Garlock Gylon bestendigheidslijst ptfe gebaseerde dichtingen

Medium35013504351035603530
Abietic Acid A A A A A
Acetaldehyde A A A A A
Acetamide A A A A A
Acetic Acid (Crude, Glacial, Pure) A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Acetic Anhydride A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Acetone A A A A A
Acetonitrile A A A A A
Acetophenone A A A A A
2-Acetylaminofluorene A A A A A
Acetylene A A A A A
Acrolein A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Acrylamide A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Acrylic Acid A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Acrylic Anhydride A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Acrylonitrile A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Air, 150°F and below A A A A A
Allyl Acetate A A A A A
Allyl Chloride A A B B A
Allyl Methacrylate A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Aluminum Chloride A A B B A
Aluminum Fluoride C A C C A
Aluminum Hydroxide (Solid) A A A A A
Aluminum Nitrate A A A A
Aluminum Sulfate A A B B A
Alums A A B B A
4-Aminodiphenyl A A A A A
Ammonia, Gas, 150°F and below A A A A A
Ammonia Gas, Above 150°F A A A A A
Ammonia Liquid, Anhydrous A A A A A
Ammonium Chloride A A B B A
Ammonium Hydroxide A A A A A
Ammonium Nitrate A A A A
Ammonium Phosphate, Monobasic A A A A A
Ammonium Phosphate, Dibasic A A A A A
Ammonium Phosphate, Tribasic A A A A A
Ammonium Sulfate A A B B A
Amyl Acetate A A A A A
Amyl Alcohol A A A A A
Aniline, Aniline Oil A A A A A
Aniline Dyes A A A A A
o-Anisidine A A A A A
Aqua Regia A A B B C
Aroclors A A A A A
Asphalt A A A A A
Aviation Gasoline A A A A A
Barium Chloride A A B B A
Barium Hydroxide A A A A A
Barium Sulfide A A A A A
Baygon A A A A A
Beer 10 A A A A A
Benzaldehyde A A A A A
Benzene, Benzol A A A A A
Benzidine A A A A A
Benzoic Acid A A A A A
Benzonitrile A A A A A
Benzotrichloride A A C C A
Benzoyl Chloride A A A
Benzyl Alcohol A A A A A
Benzyl Chloride A A A
Bio-diesel (B100) A A A A A
Biphenyl A A B B A
Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether A A A
Bis(chloromethyl)ether A A A
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate A A A A A
Black Sulfate Liquor C A C A A
Blast Furnace Gas A A A A A
Bleach (Sodium Hyprochlorite) A A B B
Boiler Feed Water A A A A A
Borax A A A A A
Boric Acid A A A A A
Brine (Sodium Chloride) A A B B A
Bromine A A C C
Bromine Trifluoride C C C C C
Bromoform A A A A A
Bromomethane A A A A A
Butadiene A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Butane A A A A A
2-Butanone A A A A A
Butyl Acetate A A A A A
Butyl Alcohol, Butanol A A A A A
n-Butyl Amine A A A A A
tert-Butyl Amine A A A A A
Butyl Methacrylate A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Butyric Acid A A A A A
Calcium Bisulfite A A A A A
Calcium Chloride A A B B A
Calcium Cyanamide A A A A A
Calcium Hydroxide A A A
Calcium Hypochlorite A A B B
Calcium Nitrate A A C
Calflo AF A A A A A
Calflo FG A A A A A
Calflo HTF A A A A A
Calflo LT A A A A A
Cane Sugar Liquors A A A A A
Caprolactam A A A A A
Captan A A A A A
Carbaryl A A A A A
Carbolic Acid, Phenol A A A A A
Carbon Dioxide, Dry A A A A A
Carbon Dioxide, Wet A A A A A
Carbon Disulfide A A A A A
Carbon Monoxide A A A A A
