Gaskets • Seals • Ceramic Seals

Ceramic seals feature long life as well as high heat, wearing and corrosion resistance. Ceramic seals are often used in the machinery, printing, dyeing, aerospace, pharmaceutical and other industries.

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  • Gaskets, Inc.

    Gaskets, Inc. offers a wide range of ceramic seals with either ceramic or inconel cores. Product configurations include: silica cloth covered, inconel stocking over ceramic covered, Type 1 & 2 inconel stocking over ceramic covered, and ceramic covered. Type 1 inconel stocking over ceramic covered tadpole seals have profile types ranging from 1 to 8, ceramic cores, cover material temperatures up to 1800°F, and core material temperatures up to 2000°F. They have applications for burners, expansion joints, ducting, panel joints, covers, and damper blades.

  • CeramTec North America Corp.

    CeramTec North America Corp. offers mechanical seal ceramics for plant and appliance applications. These seals feature low heat expansion coefficients, outstanding thermal conductivity, a leakproof design, and ceramic to ceramic mating options. They provide temperature stability, thermal shock resistance, corrosion resistance, and wear resistance.

  • MarkeTech International

    MarkeTech International offers finished ceramic parts in a complete range of materials, including: silicon carbide, silicon nitride, tungsten carbide, aluminum nitride, magnesia, sapphire, zirconia, and alumina. These parts have applications for thermal, electronic, wear resistant, and mechanical applications. Aluminum nitride ceramic substrates have a thermal conductivity of 170 W/Mk and thicknesses up to 100 mm.

  • CoorsTek

    CoorsTek offers a variety of ceramic hard-face seals in the following materials: carbon graphite, tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, high-grade alumina, and specialty polymer. Model TTZ Zirconia seals have maximum tensile strengths of 410 MPa, maximum hardness strengths of 77 GPa, and temperature allowances of up to 500°C.

  • Ortech Advanced Ceramics

    Ortech Advanced Ceramics offers alumina, tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, and graphite ceramic seals. Alumina ceramic seals are wear-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and high-temperature-resistant. They have applications for the automotive, pharmaceutical, foodstuff, dyeing, printing, metallurgy, machinery, and spacecraft industries.