Cloth Inserted Packing

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Cloth Inserted Packing: Packed with a cloth reinforcement of polyester, nylon, cotton or fiberglass fabric, this material adds more support and stability in gasket applications. Great abrasive resistance, versatile in many environments, resistant to oils, water temperature fluctuations and gases, these attributes make it suitable for use as a high-pressure diaphragm assistant where structural stability is required.

General Information:

Hardness Durometer (Shore A): 50-70
Tensile Strength: 500 Psi
Elongation: 250%

Thermal Properties:

Minimum service temperature: -30°F
Maximum service temperature: 185°F

Categories:

Cloth–Inserted (CI) SBR – Regular Polyester Ply – This cloth reinforcement is an SBR compound reinforced with a close weave polyester fabric to enhance dimensional stability in flanged gasket applications with high compression loads. Suitable for use in air, hot water, low pressure steam, and hydraulic services.

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
PSI
Ultimate
Elongation
Percent
Fabric
Weight
Fabric
Type
Temperature
Range
Estimated Weight / Linear Ft.
1/8″ x 36″
Oil
Resistance
Features

65

1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1500 350 4.0 oz Polyester -30°F to +170°F 2.74 lb None Polyester-Inserted Sheet

Cloth–Inserted (CI) SBRReduced Cotton Ply – Like Regular Ply, Reduced Ply stresses the need for dimensional stability in applications with high compression loads. Fabric content per thickness is either 1/8” for one ply, 3/16” for two plies, and 1/4” for three plies.

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
PSI
Ultimate
Elongation
Percent
Fabric
Weight
Fabric
Type
Temperature
Range
Estimated Weight / Linear Ft.
1/8″ x 36″
Features
65 1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 400 200 Cotton -30°F
to +170°F
2.75 lb Cotton-Inserted Sheet

Cloth–Inserted (CI) SBR – Reduced Polyester Ply – Like Regular Ply, Reduced Ply stresses the need for dimensional stability in applications with high compression loads. Fabric content per thickness is either 1/8” for one ply, 3/16” for two plies, and 1/4” for three plies.

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
PSI
Ultimate
Elongation
Percent
Fabric
Weight
Fabric
Type
Temperature
Range
Estimated Weight / Linear Ft.
1/8″ x 36″
Features
65 1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 400 200 4.0 oz Polyester -30°F
to +170°F
2.74 lb Polyester-Inserted Sheet

Cloth–Inserted (CI) Neoprene – Regular Cotton Ply – This material is a blended Neoprene compound with one or more polyester fabric plies suitable for applications where dimensional stability is reguired, oil resistance, water temperature fluctuations and gases are conveyed.

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
PSI
Ultimate
Elongation
Percent
Fabric
Weight
Fabric
Type
Temperature
Range
Estimated Weight
Per Linear Foot
(1/8″ x 36″)
70†
1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1000 n/a Cotton -30°F
to +200°F
2.41 lb

Cloth–Inserted (CI) Neoprene – Regular Polyester Ply – This material is a blended Neoprene compound with one or more polyester fabric plies suitable for applications where dimensional stability is reguired, oil resistance, water temperature fluctuations and gases are conveyed.

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
PSI
Ultimate
Elongation
Percent
Fabric
Weight
Fabric
Type
Temperature
Range
Estimated Weight
Per Linear Foot
(1/8″ x 36″)
70†
1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1000 n/a Cotton -30°F
to +200°F
2.34 lb

HHP–151F Cloth–Inserted (CI) Sheet – Designed for ventilating systems and flange joints for water or brine systems to withstand 250 pounds of pressure. Common applications would be flange gaskets with high-compression loads where non-reinforced rubber would squeeze or extrude out between the flanges.

Class Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
PSI
Ultimate
Elongation
Percent
Fabric
Weight
Polymer Temperature
Range
Estimated Weight / Linear Ft.
1/8″ x 36″
Oil Resistance
1

50

1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1800 450

10.8 oz

per sq yd

SBR

-40°F

to +200°F

2.23 lb N/A
2

60

1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1650 350

10.8 oz

per sq yd

Neoprene

-40°F

to +220°F

2.73 lb Medium
3

50

1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1800 450

10.8 oz

per sq yd

SBR

-40°F

to +200°F

2.23 lb N/A
4

50

1/16 – 1/4 36, 48 1600 600

10.8 oz

per sq yd

Nitrile

-40°F

to +250°F

2.40 lb High

HHP–151F Cloth–Inserted (CI) Sheet- Designed for ventilating systems and flange joints for water or brine systems to withstand 250 pounds of pressure. Common applications would be flange gaskets with high-compression loads where non-reinforced rubber would squeeze or extrude out between the flanges.