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SEALS FOR EXTREME

ENVIRONMENTS

For over 40 years,
Advanced Products
has solved the
toughest problems
with "Seals for
Extreme
Environments"

T H E A DVA N C E D P R O D U C T S C O M PA N Y

The Advanced Products Company
was founded in North Haven,
Connecticut in 1954. The
Company's first products were metal
O-Rings for aircraft engines, a
business that continues today.

In the late 1950's, the Company
became very active with major
nuclear prime contractors in defining the critical reactor pressure
vessel closure-head sealing technology for the new pressurized water
reactors and boiling water reactors
then being designed for commercial
power generation. Advanced Products supplied

millions of hours of plant operation, there has

"Yankee Rowe" in Massachusetts, the first

never been a seal failure in service.

commercial nuclear plant; as well as "Savannah",
the first nuclear powered merchant ship.

Today, we have supplied over 200 nuclear plants

In addition to high profile nuclear applications,
Advanced Products has always remained close to
its foundations in the jet engine business. Today

worldwide, as well as nuclear powered naval

this extends to space applications including, for

fleets, using both the original and well proven

example, the Space Shuttle fuel and oxidizer

metal O-ring technology, and the high performance

systems as well as seals on the European

spring energized seals now available. We can

"Ariane" satellite launch

proudly state that during all these years and

vehicle.

Belgium was established in 1970 as a second major manufacturing center for the group.V.DEMANDING A P P L I C AT I O N S To meet the demands of a growing market. Advanced Product's strength is in its diversity of has also provided leadership and innovation in products and applications. so that today. Advanced Products N. as evidenced by sub- polymer seals for over 25 years. spring materials and designs available.V. . Our parts may be found in cylinder head "fire rings". exhaust manifold seals and turbo-charger seals. Formula 1 racing cars and diesel engines where the combination of high temperatures and high frequency pressure pulsations provides a uniquely challenging environment. the Advanced Products Group worldwide offers with valve seals meeting stringent API flame test and one of the widest selections of jacket materials. time again. Time and We also supply spring energized metal seals for very demanding applications on internal combustion engines including Indianapolis 500. stantial business in the North Sea oil and gas fields. Advanced Products N. NACE corrosion resistance requirements. these are replacing traditional elastomeric seals wherever long life and high performance are needed.

to combine the best of the old with the best of the new. Where necessary. It also means a deep commitment to quality .S. . .With new products from R&D. and Europe. being the lifeblood of any company. Our in house test capabilities include Helium leak detection mass spectroscopy. load/ deflection measurement equipment. dynamic wear test rigs. universities and our customer's own engineering departments. . we collaborate with outside test houses. we maintain engineering departments in both the U. This practical know-how is supported by Finite Element Analysis. for specialized performance and qualification testing. we have access to substantial application data and a wealth of real life experience over untold operating hours. Making dependable seals for safety-critical and extreme applications goes beyond excellence in design and manufacturing. and pressure and temperature cycling capability. As a major seal supplier for almost 40 years. tailored to meet customers needs. as a way of life.

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S. We have a manufacturing facility and European head office in Boom. stand ready to fulfill. we stand and MIL-I-45208. Germany and France. 9000. We manned space flight and commercial & military have evolved and grown with the changing aviation. with some 50% of group sales outside the U. Advanced Products is an energetic exporter. will place renewed demands on the seal industry which we As well as an ever-expanding range of products and applications. . We comply with 10CFR50 Appendix B technologies and markets so that today. with deep roots in the Northeast. We are also committed to ISO confident and strong. Belgium plus sales offices in the United Kingdom. We believe today's urgent need to preserve the environment by reducing pollution. Company.A GLOBAL RESOURCE Our quality systems have been honed to meet We are a proud family-owned New England the most rigorous demands of the nuclear industry. with some divisions of our company already approved and others becoming approved. and a network of overseas distributors.

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EnerRing Spring Energized Polymer Seals EnerSeal Advanced Products offers both resilient metal seals and spring energized polymer seals satisfying the widest range of seal applications in the world. Resilient Metal Seals Seal Selection Guidelines START Refer to both the EnerRing and EnerSeal design manuals for detailed information and guidance in selecting the most appropriate seal type. Use the flow diagram below for assistance in determining the best type of seal for your application. .