Carbon Tetrachloride A A B B A
Carbonic Acid A A A A A
Carbonyl Sulfide A A A
Castor Oil A A A A A
Catechol A A A A A
Caustic Soda C A6 C A6 A6
Cetane (Hexadecane) A A A A A
China Wood Oil A A A A A
Chloramben A A A
Chlorazotic Acid (Aqua Regia) A A B B C
Chlordane A A A
Chlorinated Solvents, Dry A A A A A
Chlorinated Solvents, Wet A A C C A
Chlorine, Dry A A A A A
Chlorine, Wet A A C C A
Chlorine Dioxide A A C
Chlorine Trifluoride C C C C C
Chloroacetic Acid A A C C A
2-Chloroacetophenone A A B B A
Chloroazotic Acid (Aqua Regia) A A B B C
Chlorobenzene A A A A A
Chlorobenzilate A A A
Chloroethane A A A A A
Chloroethylene A A A A A
Chloroform A A A A A
Chloromethyl Methyl Ether A A A
Chloronitrous Acid (Aqua Regia) A A B B C
Chloroprene A A B B A
Chlorosulfonic Acid A A
Chrome Plating Solutions –5 A –5 B A
Chromic Acid A A B B C
Chromic Anhydride A A B B C
Chromium Trioxide A A B B C
Citric Acid A A A A A
Coke Oven Gas A A A A A
Copper Chloride A A C C A
Copper Sulfate A A A A A
Corn Oil 10 A A A A A
Cotton Seed Oil 10 A A A A A
Creosote A A A A A
Cresols, Cresylic Acid A A A A A
Crotonic Acid A A A
Crude Oil A A B B A
Cumene A A A A A
Cyclohexane A A A A A
Cyclohexanone A A A A A
2,4-D, Salts and Esters A A A
Detergent Solutions B13 A A A A
Diazomethane A A A A A
Dibenzofuran A A A A A
Dibenzylether A A A A A
1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane A A B B A
Dibromoethane A A A A A
Dibutyl Phthalate A A A A A
Dibutyl Sebacate A A A A A
o-Dichlorobenzene A A A A A
1,4-Dichlorobenzene A A A A A
3,3-Dichlorobenzidene A A A
Dichloroethane (1,1 or 1,2) A A A A A
1,1-Dichloroethylene A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Dichloroethyl Ether A A A
Dichloromethane A A A A A
1,2-Dichloropropane A A A A A
1,3-Dichloropropene A A B B A
Dichlorvos A A B B A
Diesel Oil A A A A A
Diethanolamine A A A A A
N,N-Diethylaniline A A A
Diethyl Carbonate A A A
Diethyl Sulfate A A A A A
3,3-Dimethoxybenzidene A A A A A
Dimethylaminoazobenzene A A A A A
N,N-Dimethyl Aniline A A A
3,3-Dimethylbenzidine A A A A A
Dimethyl Carbamoyl Chloride A A C C A
Dimethyl Ether A A A A A
Dimethylformamide A A A
Dimethyl Hydrazine, Unsymmetrical A A A A A
Dimethyl Phthalate A A A A A
Dimethyl Sulfate A A A A A
4,6-Dinitro-o-Cresol and Salts A A A A A
2,4-Dinitrophenol A A A
2,4-Dinitrotoluene A A A A A
Dioxane A A A A A
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine A A A A A
Diphyl DT A A A A A
Dowfrost A A A A A
Dowfrost HD A A A A A
Dowtherm 4000 A A A A A
Dowtherm A A A A A A
Dowtherm E A A A A A
Dowtherm G A A A A A
Dowtherm HT A A A A A
Dowtherm J A A A A A
Dowtherm Q A A A A A
Dowtherm SR-1 A A A A A
Epichlorohydrin A A A A A
E85 (85% Ethanol, 15% Gas) A A A A A
1,2-Epoxybutane A A A A A
Ethane A A A A A
Ethanol, Ethyl Alcohol 10 A A A A A
Ethers A A A A A
Ethyl Acetate A A A A A
Ethyl Acrylate A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Ethyl Alcohol 10 A A A A A
Ethylbenzene A A A A A
Ethyl Carbamate A A A A A
Ethyl Cellulose A A A A A
Ethyl Chloride A A A A A
Ethyl Ether A A A A A
Ethyl Hexoate A A A A A
Ethylene A A A A A
Ethylene Bromide A A A A A
Ethylene Dibromide A A A A A
Ethylene Dichloride A A A A A
Ethylene Glycol A A A A A
Ethyleneimine A A
