High Temperature Gasket Materials

  
High Temperature Gasket MaterialHigh Temperature Materials from Auburn...
Auburn offers many gasket materials suitable for high temperature applications. Below is a table listing high temperature gasket materials that can resist temperatures ranging from -100°F to +2300°F. Temperatures shown are laboratory tested.
Material Description Temperature
PDF Silicone Foam
    Soft
    HT-870
Compressibility, softness and durability allow HT-870 adapt to various environments, making it an ideal choice for sealing outdoor enclosures, protecting electronics from shock and heat, and providing cushioning or vibration isolation for various applications.
UL Recognized, UL-94VO
Material: MH13898

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
PDF Silicone Foam
    Medium
    HT-800
HT-800 is a highly versatile, medium firmness silicone that offers the lightness of a foam along with the enhanced sealing capabilities of a traditional sponge rubber. It is used to seal or protect various outdoor communication, electronics, or lighting enclosures, while providing protection against wind-driven rain or fire. The material is also used to reduce shock or isolate vibration.
UL Recognized, UL-94VO
Material: MH13898

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
PDF Silicone Foam
    Firm

    HT-820
HT-820 is a firm grade silicone foam that offers improved durability and sealing. It is used to seal or protect various outdoor communication, lighting or electronic enclosures, while providing protection against small dust particles, wind driven rain or fire. The material offers higher tear and tensile strength than lighter grade foams.
UL Recognized, UL-94VO
Material: MH13898

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
PDF Silicone Foam
    Extra Firm
    HT-840
HT-840 is an extra-firm grade silicone foam that offers improved durability and sealing. It is used to seal or protect various outdoor communication, lighting or electronic enclosures, while providing protection against small dust particles, wind-driven rain or fire. The material offers higher tear strength and tensile strength than lighter grade foams.
UL Recognized, UL-94VO
Material: MH13898

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
Solid Silicone Rubber Commercial Grade ZZR-765 Class 2A & 2B Auburn solid silicone rubber has unique resistance to temperature extremes. Its physical characteristics are not adversely affected by exposure to temperatures as high as +500°F. Intermittent exposure to temperatures considerably in excess of this are commonplace. The low temperature flexibility of silicone rubber is unexcelled by any other elastomer. It remains functional at temperatures as low as -100°F.

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
Silicone Sponge Rubber AMS-3195 & AMS-3196 Silicone Sponge Rubber is great for high performance gasketing, thermal shielding, vibration mounts, and press pads.  Silicone adhesive backings are also available and has the same heat resistance as the silicone rubber.

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
R10400M UL Recognized COHRlastic® R-10400 from Auburn is a flame-retardant, medium density silicone sponge rubber that can be used in many gasket applications.  The unique material will pass UL-94 Flame Testing with V-0 rating from 1/8” (0.125”). This material is flexible and compressible and designed for use in extreme temperature ranges , with excellent weatherability, compression-set resistance, electrical strength and non-stick properties.
UL Recognized, E57750

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
R10490M Fluorosilicone COHRlastic® R-10490 from Auburn medium density silicone sponge is a fluorosilicone closed-cell sponge. This material is flexible and compressible and designed for use in extreme temperature ranges, with excellent weatherability, compression set resistance, electrical strength and non-stick properties.
R-10490 is often chosen as the material of choice for containing oils and fluids that would degrade other sponge materials.

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
F12 Silicone Foam COHRlastic® F-12 from Auburn is comprised of a flame-retardant, modified cell silicone foam that offers a lightweight flame-retardant barrier. The F-12 is often the product of choice in aircraft, aerospace, mass transit, and military markets as a lightweight fire wall protection blanket.  

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
EC-102 Electrically Conductive Silicone COHRlastic® EC-102 is an electrically conductive 60 durometer (Shore A) solid silicone rubber sheet. The EC-102 silicone performs three distinct functions; the carbon filler in it allows it to act as a low amperage conductor; it shields RF and EM interference; and it protects against electrostatic discharge.

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
Strip-N-Stick™ Tapes Auburn Strip-N-Stick™ Tape provides all the benefits of silicone rubber along with an easy-to-apply, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Available in closed-cell sponge, low density foam, or solid silicone, these products offer superior service life, excellent conformability and flexibility, low-compression set, and high adhesion to a variety of materials.

-100°F – +500°F
(-73°C – +260°C)
Thermo-Tork® Thermo-Tork® outperforms many more expensive alternative products in a wide range of higher temperature, heavy-duty applications. Designed for use up to 400°C (750°F), Thermo-Tork® materials are offered with either a Fully Cured or a Latent Cured Thermally Stable Binder System and are made with Heat-Resisting Fibers.
400°C (750°F)
Pro-Formance®/MicroPore® Designed for use up to 350°C (650°F) these materials exhibit excellent crush resistances and offer superior sealability throughout a wide range of flange loads. Pro-Formance®/MicroPore® is pliable, flexible, bendable, and easy to die cut into specific gasket shapes.
 
