Gasket Material for transporting hot frying oil.

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2013/04/29 17:34:24 (permalink)

Gasket Material for transporting hot frying oil.

I'd like to make a lid for my fryer. What gasket material should I use?
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    RodBangkok
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    Re:Gasket Material for transporting hot frying oil. 2013/04/29 18:01:15 (permalink)
    Silicone rubber cord something like this:
     
    http://www.grainger.com/G...ecatalog/N-gy6Z1z0nao6
     
    Use a U channel that is shorter than the diameter of the cord and slightly narrower than the diameter.  So when you fit the cord into the channel its an interference fit and the cord is exposed on the top to squeeze against the mating surface.  Using a channel allows you to remove the gasket easily for cleaning.
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    daddywoofdawg
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    Re:Gasket Material for transporting hot frying oil. 2013/04/30 08:05:53 (permalink)
    Please doc your build with a parts list.I for one need to build one and not sure how to go about it.
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    Re:Gasket Material for transporting hot frying oil. 2013/04/30 22:01:12 (permalink)
    THANKS FOR THE LINK.  THAT'S JUST WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR.
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