Ethylene Oxide A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Ethylene Thiourea A A A A A
Ethylidine Chloride A A A A A
Ferric Chloride A A C C A
Ferric Phosphate A A A
Ferric Sulfate A A B B A
Fluorine, Gas - - - - C
Fluorine, Liquid - - C C C
Fluorine Dioxide C C C C C
Formaldehyde A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Formic Acid A A B B A
Fuel Oil A A A A A
Fuel Oil, Acid A A A A A
Furfural A A A A A
Gasoline, Refined A A A A A
Gasoline, Sour A A A A A
Gelatin A A A A A
Glucose A A A A A
Glue, Protein Base A A A A A
Glycerine, Glycerol A A A A A
Glycol A A A A A
Grain Alcohol 10 A A A A A
Grease, Petroleum Base A A A A A
Green Sulfate Liquor C A A A
Heptachlor A A A
Heptane A A A A A
Hexachlorobenzene A A A A A
Hexachlorobutadiene A A A A A
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene A A A A A
Hexachloroethane A A A
Hexadecane A A A A A
Hexamethylene Diisocyanate A A A A A
Hexamethylphosphoramide A A A A A
Hexane A A A A A
Hexone A A A A A
Hydraulic Oil, Mineral A A A A A
Hydraulic Oil, Synthetic (Phosphate Esters) A A A A A
Hydrazine A A A A A
Hydrobromic Acid A A C C A
Hydrochloric Acid A A C C A
Hydrocyanic Acid A A A A A
Hydrofluoric Acid, Anhydrous C C C C A
HF Acid, Less than 65%, Above 150°F C A C C A
HF Acid, 65% to Anhydrous,Above 150°F C C C A
HF Acid, Up to Anhydrous,150°F & below C A C C A
Hydrofluorosilicic Acid C A C C A
Hydrofluosilicic Acid C A C C A
Hydrogen A A A A A
Hydrogen Bromide A A A
Hydrogen Fluoride C C C C A
Hydrogen Peroxide, 10% A A A A A
Hydrogen Peroxide, 10-90% A A B B C
Hydrogen Sulfide, Dry or Wet A A A A A
Hydroquinone A A A A A
Iodine Pentafluoride C
Iodomethane A A A A A
Isobutane A A A A A
Isooctane A A A A A
Isophorone A A A A A
Isopropyl Alcohol A A A A A
Jet Fuels (JP Types) A A A A A
Kerosene A A A A A
Lacquer Solvents A A A A A
Lacquers A A A A A
Lactic Acid, 150°F and below A A A A A
Lactic Acid, Above 150°F A A A A A
Lime Saltpeter (Calcium Nitrates) A A C
Lindane A A B B A
Linseed Oil A A A A A
Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) A A A A A
Lithium Bromide A A A A A
Lithium, Elemental C C C C C
Lubricating Oils, Refined A A A A A
Lubricating Oils, Mineral or Petroleum Types A A A A A
Lubricating Oils, Sour A A A A A
Lye C A6 C A6 A6
Magnesium Chloride A A B B A
Magnesium Hydroxide A A A A A
Magnesium Sulfate A A A A A
Maleic Acid A A A A A
Maleic Anhydride A A A A A
Mercuric Chloride A A C C A
Mercury A A A A A
Methane A A A A A
Methanol, Methyl Alcohol A A A A A
Methoxychlor A A A A A
Methylacrylic Acid A A A
Methyl Alcohol A A A A A
2-Methylaziridine A A
Methyl Bromide A A A A A
Methyl Chloride A A B B A
Methyl Chloroform A A A A A
4,4 Methylene Bis(2-chloroaniline) A A A
Methylene Chloride A A A A A
4,4-Methylene Dianiline A A A A A
Methylene Diphenyldiisocyanate A A A
Methyl Ethyl Ketone A A A A A
Methyl Hydrazine A A A A A
Methyl Iodide A A A A A
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK) A A A A A
Methyl Isocyanate A A A A A
Methyl Methacrylate A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
N-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidone A A A A A
Methyl Tert. Butyl Ether (MTBE) A A A A A
Milk 10 A A A A A
Mineral Oils A A A A A
Mobiltherm 600 A A A A A
Mobiltherm 603 A A A A A
