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Gasket Sealing for Glass-Lined Flanges

The chemical process industry uses glass-lined equipment due to its corrosion resistance against acids, alkalis, and other chemicals, as well as its smooth, anti-stick surface which allows for easy cleaning and sterilization. Glass-lined equipment is also chosen for a variety of chemical processes, such as fine aggressive chemicals, pharmaceutical products, agricultural products, polymers and metallurgical products, due to its tendency to prevent contamination, thereby eliminating the possibility of unwanted reactions in the chemical process. Download this whitepaper, which discusses:

sealing glass-lined equipment

  • where glass-lined equipment is used;
  • why it is being used;
  • downtime costs for gasket failure;
  • common causes of gasket failure and how to avoid them;
  • a special PTFE envelope gasket fitted with high compressible sealing inserts developed for glass lined flanges.

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