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for example. fi c ate N u m b er • Precision lathe-turned parts EnerSeals are a precisely machined sealing system custom-designed and built to your specific dimensions. often with special additives to enhance. CE • Control over the contact pressure and springback Use of a high grade internal spring ensures positive sealing even under low pressure. Many jackets are P. the fact is all sizes are standard! Our flexible. frigid conditions where elastomeric O-rings can leak. based. R T I FI ED rti 94 734 4 001 9 O S I Ce • Internally Pressure Energized Under high pressures the internal hydrostatic pressure of the contained fluid energizes the seal and supplements the spring force which increases contact pressure and eliminates potential leakage. The EnerSeal has consequently become the seal of choice for many designers across a wide range of industries. aircraft hydraulic controls and oil tools. sour gas etc.T.E. responsive manufacturing approach employing the latest in CAD/ CAM means Advanced Products customers enjoy total design flexibility. deep within the earth's crust. This 'engineered' jacket means that EnerSeals may be used successfully in the widest range of environments: high pressures. rapid deliveries and the assurance of using the same proven EnerSeal products specified for rocket fuel systems.The Advanced Products EnerSeal The spring energized polymeric EnerSeal® offers many of the well known advantages of the common rubber O-ring while avoiding many of its limitations. polymers are not prone to some of the problems associated with elastomeric seals including explosive decompression and stick slip. Although we offer selected sizes tailor-made for many popular national and international O-ring cavities. wear-resistance or high-temperature strength. Advantages of EnerSeals • Control over the physical and chemical properties of the outer jacket Jacket materials are available in a wide range of engineering-grade polymers. EnerSeal is a trademark of the Advanced Products Company. with its excellent inherent low friction characteristics and high degree of chemical inertness.F. Additionally. Advanced Products ES0498 A-1 . high and low temperatures and aggressive media (full details may be found in Section D). A variety of spring configurations and materials are available (see Section D) to suit all applications including food contact.

please contact one of our Application Engineers at any of our worldwide offices and we will gladly develop a seal for you.00 .How To Use The EnerSeal Design Manual The Advanced Products EnerSeal line is available in a large variety of types. Section C is organized by EnerSeal type.00 . a virtually unlimited number of sizes. E for English Units (inches) or M for SI Unit (millimeters) EnerSeal Type This design manual is clearly organized into sections to allow you to easily determine the Part Number of the EnerSeal that is right for your application. and cavities. Section F shows you just a sample of our custom seal design capabilities. Section B takes the guesswork out of selecting the best EnerSeal type for your application. This section provides many answers and recommendations to your design questions and considerations. In these cases.X000000 . XXX . Although most applications can be sealed with our standard EnerSeals. Section D helps you select the most appropriate jacket material and energizer for the operating conditions.0 Energizer Jacket Material Cross Section Cavity Diameter (inches specified to three decimal places or millimeters specified to two decimal places). Advanced Products A-2 ES0498 . materials. there are times when only a special seal will do. This section also includes EnerSeal sizes for Standard Glands. Section E provides the technical information about the seals. The EnerSeal Part Number identifies the seal. Simply turn to the page for the EnerSeal type you selected and you will find all the sizes and dimensioning information you need on the two facing pages. and numerous jacket materials and energizers to satisfy your sealing requirements.

where the seal is seated in a groove. The applications are separated into three basic categories: Dynamic Rotating Applications Go to page B–2 Dynamic Reciprocating Applications Piston Reciprocating Rod CL Go to page B–3 Static and Intermittent Dynamic Applications Static.00 .Selecting the EnerSeal Type for your Application EnerSeals are produced in a number of standard designs which are applicable for use in a broad spectrum of the most commonly encountered applications. counterbore. Advanced Products ES0498 B-1 . XXX .X000000 . Intermittent dynamic installation such as valve stem where movement is slow and with low frequency.0 EnerSeal Type The following flow diagrams are designed to provide a clear path to the appropriate EnerSeal type for your application. internal or external pressure or vacuum applications. or retaining plate. The EnerSeal Type is designated by the first three letters in the Part Number.00 . face-type. CL Internal Pressure CL External Pressure Go to page B–4 Refer to one of these three application diagrams on the following pages for easy selection of the right EnerSeal for you.

FLS. Mark IV. Scraper YES START FLO.Dynamic Rotating Applications When practical. Note: The seal selection guidelines for rotating applications assume moderate temperatures and rotational speeds. a cavity which accepts a flanged seal is preferred. Scraper Dynamic Side OD SLO. as this prevents seal rotation and optimizes seal performance. Flanged Mark IV Abrasive Sealing Media YES NO Cavity Accepts Flanged Seal ID Dynamic Side NO NLI. Scraper YES Cavity Accepts Flanged Seal ID NO SLI. Flanged Mark IV. Mark IV. Refer to the Pressure-Velocity-Temperature guidelines on Page E-2 of the Technical Information Section to pre-qualify the seal for rotating applications. Mark IV OD NLO. Mark IV Advanced Products B-2 ES0498 .