Mobiltherm 605 A A A A A
Mobiltherm Light A A A A A
Molten Alkali Metals C C C C C
Monomethylamine A A A A A
MultiTherm 100 A A A A A
MultiTherm 503 A A A A A
MultiTherm IG-2 A A A A A
MultiTherm PG-1 A A A A A
Muriatic Acid A A C C A
Naphtha A A A A A
Naphthalene A A A A A
Naphthols A A A
Natural Gas A A A A A
Nickel Chloride A A B B A
Nickel Sulfate A A A A A
Nitric Acid, Less than 30% A A A A C
Nitric Acid, Above 30% A A A A C
Nitric Acid, Crude A A C
Nitric Acid, Red Fuming A A B B C
Nitrobenzene A A A A A
4-Nitrobiphenyl A A A A A
2-Nitro-Butanol A A
Nitrocalcite (Calcium Nitrate) A A C
Nitrogen A A A A A
Nitrogen Tetroxide A A
Nitrohydrochloric Acid (Aqua Regia) A A B B C
Nitromethane A A A A A
2-Nitro-2-Methyl Propanol A A
Nitromuriatic Acid (Aqua Regia) A A B B C
4-Nitrophenol A A A
2-Nitropropane A A A A A
N-Nitrosodimethylamine A A A A A
N-Nitroso-N-Methylurea A A A
N-Nitrosomorpholine A A A A A
Norge Niter (Calcium Nitrate) A A C
Norwegian Saltpeter (Calcium Nitrate) A A C
N-Octadecyl Alcohol A A A A A
Octane A A A A A
Oil, Petroleum A A A A A
Oils, Animal and Vegetable 10 A A A A A
Oleic Acid A A A A A
Oleum A C C C
Orthodichlorobenzene A A A A A
Oxalic Acid A A B B A
Oxygen, Gas *1 *1 *1 *1 *1
Ozone *2 *2 *2 *2 C
Palmitic Acid A A A A A
Paraffin A A A A A
Paratherm HE A A A A A
Paratherm NF A A A A A
Parathion A A A A A
Paraxylene A A A A A
Pentachloronitrobenzene A A A
Pentachlorophenol A A A A A
Pentane A A A A A
Perchloric Acid A A C C C
Perchloroethylene A A A A A
Petroleum Oils, Crude A A A A A
Petroleum Oils, Refined A A A A A
Phenol A A A A A
p-Phenylenediamine A A A A A
Phosgene A A B B A
Phosphate Esters A A A A A
Phosphine A A A A A
Phosphoric Acid, Crude C A C B A
Phosphoric Acid, Less than 45% A A A A A
Phosphoric Acid, Above 45%, to 150°F B A B B A
Phosphoric Acid, Above 45%, Above 150°F C A C B A
Phosphorus, Elemental A A A A A
Phosphorus Pentachloride A A B B A
Phthalic Acid A A A A A
Phthalic Anhydride A A A A A
Picric Acid, Molten
Picric Acid, Water Solution A A A A A
Pinene A A A A A
Piperidine A A A A A
Polyacrylonitrile A A A A A
Polychlorinated Biphenyls A A A A A
Potash, Potassium Carbonate A A A A A
Potassium Acetate A A A A A
Potassium Bichromate A A A A C
Potassium Chromate, Red A A A A C
Potassium Cyanide A A A A A
Potassium Dichromate A A A A C
Potassium, Elemental C C C C C
Potassium Hydroxide C A6 C A6 A6
Potassium Nitrate A A A A
Potassium Permanganate A A A A
Potassium Sulfate A A A A A
Producer Gas A A A A A
Propane A A A A A
1,3-Propane Sultone A A A
Beta-Propiolactone A A A A A
Propionaldehyde A A A A A
Propoxur (Baygon) A A A A A
Propyl Alcohol A A A A A
Propyl Nitrate A A A A A
Propylene A A A A A
Propylene Dichloride A A A A A
Propylene Glycol A A A A A
Propylene Oxide A A A A A
1,2-Propylenimine A A
Prussic Acid, Hydrocyanic Acid A A A A A
Pyridine A A B B A
Quinoline A A B B A
Quinone A A A A
Refriger. R 10 A A B B A
Refriger. R 11 A A A A A
Refriger. R 12 A A A A A
Refriger. R 13 A A A A A
Refriger. R 13B1 A A A A A
Refriger. R 21 A A A A A
Refriger. R 22 A A A A A
Refriger. R 23 A A A A A
Refriger. R 31 A A A A A
Refriger. R 32 A A A A A
Refriger. R 112 A A A A A
Refriger. R 113 A A A A A
Refriger. R 114 A A A A A
Refriger. R 114B2 A A A A A
