Flange Insulation Kit with SS316L Gasket
Flange insulation kit with SS316L gasket Rilson Sealing Gasket kit material incorporates high-strength, glass-reinforced epoxy laminated bonded to a stainless steel core. This provides the strength of a traditional metallic gasket while maintaining complete electrical insulation between the...
Flange insulation kit with SS316L gasket
Rilson Sealing Gasket kit material incorporates high-strength, glass-reinforced epoxy laminated bonded to a stainless steel core. This provides the strength of a traditional metallic gasket while maintaining complete electrical insulation between the flange faces. Seal grooves are machined through the laminate insulating material and into the stainless steel core which provides a strong base for the seal to seat into and breaks the potential leak path that is inherent in glass laminate materials. Spring-energized Teflon internal face seals are installed in the dovetail shape seal grooves to provide the reliable sealing.
Extreme high-reliability sealing and insulating solution for all critical services. Seals and insulates at all pressures classed including API 15000 psi service.
Flanges Insulation Kits Specification:
The standard stainless steel core is 316. Special materials such as duplex stainless steel, inconel stainless steel are can be made according to the requirements.
The standard glass-reinforced epoxy material is Name G10, G11 is available when the temperature requirement is higher.
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Flanges Insulation Kits prime features:
1. Withstands serve service conditions including large bending moments, vibration, temperature and pressure cycling
2.Pressure-activated seals provide high confidence sealing and elimate costly leaks
3.Available to match any flange specification(ANSI, API,MSSP,BS,DIN,AS,OTHERS)
4.Designed to withstand corrosive environments
Flange Insulating Gasket Sets Application
1.limit the extent and cost of cathodic protection current to only those pipes that need to be protected from the main cathodic protection system
2.electrically "split up" long pipelines into distinctive cathodic protection systems
3.isolate a pipeline to ensure that cathodic protection or stray electricity currents do not cause increased corrosion, or cause a hazard
4.isolate piping systems where dissimilar metals are present
5.eliminate static loading charge transfer in discharge or loading operations at oil storage terminals