Spiral Wound Gaskets use Non-Asbestos inorganic paper, VALQUAFOIL™ (expanded graphite) and VALFLON™ (PTFE) tape as filler materials, and exhibit good elasticity by means of a V-shaped hoop.

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Product name
Spiral Wound Gaskets made of lined mica filler (with inner/outer ring)

Spiral Wound Gaskets made of expanded graphite filler, and clothless mica filler made by special manufacturing process has excellent sealability and remarkably improved heat resistance because of anti oxidation effect to expanded graphite by mica filler.
The outer ring of the gasket with an outer and inner rings is useful as a guide for adjusting the amount of reinforcement and tightening of the gasket, making gasket centering easy.
In addition, use of an inner ring prevents the inner diameter side of this gasket from deformation even if the gasket is tightened too much. For this reason, gaskets with inner and outer rings are the most reliable high-temperature/high-pressure gaskets that can be mounted on raised face flanges.
Temperature limit 750℃

Applicable fluids
Water, Sea water, Hot water, Steam,Crude oil, Alcohol, Animal & vegetable oil, Heat transfer oil,General solvent, Weak acid, Weak alkali,Strong oxidizing acid, strong alkali,Air, Nitrogen gas, Inert gas,Exhaust gas,Inflammable gas,Poisonous,Extremely low temperature liquids,
Inappropriate fluid
For super high temperature

■ Dimensions

Standard Flange

For JIS pipe flanges=10K、16K、20K、30K、40K、63K For JPI and ANSI pipe flanges=Classes 150, 300, 400, 600, 900, 1500, 2500 Gaskets complying with other standards such as ASME and MSS are also available. ▼ For non-st

Non-Standard Flange

Gasket thickness(mm) Manufacturing ranges
4.5(V) 10〜2500
6.4(W) 300〜2500

The sign "( )" shows thickness classifications.

Round type gaskets are available.

■ Design data

Basic design With outer ring With inner ring With inner/outer ring
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Filler material: Mica and VALQUAFOIL tape

■ Available ranges

Temperature(℃) Pressure(MPa)
-200〜750 30.0

1. Temperature and pressure show individual service limits.
2. The above temperature ranges vary depending on the material used for the hoops and the inner & outer rings.

■ Design criteria

Gasket factor”m” Minimum design
seating stress"y"
tightening stress
tightening stress
3.0 68.9 35.0 70.0

The recommended tightening stress are the pressures required under normal conditions, and correspond to the projected area of the gasket, where fluid pressure is not taken into consideration.

Separate consultation is required, where flange deformation is anticipated for large diameter gaskets.

■ The fluid-wise available ranges

The fluid-wise available ranges

■ Upon placing order


Q. Is it possible to manufacture the spiral wound gasket in sizes other than the standard size?

A. Yes, it is possible for both the gasket main unit and inner & outer rings as long as you specify the size. However, please contact us because there is a range in which manufacturing is possible such as for the width.

Q. I want to control the width of the opening in the flange such as with a sheet gasket. How should I do this?

A. Control with width of the opening in the flange is prone to cause a margin of error and an accurate tightening stress cannot be obtained. It is effective for uneven tightening, so please use it in conjunction with control of tightening torque.

Q. Please tell me about the difference in the gasket dimensions between flanges of the JPI and ASME/ANSI standards.

A. JPI basically quotes from ASME/ANSI, so there are cases in which the dimensions differ slightly due to rounding error during the millimeter conversion of the original number. We understand that, in actual use, the function of the gasket is fulfilled to an equivalent degree by both dimensions.

Q. Why does leakage occur during stop or re-operation even though there are no problems during plant operation?

A. Expansion and contraction of the flange, bolt, pipe and the like will occur due to temperature changes. As a result, a tendency of reduced tightening force in the gasket main unit is often observed when the temperature decreases (including low temperature at the time of initial re-operation), and leakage occurs due to relaxation. We therefore generally recommend a retightening of the gasket before re-operation after the first heat addition.

Q. Is retightening effective when leakage occurs?

A. Is retightening effective when leakage occurs?

Q. I am not sure which gasket to select, so could you select it for me?

A. If you contact us together with your operating conditions, we will recommend an appropriate product based on our technician's selection.