Beater Sheets

Blaylock Gasket & Packing offers a different variety of Beater Addition materials to help you find just the right material to meet your sealing requirements.  Composed of different fibers and binders we are certain that Blaylock Gasket & Packing is “Your Sealing Source” for all your gasket applications

BA100

 

Description:

BA100 is a mix of reinforced fibers and a Nitrile binder for outstanding sealing characteristics. BA100 is particularly suited for use in engine applications as it is resistant against oils, fuels and water areas such as gearboxes, oil pans and carburetors. 

 

Color: Charcoal Gray (Unbranded)

 

Technical Data:

 

Thickness Tested 0.030" (0.80 mm)
Density - lb/ft3 (g/cm3) 79 (1.27)
Compressibility @5000 psi 18.65%
Tensile Strength - PSI (MPa) 1578 (10.88)
Recovery 52.38%
Max. Operating Temp. 350° F (180° C)
ASTM No. 3 Oil
Weight Increase % 11.46
Thickness Increase % 3.17
Fuel "B"
Weight Increase % 20.54
Thickness Increase % 6.13
Water (Distilled)
Weight Increase % 22.61
Thickness Increase % 8.18

ASTM F104 Line Call Out F724255E54M5

This material is manufactured to ASTM standards and meets basic requirements indicated.  Since industry practices vary, we make no warranty, expressed or implied, concerning their use, nor do we accept responsibility for any misapplications of these products or their use under any condition.

 

BA100 Material Comparison Chart:

Binder                   Interface Solutions                          Ahlstrom             Velumoid

NBR                       N-8090, N-8092, NI-2085               Tempflex 450     Vellutherms

                                     NI-2277, NI-2086                         Tempflex 456       611/650

Above materials are an appropriate comparison of sheet materials according to descriptions found in published catalogs.  This list is not intended as a recommendation for direct substitutions and/or as a limitation of the versatility of any one product.

BA200

 

Description:

BA200 is a general purpose cellulose filled fiber Nitrile binder (NBR) Latex binder material. BA200 is particularly suited for use in engine engines, Chemical Pumps, Diesel Engines, Oil Pumps, Fuel Pumps and Water Pumps.

 

Color: Medium Dark Grey/ Dark Grey (Unbranded)

 

Technical Data:

Thickness Tested 0.030" (0.80 mm)
Density - lb/ft3 (g/cm3) 56 (0.90)
Compressibility @5000 psi 35%
Tensile Strength - PSI (MPa) 2190 (15.10)
Recovery 26%
Max. Operating Temp. 300° F (150° C)
ASTM No. 3 Oil
Weight Increase % 34
Thickness Increase % 3
Fuel "B"
Weight Increase % 31
Thickness Increase % 3
Water (Distilled)
Weight Increase % 37
Thickness Increase % 20

 

ASTM F104 Line Call Out F726156E51M5

 

This material is manufactured to ASTM standards and meets basic requirements indicated.  Since industry practices vary, we make no warranty, expressed or implied, concerning their use, nor do we accept responsibility for any misapplications of these products or their use under any condition.

 

BA200 Material Comparison Chart:

Binder                   Interface Solutions                         

NBR Latex           N-8094, Betaflex 87        

                                     Tempseal 180                              

Above materials are an appropriate comparison of sheet materials according to descriptions found in published catalogs.  This list is not intended as a recommendation for direct substitutions and/or as a limitation of the versatility of any one product.

 

BA300

 

Description:

BA300 is a cork cellulose fiber with SBR binder for swelling characteristics. BA300 is particularly suited for any surface that is uneven and seals against Water, Oil and some Fuels.

 

Color: Brown/ Brown (Unbranded)

 

Technical Data:

Thickness Tested 0.060" (1.6 mm)
Density - lb/ft3 (g/cm3) 46 (0.73)
Compressibility @5000 psi 31%
Tensile Strength - PSI (MPa) 1108 (7.64)
Recovery 32%
Max. Operating Temp. 300° F (150° C)
ASTM No. 3 Oil
Weight Increase % 50
Thickness Increase % 11
Fuel "B"
Weight Increase % 58
Thickness Increase % 13
Water (Distilled)
Weight Increase % 31
Thickness Increase % 20

ASTM F104 Line Call Out F336276E74M3

 

This material is manufactured to ASTM standards and meets basic requirements indicated.  Since industry practices vary, we make no warranty, expressed or implied, concerning their use, nor do we accept responsibility for any misapplications of these products or their use under any condition.

 

BA300 Material Comparison Chart:

Binder                   Interface Solutions                         

SBR                        CS-301, Betaflex 74

                                                     

Above materials are an appropriate comparison of sheet materials according to descriptions found in published catalogs.  This list is not intended as a recommendation for direct substitutions and/or as a limitation of the versatility of any one product.

 

BA400

 

Description:

BA400 is a cellulose fiber mixture with SBR latex binder material with controlled swelling abilities.  BA400 is particularly suited for applications which include oil, coolant and where irregular surfaces require swelling to seal the flange.        

 

Color: Medium Light Grey / Medium Grey (Unbranded)

 

Technical Data:

Thickness Tested 0.030" (0.80 mm)
Density - lb/ft3 (g/cm3) 50 (0.80)
Compressibility @5000 psi 35%
Tensile Strength - PSI (MPa) 1710 (11.79)
Recovery 28%
Max. Operating Temp. 350° F (180° C
ASTM No. 3 Oil
Weight Increase % 52
Thickness Increase % 26
Fuel "B"
Weight Increase % 53
Thickness Increase % 18
Water (Distilled)
Weight Increase % 34
Thickness Increase % 16

ASTM F104 Line Call Out F726465E65M5

 

This material is manufactured to ASTM standards and meets basic requirements indicated.  Since industry practices vary, we make no warranty, expressed or implied, concerning their use, nor do we accept responsibility for any misapplications of these products or their use under any condition.

 

BA100 Material Comparison Chart:

Binder                   Interface Solutions                         

NBR                           S-8091, S-207,               

                                     Betaflex 77                   

Above materials are an appropriate comparison of sheet materials according to descriptions found in published catalogs.  This list is not intended as a recommendation for direct substitutions and/or as a limitation of the versatility of any one product.

 

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