Filling Material
GINSEAL die-formed / molded graphite rings are manufactured from an extensive range of existing tooling. New costomized tooling to meet specific customer requirements and to ensure on time delivery , normally in a range of densities from 1.2 g /cm³ to 1.8 g / cm³ with Carbon content ranging from 99% to 99.85% Corrosion and oxidation resistant grades and PTFE impregnated grades are also supplied. Self-adhesive graphite tape is upon request.
Description

Die-formed Graphite Ring
Item No.: JSP-DF10
Die-formed graphite rings are made from permanently elastic,
expanded graphite (purity >99.85 %) without binders or fillers. Therefore
this profile rings are almost maintenance free, for severe temperature
changes and /or extreme temperatures. The packing is a standard
solution for all media in nearly all large and small boiler installations.


Operating range
Pressure:
p (valves) = max. 800 bar (valves),
p (fans) = 10 bar
Sliding velocity:
vg (valves) = 2 m/s
vg (fans) = 10 m/s
Temperature: t = -200 °C ... +500 °C, steam: +550 °C, inert ambience:
3,000 °C
Chemical resistance: pH = 0 ... 14
Resistant to almost all organic and inorganic acids, alkalis, oils and
solvents.


Forms of supply
Available as complete ring or split rings.
Metal wire & corrosion inhibitor & PTFE impregnated can be added to
provide excellent seal ability.


Die-formed Gland packing Ring
Item No.: JSP-DP10
Die-formed gland packing rings are manufactured through molding of
flexible graphite materials and various braided packing, Sealing for
valves, pumps etc.


Specifications available
10-1000mm


Forms of supply
Available as complete ring (first installation) or split rings (replacement)


Self-adhesive graphite tape
Item No.: JSP-EX10


Corrugated graphite tape with self-adhesive coating, with corrosion
inhibitor, are all available on request.


Operating range
Package: 2 kgs/roll, other sizes are also available on request
Temperature: -240 up to +550 deg.C under oxidizing environment
-240 up to +3500 deg.C under non-oxidizing environment
PH: 0~14
Max. Pressure: 100 bar ( without wire reinforcement)
200 bar (with wire reinforcement).

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