NAVY - MIL-DTL-22050F
GASKET AND PACKING MATERIAL, RUBBER, FOR USE WITH POLAR FLUIDS, STEAM, AND AIR AT MODERATELY HIGH TEMPERATURES
|Publication Date:||13 May 2019|
This specification covers rubber gaskets and packing material, seals, strips, molded forms, and sheet material for use with hot air, hot water, steam, and various polar fluids, such as aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA), at moderately high temperatures (see 6.1).
The material furnished under this specification is intended for use in air at temperatures up to 230 °F and in water, steam, and certain polar fluids at temperatures up to 280 °F. This material is... View More
The material furnished under this specification is intended for use in air at temperatures up to 230 °F and in water, steam, and certain polar fluids at temperatures up to 280 °F. This material is especially intended for use in CO2 scrubbers, in high-discharge systems, and in flexible joints. The suitability of this material for use in fluids other than those designated in this specification is determined beforehand in appropriate immersion tests. The grades and applications of the material are as follows:
a. Grade 1 material is intended for use in all applications in 1.1, at temperatures up to and including 230 °F.
b. Grades 2 and 3 materials are intended for use in all applications listed in 1.1, at temperatures up to and including 280 °F, except that grade 3 is not intended for use in various polar fluids such as aqueous MEA.
This product must survive in a maritime environment in excess of commercial standards and operate at higher levels of reliability to meet the Navy's mission.View Less