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Teshi Group is a Leading Supplier of Gasket in India

Teshi Group is a major supplier of Gasket in India. Teshi Group is India’s most reliable gasket supplier in India. Our high-quality gaskets, sensible customer service and in-house gasket processing capabilities have made us one of the emerging and leading suppliers of gasket in India. Teshi Group is an ISO 9001:2015 certified & IBR approved company that has existed since 1981. Teshi Group is a worldwide prime gasket dealer & supplier. So, we are known as one of the top-rated gasket dealer & supplier in India.

Types of Gasket

Gasket Specification, Grades & Material

Gasket
Standard Specification
Gasket Types
Non-metalic Gasket, Rope Gasket, Composite Gasket, Metalic Gasket.
Class
150 LBS, 300 LBS, 600 LBS, 900 LBS, 1500 LBS, 2500 LBS ASA 150, ASA 300, PN 6,10,16,25, 40,64,100,160 ETC. available with NACE MR 01-75
Size
1/2″ (15 NB) to 48″ (1200NB) DN10~DN5000
Types
Raised Face (RF), Flat Face (FF), Ring Type Joint (RTJ), Lap-Joint Face (LJF), Large Male-Female (LMF), Small Male-Female (SMF), Large Tongue & Groove, Small Tongue, Groove

Gasket
Dimension Standards

ASME B16.5 & B16.47, AWWA C207, IS 1538, IS 6392, EN 1092, BS-10, BS-4504, DIN-2527, MSS:SP-85 etc.

Gasket Packaging & Delivery Details

Pay Mode Terms- L/C (Letter of Credit), T/T (Bank Transfer), Other

Port of Dispatch- Any Port from India

Packaging Details- Gaskets are packaged with caution and safety so they reach our client’s as good as he would expect. Packaging Charges Extra.

Tax- 18% GST only for domestic delivery. No GST for other countries.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Why do we need a gasket?

A gasket stores energy, like a spring, and seals two mating surfaces that fail to perfectly meet. Wikipedia: “Fills the space between two objects, generally to prevent leakage between the two objects while under compression.

What is the function of a gasket?

Perhaps the most common use of a gasket is as a component of a sealing system, in which one of the major functions of the gasket is to create a seal between two other surfaces. (For instance, pipe gaskets are used to create a seal between two pieces of pipe when laying a pipeline).

Do gaskets expand?

Heavy equipment gaskets expand and contract at different rates than the metal or plastic surfaces that they seal. For example, a hot day causes a rubber seal and metal door to expand. If both expand too much, the rubber will exceed the gap between the door and the frame.

How do you measure a gasket?

When measuring a circular gasket, think of it as a clock. Use a tape measure or ruler and measure across the gasket from the 9:00 position to the 3:00 position. Measure the inside edges for the I.D. and the outside edges for the O.D. Next, count the number of BH (Bolt Holes) around the face of the gasket.

Why do manufacturers use composite gaskets?

The key reason for selecting composite gasket materials is their ability to seal under less-than-ideal flange conditions. Conformance makes up for variations in flange stiffness, surface finish, deformation, deflection, etc.

What is composite gasket material?

The classical composite head gasket is a compressible flat gasket. It consists of a tangled metal carrier sheet, onto which the composite material is rolled on both sides, i.e. engine block and cylinder head.

Where are metal gaskets used?

Metal gaskets are most often fabricated for use in applications where extreme temperatures, pressures, and chemicals are present. In the case of metal shims and washers, they are used in commonplace electrical and mechanical equipment, such as engines, machinery, and home appliances.

What is the purpose of a metal gasket?

A gasket is a seal that is manufactured to fit between two or more surfaces, such as two lengths of piping. The gasket is designed to prevent leakage whilst being subjected to varying levels of compression.

What are non-metallic gaskets?

Non-metallic gaskets, or soft gaskets, are fabricated from materials such as rubber, fiber, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and graphite. The material properties make them ideal for flat-faced applications with low pressures. Metallic gaskets are fabricated from one or a combination of metals.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a metallic gasket over a non-metallic gasket?

The metal offers strength and resiliency, while the non-metallic portion allows for easy conforming and sealing. Spiral-wound gaskets are commonly comprised of semi-metallic materials. These unique properties make semi-metallic gaskets suitable for the widest range of operating conditions.

What are non-metallic gaskets?

Non-metallic gaskets, or soft gaskets, are fabricated from materials such as rubber, fiber, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and graphite. The material properties make them ideal for flat-faced applications with low pressures. Metallic gaskets are fabricated from one or a combination of metals.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a metallic gasket over a non-metallic gasket?

The metal offers strength and resiliency, while the non-metallic portion allows for easy conforming and sealing. Spiral-wound gaskets are commonly comprised of semi-metallic materials. These unique properties make semi-metallic gaskets suitable for the widest range of operating conditions.

What is fiberglass rope?

Fiberglass ropes are a novel solution to various thermal sealing applications, providing a non-permanent thus easily replaceable, high-temperature resistant seal for stoves and furnaces of all styles and sizes. These ropes can also be silicone coated, which increases the abrasion-resistant properties.

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