Durlon® 9200W is a filled PTFE gasket material designed for use in aggressive chemicals. Including caustics, hydrogen peroxide, sodium hypochlorite, nitric acid, liquors and digester in pulp and paper service. Applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and plastics industries include butadiene, hydrofluoric acid, vinyl chloride, methyl methacrylates, and styrene. It is also used extensively in railroad tankcar applications and can be used where resistance to highly aggressive chemicals is required.
Durlon® 9200W is also used for hydrofluoric acid service at moderate concentrations and temperatures or where a barium sulfate filled PTFE gasket material is specified within a temperature range of –350°F to 520°F (-212°C to 271°C), or with pressure up to 1500 psi (10.3 MPa). Style 9200W (granite white, branded) conforms to FDA requirements.
Barium sulfate fillers are homogeneously blended with pure PTFE resins to give Durlon® 9200 its physical and mechanical properties. Independent testing has shown the fillers in Durlon® 9200 to be more evenly dispersed than filled PTFE with layered construction. The result is more consistent physical and mechanical properties without the voids, separation and chemical compatibility problems found in layered filled PTFE. It is suitable for use in steel flanges, will not exhibit the cold flow problems associated with virgin or generic skived PTFE or the hardness problems of some other filled PTFE products. It has excellent sealability, cuts easily and separates cleanly from flanges after use.
|Pressure, max, bar (psi)
|Density, g/cc (lbs/ft3)
|Creep Relaxation, %
|Tensile Strength, MPa (psi)
ASTM 2378 (Nitrogen)
|Leakage, mbar .1 (m .5)
TA-Luft (VDI 2440)
iBar (14.5 psi)
|1.89 x 10-5
Note: ASTM properties based on 1/16″ sheet thickness except ASTM F38, which is based on 1/32″ sheet thickness. This is a general guide only and should not be the sole means of accepting or rejecting this material. The data listed here falls within the normal range of product properties but should not be used to establish specification limits nor used alone as the basis of design.
*For applications above Class 300, consult your representative.