September 2014, Vol. 241, No. 9

TechNotes

What Is A Fishbone Gasket?

An interesting name? You bet it is, and it merits some explanation. Fishbone Gasket is a recent innovation in the traditionally boring gasket market, and hopefully the ultimate solution for high-temperature and high-pressure sealing problems. Gaskets are an important factor in plant safety. This is especially true for the industries moving lots of fluid, such as oil and gas sector, chemical plants, paper mills and power plants. Similarly, pipelines flow volatile chemicals and hot pressurized steam with fluids passes at millions of connecting points, including flanges, valves seats, heat exchangers and reactor covers. Companies need reliable ways to seal – companies need ga

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