CARRARA Global Sealing Solutions

Since 1961, Carrara has been the Italian partner of the main manufacturers of fluid control components and is also qualified by the main International EPC and Oil & Gas Players as a supplier of sealing systems and environmental services. Interpreting the meaning of its Mission in the best way, Carrara Global Sealing Solution has adapted its system to an increasingly flexible and competitive market. To do this, it has set up its organisation to improve logistic spaces, equipment, software management and human resources to consistently ensure the best quality, performance and delivery. Carrara is a competent, flexible and innovative resource that is always focussed on customers to provide solutions to improve the reliability, efficiency and conformity of their processes.

Carrara has worked in the low-emission component sector for decades, and today offers a product range that includes low-emission products for valve stems, bonnets and seats as well as LDAR environmental services. The products range includes packings for valves, pumps and mixers, any style of flange gaskets, soft and metal components for valves.
• Packings and Gaskets
• Valve Components
• Environmental Services

-API622.ISO15848.TA LUFT VDI2440.low emission approved
graphite packings for valves, flat graphite gaskets and spiral wound gaskets
BAM approved
for Oxygen services graphite packing, flat graphite, spiral wound, braided PTFE packing and chevron PTFE packing
pressure seal
graphite gaskets and high-pressure graphite stem packing
flange gaskets
ring joint, camprofile and spiral wound gaskets -heat exchanger gaskets double jacketed gaskets
-fire-safe and graphite gaskets
for ball valve seats
-valve seats
seats soft inserted and metal to metal for ball valves, seats for through conduit gate valves, special valve components
insulating kit for flanges
GRE steel core inserted insulating kit, fully equipped with sleeves and washers for high-pressure applications
inspection protocols for the detection of fugitive emissions of volatile compounds (VOC) according to EPA Method 21 and IR OGI Camera (Optical Gas Imaging) techniques.