TN-9000 has a fully cured nitrile butadiene binder with Aramid fiber. It has good tensile strength, low creep relaxation, and excellent fuel and oil resistance. It is intended for applications with high flange pressures and temperatures, with short duration maximum temperatures up to 400°C (750°F).
|Density, g/cc(lb/cu.ft)||1.44 (90) (min.)||ASTM F 1315|
|Compressibility, % (at 34.5MPa)||7 - 17||ASTM F 36|
|Recovery, %||50 (min.)||ASTM F 36|
|Tensile Strength, AMD, MPa(psi)||17.24 (2500) (min.)||ASTM F 152|
|Fluid Resistance, IRM903 Oil||ASTM F 146|
|Change in Tensile Strength, %||35 (max.)|
|Change in Thickness, %||10 (max.)|
|Change in Compressibility, %||30 (max.)|
|Fluid Resistance, Fuel B||ASTM F 146|
|Change in Thickness, %||15 (max.)|
|Change in Weight, %||20 (max.)|
|Binder Type||Fully Cured Nitrile Butadiene|
Remarks and Related Documents
Specification values determined by the test methods required for ASTM F-104, Type 7 materials.
The information on this data sheet is based on laboratory test data we believe to be accurate, relevant and reliable. Please look upon these values as guides rather than absolutes. Since actual service conditions for a given application may vary substantially from standard laboratory conditions, specific recommendations or warranties relative to a specific end use cannot be made. The buyer is urged to conduct its own investigations and qualification tests to determine suitability for its intended application. Atlantic Gasket Corp. shall not be liable for any damages arising out of the use of any of its guide specifications.
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