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Griddle Gasket For Vermont Castings Stoves
Rope Dimensions:
5/16" x 50 In. Long

Vermont Castings Griddle Gasket 50 Inches Long

Keep your Vermont Castings Stove running efficiently and cleanly with a replacement griddle gasket!

List price: $15.95  
$12.25
You save: $3.70 (23%)
Price in points: 1225 points
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Description

Keep your Vermont Castings Stove performing at its peak by replacing a worn out gasket. Gaskets help to keep a tight seal on your door, preventing air and heat from escaping. This affordable update can make a huge difference in the efficiency of your heating application. Our Griddle gasket (sometimes called armored gasket) is a rope seal that is encased in a stainless steel mesh. Rated to temperatures of 1200°F, this is the only type of gasket that Vermont Castings Stoves can use. 

  • To use:
    Remove old gasket. Thoroughly clean the area. Use a gasket adhesive to attach the new gasket.

  • Adhesive:
    We recommend you purchase a gasket cement to adhere the gasket to your stove or insert. Gasket cements are used not only as the "glue" to hold the gasket in place but can also be used to seal minor cracks and pin holes in the stove body.

It is not recommended that you use a sealant as an adhesive. High temperature silicone and sealants are not meant to be used as an adhesive or to fix your stove or insert.

Specifications:
Measurements: 5/16" Wide x 50" Long
Color: Dark Gray
Material: Impregnated graphite gasket encased in stainless steel mesh
Temperature Rating: 1200°F (649°C)
 
Features & Benefits:
  • Non-asbestos material means no environmental hazards.
  • This gridde gasket is the only seal that can be used with Vermont Castings Stoves.
  • Won't absorb water or attract mildew.
  • Rope-style gasket encased in stainless steel mesh.
  • Service rating to 1200°F (649°C).

(Not sure if your gasket needs replacing? Conduct the dollar test!)

 

 

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Last updated on April 19th 2017.