KLINGERtop-sil-ML1 is a revolutionary multi-layered gasket material, based on a unique combination of synthetic fibres and special and standard elastomers, with outstanding resistance to ageing at high temperatures. The layers of the structure are characterized by the selection of elastomers. Since at least one of the layers contains a special elastomer, the decomposition and ageing processes associated with conventional fibre materials i.e., post curing, thermo-oxidative decomposition, degradation of the polymer chains etc. can be suppressed.
The multi-layer structure makes it possible to develop materials with new property profiles. The layers containing the special elastomers remain flexible over longer periods than standard materials, even at high temperatures, are therefore able to compensate for dynamic load fluctuations induced by the flange. This flexibility suppresses the creation of micro-crevices, which are responsible for gasket leakage. The layers containing standard elastomers are better able to resist deformation under load due to the formation of a denser network. The gasket
remains flexible but still retains its strength.
A key property of a gasket material in steam systems is the ability to remain flexible over the service life of the joint. Due to its excellent physical properties kept even at high temperatures the material can be applied to steam at temperatures up to 300 ° C.
- Designed for high temperatures, steam, oils and hydrocarbons
- Unique multilayer material designed for high temperature service.
- Outstanding resistance to steam.
- Available in sheet form and as cut gaskets
- Resistant to oils, fuels, hydrocarbons etc.
- WRAS approved for use in hot and cold potable water
- 3xA anti-stick finish on both sides
|Compressibility (ASTM F36J)||%||9|
|Recovery (ASTM F36J)||%||>50|
|Stress relaxation (DIN 52913)||50 MPa, 16 h/175°C||MPa||34|
|50 MPa, 16 h/300°C||28|
|Klinger hot/cold compression
||Decrease in thickness at 23°C||%||8|
|Decrease in thickness at 300°C||15|
|Gas leakage (DIN 3535/6)||ml/min||<0,1|
|Thickness increase after immersion in:
||Oil JRM 903: 5 h/150°C||%||4|
|Fuel B:5 h/23°C||8|
Diagram P - T (pressure - temperature)
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