We offer the best product range of High Temperature Alloy Gaskets, Graphite Cylinder Head Gaskets, Encapsulated Gaskets, Multi-Layer Steel Gaskets and Press-In-Place Gaskets.
High Temperature Alloy (HTA) Gaskets The HTA gasket is a single- or multiple-layer, high-temperature alloy substrate capable of sealing at service temperatures up to 1, 000° C. Layers contain full or half embossments to provide functions that include localizing contact stress and responding to flange motion. A high-temperature coating is applied for enhanced microsealing and improved abrasion resistance. Features and benefits include: Effective exhaust gas sealing at service temperatures beyond conventional material capabilities (500° C+) Mechanical properties of substrate materials maintained at service temperatures up to 1, 000° C Improved gasket resiliency Ability to seal larger flange deflections Portfolio of HTA material choices tailored to operating environment conditions Installation features can be added (e.g., star holes, bolt holes) Low creep relaxation for reduced flange bending and deflection Improved bolt-load retention at elevated temperatures High Temperature Alloy gaskets optimized for cost and performance Delivers Optimized HTA grade for application requirements up to 1000°C Up to 5X recovered height improvement (material creep resistance) from 450-1000°C Non-oxidizing and thermally stable coating provides 35% –70% reduced coefficient of friction
A graphite cylinder head gasket is created by mechanically clinching an expanded graphite sheet to both sides of a perforated-steel carrier. Elastomeric grommets integrated into the gasket body further enhance fluid sealing. Mechanically attached rings or eyelets typically seal combustion. Secondary coating improves microsealing, prevents sticking and reduces friction. Features and benefits include: Effectively seals fluids Graphite provides thermal stability, low creep relaxation and chemical resistance Compresses and conforms to accommodate rougher surface finishes
Features and benefits include: Metal support for mounting Sealing bead that compensates for large tolerances Permits NVH isolation Carrier enables easy installation. Wide variety of elastomers available to meet application needs
Multi-Layer Steel (MLS) Gaskets The Multi-layer Steel (MLS) exhaust manifold gasket has multiple layers of stainless steel substrate. Layers are embossed with full or half embossments to give them function. These include localizing contact stress and improving response to flange motion, both of which help achieve exhaust gas sealing performance. This product can also be coated for enhanced microseal and improved abrasion resistance. Features and benefits include: Effective exhaust gas sealing at service temperatures up to 500° C Resistance to thermal and chemical degradation Improved bolt-load retention at elevated temperatures Improved gasket reliability Ability to seal large flange deflections
Press-In-Place (PIP) Gaskets Press-in-place gaskets are an all-elastomer molded gasket pressed into a housing groove. Features and benefits include: Highest compensation for joint tolerances Noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) isolation systems Dedicated high-performance compounds to seal fluids
The steel elastomer gasket also known as SE is a solid steel carrier with elastomeric beads chemically bonded to the edges andor surfaces of the carrier. Combustion sealing is achieved using a wire ring, multi-layer steel (MLS) feature or an interaction with the cylinder head, engine block andor liner. Features and benefits include: Steel body provides control of compressed gasket thickness. Carrier maintains joint stability by resisting thermal and mechanical stresses. Elastomeric seals are conformable, resilient and resistant to fluid degradation. Elastomeric beads require less clamping force to seal. Single gasket can contain multiple elastomeric compounds for localized sealing requirements. Controlled stress and strain increase life of the fluid seals. Engineered combustion and fluid seal creates efficient load balance across the gasket.