Not sure what material to choose?
Have a look at our Chemical resistance guide and temperature resistance guide, to help you choose the right material.
The ACM O-ring offers good resistance to mineral oils at high temperatures. It can handle temperatures from -30 °C to + 160 °C.
CR O-rings are good resistance to bending cracks. CR O-rings can handle temperatures from -40 °C to +110 °C.
EPDM O-rings are flexible, have a good resistance to many acids, water and steam. EPDM O-rings can handle temperatures from -45 °C to +150 °C.
FEP O-rings are more flexible than PTFE and have a lower melting temperature. The FEP O-rings have an FDA seal.
FEPM O-rings are good resistance to high temperatures. They can handle temperatures from 0 ºC to +235 ºC.
FFKM O-rings are O-rings that can be most stressed chemically and thermally. With special qualities, you can reach temperatures from -40 °C/+340 °C.
This FPM O-ring can handle temperatures from -40 °C to +205°C/230 °C. This is the O-ring is shock resistant and resilient.
HNBR O-rings are well resistant to oils and acids. The HNBR O-rings can handle temperatures from -40 °C to +150 °C.
The NBR O-ring has a good resistance to chemicals and greases, is durable and can withstand temperatures from -40 °C to +130 °C.
AU O-rings are O-rings that have a long lifespan. They can handle temperatures from -30 °C to +125 °C.
The PTFE O-ring has an FDA seal. This means that it can be used in the food industry. The O-ring can withstand temperatures up to +250 °C.
VMQ O-ring can handle temperatures from -40 °C to +200 °C. This O-ring is resistant to bacteria and fungi and excellent resistance to chemical fluids.
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