Jampak® 27 uses a blend of high-performance PTFE fibers and chemically resistant lubricants. It is recommended for use in caustics, acids, sea water and certain solvents and processes. It can be utilized in pumps, rotating and reciprocating equipment.
Characteristics: •Malleable, putty-like consistency makes it easy to use and install. •Utilizes latest chemistry and fiber technology. •Works well on worn shafts by conforming to odd shapes. •Low coefficient of friction reduces heat. •Operates virtually leak free. •Convenient packaging.
Benefits •Reduces operating costs by being less costly over the life of the pump or valve. •Saves on energy consumption. •Reduces or eliminates downtime. •Extends equipment life. •Self Lubricating. •Reduces shaft and sleeve wear. •No flush required.
It is available in bulk containers of 4.4 lbs (2 kg), 8.8 lbs (4 kg).
Shaft Speed fpm (m/s)
Max. Temp. ºF (ºC)
Recommended Anti-extrusion Ring*
2007 / 2070
*Other styles of packing and other types of end rings such as cut gaskets may be substituted for end rings with varying performance. Consult factory for these recommendations.
Properties and application parameters shown throughout this data sheet are typical. Your specific application should not be undertaken without independent study and evaluation for suitability. For specific application recommendations consult TEADIT. Failure to select proper sealing products could result in property damage and/or serious personal injury. Specifications are subject to change without notice; this edition cancels all previous issues.
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