STYLE NA1000
Compressed Sheet Packing
Aramid Fibers / NBR Binder
CONSTRUCTION
Style NA1000 is a compressed non-asbestos sheet gasket material produced from aramid fibers and bonded with nitrile rubber (NBR). It is manufactured through the hot calender process under rigorous quality control standards that are registered under ISO-9001 certification.

APPLICATION / SERVICE
Style NA1000 is a premium service gasket material that has a broad range of applications in the process industries and in the water and wastewater industry. It is very pliable and cuts cleanly and is ideal for use in compressors, carburetors and other equipment requiring gaskets with close dimensional tolerances. Style NA1000 is suitable for service handling the following general media categories:

Mild inorganic acids
Mild organic acids
Concentrated alkalies
Diluted alkalies
Water
Brine
Saturated Steam
Air
Industrial Gases
Animal oils
Synthetic oils
Vegetable oils
Petroleum and Derivatives
General chemicals

 

Aliphatic solvents
Aromatic solvents
Chlorinated solvents
Oxygenated solvents
Neutral solutions
Refrigerants
PRODUCT DATA
Temperature Limits:  
Minimum
-40F (-40C)
Maximum
720F (380C)
Pressure Limits: Vacuum to 1300 psi (90 bar)
ASTM Line Call Out: ASTM F104-F713100-M5
Color: Light Green
Available Sheet Sizes:  
Thicknesses:
1/64, 1/32, 1/16, 3/32, 1/8
Sheet Sizes:
59 x 63
  59 x 126
  118 x 126

 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES NA1000
ASTM
TEST METHOD
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES VALUES
F 36 Compressibility 17%
F 36 Recovery 53%
F 38 Creep Relaxation 27%
F 495 Ignition Loss 30%
F 146 Weight Increase After
Five Hour Immersion
 
ASTM IRM 903
@ +300F (+150C)
ASTM Fuel B
@ + 70-85F (+21-29C)
19%

15%
F 146 Thickness Increase After
Five Hour Immersion
 
ASTM IRM 903
@ +300F (+150C)
ASTM Fuel B
@ + 70-85F (+21-29C)
7%

8%
F 152 Tensile Strength Across Grain 1900 psi
(13 N/mm2)
- Density: 105 lb/ft3
(1.7 gm/cc)
Pressure x Temperature Sealability Curve

 

 

The P x T graph shown above indicates the service limits for this sheet considering pressure and temperature simultaneously...(Tests were performed with nitrogen on 1.6mm thick sheet). The "normal" curve represents the common usage area for this sheet while the "maximum" curve indicates the maximum limits. For applications near or above the "maximum" curve, contact TEADIT.
Properties and application parameters shown are typical and are presented in good faith but no warranty is expressed or implied. This edition supersedes all previous issues and all data is subject to change without notice. 11/96

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