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NPFC - MIL-G-24696

GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 16 May 1990
Status: inactive
Page Count: 7

Document History

July 21, 2020
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
Sheet gasket material is intended for U.S. Navy non-propulsion and propulsion use in steam piping joints for service up to 150 psig, 366 °F; for use in water service applications up to 400 psig, 300...
September 5, 2008
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
Sheet gasket material is intended for non-propulsion and propulsion use in steam piping joints for service up to 150 psig, 366 °F, and for use in water service applications up to 400 psig, 300 °F,...
February 18, 1998
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
This appendix describes a high pressure test for determining the performance of gasket materials covered under this specification. This appendix is a mandatory part of this specification. The...
May 25, 1995
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
Sheet gasket material is intended for non-propulsion and propulsion use in steam piping joints for service up to 150 lb/in2 gauge, 425°F (218°C), and for use in water service applications up to 400...
December 30, 1992
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
Sheet gasket material is intended for non-propulsion and propulsion use in steam piping joints for service up to 150 1b/in2 gauge, 425°F (218°C) and for use in water service applications up to 400...
September 4, 1990
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
A description is not available for this item.
MIL-G-24696
May 16, 1990
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
A description is not available for this item.
March 21, 1989
GASKET, SHEET, NON-ASBESTOS
Sheet gasket material is intended for non-propulsion and propulsion use in steam piping joints for service up to 150 1b/in2 gauge, 425° F (218° C) and for use in water service applications up to 400...

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