Pipe Unions exhibit high temperature resistance.

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Available in 316 Stainless Steel, Monel, Hastalloy, Inconel, and more, HART Industrial spiral wound gasket unions provide Class 3000 Service in extreme temperature and environmental conditions. Flat face design provide turbulence-free fit across seats. While standard graphite spiral wound gasket union is resistant to 850°F and suited for hydrocarbon and superheated steam service, optional silicate spiral wound gasket union is resistant to 1,850°F for superheated and chemical service.



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New! HART High Temperature Resistant Pipe Unions



HART Industrial spiral wound gasket unions are engineered to provide Class 3000 Service in extreme temperature and environmental conditions.  Operational conditions such as temperature, pressure, and media will dictate selection of the proper spiral wound gasket for your application.



Unions containing spiral wound gaskets can be supplied to meet national standards such as MSS-SP-83 and ASME B16.20.  The pipe union design is similar in principle to flange joints, but outperforms the difficulties associated with standard "ground-joint" pipe unions.  This is accomplished by forming the seal with replaceable spiral wound gaskets without the need of a ground joint (ball & cone).  Our flat face design provide turbulence-free fit across seats.  This design is ideal where piping requirements dictate the necessity of having a flat face seal to make and break the pipe line.



All HART Unions are Made in the USA!



Application & Performance:

Standard graphite spiral wound gasket union

Resistant to 850*F (450 C) for hydrocarbon, superheated steam service, and more!

Optional silicate spiral wound gasket union

Resistant to 1850*F (1050 C) for superheated and chemical service!

Available in a variety of materials including 316 Stainless Steel, Monel, Hastalloy, Inconel, and more!

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