Garlock® GYLON® gasketing is a family of severe service PTFE gasketing materials manufactured using a proprietary process that imparts unique physical properties that are not obtainable through conventional manufacturing methods.
The innovative GYLON® manufacturing process reorients the PTFE and fillers in a way that increases the material’s tensile properties and decreases the creep relaxation problems that usually plague PTFE products. In addition, the mixing process creates a homogenous material with consistent, superior physical properties that, unlike inferior skived PTFE sheet gaskets, do not fluctuate from one side of the sheet to another. Plus, our patented thermal bonding process allows us to fabricate gaskets of nearly any size.
Designed for severe chemical service, GYLON® gaskets are color-coded for easy identification and provide superior sealability to reduce process and media loss and fugitive emissions. They also reduce creep and cold flow characteristics.
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For use with strong acids, solvents, hydrocarbons, and other aggressive media
For use in moderate concentrations of acids, caustics, hydrocarbons, refrigerants, and more
NSF 61-approved for use in oxygen service and potable drinking water.
For use in strong caustics and toxic chemicals where an extremely tight seal is critical.
Can withstand high concentrations of hydrofluoric acid and volatile hazardous air pollutants
Can withstand a wide range of chemicals and meets FDA regulations
For Glass-lined Equipment
Suitable for flanges that generate lower compressive stresses
Tight seal on glass-lined and wavy flanges. High performance, aluminosilicate microsphere filled PTFE
Gasketing for High Pressure Applications up to 2,500 PSI
Perforated 316L stainless steel insert for improved pressure resistance up to 2,500 PSI. PTFE with Barium Sulfate Gasketing
Thermally Bonded GYLON® Gaskets for extra large flanges
First choice for strong acids, solvents, hydrocarbons, and other aggressive media.