Internet #203193512

Model #80794

Store SKU #800502

Store SO SKU #1000393562

3/32 in. x 36 in. Valve Packing

  • Pliable construction for long lasting reliability
  • Versatile design
  • Used to repair faucets and other small valves
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Product Overview

This DANCO 3/32 in. x 36 in. Valve Packing is designed to put an end to leaky valves, which wastes both water and energy. The self-forming packing will help return your valve to like-new condition. It has a universal design that can be used with many gaskets.
  • California residents
  • Can be used with many gaskets and packing valves
  • Valve packing forms leak-tight seals
  • Pliable construction
  • 3/32 in. Dia
  • 36 in. length
  • Working temperature range: 0°F to 212°F
  • Universal design

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum compatible pipe size (in.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
0.09
Product Height (in.)
36
Product Width (in.)
0.09

Details

Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Miscellaneous Repair Kit
Minimum compatible pipe size (in.)
0
Pack Size
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1 Year

Questions & Answers

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Does this product harden - becomes strong enough to keep Gate Valve from leaking

Asked by MC May 14, 2018
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I don't think this product will change harness over time. It is firm but form-able as it comes out of the package and I expect it to stay just the same forever. I feels like a teflon tape on the surface. Smooth and slippery.

Is this as strong or stronger than your graphite packing?

Asked by Egbert August 9, 2018
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This is 100 times stronger than the graphite packing by Danco. That stuff is trash for most packing nut applications in my opinion. it has NO structure underneath its clay-like snake of cord. This is way way better. Strong but compressible. Not sticky Like teflon tape on surface it feels to be.

Does this come in bulk??

Asked by coop May 1, 2020
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Thank you for contacting Danco. This valve packing only comes as shown with (1) valve packing. We do not offer a bulk packaging with more than one in bag at this moment.

what it is made from?

Asked by frodo May 10, 2016
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I believe it's teflon.

Will this work to fix leaking gate valve - it is leaking under the Packing Nut - I have tried to ...

Asked by MC May 14, 2018
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Yes I think this will be perfect for that application. It is totally freeform so it fits any size of shaft and nut. It is small enough in diameter to make tight coils in a small space - my case was a 3/8" shaft an a 5/8" inside diameter packing nut. I got several turns inside that space and it seems tight and solid and doesn't leak.

Hello, Danco, 1. Is this material PTFE? 2. Is the CA Proposition 65 warning due to trace amounts ...

Asked by MyTrueExperiences April 5, 2019
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Thank you for inquiring about a Danco product. To receive the specifications for this particular product or to learn about California's Proposition 65 Act, please call our Danco Technical Support Team at 800-523-5135 Option 2 during our business hours (Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm CST) or email: support@danco.com

Not understanding why the specs on this are different than Teflon (which is the trademarked name ...

Asked by Greg August 9, 2020
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Thank you for your interest Danco products. Our Danco 80793 Self-Forming Valve Packing is made from PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), or better known in the market as Teflon. The 80794 Self-Forming Valve Packing has graphite coating with PTFE. This enhances the flexibility (easier to form), strength, chemical resistance, and temperature resistance of the packing. The lower temperature range is due to the fact it is only coated with PTFE.

Is silicone or graphite packing better on a Dance bathtub valve

Asked by Sless May 30, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for contacting Danco. Silicone grease would be better for what you are doing.

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The Danco Teflon valve packing string is a fast way...
The Danco Teflon valve packing string is a fast way to cure leaks around the faucet stem and bonnet. It is a bit tricky to find just enough string to wind around the stem while still allowing enough room to thread the bonnet back onto the faucet. The repair to the bonnet packing can be made by closing the faucet tightly, gripping the stem nut with a thin wrench, then turning the bonnet nut with a another thin wrench. There should be just enough room to wind some packing string around the stem without taking the whole faucet assembly apart. That's the beauty of this material. The whole repair from beginning to end takes around 10 minutes.
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stopped the leak.
stopped the leak.
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Worked perfectly for two exterior hose bibs that started to leak from the valve when running.
Worked perfectly for two exterior hose bibs that started to leak from the valve when running.
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Locker pickup worked fast and well. Can't evaluate product performance...
Locker pickup worked fast and well. Can't evaluate product performance as turned out I did not need it. Cheap enough I did not return either.
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This product worked perfectly for my external hose bib valve stem packing situation. I tried the ...
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This product worked perfectly for my external hose bib valve stem packing situation. I tried the same brand graphite valve packing rope first and it was a useless product. This material has teflon feel to it. It is not sticky at all, which I thought would be bad since the stuff I used years ago for this purpose was sticky like a waxed twine. But I found i could wrap this around the stem shaft tightly by overlapping the beginning end with the next layer and then holding the final end down while I pushed the nut over the several turns of rope and it sealed up totally. Becaue it is slippery it doesn't stick to the shaft so it is not being churned around under the packing nut with every turn. I suspect it will stay put and stop leaks for a long time. I heartily recommend this product.
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Fixed my leaky spigot....
Fixed my leaky spigot.
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Worked out great!!! ...
Worked out great!!!
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I used this to temporarily fix a water leak under my foundation. The copper water line from the ...
I used this to temporarily fix a water leak under my foundation. The copper water line from the meter to the house has a plastic pipe over it when coming up into the house. The water was coming from between the copper and plastic. I first packed 3/32 Teflon valve packing between them and then used 5/32 Teflon packing. Then I used this stainless-steel clamp to clamp the plastic pipe tight to the copper pipe. No more leak. All three products purchased at Home Depot. Less than $10 no more leak.
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also works as small gas engine bowl gasket.
I bought this to try on the carburator bowl because the old gasket was leaking and in bad shape. this is on my 8 hp briggs engine on my wood splitter. could not easily locate a new gasket and didnt want to spend the money to order the rebuild kit. i cleaned the carb inside and and got it working but the old black gasket was stiff and cracked and leaking. i dont think they make the bowl gasket out of very good material. service manual even says to replace it when service the carb. well thats a real crock to get your money. so i looked for somthing to do the job and got the idea to try this self forming valve packing. well it works, and it works pretty good too. i gently laid the string like stuff around the carb where the gasket goes, cut it a tiny bit (maybe 1/32") too long. gently installed the bowl and it compressed this white string stuff and it works just fine. i even put some in a jar of gas and the gas does not do anything to it. so i went later and got 3 more packages of this stuff to use on other engines when the need comes up.
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