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Flange Gaskets

Flange Gaskets

Flange Gaskets

Flange Gaskets – In its most simple form, a flange gasket is used to join or fit between two sections of pipe. Typically, each pipe section has a flared area that provides a surface for the gasket to attach to. Two types of flange gaskets include Ring Gaskets and Full Face Gaskets. A ring gasket is a gasket with an inner diameter (ID) and an outer diameter (OD). A full face gasket is similar to a ring gasket. The difference is full face flange gaskets have bolt holes (aligned in a bolt circle) in the surface area between the ID and OD. Both ring gaskets and full face gaskets are available in metric and standard sizes, as well as a variety of thickness.


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