Mark X ID Dynamic Side YES START OD Pressure Greater than 300 psi 2 MPa BAO. To FOREIGN keep the seal cavity free SEALING PARTICLES from outside particles. Mark IV. Scraper Dynamic Side YES OD Abrasive Sealing Media NO SLO. Scraper NLI. a MEDIA Mark IV scraper seal (SLI or SLO) should be used in addition to the primary seal as shown. reduced performance.Dynamic Reciprocating Applications BHI. Mark IV Advanced Products ES0498 B-3 . Mark X ID NO SLI. NLO. Mark X-H ID Dynamic Side YES Pressure Greater than 3000 psi 21 MPa NO OD BHO. Mark IV ID Dynamic Side Use of Additional External Scraper Seal OD Foreign particles which may enter the seal cavity can become lodged between the seal and the dynamic part resulting in excessive wear. Mark IV. and eventual media contamination. Mark X-H BAI.

Mark I Cryogenic Temperatures Temperature Less than 600°F 315°C NHI. Mark V Internal Axial Seal Pressure Direction YES Cavity Depth Greater Than 0. Mark I EnerRing is a trademark of the Advanced Products Company.NHA.72 mm NO Face Seal External NRE.186 inch 4. Mark I NRI. Mark V NAI. Mark I Internal Pressure Direction External NAE. Mark I Internal Pressure Direction External YES YES START NAE. Mark I-H Pressure Greater than 8000 psi 55 MPa NO NAI. Mark I-H Internal NO Pressure Direction NO YES See Advanced Products ® EnerRing Resilient Metal Seals Design Manual. External NHE. Advanced Products B-4 ES0498 . Mark I-H Static and Intermittent Dynamic Applications YES Pressure Greater than 3000 psi 21 MPa NO NAA.

... Axial I.......... Internal Pressure Face Seal ...... C-26 NRI Mark V ..................... Dynamic Seal .................................. cross section............................................... Dynamic Axial Seal .........................................D........................... C-11 BAI Mark X ...................... Internal Pressure Face Seal ............... Dynamic Seal ....... Axial Seal ................. C-24 NHE Mark I-H ..... C-22 NHI Mark I-H .... Dimensions and Sizing Information for the Standard EnerSeals can be found on the following pages: SEAL TYPE SEAL DESCRIPTION PAGE AXIAL SEALS NAA Mark I ........................................................ Internal Pressure Face Seal .....00 ............................................. Dynamic Seal ............................. C-38 Advanced Products ES0498 C-1 .... C-20 NAE Mark I ............................... Dynamic Axial Seal ...D...... C-28 NRE Mark V ................................................. C-9 NLO Mark IV ........... C-18 FACE SEALS NAI Mark I ...................... O............................. Dynamic Seal ..............0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity Diameter (inches specified to three decimal places or millimeters specified to two decimal places) E for English Units (inches) or M for SI Units (millimeters) Refer to the page of the EnerSeal type selected for your application to determine the appropriate diameter............................00 .............. C-34 Aerospace Standard AS4716 Glands .................................... C-30 SEALS FOR STANDARD GLANDS MIL-G-5514 Standard Glands ............. C-10 SLO Mark IV Scraper .............. Axial I.............................. O.......................................................................................................................... C-8 SLI Mark IV Scraper ................D................D.....................D...............................................................................D............ C-7 NLI Mark IV .................. I.............D...... and cavity dimensions.......... Dynamic Axial Seal ............. C-32 Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands ................................................ C-12 BAO Mark X ............ The EnerSeal size is designated in the part number as shown below......... External Pressure Face Seal ...................... C-2 NHA Mark I-H ...................D......................................................... C-14 BHI Mark X-H .......D.......................1 inch to 55 inches (2. Axial I.... I....D............................. Axial I....... Axial Seal ....... C-4 FLO Mark IV Flanged ............................ C-36 Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS B-2406) ....... Dynamic Seal .... C-6 FLS Mark IV Flanged Scraper .............. Axial O............................. Dynamic Seal . Axial O.......................Selecting the EnerSeal Size for your Application EnerSeals are available in any diameter from 0...... External Pressure Face Seal .................................................................... Dynamic Axial Seal . XXX - X 000000 ..5 mm to 1400 mm) and a variety of cross sections to fit the various cavity sizes you may have........ External Pressure Face Seal ...... C-16 BHO Mark X-H .............

such as valve stems and swivel joints. • Suitable for pressures to 3000 psi. • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions. Features: • Best choice for installation into non-split cavities: short heel and helical spring energizers stretch easily and the rounded seal-lips won't "hang-up". or O.D. on either I. • Seals reciprocating or rotating movement. including choice of light.D.NAA Mark I Axial Seal Applications: • Excellent for both static and intermittent dynamic use. 21 MPa. • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available. G A R R A B CYLINDER BORE ROD / SHAFT DIAMETER DIAMETER G CYLINDER BORE DIAMETER PISTON GROOVE DIAMETER B CL CL ROD / SHAFT MODE PISTON MODE N M C Advanced Products C-2 ES0498 . • Widest range of cross-sections and diameters available. medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. all with excellent fatigue resistance. including sizes for upgrading standard O-ring glands.

