Star 21 International is the largest stockist for RTJ (ring type joint) gaskets in Southeast Asia. We manufacture and supply RTJ gaskets that have passed various international standards. Highly reliable and safe, many of our gaskets are widely used in the oil, gas, chemical, petrochemical, offshore, railway, atomic energy, and shipping industries.
Star 21’s RTJ joint gaskets are specifically designed to deliver topnotch tolerance and tightness to withstand pressure as well as temperature changes that are encountered during operations. On top of this, we ensure they are free from imperfections so that their reliability and safety are not compromised.
R-Type: Commonly utilized in the petrochemical industry, an R-type gasket is a basic RTJ gasket in the market. We offer R-type RTJ gaskets in two classifications: oval and octagonal. The oval R-Type RTJ gasket is the original design while the octagonal counterpart is an alteration to the former. The octagonal R-type RTJ gasket is ideal if you are looking for a gasket that delivers better sealing properties.
RX-Type: An RX-type RTJ gasket is constructed in such a way that it can be interchanged with an R-type RTJ gasket. When interchanged, it actually delivers a better sealing performance. That’s because compared to an R-type RTJ gasket, an RX- type is wider, which means its flange face-to-face separation is tighter. Due to its superb sealing attributes, it is widely used by operators who want utmost protection against unnecessary and prolonged shock loadings and vibrations.
BX Type: A BX-type RTJ gasket is known for its internal system pressure which is specifically designed to increase seating stress on flange contact surfaces. It is a cut above the rest when it comes to sealing surfaces since it is the only RTJ gasket that is suitable for API-type BX flanges and grooves.
On the hunt for RTJ gaskets? Star 21 offers a wide array of RTJ gaskets that come in different sizes, pressures, temperatures, shapes and materials. Contact us at 6567 0972 or email email@example.com today.