Ameri-lon PTFE Material
American Seal and Packing offers a line of products utilizing PTFE in
both Gasket Materials and Braided Pump / Valve Packing.
Ameri-lon Pump and Valve Packing
|Ameri-lon Valve and Pump Packing offers
the best of several worlds. It has a 0-14 PH range allowing it
to be used in most chemical applications*. It also has a
temperature range of up to 500 F. Because it is made of a
roughly 60/40 ratio of PTFE to graphite, it does not have the cold
flow and sleeve/shaft eating characteristics of a straight PTFE
packing. Ideal for a wide range of applications at an
affordable price. Ameri-lon is our most universal packing.
A Superior Gasket Material
9504 is a true re-structured PTFE gasket sheet with excellent
physical properties to be used in the most demanding applications. Its
unique construction limits the cold flow problems associated with skived
PTFE sheets. It is very effective in applications where available bolt
load is low due to is glass sphere content.
is a true re-structured PTFE gasket sheet
with excellent physical properties to be used in the most demanding
applications. Its specific construction of virgin PTFE and Barium Sulfate
fillers, limits both creep and cold flow in service and at temperature.
Color: Off White
is a premium re-structured PTFE gasket
sheet with excellent physical properties that can be used in most strong
acids, except for Hydrofluoric acid. 9500 is made of 100% PTFE
and silica fillers.
Ameri-lon PTFE sheets are available in 24" X 24",
36" X 36", 48" X 48" and 60" X 60" sizes in thicknesses
from 0.010" to 1/4".
*Ameri-lon 9504 = Gylon 3504
*Ameri-lon 9510 = Gylon 3510
*Ameri-lon 9500 = Gylon 3500
Expanded PTFE = Gylon 3450/3545
*Amerilon PTFE = Gylon Chemrex 3570
|* This is to be used as a general guide only. All applications
should be considered individually based on the temperature, pressure, media
being sealed, Ph, gasket dimensions, torque load, bolt size and any other factor
effecting the gasket. For assistance in determining the suitability of an
application contact our technical staff at American Seal & Packing. No application should be
undertaken by anyone without independent study and evaluation for
suitability. Never use more than one gasket in one flange joint, and never
reuse a gasket. Improper use or gasket selection could cause property
damage and/or serious personal injury. Data reported in these pages is a
compilation of field testing, field service reports and/or in-house
testing. While the utmost care has gone into publishing the information
contained herein, we assume no responsibility for errors. Specifications
and information contained in these pages are subject to change with
notice. This edition cancels and obsoletes all previous editions.
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