4 11.00 B+ 12.45 7.50 – 300.50 – 75.64 B – 0.00 B+ 9.1 10.00 mm shaft (cavity I.00 – 500.3 2.NAA Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS B A G R C N M I.D.9 3/16 in (4.00 B+ 18.) and a 76.00 – 1400.3 5.4 3.00 B+ 6.7 mm) 04 12.4 mm) 05 50.7 Cross Section Where space permits.D.D.76 B – 0.00 B+ 2. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NAA Seal for a cavity with a 70.0 3/32 in (2.84 2.3 1.5 mm) 06 150.4 mm) 02 3. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.15 4.76 B – 1.D.76 B – 0.9 1/4 in (6.76 B – 0.2 mm) 03 6.D.7 2.53 – 9.D. RANGE tolerance h8 O.).4 3.00 B+ 4.03 0.03 .00 – 250.52 3.64 0.15 mm bore (cavity O.59 0.14 – 7.7 8.39 0.12 9.00 – 180.00 .38 B – 0.7 6.84 0. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.78 0.39 – 2. the part number should specify: NAA - M 007000 .75 13.5 5.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I. (rod/shaft diameter or piston groove diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-3 .6 mm) 01 2. tolerance H8 WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.0 1/8 in (3.58 – 3. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.0 3/8 in (9.6 3.78 – 5.34 – 13.

D. including sizes for upgrading standard O-ring glands. all with excellent fatigue resistance. medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. on either I. • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions. • Good choice for installation into non-split cavities: helical spring-energizer stretches easily and the rounded seal-lips won't "hang-up". • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available. 55 MPa.NHA Mark I-H Axial Seal Features: • Extended heel reduces the effects of extrusion.D. or O. M • Seals reciprocating or rotating movement. C G R A B CYLINDER BORE ROD / SHAFT DIAMETER DIAMETER G A R CL CL ROD / SHAFT MODE CYLINDER BORE DIAMETER PISTON GROOVE DIAMETER B PISTON MODE Advanced Products C-4 ES0498 . including choice of light. • Widest range of cross-sections and diameters available. Applications: • Excellent for both static and intermittent dynamic use. N • Suitable for pressures up to 8000 psi. such as high pressure valve stems and swivel joints.

9 3/16 in (4.00 B+ 6.D.5 mm) 06 150. tolerance H8 WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I. RANGE tolerance h8 O.4 3.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.3 1.NHA Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS B A G R C N M I.00 .15 5.5 5.80 – 16.9 1/8 in (3.76 B – 0.97 – 6.00 – 180.90 0.2 Cross Section Where space permits.D.D.9 1/4 in (6.1 10.00 B+ 9.3 2. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1.64 B – 0.00 – 250.76 B – 0.65 – 4.78 – 4.4 mm) 05 50.32 0. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.) and a 76.74 0.05 0.00 B+ 18.45 8.4 mm) 02 3.6 mm) 01 2.7 6.00 B+ 2.12 12.50 – 300. the part number should specify: NHA - M 007000 .D.07 – 12.38 B – 0.84 3.03 .7 9.76 B – 0.6 3.7 mm) 04 12.00 B+ 4.7 2.2 mm) 03 6.9 3/32 in (2.4 4.15 mm bore (cavity O.00 mm shaft (cavity I. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.50 – 75.D.3 3/8 in (9.75 15.D.3 6.52 4.4 14.76 B – 1. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NHA Seal for a cavity with a 70.00 – 500. (rod/shaft diameter or piston groove diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-5 .).00 – 1400.22 0.04 0.00 B+ 12. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.48 – 8.

Dynamic Seal Applications: • Best choice for sealing rotating shafts. motors and rotary actuators. G N J 30° 60° R M C A CYLINDER BORE DIAMETER D H B K I SHAFT DIAMETER CL Advanced Products C-6 ES0498 . • Heavy I. • Low load high-compliance spring energizer. • Dual retained spring-energizer for maximum security. 21 MPa (subject to PV guidelines – see page E-2). seal-lip ensures longest life. flange stabilizes seal.D.FLO Mark IV Flanged Axial I. prevents seal rotation and resists thermally induced movement. such as pumps. • Suitable for pressures to 3000 psi. Features: • O.D.D. • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions. medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. including choice of light. • Available with silicone-filled cavity for food and drug applications.

