Gasket Sheets

Gasket sheets, also referred to as "gasket paper", are sheets of gasket material that can be cut and used as quick, cost-effective replacements for gaskets. They are commonly made from robust, flexible materials such as cork, rubber, graphite and nitrile, and are used in different industries to create leak-free seals. Available in a variety of sheet sizes and thicknesses, gasket sheets are ideal for bespoke fittings or to create immediate replacements without having to wait.

What is a gasket?

Gaskets are created by cutting out the shape of the juncture to be sealed from a sheet of material. A gasket, often paired with an O-ring, is used around the joining between pipes or ducts to create a leak-free, compressible seal that allows for the continuous flow of the liquid or gas within the pipework. There are different types of gaskets depending on the application they are being used for, such as vehicle gaskets, which are used in the engines of cars, planes, boats, etc., and flange gaskets, which are used in ductwork and piping systems.

Which material should I use?

When choosing a premade gasket or creating your own from a gasket sheet, it is important to take all of the factors of your application or project into consideration to ensure you choose the most suitable material. Chemical compatibility, operating temperatures and pressures are all factors that can affect the gasket material, and long-term cost effectiveness can also make one material a better choice over another.

  • Natural rubber - offers good protection from most gases and mild acids or alkalis, but natural rubber is not suitable for oils, fuels or high pressure/high temperature applications.
  • Cork - fairly economical and easy to compress. It doesn't react aggressively with many substances and has excellent vibration-damping properties, but can be somewhat lacking in mechanical strength under significant torsion.
  • Nitrile rubber - effective against leaks of oils, water and some greases, nitrile rubber gaskets is relatively chemically resistant. However, it is unsuitable for strong oxidising agents, chlorines and ketones.
  • Graphite - found in high temperature or pressure environments, as well as those where hazardous chemicals must be sealed away, graphite gaskets can vary in flexibility depending on their carbon content. High-carbon graphite gaskets are often reinforced with metal cores or fillers to counteract brittleness.

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RS Stock No. 856-005
Mfr. Part No.SOFS069000300XXSQUA856005
BrandKlinger
SGD596.01
1 Lot of 2
Lot(s)
Graphite 500 x 500mm 3mm - - 150 bar +460°C 500mm 500mm
RS Stock No. 505-7607
Mfr. Part No.SHTCOR05400100X00100000450
BrandKlinger
SGD164.31
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units
Rubber-bonded Cork 1000 x 1000mm 4.5mm - - - - 1m 1000mm
RS Stock No. 505-7685
Mfr. Part No.SOFS057000160XXRECT5057685
BrandKlinger
SGD134.41
Each
units
Statite 2000 x 1000mm 1.5mm Beige - - +120°C 2m 1000mm
RS Stock No. 505-7736
Mfr. Part No.SOFS068000300XXSQUA5057736
BrandKlinger
SGD313.54
1 Bag of 2
Bag(s)
Graphite 500 x 500mm 3mm - - - - 500mm 500mm
RS Stock No. 855-973
Mfr. Part No.SOFS069000100XXSQUA855973
BrandKlinger
SGD141.88
1 Lot of 2
Lot(s)
Graphite 500 x 500mm 1mm - - 150 bar +460°C 500mm 500mm
RS Stock No. 505-7629
Mfr. Part No.SOFS057000025XXRECT5057629
BrandKlinger
SGD54.96
1 Bag of 2
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Statite 2000 x 1000mm 0.25mm Beige - - +120°C 2m 1000mm
RS Stock No. 505-7657
Mfr. Part No.SOFS057000050XXRECT5057657
BrandKlinger
SGD89.61
1 Bag of 2
Bag(s)
Statite 2000 x 1000mm 0.5mm Beige - - +120°C 2m 1000mm
RS Stock No. 505-7663
Mfr. Part No.SOFS057000080XXRECT5057663
BrandKlinger
SGD130.26
1 Bag of 2
Bag(s)
Statite 2000 x 1000mm 0.8mm Beige - - +120°C 2m 1000mm