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Compressed Non-Asbestos Gasket Materials​

Compressed, non-asbestos gasketing offers a variety of elastomers that provide outstanding sealability and excel in a wide range of services. The unique blend of aramid fibers, fillers and elastomeric binders provides improved torque retention and drastically lowered emissions levels.

As an added service, Seal & Design offers technical support for any application where you are uncertain about which gasket material to use. Phone or e-mail us, and we will be pleased to make a recommendation. Or ask about our computer software program which has provided the industry with the most comprehensive engineering tool available to industry today.

NON-ASBESTOS DURLON

Seal & Design offers Durlon non-asbestos gasket materials from Gasket Resources Inc, fabricated to meet customer specifications. Durlon has a range of formulations that work well in a wide variety of application environments.

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NON-ASBESTOS GARLOCK

The Garlock family of companies is acknowledged as the global leader in high-performance fluid sealing and pipeline protection products for industry and infrastructure. Garlock products are at work in many specialty industries, including chemical and petrochemical, refining, pulp and paper, water and wastewater treatment and drainage, power generation, primary metals, food and pharmaceuticals, infrastructure, mining and others

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NON-ASBESTOS LEADER

Leader Gasket Technologies is a manufacturer of metallic, semi-metallic and soft gasket products. Originally focused on Spiral Wound technology and Specialty Equipment gaskets such as Double Jacked and Corrugated Metal gaskets, Leader has evolved into a complete manufacturer of gaskets and gasket products.

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NON-ASBESTOS TEADIT

The wide line of products developed by Teadit has been a fundamental element for the zero leakage target of many industries that produce hydrocarbons, chemical, pharmaceutical and other fluids. Teadit is relentless in the pursuit of advanced and excellent sealing solutions.

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NON-ASBESTOS THERMOSEAL/KLINGER

Seal & Design offers gaskets fabricated from Thermoseal’s Klinger non-asbestos gasket product line. The Klinger product line offers a range of top quality gasket material formulations suitable for a variety of situations.

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NON-ASBESTOS VICTOR REINZ

Victor Reinz is a German manufacture of top-quality, fiber based gasket materials for industrial and automotive applications. Their non-asbestos gasket materials exhibit a range of properties that provide numerous advantages for gasket design and construction. Premium gasket materials made by Victor Reinz have found worldwide acceptance and application for more than two decades.

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High-Quality Non-Asbestos Gaskets

While we now know that asbestos is a dangerous material, it was originally used for its heat-resistant properties to fill and seal gaps and cracks. With asbestos no longer on the market, companies and consumers need alternative non-asbestos gaskets to fill the gap asbestos left behind. That’s where Seal & Design comes in.

Seal & Design is a leading distributor of compressed non asbestos gaskets. We offer a wide range of options including products developed by Teadbit, Thermoseal, Victor Reinz, Garlock, and more. We have years of experience in the gasket industry and can help you find the non asbestos gasket that will work best for your project.

Factors to Keep in Mind

While you’re choosing a compressed non asbestos gasket, it’s important to keep in mind certain factors. These factors include the temperatures you need your gasket to perform in, the amount of pressure expected to be placed on the gasketed joint, and chemical compatibility. Different non asbestos gasket materials react differently to each of these factors. There’s no one-size-fits-all for a non asbestos gasket.

Whether you’re using the gasket for an industrial or residential purpose is also important to consider. For instance, non asbestos gaskets used for home projects such as sealing out drafts are likely to be under less pressure and stress compared to non asbestos gaskets used in industrial settings. When you use a compressed non asbestos gasket in an industrial environment, that gasket needs to be durable, reliable, and sustainable. The last thing you want is a failed gasket reflecting badly on your company.

Not sure which compressed non asbestos gasket is right for your application? Confident you’re making the right choice but want a second opinion on other non asbestos gaskets available? Contact Seal & Design today. We’ll be more than happy to discuss our non asbestos gasket products with you.