FLO Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION CODE SECTION CAVITY B A G I.58 – 3.00 B+ 7.64 B+ 9.4 mm) 02 5.40 1.4 mm) 05 B – 1.50 3/32 in (2.D.00 B+ 9.24 0.00 – 180.00 1/8 in (3.D.76 B+ 22.16 – 1.70 – 2.D.00 NOMINAL CROSS SECTION CROSS CODE SECTION REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS C N M I.03 .6 2.56 – 0.4 8.2 mm) 03 12.56 – 0.00 mm shaft (cavity I.D.39 – 2.52 3.3 1/8 in (3. FLANGE O.76 B+ 12. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1. tolerance RADIUS tolerance H11 H11 I J K RANGE RANGE RANGE 1/16 in (1.74 0.8 2.2 mm) 03 B – 0. Advanced Products ES0498 C-7 .78 – 5. RANGE tolerance h8 O.00 0. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.76 B+ 17.00 B+ 5.3 7.8 3.80 – 1.1 3/32 in (2.56 – 0.00 – 685.64 0.78 0.7 1/4 in (6. (shaft diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) FLS Mark IV Flanged Scraper Axial I.00 .3 3/16 in (4.04 0.7 6.50 0.35 0. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.8 4.0 5.D.6 mm) 01 B – 0.000 B+ 17.15 mm bore (cavity O. Dynamic Seal For Mark IV Flanged Scraper Seal FLS simply specify FLS in the part number instead of FLO.00 B+ 12.00 – 300.00 1.00 B+ 2.53 – 9.00 – 76.38 B+ 7.00 0. the part number should specify: FLO - M 007000 .64 0.66 – 0. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.25 – 0. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.50 – 250.50 B+ 10.84 2.4 mm) 05 50.4 mm) 02 B – 0.50 B+ 13.41 – 0.35 0. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a FLO Seal for a cavity with a 70.30 – 0.4 Cross Section Where space permits.7 3.) and a 76.96 – 1.84 0.20 3/16 in (4.5 1.25 – 0.00 B+ 6.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.12 9.D.45 7.00 B+ 4.40 – 0.6 mm) 01 3.66 1.00 0.51 1.14 – 7.64 0.30 – 1.7 mm) 04 22.60 1/4 in (6.15 4.).00 – 1. All FLO cavity dimensions apply to the FLS EnerSeal.39 0. tolerance H8 WIDTH RANGE R H D MAX.D.D.7 mm) 04 B – 1.03 0.

medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. Typical applications include pumps.D. • Used in low pressure reciprocating applications. seal-lip ensures longest life. Dynamic Seal Applications: • Ideal for sealing rotating shafts without a flange cavity. motors and rotary actuators. • Low load high-compliance spring energizer. 21 MPa (subject to PV guidelines – see page E-2). N M C G R A CYLINDER BORE B DIAMETER ROD / SHAFT DIAMETER CL ROD / SHAFT MODE Advanced Products C-8 ES0498 . • Dual retained spring-energizer for maximum security. Features: • Heavy I. • Suitable for pressures to 3000 psi.D. including choice of light. • Available with scraper lip option (SLI) for abrasive media.NLI Mark IV Axial I. • Available with silicone-filled cavity for food and drug applications. • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions.

00 mm shaft (cavity I. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NLI Seal for a cavity with a 70.00 .4 8.00 B+ 9.03 .D.4 mm) 05 50.12 9.00 B+ 6.D.15 4.8 3.1 3/32 in (2.5 1.6 2.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I. RANGE tolerance h8 O.52 3.6 mm) 01 3.8 4.). the part number should specify: NLI - M 007000 .76 B – 0.D.8 2.00 – 75.84 0.4 mm) 02 5.00 – 180. Advanced Products ES0498 C-9 .D.64 0.14 – 7. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.84 2.7 6.39 0.7 mm) 04 22.3 3/16 in (4. Dynamic Seal For Mark IV Scraper Seal SLI simply specify SLI in the part number instead of NLI.) and a 76.D. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.64 B – 0.15 mm bore (cavity O.3 7.NLI Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS B A G R C N M I.03 0.45 7. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.39 – 2.38 B – 0.2 mm) 03 12.4 Cross Section Where space permits.7 3.00 – 300. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.78 0.00 – 685.76 B – 1.00 B+ 4.78 – 5. tolerance H8 WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.58 – 3.00 B+ 12. All NLI cavity dimensions apply to the SLI EnerSeal.50 – 250.D.7 1/4 in (6.0 5.00 B+ 2.53 – 9.3 1/8 in (3. (rod/shaft diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) SLI Mark IV Scraper Axial I.D. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1.76 B – 1.

