World Wide Metric Introduces Garlock Gaskets

press release
Friday, March 16, 2012

World Wide Metric Announces the Addition of Garlock Gaskets.
 

World Wide Metric has recently added gaskets to our wide variety of products. Recently partnering with Garlock, a well known provider of high-performance fluid sealing products for the world’s processing industries, Garlock 5500 Gaskets are now available in full face and ring type in metric JIS and DIN flange configurations. 
 

The Garlock 5500 provides a tight seal that offers great stability with minimal weight loss. As well as a reduced creep relaxation with an improved retention providing optimal seal ability. Garlock 5500’s non-oxidizing fibers withstand continuous operating temperature of up to 550°F (290°C), and maximum spike of 800°F. (425°C) Also, the IFG® 5500 has passed the Garlock Fire Test and is ABS Fire Safe Type Approved. For more information on the Garlock 5500 Gasket and other Garlock products please contact World Wide Metric.
 

World Wide Metric is a Technical Wholesale Distributor Focused on the Maritime, Energy, Industrial Flow Control, and Fluid Power Markets. Products include a broad range of JIS & DIN Metric and ANSI Valves and Flanges, Metric and SAE Hydraulic Fittings and Tubing, Hose and Hose Fittings, BSP Fittings, Pipe Couplings (Grip and Flex), Repair Clamps, and Expansion Joints. www.worldwidemetric.com
 

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