Graphite glass knitted rope


Description

  • Graphite adds lubrication to result in a very  slippery rope with electrical conductivity. 
  • Resists molten splash and splatter very well as it cannot stick to the graphite.
  • Used at 1000°F /537°C continuous, 1112°F /600°C for long time, much higher for short periods

 

Graphite coated knitted ropes are treated with a Graphite/Silicone oil impregnation, a specially formulated, non shedding, lubricating graphite finish that improves resistance to both temperature and abrasion.

 

Common applications 

Used for making gaskets on a variety of industrial and commercial boilers, ovens, furnaces. Used as a high temperature packing for shaft seals. Also used for residential wood and pellet stoves. 

 

1000°F / 537°C continuous rating, high insulation value & excellent personnel protection

 

Specification

1000°F / 537°C:  Graphite Coated Fiberglass  Knitted Rope    

Without/With Core   Dense Rope

Part number

Diameter(mm)

Weight(g/m)

Roll length(m)

WFR5210G

10

80

100

WFR5212G

12.5

110

100

WFR5215G

15

140

50

WFR5216G

16

160

50

WFR5219G

19

200

50

WFR5220G

20

220

50

WFR5225G

25

345

30

Graphite coating weight is around 8% added on above weight

 

Other applications include a general purpose rope for industrial use, to suspend or hang objects or tie-off in high temperature environments in steel mills, aluminum and metals processing plants, etc