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James Walker Gasket Materials

James Walker Gasket Material




The full range of James Walker gasket materials are available from PAR Group.  If you require assistance selecting the best type of James Walker material for your application, please contact our sales office. In order for us to provide you with the best advice please provide us with the following detail:

  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Conveyant
  • Gasket Size (If standard flange, please see the flange gasket tables)

James Walker gasket materials can also be CNC cut into gaskets and shapes to almost any profile. Please contact our sales office to discuss your requirement.


Sheet Size (mtrs): 2 x 1.5, 1.5 x 1.0
Thickness (mm): 0.5 up to 3

James Walker Materials Available

Chieftain® Gasket Material

A premium grade universal sheet jointing based on carbon fibre for its strength and durability. Gives outstanding chemical and steam resistance. We also offer KLINGERsil C4500 as an alternative material.
Max Temperature: +450°C

Centurion® Gasket Material

A high performance sheet jointing manufactured from glass and aramid fibres with a nitrile binder. Approved for gaseous oxygen services. We also offer KLINGERsil C4430 as an alternative material.
Max Temperature: +440°C

Sentinel® Gasket Material

A general purpose jointing. Manufactured from compressed aramid fibre with nitrile binder. We also offer KLINGERsil C4400 as an alternative material.
Max Temperature: +400°C

Inca Gasket Material

A lower cost jointing that does not sacrifice quality. Manufactured from glass and aramid fibres with a nitrile binder. A durable jointing for many different applications.
Max Temperature: +350°C

Lion Blue Gasket Material

Economical sheet jointing for non-critical duties. Manufactured from an organic fibre with a nitrile binder. Ideal for use at modest temperatures with non-aggressive media.
Max Temperature: +120°C