• Suitable for pressures to 3000 psi. Dynamic Seal Applications: • Ideal for sealing O. 21 MPa (subject to PV guidelines – see page E-2). including choice of light. • Available with scraper lip option (SLO) for abrasive media. • Low load high-compliance spring energizer. medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. • Dual retained spring-energizer for maximum security. seal-lip ensures longest life.D. • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions. rotating housings. N M C G R A CYLINDER BORE DIAMETER PISTON GROOVE DIAMETER B CL PISTON MODE Advanced Products C-10 ES0498 .NLO Mark IV Axial O.D. • Used in low pressure reciprocating applications. • Available with silicone-filled cavity for food and drug applications.D. Features: • Heavy O.

00 A – 4.5 1.76 B – 1.15 4.3 1/8 in (3.76 B – 0.4 mm) 02 9.D.00 .00 A – 12.00 A – 9.D.6 mm) 01 6. Advanced Products ES0498 C-11 .38 B – 0.8 2. (cylinder bore diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) SLO Mark IV Scraper Axial O.85 mm piston diameter (cavity I.03 0. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.D.8 3.00 – 250.8 4.39 0.14 – 7. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.7 1/4 in (6.D.12 9.53 – 9.50 – 300. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NLO Seal for a cavity with a 70.7 3.78 – 5.45 7.4 8.6 2.03 .7 mm) 04 31.D.) and a 63. the part number should specify: NLO - M 007000 .3 3/16 in (4.7 6.3 7.58 – 3.00 A – 6.84 0.00 mm bore diameter (cavity O.64 B – 0. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.84 2.2 mm) 03 19.D.4 Cross Section Where space permits.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity O. RANGE tolerance H8 I. All NLO cavity dimensions apply to the SLO EnerSeal.78 0.0 5.39 – 2.1 3/32 in (2. Dynamic Seal For Mark IV Scraper Seal SLO simply specify SLO in the part number instead of NLO.D.00 – 75.64 0.NLO Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS A B G R C N M O.52 3. tolerance h8 WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.76 B – 1.).4 mm) 05 63. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.00 – 685.00 A – 2.50 – 180.

long. including choice of light.D. • Widest range of cross-sections and diameters available. lip reduces frictional losses.D.D. static leg stabilizes seal. • Squared. 21MPa. C G R A CYLINDER BORE DIAMETER B ROD DIAMETER CL ROD MODE Advanced Products C-12 ES0498 .BAI Mark X I. Applications: • Best choice for sealing reciprocating actuator rods. • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions. all with excellent fatigue resistance. N M • Suitable for pressures to 3000 psi. including sizes for upgrading standard O-ring glands. scraper-type I. • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available. Dynamic Axial Seal Features: • Heavy I. medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. • Short. seal-lip ensures longest life.

7 5.64 0.D.75 13.76 B – 0.52 3.2 mm) 03 6.58 – 3.00 – 180. the part number should specify: BAI - M 007000 .00 – 250.03 .0 3/16 in (4.0 3/32 in (2.).00 mm shaft (cavity I.0 10. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.D.12 9.6 mm) 01 2.59 0.4 mm) 02 3.39 – 2.50 – 300.53 – 9.3 1.45 7.0 8. RANGE tolerance h8 REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS G R C N O.00 B+ 2.64 B – 0.00 B+ 18.15 4.00 B+ 4. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a BAI Seal for a cavity with a 70.00 .38 B – 0.7 mm) 04 12. (rod diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-13 .5 6. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1.4 mm) 05 50.D.76 B – 0.03 0.84 0.D.6 Cross Section Where space permits.5 mm) 06 150.14 – 7.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.7 2.00 – 500.8 3/8 in (9.7 12.00 B+ 12.39 0.34 – 13.D.6 4. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.50 – 75. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.00 – 1400.78 – 5.4 1/4 in (6.) and a 76.4 2.00 B+ 6.5 3.15 mm bore (cavity O.D.0 1/8 in (3. tolerance H8 M WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.84 2.76 B – 0.00 B+ 9.8 7.78 0.7 3.76 B – 1.BAI Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY B A I.

BAO Mark X O.D. Dynamic Axial Seal
Applications:
• Best choice for sealing pistons.
• Suitable for pressures to 3000 psi, 21 MPa.
Features:
• Heavy O.D. seal-lip ensures longest life.
• Short, scraper-type O.D. lip reduces
frictional losses.
• Squared, long, static leg stabilizes seal.
• Widest range of cross-sections and
diameters available, including sizes for
upgrading standard O-ring glands.
• Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions, including choice of light, medium
and heavy loads (for friction control) and
'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use.
• Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available, all with excellent fatigue resistance.

N

Reversing pressures require
a double cavity piston with
back-to-back seals.

