Ring Joint Gaskets
Ring joint gaskets are most often used in high pressure applications in oil/chemical refineries and oilfield drilling applications. Delmar Company can provide ring joint gaskets in a range of sizes and shapes, and pressure-rated for applications up to 20,000 PSI.
Metal Ring Joint Gaskets for All Applications
Ring joint gaskets, or ring type joints (or RTJs), are manufactured from solid metal. These metal gaskets available in a range of shapes (round, oval, octagonal, etc.) and sizes to fit all types of equipment. Various materials are available—the hardness of the ring joint gasket should always be lower than the hardness of the flanges into which it will be installed to avoid flange deformation.
Delmar Company offers ring type joints from leading manufacturers. All ring joint gaskets are manufactured to ASME B16.20 specifications. Our expert team is available, as needed, to help you find the right option for your unique application. Contact us today to discuss your requirements.
Safety is Our #1 Priority
Using the right ring type joint for your application is of utmost importance. Gasket and equipment failure, personal injury, or worse could occur with an unsuitable gasket in place. To prevent mishaps like these from occurring, we do everything we can to ensure that you receive the best and safest ring joint gasket for your needs.
We use a series of questions, which we call STAMP, to determine which gasket is right for your application. Please keep the following questions in mind when specifying your ring type joint:
- S: Size of the gasket
- T: Temperature range the gasket will operate in
- A: Application—is it a valve? a pump? a heat exchanger? etc.
- M: Media—what will the gasket prevent from leaking?
- P: Pressure range the gasket will operate in
If we don’t have the ring joint gasket you need, we’ll help you find the right product for the job—even if it means sending you to another supplier. If we can supply the safest and most reliable gasket for your application, we won’t sell you anything at all. Safety is always our #1 priority.