KLINGER® top-chem2005

Characteristic & main applications
KLINGERtop-chem-2005 has excellent chemical resistance in strongly acidic applications and is suitable for a wide range of applications in the chemical industrie.
It has good mechanical properties at medium temperatures and loads.
The material is the economical alternative at the usage of modified PTFE gaskets.

Material
PTFE-Basis

Technical data

Typical values for 1,5 mm thickness
Ref. thickness of measured values   mm 1,5
Density   g/cm3 2,2
Compressibility
ASTM F 36 J
  % 3
Recovery
ASTM F 36 J
  % 40
Stress relaxation
DIN 52913
30 MPa, 16 h/150 °C MPa 25
cold/hot
compression
23 °C / 50 MPa % 10
250 °C / 50 MPa % 30
Tightness nach DIN 3535/6 ml/min 0,2
nach DIN 28090-2 mg/s m 0,02
Tightness/weight
increase
H2SO4: 100%, 18 h/23 °C % 1/1
HNO3: 100%, 18 h/23 °C % 1/2
NaOH: 33%, 72 h/110 °C % -

 

Technical advise
KLINGERexpert
The many, varied demands placed on gaskets
Gasket selection with the pT diagram
Product documentation
KLINGER Hot and Cold compression test method
High temperature tightness
Surface pressures acc. DIN 28090
Gasket factors acc. DIN 28090 and EN 13555
Inspection results of the gasket parameters acc. EN13555
Chemical compatibility

Technical Support
Application Overview
Important application parameters
Installation instructions
Shelf life of KLINGERSIL
Safety Information 
Technical presentation
Welding of KLINGER®top-chem (zip/pdf, 7.625KB)
Approvals and certificates

Dimensions of the standard sheets
Sizes: 1500 x 1500 mm
Thicknesses: 1,0 mm, 1,5 mm, 2,0 mm, 3,0 mm
Tolerances: thickness ± 10%, lenght ± 50 mm, width ± 50mm
Other thicknesses and sizes on request.

Function and durability
The performance and service life of KLINGER gaskets depend in large measure on proper storage and fitting, factors beyond the manufactor’s control. We can, however, vouch for the excellent quality of our products. With this in mind, please also observe our installation instructions.

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pT diagram
The Klinger pT diagram provides guidelines for determining the suitability of a particular gasket material for a specific application based on the operating temperature and pressure only. Always refer to the chemical resistance of the gasket to the fluid.