CL

G

G

R

R

M
C

A

CYLINDER BORE
DIAMETER
PISTON GROOVE
DIAMETER

B

PISTON
MODE

Advanced Products

C-14

ES0498

BAO Cavity Dimensioning
NOMINAL CROSS
CROSS
SECTION
SECTION
CODE

CAVITY

REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS

A

B

G

R

C

N

M

O.D. RANGE
tolerance H8

I.D.
tolerance h8

WIDTH

MAXIMUM
RADIUS

I.D.

FREE
HEIGHT

WIDTH

1/16 in
(1,6 mm)

01

5,50 – 75,00

A – 2,84

2,39 – 2,64

0,38

B – 0,3

1,7

2,0

3/32 in
(2,4 mm)

02

7,50 – 180,00

A – 4,52

3,58 – 3,84

0,64

B – 0,4

2,7

3,0

1/8 in
(3,2 mm)

03

12,50 – 250,00

A – 6,15

4,78 – 5,03

0,76

B – 0,5

3,6

4,0

3/16 in
(4,7 mm)

04

22,00 – 300,00

A – 9,45

7,14 – 7,39

0,76

B – 0,7

5,5

6,4

1/4 in
(6,4 mm)

05

63,00 – 500,00

A – 12,12

9,53 – 9,78

0,76

B – 0,8

7,0

8,8

3/8 in
(9,5 mm)

06

170,00 – 1400,00

A – 18,75

13,34 – 13,59

0,76

B – 1,0

10,7

12,6

Cross Section
Where space permits, use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.
The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.
If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range, use the largest recommended
diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.

Part Number/Ordering
Example: To order a BAO Seal for a cavity with a 70,00 mm bore diameter (cavity O.D.) and a 63,85 mm
piston diameter (cavity I.D.), the part number should specify:

BAO -

M 007000 - 03

- 00 - 0
EnerSeal Cross Section Code

Cavity O.D. (to two decimal places)
(cylinder bore diameter)
SI Units (millimeters)

Advanced Products

ES0498

C-15

BHI Mark X-H I.D. Dynamic Axial Seal
Applications:
• Best choice for high pressure sealing of
reciprocating actuator rods.
• Suitable for pressures up to 8000 psi,
55 MPa.
Features:
• Extended heel reduces the effects of
extrusion.
• Heavy I.D. seal-lip ensures longest life.
• Short, scraper-type I.D. lip reduces frictional
losses.
• Squared, long, static leg stabilizes seal.
• Widest range of cross-sections and
diameters available, including sizes for
upgrading standard O-ring glands.
• Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions, including choice of light, medium
and heavy loads (for friction control) and
'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use.
• Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available, all with excellent fatigue resistance.

N

M
C

G

A

CYLINDER BORE
DIAMETER

R
B

ROD
DIAMETER

CL
ROD
MODE

Advanced Products

C-16

ES0498

7 15.D. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances. RANGE tolerance h8 REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS G R C N O.D.22 0.4 mm) 05 50.00 B+ 4.D.80 – 16.78 – 4.00 B+ 6.00 – 500. tolerance H8 M WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.00 – 250.3 3/8 in (9.7 3.45 8.7 4. the part number should specify: BHI - M 007000 .00 .4 mm) 02 3.5 7.0 Cross Section Where space permits.76 B – 0.76 B – 0.50 – 300.12 12.05 0.3 1.6 5.D.00 mm shaft (cavity I. (rod diameter or piston groove diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-17 .52 4.07 – 12.48 – 8.8 7.00 B+ 2.97 – 6.64 B – 0.76 B – 0.03 .BHI Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY B A I.84 3.6 mm) 01 2.74 0.32 0.04 0.D.2 3/16 in (4.) and a 76.4 3/32 in (2.38 B – 0.00 B+ 18. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.15 5.7 5.5 3.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.75 15.7 mm) 04 12.4 2.90 0.2 mm) 03 6.00 – 180.7 1/4 in (6.50 – 75.00 B+ 12.0 1/8 in (3.0 11. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a BHI Seal for a cavity with a 70. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.0 10.65 – 4.5 mm) 06 150.00 – 1400. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.15 mm bore (cavity O.00 B+ 9.).D.76 B – 1.

CL G G R R N M C A CYLINDER BORE DIAMETER PISTON GROOVE DIAMETER B PISTON MODE Advanced Products C-18 ES0498 . seal-lip ensures longest life. static leg stabilizes seal. Reversing pressures require a double cavity piston with back-to-back seals. • Widest range of cross-sections and diameters available. Dynamic Axial Seal Applications: • Best choice for high pressure sealing of pistons.D. • Short. lip reduces frictional losses. • Many high-resilience spring-energizer-options. scraper-type O. Features: • Heavy O. • Suitable for pressures up to 8000 psi. • Extended heel reduces the effects of extrusion. Standard O-ring glands. • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available. including choice of light.D. • Squared.BHO Mark X O. medium and heavy loads (for friction control) and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. including sizes for upgrading standard O-ring glands. long.D. all with excellent fatigue resistance. 55 MPa.

