Durlon ® 8300

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Carbon Fiber with NBR Rubber Binder Compressed Sheet Gasket

ASTM F104: F712120-A9B3E22K5L311M5

 
Application
DURLON® 8300 is premium grade compressed sheet gasket material that is excellent in steam and hydrocarbon services in the refining, petrochemical and power generation industries.  Other applications include oil, water, mild alkalis, mild acids, and solvents.

Composition
DURLON® 8300 contains high-strength carbon fibers bonded with nitrile (NBR) synthetic rubber.  A release agent on both sides provides good anti-stick properties.

Anti-Stick Properties
Much effort has gone into improving the anti-stick release agents of all compressed DURLON® products.  All DURLON® compressed gasket materials have passed the MIL-G-24696B Navy Adhesion Test (366°F/48 hrs).

 

Available Sheet Sizes:

Nominal Thickness
Sheets Sizes
Order Code
Sheets per Roll
Weight / Sheet lbs (kg)
Inches mm
1/64" (0.4 mm) 60 x 63
60 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
DC05-060-063
DC05-060-126
20
10
4 (1.81)
7 (3.18)
1/32" (0.8 mm) 60 x 63
60 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
DC08-060-063
DC08-060-126
20
10
7 (3.18)
14 (6.35)
1.0 mm 60 x 63
60 x 126
120 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
3048 x 3200
DC10-060-063
DC10-060-126
DC10-060-126
20
10
2
11 (5.00)
22 (9.98)
44 (19.96)
1/16" (1.5mm) 60 x 63
60 x 126
120 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
3048 x 3200
DC15-060-063
DC15-060-126
DC15-060-126
10
5
2
14 (6.35)
28 (12.70)
55 (24.95)
2.0 mm 60 x 63
60 x 126
120 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
3048 x 3200
DC20-060-063
DC20-060-126
DC20-060-126
10
5
2
22 (9.98)
44 (19.96)
88 (39.92)
3/32" (2.5 mm) 60 x 63
60 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
DC25-060-063
DC25-060-126
8
4
25 (11.34)
49 (22.23) 
1/8" (3.0 mm) 60 x 63
60 x 126
120 x 126
1524 x 1600
1254 x 3200
3048 x 3200
DC30-060-063
DC30-120-126
DC30-120-126
8
4
1
27 (12.25)
54 (24.50)
108 (49.00)

Note: Please inquire about availability of 4.0mm and 5.0mm thicknesses and other sizes not listed.

Warning: Durlon gasket materials should never be recommended when both the temperature and the pressure are at the maximums listed. Properties and applications shown are typical. No application should be undertaken by anyone without independent study and evaluation for suitability. Never use more than one gasket in one flange joint, and never reuse a gasket. Improper use or gasket selection could cause property damage and/or serious personal injury. The data reported is a compilation of field testing, field service reports and/or in-house testing. While the utmost care has gone into publishing the information contained herein, we assume no responsibility for errors. The information and specifications contained in this website are subject to change without notice. This revision cancels and obsoletes all previous editions.

 

M&Y and Proposed ASTM Gasket Constants:

Thickness 1/16"
1/8"
 M 3.7   3.0
Y psi (MPa) 3535 (24.24) 4014 (27.68)
Gasket Constants    
Gb psi (MPa) 512 (3.5) 1716 (11.8)
a 0.355 0.209
Gs psi (MPa) 13 (0.09) 70 (0.48)

*Gasket Constants based on proposed ASTM Draft 10.01

 

Typical Properties:

 Color: Black, Branded
 Fiber: Carbon
Binder: Nitrile (NBR)
Fluid Service: Saturated Steam, Oils, Dilute Acids & Alkalis, Hyrdocarbons, Solvents 
Density:  1.6 g/cm3 (100 lbs. / ft3)
Tensile Strength, ASTM F152:  1,800 psi (12.4 MPa)
Compressibility, ASTM F36: 8 to 16% 
Recovery ASTM F36: 50%
Temperature
          Range:
          Continuous, max:
 
-100 to 800° F (-73 to 427° C)
600° F (315° C)
Pressure, max:  1500 psig (103 bar)
Fluid Resistance - ASTM F146
          IRM 903 oil, 5 h/300°F (149°C)
               Thickness Increase:
               Weight Increase:
          ASTM Fuel B 5 h/70°F (21°C)
               Thickness Increase:
               Weight Increase:


 0 to 10%
 10%

 0 to 10%
 12%
 Sealability
          ASTM F37 (Fuel A):
          ASTM F37 (Nitrogen):

0.03 m/hr
0.4 m/hr
 DIN 3535 Gas Permeability:  0.05 cc/min
 Creep Relaxation ASTM F38:  18%
 Flexibility, ASTM F147:  10x
Note: ASTM properties based on 1/16" sheet thickness except ASTM F38, which is based on 1/32" sheet thickness. This is a general guide only and should not be the sole means of accepting or rejecting this material. The data listed here falls within the normal range of product properties but should not be used to establish specification limits nor used alone as the basis of design.
 *For applications above Class 300, consult your representative.