Pure graphite adhesive tape
Examples of refractory tapes are made of graphite fiber woven tapes and are also used to seal all types of flanges. These tapes can withstand high pressure and the maximum pressure they can withstand is 25 bar.
First, let's review graphite fiber and its features to have more comprehensive information about this product:
Carbon fiber (graphite)
Carbon fiber or carbon fiber, graphite fiber, graphite fiber, carbon graphite or CF are materials that are made of very thin fibers (about 0.005 to 0.010 mm in diameter) and mostly carbon atoms. The carbon atoms in microscopic crystals are bonded together and more or less parallel to the axis of the fibers. Several thousand carbon atoms are put together to form a yarn. These materials can be combined with plastics to produce some composite materials, such as polymer-reinforced carbon fibers, which are relatively weight-resistant. The density of these materials is lower than steel and therefore can be used in devices that require low weight. Some properties of carbon fiber, such as high tensile strength, low mass and low thermal expansion, make it very suitable for use in aerospace, civil engineering, military industry and some sports equipment. In any case, these materials are much more expensive than similar materials such as fiberglass and plastic. Carbon fiber is about half the weight of steel and 5 times stronger than steel.
Pure graphite adhesive tape:
Pure graphite refractory tape is made of flexible and accordion-shaped graphite sheet, one side of which is impregnated with glue, and has good performance against high heat and pressure. Pure graphite tape is used in hot water, hot oil, ammonia, gas, etc. environments and at different levels and in different forms. Pure adhesive graphite refractory tape is available in thicknesses of 0.5 to 1 mm and widths of 2.2 inches, 8.3 inches, 4.3 inches and one inch.