Refriger. R 115 A A A A A
R 124 A A A A A
R 125 A A A A A
R 134a A A A A A
R 141b A A A A A
R 142b A A A A A
R 143a A A A A A
R 152a A A A A A
R 218 A A A A A
R 290 (Propane) A A A A A
R 500 A A A A A
R 502 A A A A A
R 503 A A A A A
R 507 A A A A A
R 717 (Ammonia) A A A A A
R 744 (Carbon Dioxide) A A A A A
C316 A A A A A
C318 A A A A A
HP62 A A A A A
HP80 A A A A A
HP81 A A A A A
Salt Water A A B B A
Saltpeter, Potassium Nitrate A A A A
2,4-D Salts and Esters A A A
Sewage A A A A A
Silver Nitrate A A A A
Skydrols A A A A A
Soap Solutions A A A A A
Soda Ash, Sodium Carbonate A A A A A
Sodium Bicarbonate, Baking Soda A A A A A
Sodium Bisulfate (Dry) A A A A A
Sodium Bisulfite A A B B A
Sodium Chlorate A A A A A
Sodium Chloride A A B B A
Sodium Cyanide C A C C A
Sodium, Elemental C C C C C
Sodium Hydroxide C A6 C A6 A6
Sodium Hypochlorite A A B B
Sodium Metaborate Peroxyhydrate A A B B C
Sodium Metaphosphate B A B A A
Sodium Nitrate A A A A
Sodium Perborate A A B B C
Sodium Peroxide A A A A C
Sodium Phosphate, Monobasic A A A A A
Sodium Phosphate, Dibasic B A B A A
Sodium Phosphate, Tribasic C A C A A
Sodium Silicate B A B A A
Sodium Sulfate A A A A A
Sodium Sulfide A A A A A
Sodium Superoxide A A A A C
Sodium Thiosulfate, “Hypo” A A A A A
Soybean Oil 10 A A A A A
Stannic Chloride A A C C A
Steam, Saturated, to 150 psig12 A A A A A
Steam, Superheated
Stearic Acid A A A A A
Stoddard Solvent A A A A A
Styrene A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Styrene Oxide A A A A A
Sulfur Chloride A A C C A
Sulfur Dioxide A A A A A
Sulfur, Molten A A A A A
Sulfur Trioxide, Dry A A A A
Sulfur Trioxide, Wet A A B B B
Sulfuric Acid, 10%, 150°F and below A A B B
Sulfuric Acid, 10%, Above 150°F A A C C
Sulfuric Acid, 10-75%, 500°F and below A A C C
Sulfuric Acid, 75-98%, 150°F and below A B C C C
Sulfuric Acid, 75-98%, 150°F to 500°F A B C C C
Sulfuric Acid, Fuming A C C C C
Sulfurous Acid A A B B
Syltherm 800 A A A A A
Syltherm XLT A A A A A
Tannic Acid A A –8 –8 A
Tar A A A A A
Tartaric Acid A A A A A
2,3,7,8-TCDB-p-Dioxin A A A
Tertiary Butyl Amine A A A A A
Tetrabromoethane A A A A A
Tetrachlorethane A A A A A
Tetrachloroethylene A A A A A
Tetrahydrofuran, THF A A A A A
Therminol 44 A A A A A
Therminol 55 A A A A A
Therminol 59 A A A A A
Therminol 60 A A A A A
Therminol 66 A A A A A
Therminol 75 A A A A A
Therminol D12 A A A A A
Therminol LT A A A A A
Therminol VP-1 A A A A A
Therminol XP A A A A A
Thionyl Chloride A A C C A
Titanium Sulfate A A A A A
Titanium Tetrachloride A A C C A
Toluene A A A A A
2,4-Toluenediamine A A A A A
2,4-Toluenediisocyanate A A A
Toluene Sulfonic Acid A A A
o-Toluidine A A A A A
Toxaphine A A A
Transformer Oil (Mineral Type) A A A A A
Transmission Fluid A A A A A A
Trichloroacetic Acid A A C C A
1,2,4- Trichlorobenzene A A A A A
1,1,2-Trichloroethane A A A A A
Trichloroethylene A A A A A
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol A A A
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol A A A
Tricresylphosphate A A A A A
Triethanolamine A A A
Triethyl Aluminum A A A
Triethylamine A A A A A
Trifluralin A A A A A
2,2,4-Trimethylpentane A A A A A
Tung Oil A A A A A
Turpentine A A A A A
UCON Heat Transfer Fluid 500 A A A A A
UCON Process Fluid WS A A A A A
