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TABLE 25.1 Basic Physical and Mechanical Characteristics
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TABLE 25.1 Basic Physical and Mechanical Characteristics (Continued)
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2. Styrene/butadiene This rubber is similar to natural rubber but has slightly improved properties. The temperature limit also is 250 F (121 C). 3. Butyl This rubber has excellent resistance to air and water, fair resistance to dilute acids, and poor resistance to oils and solvents. It has a temperature limit of 300 F (149 C). 4. Nitrile This rubber has excellent resistance to oils and dilute acids. It has good compression set characteristics and has a temperature limit of 300 F (149 C). 5. Neoprene This rubber has good resistance to water, alkalies, nonaromatic oils, and solvents. Its temperature limit is 250 F (121 C). 6. Ethylene propylene rubber This rubber has excellent resistance to hot air, water, coolants, and most dilute acids and bases. It swells in petroleum fuels and oils without severe degradation. The temperature limit is 300 F (149 C). 7. Acrylic This rubber has excellent resistance to oxidation, heat, and oils. It has poor resistance to low temperature, alkalies, and water. The temperature limit is 450 F (232 C).
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TABLE 25.2 Identification, Test Method, and Significance of Various Properties Associated with Gasket Materials
8. Silicone This rubber has good heat stability and low-temperature flexibility. It is not suitable for high mechanical pressure. Its temperature limit is 600 F (316 C). 9. Viton This rubber has good resistance to oils, fuel, and chlorinated solvents. It also has excellent low-temperature properties. Its temperature limit is 600 F (316 C). 10. Fluorocarbon This rubber has excellent resistance to most fluids, except synthetic lubricants. The temperature limit is 500 F (260 C). Resins. These usually possess better chemical resistance than rubber. Temperature limitations depend on whether the resin is thermosetting or thermoplastic. Tanned Glue and Glycerine. This combination produces a continuous gel structure throughout the material, allowing sealing at low flange loading. It has good chemical resistance to most oils, fuels, and solvents. It swells in water but is not soluble. The temperature limit is 200 F (93 C). It is used as a saturant in cellulose paper. Fillers. In some cases, inert fillers are added to the material composition to aid in filling voids. Some examples are barytes, asbestine, and cork dust. 25.4.3 Reinforcements Some of the properties of nonmetallic gasket materials can be improved if the gaskets are reinforced with metal or fabric cores. Major improvements in torque retention and blowout resistance are normally seen. Traditionally, perforated or upset metal cores have been used to support gasket facings. A number of designs have been utilized for production. Size of the perforations and their frequency in a given area are the usual specified parameters.
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Adhesives have been developed that permit the use of an unbroken metal core to render support to a gasket facing. Laminated composites of this type have certain characteristics that are desired in particular gaskets [25.3].
25.4.4 Metallic Materials Aluminum. This metal has good conformability and thermal conductivity. Depending on the alloy, aluminum suffers tensile strength loss as a function of temperature. Normally it is recommended up to 800 F (427 C). It is attacked by strong acids and alkalies. Copper. This metal has good corrosion resistance and heat conductivity. It has ductility and excellent flange conformability. Normally 900 F (482 C) is considered the upper service temperature limit. Steel. A wide variety of steels from mild steel to stainless steel have been used in gasketing. A high clamping load is required. Temperature limits range from 1000 to 2100 F (538 to 1149 C), depending on the alloy.
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