Case Study: Hydrogen-Fluoride Resistant Gaskets


Hydrogen Fluoride-Resistant Gaskets Case Study Cover.pngGaskets for hydrogen fluoride systems must be constructed from materials capable of providing a reliable, leak-free seal and withstanding the chemical’s highly corrosive nature. The Hydrogen Fluoride Industry Practices Institute (HFIPI) offers a Materials of Construction Guideline for both Anhydrous and Aqueous Hydrogen Fluoride.

In our Hydrogen Fluoride-Resistant Gaskets Case Study, we explore our hydrogen fluoride-resistant gasket solution, the Durlon® 9400, a carbon-filled PTFE gasket material. Benefits include:

  • Allowable material for hydrofluoric acid service
  • Skived manufacturing process
  • Custom design capabilities
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