Products that are designed to perform in applications involving, flame, exhaust, combustible fluids, or elevated temperatures require high temperature gaskets. To ensure optimum application compatibility, Atlantic Gasket Corporation, a leading gasket manufacturer, produces custom die-cut and waterjet cut high temperature gaskets using materials specifically designed for your application. Since our founding in 1947, we have worked with all major gasket material manufacturers and maintain an extensive inventory of the highest quality materials. Let us prove why Atlantic Gasket has been a trusted name in high temperature gaskets for over 65 years; contact us today.
Our custom high temperature gaskets and seals can be manufactured as small as 1/16" dia. and as large as 36" dia. With years of experience in gasket fabrication, we can supply high temperature gaskets in any size and shape with internal cutouts such as round holes, oval slots, square holes, etc. and any external configuration imaginable. Most of our high temperature gasket materials can be supplied in thickness ranging from 1/64" to 1/4" and if required up to 1". Whether you need gaskets with or without an adhesive backing in individual pieces, kiss cut on rolls, or with an extended tab for ease of use in the assembly process, all gaskets are custom fabricated to exact shapes and precise tolerances.
To help narrow down what gasket material is right for your job, use this chart to match the product application with your proper level of temperature resistance.
|EPDM Gasket Material||250°F|
|Butyl Gasket Material||250°F|
|Nitrile Gasket Material||275°F|
|Hypalon Gasket Material||320°F|
|Silicone Gasket Material||450°F|
|Viton® Gasket Material||450°F|
|Expanded PTFE (Teflon®||500°F|
|Compressed Gasket Material||Up to and exceeding 750°F|
|Thermo-tork® Gasket Material||750°F|
|Graphite Gasket Material||Up to and exceeding 750°F|
|Ceramic Fiber Material||Up to and exceeding 750°F|
While it is important to consider high temperature resistance when selecting a gasket material, many additional factors are involved in deciding which one is most suitable for your application's requirements, therefore, do not limit your decision to temperature alone. Other considerations include chemical, ozone, oxidation, and abrasion resistance, just to name a few. Let the experienced professionals at Atlantic Gasket help you determine the best material for your application.
If you have questions, don't hesitate to give us a call at 800-229-8881, and we will gladly help you select the right gasket material for your high temperature application.