet

Rubber Gasket Sheet

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Color Black
Pattern Plain
Brand PS Gasket Industries
Thickness 2-10mm
Material Rubber
Rs. 80

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Description : Gaskets are used in a wide variety of applications in a diverse range of environments, so factors like those listed above must be accounted for. Gasket types include o-rings, which are the most common type of gasket made of synthetic rubber, and account for a large portion of rubber gasket use. However, many other basic gasket seals are made out of rubber for commercial and industrial use on pipes, wood, and other applications. These gaskets can perform well with other rubber materials, various kinds of metal and even wood. Sealant must be incorporated to ensure a solid seal. Nitrile rubber, or Buna-N, is a general purpose rubber with a good temperature range (-65 to 300 degrees F). It has good wear resistance and will not easily crack.Ethylene Propylene (EPR) works well with hydraulic fluids that are corrosive and dangerous when exposed to human skin. Because of its high resistance to corrosive fluids, it is generally well-suited to applications that experience some amount of contact with other types of liquidsFluorocarbon, often sold under the trade name Viton, is another all purpose rubber that has a higher temperature range than nitrile rubber. It can be used in many diverse applications such as oils, fluids and gases, as well as certain types of acids. Neoprene has a low temperature range and can be used in applications where temperatures dip as low as -65 degrees F. For this reason, it is often used with refrigerants in refrigeration and air conditioner units. Unfortunately, neoprene sometimes features lead components. For that reason it is important to take precautions when handling or using neoprene to prevent human health issues.Polyurethane is another rubber with a low temperature limit, although it has worse upper echelon heat resistance capability than neoprene. It is used in some of the coldest environments because even when chilled or frozen it will not grow brittle and tear or crack. Silicone is typically used for extreme temperatures, but it does not perform well in applications that require extreme tear resistance or much movement and pressure