Industrial Viton Rubber Sheet

High Temperature FKM Rubber Sheet
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Viton Fluorocarbon rubber (FKM) or Fluoroelastomer was originally developed in 1957 by DuPont as an answer to high temperature applications that also can resist chemical attack. It is manufactured using 100% virgin Viton Fluorocarbon FKM.

The material provides good sealing qualities in applications requiring resistance to temperature, weathering, and gas permeability. This unique product stands up to ozone, fuels, aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons, lubricants, organic solvents, certain acids, and many corrosive industrial applications.

Examples of conditions where the use of Fluorocarbon rubber should be avoided are: ketones, low molecular weight organic acids, superheated steam,
and glycol based fluids.

Available in sheets, bulk rolls, and pre-cut gaskets.

Fluorocarbon can be manufactured in numerous different compounds and durometer ratings. Please call with your specific requirements.

Standard Sizes

Thickness
1/32”, 1/16”, 1/8”, 3/16”, 1/4” (other thicknesses available upon request)

Sheet Sizes
36” and 48” width (other sizes available upon request.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • TEMPERATURE RANGE
    -15º F to + 400º F
  • DUROMETER
    75 (+/-5) Shore A
  • TENSILE
    1600 PSI minimum
  • ELONGATION
    165% minimum
  • FLUORINE CONTENT
    66% minimum (type A)
  • ASTM CALLOUT
    D-2000 2HK715
    A1-10, B38, EO78,
    F15, Z1