We are Manufacturer, Supplier of PTFE (Polytetrafluroethylene) STEP Gaskets and our setup is situated at M.I.D.C., Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India.

PTFE step gaskets are specialized sealing components designed to create a reliable and leak-free seal in flanged connections with varying flange sizes or thicknesses. PTFE step gaskets find applications in various industries, including chemical processing, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, food and beverage, and many others. They are commonly used in flanged connections, such as pipeline systems, pumps, valves, and equipment requiring a secure and leak-free seal, especially in cases where different flange sizes or thicknesses need to be accommodated.

Key features and benefits of PTFE step gaskets include :
Versatile Sealing Solution :

PTFE step gaskets are designed to accommodate flanged connections with different sizes or thicknesses. They feature a stepped design with varying diameters or thicknesses, allowing them to bridge the gap between two flanges of different dimensions or compensate for uneven flange surfaces.

Chemical Resistance :

PTFE step gaskets offer exceptional resistance to a wide range of chemicals, acids, solvents, and corrosive substances. They can withstand exposure to aggressive media without degradation, making them suitable for use in chemically harsh environments.

High Temperature Resistance :

PTFE step gaskets can handle high temperatures, ranging from cryogenic conditions up to approximately 260°C (500°F). They retain their sealing properties even at elevated temperatures, making them ideal for applications involving heat or thermal cycling.

Effective Sealing :

PTFE has a low coefficient of friction and excellent deformability, allowing it to conform to the irregularities of the flange surfaces and create a reliable seal. PTFE step gaskets provide excellent sealing properties, preventing leakage and ensuring efficient operation of the flanged connection.

PTFE step gaskets can be custom-machined or fabricated to match specific application requirements, including the dimensions and step configurations needed to bridge the gap between different flange sizes or compensate for uneven flange surfaces.