ZI-201 Polyethylene foam gasket (PE), White
ZI-202 Polyethylene foam gasket (PE), dark grey
ZI-203 Polyethylene foam gasket (PE) for MU overcollars, dark grey
ZI-204 Self-adhesive rubber edge molding (SKK) for access doors
ZI-206 Vitreous fibers gasket (GF)
ZI-207 Rockwool gasket (SW)
ZI-208 EPDM gasket, black
ZI-209 EPDM gasket for the insulated access doors IRD-2, -3, -4
ZI-210 Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR)
ZI-211 Silikon-Dichtung (SI)
ZI-302 Isolation Hangers Rubber Parts
ZI-401 HD sealant
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Chemicals and oils are available in very different qualities. Their properties vary depending on their concentration, operating temperatures, possible mix with other chemicals and the eventual presence of impurities. This is why gasket manufacturers only provide general information about the resistance of their products to various chemicals. It is therefore necessary to ask your suppliers of oils, solvents and other chemicals which materials (galvanized steel, stainless steel, etc.) and which gaskets (PE, EPDM, NBR, Silicone, etc.) they recommend. In view of the above it is also advisable that the client runs some tests in order to assess if the gaskets are suitable for the intended application. If you send us an inquiry or order, we assume that the above points have been clarified.
The present additional information have been compiled carefully. They are only indications intended to provide counsel. They are the result of internal tests and information provided by our suppliers. There is no guarantee for completeness and accuracy. More precise information can only be made available through focused tests on a case by case basis. The provided indications do not discharge the user from conducting his own tests. Please make sure that the product is suitable for the intended use. Changes, errors and omissions excepted. Free translation: the German version prevails.