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Seals and O'rings come in a variety of material types to best suit the application. We manufacture to your specifications using the following materials.

If you require further information please view the elastomer and chemical resistance pages, additionally please contact our technical staff.

   
Polyurethane
Rubber
Teflon
Industrial Plastic

Polyurethane

UP - Ultra Performance (violet)

 

Pressure: 1000 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +120C

 

Low friction, low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, HFB and HFC hydraulic fluids

  pdf Ultra 95 Data Sheet 643.47 Kb

SR - Super Red (purple)

 

Pressure: 1000 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +120C

 

Low friction, low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, HFB and HFC hydraulic fluids

  pdf Super Polymer 95 Data Sheet 650.74 Kb

EGRIN (green)

 

Pressure: 400 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +110C

 

Low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, HFB and HFC hydraulic fluids

  pdf Grin Food Data Sheet 614.49 Kb

 

ROT (red)

 

Pressure: 400 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +120C

 

Low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, HFB and HFC hydraulic fluids

  pdf Rot 95 Data Sheet 605.06 Kb

WIFF 60 (blue)

 

Pressure: 400 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +120C

 

Low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, and HFB hydraulic fluids

   pdfWiff 60 Data Sheet532.74 KB

MOTUF 73 (dark blue)

 

Pressure: 400 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +120C

 

Low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, and HFB hydraulic fluids

  pdf Motuf 73 Data Sheet 474.09 Kb

MONYT (grey/black)

 

Pressure: 1000 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +120C

 

Low friction, low compression set, resistant to biologically reducible hydraulic fluids, as well as HFA, HFB and HFC hydraulic fluids

  pdf Monyt Data Sheet 608.39 Kb

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Rubber

NBR - Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (black)

 

Pressure: 160 bar

 

Temperature: -30C to +100C

 

Good mechanical resistance and sealing properties. Unsuitable for brake fluids or aromatic compounds.

  pdf NBR Data Sheet 702.48 Kb

 

HNBR - Hydrogenate Butadiene Rubber (black)

 

Hardness: 85 ± 5 Shore A

 

Temperature: -35C to +150C

 

Good mechanical resistance. Suitable for fuels, oils, greases, and fats.

  pdf HNBR Data Sheet 816.72 Kb

 

EPDM - Ethylene Propylene (black)

 

Pressure: 160 bar

 

Temperature: -50C to +130C

 

Good resistance to hot water, vapour, alkaline solutions, hydraulic fluids without mineral oil, atmospheric corrosion, ozone, and aging.

  pdf EPDM Data Sheet 558.88 Kb

NEO - Neoprene (black)

 

Hardness: 85 ± 5 Shore A

 

Temperature: -50C to +100C

 

High performance urethane resistant to ammonia

  pdf NEO Data Sheet 382.42 Kb

VITON - Fluoro Rubber (brown)

 

Pressure: 160 bar

 

Temperature: -20C to +200C

 

Resistance to hostile environments such as oil and harsh chemicals. Not compatible with anhydrous ammonia, soda and potassium lyes, keytones, ether, dioxin, certain amines, and organic acids.

  pdf Viton Data Sheet 844.86 Kb

Silicone (white)

 

Food grade material

 

Temperature: -60C to +200C

   

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Teflon

PTFE - Polytetrafluoroethylene (white)

 

Temperature: -200C to +260C

 

Excellent resistance to most compounds, even at high temperatures and pressures. Self lubricating. Cold flows at low loading

  pdf PTFE Data Sheet 744.34 Kb

TMCF - Carbon Fibre Filled PTFE (dark grey)

 

Hardness: 60-65 Shore D

 

Temperature: -260C to +260C

 

Longer wear life and good thermal conductivity allows dynamic applications at high speeds, such as seal rings, piston rings, and compressor rings

  pdf TMCF Data Sheet 831.36 Kb

25% Glass Filled PTFE (white)

 

Hardness: 59-65 Shore D

 

Temperature: -260C to +260C

 

Ideal for high load bearing applications such as bearings and bearing pads, piston rings, valve seats, valve plugs, and gaskets.

  pdf 25% Glass Filled PTFE Data Sheet 870.26 Kb

Tetron B - Bronze Filled PTFE (dark orange)

 

Hardness: 67 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: -260C to +260C

 

Bronze filled for good creep resistance

  pdf Tetron B Data Sheet 656.45 Kb

Tetron C – Carbon Graphite Filled PTFE (dark grey)

 

Hardness: 68 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: -260C to +260C

 

Carbon graphite filled for improved creep resistance and thermal conductivity

  pdf Tetron C Data Sheet 721.23 Kb

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Industrial Plastic

Nylon 6PLA (black)

 

Hardness: 88 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: +105C

 

Good mechanical strength, fatigue resistance, sliding properties, and wear resistance.

  pdf 6PLA Nylon Data Sheet 720.06 Kb

Polystone 7000 – UHMWPE (white)

 

Temperature: -250C to +80C

 

Hardness: 61 Rockwell M

 

Weatherproof, with excellent impact strength and abrasion resistance. Compatible with corrosive chemicals and food.

  pdf Polystone 7000 Data Sheet 581.25 Kb

Acetal – POM (white)

 

Hardness: 84 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: +115C

 

High mechanical strength and very low stick slip. Ideal for food and medical applications.

  pdf Acetal Data Sheet 652.40 Kb

Ketron PEEK 1000 – Polyetheretherketone (cream)

 

Hardness: 105 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: +250C

 

A food grade material that has excellent mechanical properties, temperature resistance, and chemical resistance.

  pdf Ketron PEEK 1000 757.68 Kb

Ketron PEEK HPV (dark grey)

 

Hardness: 85 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: +250C

 

The addition of graphite, carbon fibre, and PTFE provides low friction, long wear, and high thermal conductivity properties. Ideal for bearings.

  pdf Ketron PEEK HPV - Bearing Grade 802.67 Kb

Ketron PEEK CA30 (dark grey)

 

Hardness: 102 Rockwell M

 

Temperature: +250C

 

The addition of 30% carbon fibre provides long wear and high thermal conductivity properties.

  pdf Ketron PEEK CA30 803.55 Kb

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