NA1076Compressed Sheet with Aramid Fibers, Neoprene Binder
Description and Applications
Style NA1076 sheet is a good all purpose sheet that is specifically formulated to handle a broad range of refrigerants. In addition, Style 1076 is suitable for services handling water, saturated steam, oils, fuels, mild acids and alkalies.
Style NA1076 is a compressed fiber sheet gasket material produced from a combination of aramid and other synthetic fibers and bonded with neoprene rubber (CR). It is manufactured through the hot calender process under rigorous quality control standards that are registered under ISO-9001 certification.
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