Urea, 150ºF and below A A A A A
Urea, above 150ºF A A A A A
Varnish A A A A A
Vegetable Oil 10 A A A A A
Vinegar 10 A A A A A
Vinyl Acetate A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Vinyl Bromide A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Vinyl Chloride A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Vinylidene Chloride A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
Vinyl Methacrylate A A A A A
Water, Acid Mine, with Oxidizing Salt A A C C
Water, Acid Mine, No Oxidizing Salts A A A A A
Water, Distilled A A A A A
Water, Return Condensate A A A A A
Water, Seawater A A B B A
Water, Tap A A A A A
Whiskey and Wines 10 A A A A A
Wood Alcohol A A A A A
Xceltherm 550 A A A A A
Xceltherm 600 A A A A A
Xceltherm MK1 A A A A A
Xceltyherm XT A A A A A
Xylene A A A A A
Zinc Chloride A A B B A
Zinc Sulfate A A A A A

Key: A = Suitable; B = Depends on operating conditions; C = Unsuitable; - = No data or insufficient evidence >If fire resistant gaskets are required please consult Fire Tests under Gasket Terms, or contact Applications Engineering. NOTES: 1. Consult the factory regarding your specific applications. See “Monomers” in Gasketing catalog Terms section. 2. IFG® Style 5507 is rated “B”. 3. There have been conflicting field reports concerning the suitability of NBR and neoprene bound gaskets in 123. End users should take note. 4. IFG® Style 5507 is rated “A”. 5. Some chromium plating baths contain fluorides that can attack silica and silicate type fillers in some GYLON® styles. If the bath is known to contain little or no fluoride, all GYLON® styles should be suitable for use. 6. These GYLON® styles can be expected to be suitable to 60% concentration at temperatures up to 250°F (121°C). 7. Use GYLON® styles 3502, 3503, 3505, 3562, 3563. These styles are specially processed, cleaned and packaged for oxygen service. 8. This GYLON® contains a stainless steel insert. There is a possibility that this might contribute traces of iron to form iron tannates, resulting in undesirable color in the tannic acid. 9. These styles are not preferred choices for steam service, but are successful when adequately compressed. 10. If a gasketing material that conforms to FDA requirements is desired, contact factory for specific recommendations. 11. These GYLON® gasket styles can be expected to be suitable to 75% concentration at temperatures up to 400°F (204°C). 12. Minimum recommended assembly stress = 4,800psi. Preferred assembly stress = 6,000-10,000psi. Gasket thickness of 1/16” strongly preferred. For saturated steam above 150psig, consult Garlock Engineering. 13. Some detergent solutions are strongly alkaline and/or may contain bleach. Please contact Applications Engineering. 14. Gylon 3545 is suitable for up to 200°F wet or dry fluorine gas. Above this please consult Applications Engineering. 15. If lead chromate is also present please consult Applications Engineering. 15. If lead chromate is present, please contact Applications Engineering.

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FBss is gespecialiseerd in PTFE gebaseerde dichtingen. Wij leveren dichtingen van verschillende merken zoals Gylon, Gore-Tex en Klinger, maar kunnen hier ook alternatieven voor leveren.