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SPECIAL ELASTOMERS MECHANICAL JOINT X IPS TRANSITION GASKET
Mechanical-Joint_Transition_page1_image3 The MJ X IPS Transition gasket is designed to be used in cast iron mechanical joint fittings for adapting to PVC or steel pipe (IPS dimensions).  These gaskets made of SBR are usually used for water and domestic sewage service.  MJ X IPS Transition gaskets made from SBR are used for air or liquid temperatures up to 150°F.  For applications with temperatures above 150°F, or for other special service applications, consult the table below or call your Maloney Technical Products Customer Service Representative.

MJ X IPS Transition Gasket

Available in the following compounds:
COMPOUNDS: MAX SERVICE TEMPERATURE: COMMON USES:
 Water & Sewer Air
EPDM 212°F 150°F
Vegetable Oil, Alcohols, Dilute Acids, Diluted Alkalis, MEK,
Acetone, fresh water, sea water, storm water, sanitary sewage & reclaimed water
Nitrile 150°F 125°F Fresh water, salt water, sanitary sewage, storm water, petroleum products, oils, fats, chemicals, greases
Neoprene 200°F 150°F Fresh water, salt water, sanitary sewage, storm water, greases
FKM 212°F 300°F Fresh water, salt water, storm water, aromatic hydrocarbons, fuels, acids, vegetable oils, petroleum products, and most chemicals and solvents
  • Sizes 4″-16″
  • Standard SBR made per ANSI/AWWA C111/A-21.11.
  • When properly installed these gaskets can be used at working pressures up to 350 psi or the pressure rating of the pipe, whichever is less.

DIMENSIONS FOR MJ X IPS TRANSITION GASKETS

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Size A B C
4″ 5.97 4.43 1.26
6″ 8.05 6.53 1.25
8″ 10.14 8.50 1.27
10″ 12.17 10.59 1.26
12″ 14.24 12.56 1.28
14″ 16.16 13.77 1.20
16″ 18.23 15.80 1.20


Call a Maloney Technical Product Customer Service Representative with the project specifications for recommendation on best compound to use for a special application, current lead times and for pricing. Maloney maintains inventory on many of the sizes and special compounds

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