BUNA-N 10 Mesh Sanitary Tri-Clamp Gaskets

If removing extraneous, larger particles is your operation’s common practice for achieving optimal product quality, you need the BUNA-N 10 Mesh Sanitary Tri-Clamp Gaskets. These BUNA-N gaskets are the latest in fluid conditioning technology and are 100% made in the USA for value you can trust. We supply BUNA-N 10 Mesh Sanitary Tri-Clamp Gaskets in sizes ranging from 1.5” to 6”. Stainless Steel Express offers a large variety of BUNA-N gasket sizes to ensure a perfect fit.

We aim to make premium and affordable products to meet the specifications of your project. Our selection of Buna gaskets provide the seamless transition and flow you need to operate uninterrupted.

Product Details

Please refer to the Mesh/Micron Filter Chart for size information. Specifications:

Material

BUNA-N (Nitrile)316 Stainless Steel Mesh Overmold

Conformance

FDA Compliant
Meets 3A Standards
Fits 4" Tri-Clamp

Thermal Properties

Low Temperature Range: -70FMinimum for Continuous Use (Static): -40FBrittle Point: -70FHigh Temperature Range: +210F to +250FMaximum for Continuous Use (Static): +250F

Durometer or Hardness Range

20-95 Shore A

Tensile Strength Range

200-3,500 PSI

Elongation Range (%)

350%-650%

Gas Permeability: Excellent Abrasion Resistance: ExcellentTear Resistance: ExcellentResilience / Rebound: Good

Chemical Compatibility

Chemical compatibility measures the stability of a substance when mixed with another substance. Our Tri-Clamp Gaskets are made to stand the test of a variety of common substances, but have certain vulnerabilities to note for operation.

Don’t be brave; be safe. Stainless Steel Express recommends no more than a -40F° operating temperature and is not responsible for users running their systems with incompatible chemicals.

Alcohol

Compatibility Grade (A- Excellent, B- Good, C- Fair, D- Severe)

Amyl

B

Benzyl

D

Butyl

C

Diacetone

D

Ethyl

C

Hexyl

F

Isobutyl

B

Isopropyl

B

Methyl

A

Octyl

B

Propyl

A

Solvents

Compatibility Grade (A- Excellent, B- Good, C- Fair, D- Severe)

Butane

A

Propane

A

Why BUNA-N over Viton?

Lower temperature range

Lower costs

Better compressibility and spring

Excellent resistance to major/popular solvents (Butane/Propane)

Better tear resistance

Better abrasion resistance