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Pump Packing / Valve Packing


Pump packing  from the highest quality graphite filament yarns or flexible graphite. Ideally suited for use in severe service applications such as valves, high-speed shafts, and reciprocating rods in petrochemical, chemical and related industries.


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High Temperature Carbon Pump Packings

Valve and  pump packing from high quality carbon yarn, provides low coefficient of friction, high thermal conductivity, and a high chemical resistance. Suited for applications with acids, strong caustics, hot oils, steam and solvents over a wide range of non-oxidizing environments. Special lubricants can be applied that provide added protection against heat and shaft wear.

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Carbon Graphite Pump Packings both have a 0-14 PH and are1200 F.  The primary difference is that Graphite packings have a better lubricating quality.

Excellent for worn glands, for large shaft diameters, worn equipment and where large deformation of the packing is required. This unique pump packing is constructed with an elastomeric cord. Each style is designed with fibers positioned in the corners and cross braided around the cord. This breakthrough in technology provides maximum flexibility, uniform density and resiliency critical to efficient performance.

 


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PTFE & Graphite Blend Packings

These low friction and thermally stable pump packings are extremely easy to install and remove, while providing superior performance and compatibility in a wide range of applications including acids, alkalis, solvents, petroleum and synthetic oils, steam and similar severe services.

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PTFE PUMP PACKINGS

Continuous PTFE fibers are lubricated and braided, each  style is dimensionally stable and treated with a PTFE dispersion to provide a low friction braided packing that will minimize gland adjustment. Each has excellent chemical and solvent resistance for general plant applications.
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Novaloid Pump packings for abrasive applications

Specially designed braided packings with synthetic fibers that are excellent for non-staining, non-abrasive, and chemical resistant. Ideal for  abrasive service such as waste water and slurry applications.
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Synthetic Yarn with PTFE

Proprietary blend of braided acrylic yarn coated with PTFE. Our pump packings are manufactured to provide long-lasting service. These economical, yet proven braided packings are available with special lubricant treatments. They are designed to handle a wide range of services, including mild acids, chemicals, oils, steam, water, and air in general plant applications.

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Synthetic Yarn with Graphite

Proprietary blend of braided acrylic yarn coated with Graphite. Packings are manufactured to provide long-lasting service. These economical, yet proven pump packings are available with special lubricant treatments. They are designed to handle a wide range of services, including mild acids, chemicals, oils, steam, water, and air in general plant applications.

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Aramid (Kevlar) Packings

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Engineered  for performance and designed for quality. Braided from aramid fiber yarn to produce a high tensile strength and abrasion resistant packing. Incorporation of PTFE or other lubricants and alternating filament material offer a wide range of styles for general plant applications in air, oil, gases, caustics and mild acids.

 

Jacketed Valve Stem Packings with Inconel

Designed to provide maximum valve sealing efficiency. Proprietary organic binders, glass fibers, graphite flakes and special sacrificial inhibitors compounded to meet extreme conditions. 

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Temperatures to 850F,
 pH Range from 2 to 12

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Temperatures to 1200F,
 pH Range from 1 to 12

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Temperatures to 1200F, 
pH Range from 0 to 14

Texturized glass / Ceramic Packings

Designed and manufactured from high quality, dense glass fibers or ceramic strands that have been processed to rigid specifications. These packings are stable, heat resistant and highly resistant to most chemicals.

 

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Round texturized glass rope
Temperatures to 1000F

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Twisted rope glass packing 
Temperatures to 450F

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Twisted rope packing  of 
proprietary glass
Temperatures to 1000F

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Twisted rope of 
alumina-silica ceramic 
Temperatures to 2300F

Metal Packings

Constructed from thin ribbons of low friction special alloy foils. Each is thoroughly treated with a high temperature oil and graphite. Each pump packing style offers a wide range of seal ability for specific applications in water, saturated steam, light and heavy oils, air, ammonia and gasoline's.

 

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Last modified: March 15, 2009