Hypalon Rubber Gasket

Hypalon Rubber Gasket

What Is Hypalon Rubber Gasket?

A Hypalon rubber gasket is a chlorosulfonated polyethylene rubber. The hypalon rubber gasket is designed to maintain inherent properties in harsh environments, making them suitable for industrial and commercial applications. These gaskets help securely seal against both liquids and gaskets while offering a perfect solution to fill irregularities in the surface. The hypalon gaskets hold the equipment securely in place for long periods. These gaskets are amongst the most weather resistant elastomers material in the industry. They are known for their excellent resistance to abrasion, chemicals and have low moisture absorption. The hypalon gasket compatibility with different equipment allows them to be used in cryogenic and high temperature conditions. Certain compounds of Hypalon are resistant to flame and don’t support combustion. The gaskets have great color stability but are not recommended for use with Aromatic, chlorinated, hydrocarbon, aldehydes, ketones, and aliphatic media. They are used in sealing different equipment in construction and automotive applications. The hypalon gaskets can be either waterjet or custom die cut to meet desired sizes.

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What Is The Hardness Of Hypalon Gaskets?

The hardness of a gasket should be soft as possible to fill the gap. However, at the same time, it should be strong to resist lateral forces acting on it. A Gasket Hypalon has a shore hardness of 85°A.

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Advantages Of White Hypalon Gasket

A white Hypalon gasket is cut from high quality chloro-sulfonyl-polythylene grade. The white hypalon gasket has excellent resistance to aging and can handle weathering and abrasion. These gaskets bolster enhanced tolerance to ultraviolet range over other elastomers and are utilized in exterior sealing applications. The Hypalon white gaskets showcase good low temperature flexibility and have fair compression set resistance. These gaskets enhanced resistance to heat and ozone contamination. They have fair tear strength and usability in petroleum industries. The versatile gaskets have a temperature range between -30 to 180 degrees C, with outstanding thermal stability. In terms of processability, it has fair extrusion and good molding and calendaring features.

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The thickness of Hypalon Full Face Gasket

The thickness of a Hypalon full face gasket helps it to handle and fill any irregularities between different components. A Hypalon Full Face Gasket in standard thickness between 1/32 to ¼ in rolls of 34, 48, and 54 wide. These gaskets can be cut in custom die cut or waterjet sizes to meet desired requirements.

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What Is The Tensile Strength Of Hypalon O Rings

Hypalon O rings have an excellent tensile strength of 2300 psi. These Hypalon O Rings have an ultimate elongation of 150% in the system.

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How Do You Read Gasket Hypalon Sizes?

The Hypalon gasket size can be read by checking its thickness, and inside and outside diameters for ring gaskets. Hypalon (CSPE/CSM) Rubber Gasket can also be manually checked by measuring the middle of the gasket. For full face gaskets, size can be checked to see the number of bolt holes and the diameter of the bolt center, and thickness. Apart from this, the outside and inside diameter allows us to check their size. Obround and Elliptical hypalon gasket material is based on its short or Long inside diameter, thickness, and cross section.