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5/16" Diameter Fiberglass Rope Gasket In Black Sold By The Foot

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The 5/16-inch diameter Black Graphite Rope Gasket is conveniently available for purchase by the foot. Inefficient stove gaskets can lead to heat and fuel wastage. The Fast Replacement Glass Replacement Fiberglass Stove Gasket offers a straightforward installation process. These gaskets are braided, not coiled, ensuring resistance to unraveling. Crafted from high-quality graphite-impregnated fiberglass, the Black Fiberglass Stove Gasket surpasses other options in terms of abrasion resistance and can withstand temperatures up to 1000°F. Its black color seamlessly blends around windows, rendering it nearly invisible to the eye. However, it's important to note that the White Stove Gasket Rope is less durable compared to the black graphite-impregnated gasket.

Preparation: Simply remove the old, worn-out gasket, clean the surface, and use Stove Gasket Cement to secure the new gasket in place.

Application: To achieve the best outcomes, we advise utilizing one of our carefully chosen gasket adhesives or gasket cement options to affix the gasket to your stove or insert. The array of cement offerings from Fast Replacement Glass not only serves as the adhesive securing the gasket but also proficiently seals minor cracks and pinholes in the stove body.

IMPORTANT: Refrain from using high-temperature silicone sealants as an adhesive for gaskets or for repairing your stove or insert!


  • Diameter: 5/16 Inch
  • Type: Rope
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Impregnated graphite rope gasket
  • Temperature Rating: 1000°F (538°C)

Selecting the right gasket size for your wood stove is essential to ensure effective maintenance.

Here are steps to help you ascertain the correct wood stove gasket size:

Check the Instruction Manual:

  • Refer to the instruction manual for your specific wood stove model to find a replacement part number for the gasket.
  • Locate information on a rope repair kit, including the door gasket, glass gasket, and glue.

Contact the Manufacturer:

  • Reach out to the manufacturer of your wood stove for guidance on the correct gasket size.
  • Use the spare parts reference number provided in the manual

Measure the Gasket Channel:

  • Measure the width and depth of the gasket channel where the current gasket is placed.
  • Choose a gasket size that matches the larger of the two measurements to ensure a proper fit and a tight seal.

Measure the Length of the Rope:

  • Determine the approximate length of the existing gasket rope.
  • It's advisable to select a gasket longer than needed and trim it down to the correct length.

Wood Stove Gasket Sizes:

  • Depending on your location, gaskets may be measured in millimeters or inches.
  • Common wood stove gasket sizes in inches include 3/16”, 1/4", 5/16”, 3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2”, 5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”, and 1”.


  • Be aware of the conversion between millimeters and inches; for example, a 12mm gasket is approximately equal to half an inch.

Remember, if you lack the instruction manual or cannot contact the manufacturer, precise measurements of the gasket channel and rope length are essential for selecting the correct wood stove gasket size.

Still undecided on the wood stove gasket size? No worries – take advantage of our free printable measuring template Click Here to identify the perfect fit!


Manufacturer Warranty:

Fast Replacement Glass provides Fiberglass Rope Gaskets to our customers and warrants the product to be free from material defects.

Fast Replacement Glass does not offer warranties on performance or customer use of the gaskets. How a customer handles, installs, and uses processes the gasket product is solely the customer's responsibility. Fast Replacement Glass cannot be held liable for damage, or failure of the product due to wrongful installation.

How much cement do I need? Is there a rule of thumb like x number of ounces will work for y number of feet?

Asked by Shawn | 02-21-2022, 09:09 PM | 1 answer(s)

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Last updated on February 1st 2024.
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