Maxiprofile – Composite Spiral Wound Gasket

Maxiprofile – Composite Spiral Wound Gasket

The Maxiprofile is a composite gasket which utilizes a serrated metal core with a soft facing material. The metal core is machined on each contact face with concentric serrations providing high pressure areas and ensuring that the soft coating flows into any imperfections in the flange even at relatively low bolt loads. The result is a gasket which combines the benefits of soft, compressible cut materials with the advantage of seal integrity associated with metallic gaskets.

Expanded graphite is the most common facing material used for Maxiprofile gaskets, however, other materials can be used, such as PTFE for chemically aggressive applications or mica for high temperature situations.

Applications include : Heat Exchanger and Vessel applications • High or low temperatures • Successfully tested to pressures of 413bar / 6000psi* • Low bolt-loads • Small flange widths • Damaged flanges • Core design • Tested and approved to API 6FB 3rd Edition Fire-test

Product Highlights

  • Facing Material : Graphite
  • Facing Material : PTFE
  • Facing Material : Mica
  • Core Material : Stainless Steel 316L & 304
  • Core Material : Monel 400
  • Core Material : Inconel 600 & 625, Incoloy 825
  • Core Material : Nickel 200
  • Core Material : Hastelloy B-2 & C-276