350°C (650°F)
Syntheseal® Gasket Material Designed for use up to 180°C (350°F), Syntheseal services a wide range of pressures and internal fluids. Syntheseal is a proven substitute for joint sheet and asbestos-containing beater-addition products.
180°C (350°F)
PDF Aluflex® ALU-FLEX H.T is a flexible silicone rubber impregnated aluminum wire cloth material developed for maximum RF shielding and pressure sealing qualities.

-65°F – +500°F
(-54°C – +260°C )
PDF Blue-Gard® BLUE-GARD gaskets provide superior sealability, toque retention, and heat resistance and eliminates the need for asbestos.

+700°F
(+370°C )
ECH
(Epichlorohydrin Sponge)
ECH (Epichlorohydrin Sponge) has excellent resistance to ozone and to swell from contact with alcohols, halogenated solvents, hydrocarbons and miscellaneous solvents. 
 
Continuous:
-30°F – +300°F
(-34°C – +149°C)
Intermittent:
+350°F / (+176°C)
Fiberfrax® Fiberfrax is an asbestos free lightweight gasket material possessing excellent thermal characteristics.

+1300°F – +2300°F
(+704°C – +1260°C)
High Temperature
Acrylic Adhesive
Provides excellent adhesion, high temperature shear properties and solvent resistance.


Continuous:
-40°F – +350°F
(-40°C – +177°C)
Intermittent:
+450°F / (+232°C)

Kapton® Kapton® Type “HN” film from Dupont is a general purpose polyimide film that has been used successfully in applications at temperatures as low as -462ºF (-269ºC) and as high as 752ºF (400ºC). Kapton® “HN”, with a UL94V-0 listing, is an ideal choice for applications that require an all-polyimide film with an excellent balance of properties over a wide range of temperatures.
UL Recognized, UL-94VO
Material: E39505


-462ºF – 752ºF
(-269ºC – 400ºC)
 Nomex™ 410 Nomex 410 is a high temperature aramid paper which is capable of operating at
Class C (220°C) temperatures.

+428°F
(+220°C)
Viton® Rubber Viton Rubber is a high performance rubber compound designed for use when it is necessary to contain fluids that would degrade normal elastomers.
 
-40°F – +400°F
(-40°C – +204°C)
Viton® Sponge Viton® Sponge plays a particularly vital role in cases where soft flouroelastomers are desirable. The practical low hardness limit for solid Viton® is 55 durometer. Viton® Sponge fills this void where softer material is required, yet the heat and fluid resistance of solid Viton® is necessary.

+428°F
(+220°C)
PDF Closed Cell Sponge #SCE41B
Closed Cell Sponge SCE41B is a soft density, expanded, cellular rubber composed of a blend of neoprene, EPDM, and SBR ingredients.

-70°F – +225°F
(-56°C – +107°C)
PDF Closed Cell Sponge #SCE42B
Closed Cell Sponge SCE42B is a medium density, expanded, cellular rubber composed of a blend of neoprene, EPDM, and SBR ingredients.

-70°F – +225°F
(-56°C – +107°C)
PDF Closed Cell Sponge #SCE43B
Closed Cell Sponge SCE43B is a medium density, expanded, cellular rubber composed of a blend of neoprene, EPDM, and SBR ingredients.

-70°F – +225°F
(-56°C – +107°C)
PDF Closed Cell Sponge #SCE45B Closed Cell Sponge SCE45B is an extra firm density, expanded, cellular rubber composed of a blend of neoprene, EPDM and SBR ingredients.

-70°F – +225°F
(-56°C – +107°C)
Polyurethane Elastomers Solid polyurethane elastomers combine many of the desirable mechanical and physical properties of rubber, plastic and metal.

-80°F – +300°F
(-62°C – +149°C)
Volara Type A Volara Type A is a flexible closed cell polyethylene foam with a continuous smooth surface.

 
Volara Type AF Volara Type AF was developed to meet certain federal, military and industry requirements on the flammability of cellular plastics.

 
Poron® 4970-92 Poron® 4790-92 is an extra soft, slow rebound microcellular urethane foam with the lowest closure force of any Poron®.

-40°F – +194°F
(-40°C – +90°C)
Poron® 4701-30 Poron® 4701-30 is a very soft, easily compressible foam for use where flexibility is a key requirement.

-40°F – +194°F
(-40°C – +90°C)
Poron® 4701-40 Poron® 4701-40 is a soft general purpose foam for a wide variety of applications.

-40°F – +194°F
(-40°C – +90°C)
Poron® 4701-41
Poron® 4701-41 has a closed-cell foam structure and is designed to provide enhanced sealability.  Vacuum-enclosure applications that require Poron, for example, will often require this material.

-40°F – +194°F
(-40°C – +90°C)
Poron® 4701-50 Poron® 4701-50 is a firm grade urethane foam used for high energy and high impact gasketing needs.

-40°F – +194°F
(-40°C – +90°C)
Poron® 4701-60
Poron® 4701-60 is a very firm grade of urethane used for energy management solutions and for enclosure gasketing applications.

-40°F – +194°F
(-40°C – +90°C)