GYLON EPIX™ Style 3510 Gaskets – PTFE with Barium Sulfate

PTFE Gasketing with Barium Sulfate Filler for Caustic Media

GYLON EPIX™ Style 3510 is a high performance, barium sulfate filled PTFE gasketing material. GYLON EPIX™ Style 3510 is designed for use where initiating and maintaining an extremely tight seal is critical; these applications include: strong caustics and moderate acids, chlorine, gases, water, steam, hydrocarbons and cryogenics.

GYLON EPIX™ will provide superior functional performance by combining the traditional attributes of GYLON® with an innovative surface design. It offers a broader range of applications than traditional PTFE gaskets that are used in worn and pitted flanges. In addition, GYLON EPIX™ delivers the tight sealing and load retention properties of 1/16” (1.6mm)  and the conformability of 1/8” (3.2mm). The hexagonal profile provides improved compressibility and recovery. The profiled surface reduces the contact area during initial compression to concentrate the compressive force of the flange for improved sealability.

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Description

Features and Benefits

  • One thickness does the job of two
  • Seal performance and load retention equal of 1/16” (1.6mm)
  • Compressibility and forgiveness/conformability of 1/8” (3.2mm)
  • Patented hex profile creates superb sealing and ability to conform to imperfect flange surfaces
  • Same material as traditional GYLON®

Specifications

  • Available in sheet or cut gasket form
  • PTFE with silica barium sulfate filler
  • Color: Off-white
  • Available in 3/32” (2.4mm)
  • Seal performance and load retention of 1/16 ” (1.6mm)
  • Compressibility and forgiveness/conformability of 1/8” (3.2mm)
  • Temperature
    • Minimum:                    -450°F / -268°C
    • Ideal Operating Limit:    400°F / 204°C
    • Maximum:                   See Pressure/Temperature graph
  • Pressure
    • Ideal Operating Limit:  750 psig / 52 bar
    • Maximum:                   See Pressure/Temperature graph

Applications

  • Strong caustics
  • Moderate acids
  • Chlorine
  • Gases
  • Monomers
  • Steam
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Cryogenics and aluminum fluoride