In its simplest form, a flange gasket is used to join o […]
In its simplest form, a flange gasket is used to join or fit between two sections of pipe; each pipe section typically has a flared area that provides a surface for the gasket to attach to.
The most commonly used gaskets in piping are standard flange gaskets in rubber or fibre, or spiral wounds. For particularly large pipes, gaskets can be manufactured in segments of rubber and joined together.
Flange gaskets, ring gaskets and full face gaskets are used in a wide range of industries such as:
Petrochemical, Oil and Gas - Pipelines
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning