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No other company manufactures more gaskets... supplies more specialty components... and provides more solutions for Tank & Rail Cars than Gaskoa.   With products being produced every day for all major Tank & Rail Car OEM manufacturers..

However, in addition to its OEM Tank & Rail Car customers, Gaskoa also supports all major Maintenance Facilities and Service Shops that keep these vital transport systems running smoothly.  Through custom inventory and delivery programs, one-site support and a dedicated team of Engineering and Customer Service staff, Gaskoa has committed itself to  making certain that every Tank & Rail Car customer gets exactly the parts they need, exactly when they need it.

TYPICAL TANK & RAIL CAR GASKET APPLICATIONS

>  Manways  >  End Caps  >  Inlets/Outlets

>  Flanges  >  Hatches  >  Vents  >  Valves

MATERIAL SOLUTIONS FOR TANK & RAIL CAR APPLICATIONS

Gasket Materials

  • GRI/Durlon®
  • Garlock/Gylon®
  • Teadit
  • Thermoseal/Klinger® Klingersil®
  • Polycarbon

Graphite Based Materials

>  Graftech (formerly UCAR)/Grafoil®

>  Garlock/Graph-Lock® Graphite Sheet

>  SGL Technic Polycarbon/Sigraflex®

>  Flexitallic - Flexicarb® Graphite Based

PTFE Based Materials & Products

>  GRI/Durlon® 9000/9000N PTFE Filled

>  Garlock/Gylon® Series PTFE

>  Thermoseal/Kilnger® Top-Chem® PTFE

>  GORE/Gore-Tex® & Gore® GR PTFE

>  Chevron Sets > Packing Rings > Ball Valve Seats > Mach. Rings

Solid Rubber Materials for Gaskets, Seals and Orings

>  Viton® (Gaskoa is part of the GENUINE VITON® License Program)

>  Nitrile Buna-N (Standard)

>  Neoprene® (FDA)

>  Silicone (FDA)

>  Nitrile Buna-N (FDA)

>  Butyl

>  EPDM

>  Oring Seals are available in these and other synthetic rubber compounds

Metal Products

>  Spiral Wound Gaskets > Custom Fabricated Components

SPECIAL SERVICES SUPPORTING TANK & RAIL CAR

Inventory Services

>  Material Stocking Programs  >  JIT  >  KANBAN >  Expedited Shipping/Delivery Programs

Engineering Support

>  Support >  Samples for Testing  >  Fast Prototyping