FLS fluorosilicone rubber seals
Its performance combines the advantages of fluorine rubber and silicone rubber, oil resistance, solvent resistance, fuel oil resistance, and high and low-temperature resistance. Resists attack by oxygen-containing compounds, aromatic hydrocarbon-containing solvents, and chlorine-containing solvents. Generally used for aerospace, aerospace and military applications. Exposure to ketones and brake fluids is not recommended. The general use temperature range is -50~200 °C.
EPDM EPDM rubber seals
Has good weather resistance, ozone resistance, water resistance and chemical resistance. Can be used for alcohols and ketones, but also for the sealing of high-temperature steam environment. Suitable for bathroom equipment, car radiators, and car brake systems. Not recommended for food use or exposure to mineral oil. The general use temperature range is -55~150 °C.
CR neoprene rubber seal
Sunlight and weather resistance are particularly good. Not afraid of refrigerants such as dichlorodifluoromethane and ammonia, resistant to dilute acid and grease-resistant lubricating oils, but with large swelling in mineral oils with low aniline points. It is easy to crystallize and harden at low temperatures. Applicable to a variety of exposure to the atmosphere, sunlight, ozone environment and a variety of fire-resistant, chemical-resistant seals. It is not recommended for use in strong acids, nitrohydrocarbons, esters, chloroform, and ketones. The general use temperature range is -55~120 °C.
IIR Butyl Rubber Seals
Airtightness is particularly good, heat resistance, sunlight resistance, ozone resistance, good insulation properties; good resistance to polar solvents such as alcohols, ketones, esters, etc., can be exposed to animal and vegetable oils or oxides. Suitable for chemical or vacuum equipment. It is not recommended to use it with petroleum solvents, kerosene or aromatics. The general use temperature range is -50~110 °C.