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NITRILE RUBBER (NBR) is the general term for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Rubber. Acrylonitrile content varies from 18 to 50%. Higher the Acrylonitrile content, better the resistance to fuel & oil, and at the same time affecting elasticity & compression set.
Temperature : -300C to 1000C
Chemical Resistance: Propane, Butane, Petroleum, Mineral Oil, Grease, Diesel Fuel, Fuel Oils,HFA,HFB,HFC Fluids, Dilute Acids, Alkali, Salt Solutions and Water.
CARBOXYLATED NITRILE has proven tear and abrasion resistance compared to NBR. It is often used for dynamic applications.
Temperature : - 300C to 1000C
HNBR compounds exhibits improved heat resistance to the general NBR compounds. They also possess superior mechanical properties particularly high strength.
Temperature : -400C to 1500C
FLUOROCARBON (FKM - VITON ®) has excellent resistance to High temperature, Ozone,Oxygen,Mineral Oils Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons and many chemicals.
Temperature : -200C to 2040C
Chemical Resistance : Mineral Oil, Grease, Non Flammable Hydraulic Fluids, Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons Ozone Weathering, Aging, High Vacuum, Steam and Alcohol.