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The Flexible Graphite braided packing is made of an innovative expanded pure graphite yarn. The combination of other braided packing which is made of an innovative expanded pure graphite yarn. The combination of other braided packing installed with the excellent sealing capabilities of expanded pure graphite makes it the most effective sealing component. Technical Data Sheet   Rotating Reciprocating Valves Pressure 3Mpa 10Mpa 20Mpa Shaft Speed 20m/s rotary Temper...


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The Flexible Graphite braided packing is made of an innovative expanded pure graphite yarn. The combination of other braided packing which is made of an innovative expanded pure graphite yarn. The combination of other braided packing installed with the excellent sealing capabilities of expanded pure graphite makes it the most effective sealing component.

Technical Data Sheet

 

Rotating

Reciprocating

Valves

Pressure

3Mpa

10Mpa

20Mpa

Shaft Speed

20m/s rotary

Temperature

-200℃~+455℃ atmosphere, +650℃ in steam

PH Range

0~14

 Application Area

It can be used to seal hot water, high temperature and pressure steam, heat transfer fluid, hydrogen gas, ammonia, organic solvents, hydrocarbons, cryogenic liquids, etc., except fewer strong oxidizer. It is a unique and universal sealing packing.


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