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Compression Packing

One of the earliest products used for sealing and is still commonly used by modern industries is Compression packing. Made and woven with various styles and types that will function as a sealing for many kinds of media such as water, steam, acids, caustics, solvents, gases, oil, gasoline, and other types of chemical in various types of pumps, valves, agitators and other mechanical equipments.

   P01 P01-L P02 P03 P04 P05 P065 P07
   PRESURE  ROATING (Bar)  15  15  15  20  20  20 20 25
 RECIPROCATING (Bar)  100  100  100  100  100  100  100  150
 STATIC (Bar)  150  150  150  250  200  200  200  200
 SHAFT SPEED  m/s  8 10  16 20 25  20 20 15
 DENSITY  g/cm 2 1.3 - 1.4 1.6 - 1.7  1.5  1.3 1.3  1.5 1.4  1.4
 TEMPERATURE  ^C 260 260 260  550 280 260  280 260
 PH RANGE    0 - 14   0 - 14   0 - 14    0 - 14   2 - 12   1 - 13   2 - 12 1 - 14

 

 

P01 Pure PTFE Packing.
Braided from pure PTFE yarn without any lubrication. It is soft, mainly for static sealing. Designed for valves and lower shaft speed Applications under medial pre`ssure in food processing, pharmac
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P01-L Pure PTFE Packing With Oil.
Same as 101, but treated with special lubrication, designed for dynamic. Excel compression packing 101 & 101-L both are economical packing. Applications for universal, suitable for valves, pump
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P02 Graphite PTFE Packing.
Braided from graphited PTFE (gPTFE) plain yarn. The packing is soft, with low density. Applications for use in pumps, valves, reciprocating and rotating shafts, mixers and agitators. Especially des
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P03 Pure Graphite Packing .
Braided from low-sulphur expanded graphite yarns, which are reinforced by cotton or glass fiber. It has a very low friction, does not damage shafts or stems. It shows good thermal and chemical resi
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P04 Carbonized Fiber Packing Graphited.
Carbonized PAN fiber impregnated with PTFE dispersion containing graphite particles, PTFE and graphite makes the packing have excellent self lubrication. It can be used in weak acids and alkalis or
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