Intake Manifold Gasket
An intake manifold gasket, or intake gasket, is situated between the engine block and the intake manifold. Intake gaskets are used to prevent the engine gas from leaking
or even set the engine gas from the coolant. When an intake manifold gasket is broken, it may cause the lack of fuel efficiency, engine overheat and other serious problems.
To make sure your engines sealed perfectly, we only manufacture gaskets by the best materials.
Materials for Intake Manifold Gaskets
Because the high pressure and high temperature engine exhaust gas does not pass through, the intake gaskets do not need to work in an extreme working environment as cylinder head gaskets or exhaust gaskets; on the other hand, intake manifold gaskets should resist the wear caused by fluid or gas.
They are usually made by these materials:
- Single layer steel – see example 23531110
- Non-asbestos with silicone coating – see example 590GB312B
- Steel bonded with rubber – see example 3688347
- Rubber coated metal (RCM) – see example 1842033C1
MJ also offers different types of gaskets for major engine/engine related device brands which can be used in various industries.
MJ Gasket provides high-quality engine gaskets even better than the OE parts. Please feel free to contact us.
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