Rubber Rings Manufacturers introduced that rubber materials have excellent heat resistance, cold resistance, ozone resistance, and atmospheric aging resistance. Has very good insulation properties. However, the tensile strength is worse than that of general rubber and it has no oil resistance. Suitable for household appliances such as electric water heaters, electric irons, microwave ovens, etc. It is also suitable for all kinds of articles that come into contact with the human body, such as kettles, drinking fountains, etc.
It is not recommended to use in most concentrated solvents, oils, concentrated acids, and sodium hydroxide. The general use temperature range is -55~250 ℃. High-temperature resistance is better than silicone rubber, with excellent weather resistance, ozone resistance, and chemical resistance, but poor cold resistance.
It has resistance to most oils and solvents, especially acids, aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons, and animal and vegetable oils. It is suitable for the sealing requirements of diesel engines, fuel systems, and chemical plants. Not recommended for use in ketones, low molecular weight esters, and nitrate-containing mixtures.
Its performance combines the advantages of fluorine rubber and silicone rubber and has good oil resistance, solvent resistance, fuel oil resistance, and high and low-temperature resistance. It can resist the corrosion of oxygen-containing compounds, aromatic hydrocarbon-containing solvents, and chlorine-containing solvents. Generally used for aviation, aerospace, and military purposes. It is not recommended to expose to ketones and brake fluid.