A cam profile gasket consists of a metallic carrier on which the turned-in comb profile is located. The soft material overlays are applied to this profile. During pressing, the soft material is pressed into the combs, thus forming a thin layer between the comb tips and the sealing surface (flange surface). Comb profile gaskets are used in refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, and power plants and are excellent for sealing flanges subjected to high pressure and temperature loads. The concentric geometric shape of the metal core profile provides pressure peaks at the tips of the webs, preventing any leakage through the sealing surfaces (labyrinth effect). The metal core means there is no possibility of crushing, so the gasket can withstand extremely high torque loads.
|KJ1||Grooved gasket without centering ring, with graphite or PTFE coating||Download PDF|
|KJ2||Grooved gasket with centering ring, breaking point groove and graphite or PTFE coating||Download PDF|
|KJ2 convex||Cam profile gasket convex with centering ring, predetermined breaking groove and graphite or PTFE overlay||Download PDF|
|KJ3||Grooved gasket with loose centering ring and graphite or PTFE coating||Download PDF|
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