7 4.04 0.50 – 75.12 12.76 B – 0.0 1/8 in (3. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.76 B – 0. the part number should specify: BHO - M 007000 .76 B – 0.65 – 4.3 3/8 in (9.4 mm) 05 63.0 11.3 1.D. RANGE tolerance H8 I.4 mm) 02 7.D. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a BHO Seal for a cavity with a 70.6 mm) 01 5.6 5.).D.80 – 16.D.50 – 180.38 B – 0.4 3/32 in (2.00 A – 2.BHO Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS A B G R C N M O.84 3.7 3.32 0.00 A – 6.5 mm) 06 170.7 15. tolerance h8 WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.00 – 1400.85 mm piston diameter (cavity I.90 0.7 1/4 in (6.50 – 250.D.00 A – 9. (cylinder bore diameter) (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-19 .00 – 300.0 10.45 8.22 0.48 – 8.97 – 6.00 .00 A – 4. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.4 2.00 – 500.D.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity O.00 A – 18. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1.78 – 4.5 3.8 7.15 5.5 7.00 mm bore diameter (cavity O.07 – 12.64 B – 0.2 3/16 in (4.2 mm) 03 12.) and a 63.52 4. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.76 B – 1.05 0.74 0.03 .7 5.7 mm) 04 22.0 Cross Section Where space permits. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.00 A – 12.75 15.

N M • Many high-resilience springenergizer-options. • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available. A F R R CL G D COUNTERBORE MODE GROOVE MODE Advanced Products C-20 ES0498 .NAI Mark I Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Excellent internally pressurized. 55 MPa. • Suitable for use in shallow groove or counterbores with as little as 0. medium and heavy loads and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. Features: • High resiliency resists permanent set and maintains long term compliance to flange separation. spring energized face seal for static and intermittent dynamic use.42 –1.47 mm) depth.056 – 0. including choice of light. • Good for pressures up to 8000 psi. all with excellent fatigue resistance.058 inch (1.

8 2.6 mm) 01 8.2 mm) 03 25.76 D 7.00 6.7 3.58 13. and a depth of 3.00 .0 3/8 in (9.07 – 3.00 9.31 3.9 3/16 in (4.0 8.00 – 400.9 1/4 in (6.00 4.00 – 200.64 D 3.38 D 1.4 mm) 02 14. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NAI Seal for a cavity with a 70.D.00 2.00 1.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity O.78 7.4 11.6 3.7 mm) 04 48.00 – 100.58 0. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1.78 0.53 0.4 mm) 05 115.D.D.47 – 9.0 1/8 in (3. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS O.12 9.14 0.7 Cross Section Where space permits. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section. (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-21 .5 5.26 0. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.0 3/32 in (2.12 4. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.05 – 6.5 mm) 06 200.47 2.10 mm.15 – 65.42 – 1.26 – 2.39 0.72 – 4.03 .38 D 2.76 D 5.00 – 1000.76 D 10.D. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.00 mm O.00 – 350.00 3.NAI Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS D F G R A N M O. the part number should specify: NAI - M 007000 .

056 – 0. • Good for pressures up to 8000 psi. Features: • High resiliency resists permanent set and maintains long term compliance to flange separation. spring energized face seal for static and intermittent dynamic use.47 mm) depth.42 –1. including choice of light. N M A F R R CL D OPEN GROOVE MODE G GROOVE MODE Advanced Products C-22 ES0498 . 55 MPa. all with excellent fatigue resistance. • Suitable for use in shallow groove or counterbores with as little as 0. medium and heavy loads and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use. • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available.058 inch (1.NAE Mark I External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Excellent externally pressurized. • Many high-resilience springenergizer-options.

If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.14 0.D.26 0.9 3/16 in (4.72 – 4.0 3/32 in (2.39 0.5 mm) 06 200.9 1/4 in (6.6 mm) 01 4.38 D 1.7 mm) 04 40.6 3. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.12 4.00 – 100.7 3.5 5.4 11.00 2.2 mm) 03 20.76 D 7.D.00 – 200.12 9.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.00 9.64 D 3.00 4. and a depth of 3.03 .42 – 1.78 7.76 D 5. the part number should specify: NAE - M 007000 .26 – 2.NAE Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS D F G R A N M I.00 3.53 0.0 1/8 in (3.0 8.00 1.75 – 65.58 0.8 2.07 – 3. (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-23 .38 D 2.D.76 D 10. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.7 Cross Section Where space permits.0 3/8 in (9.D.00 – 400.00 6.00 – 300.10 mm.05 – 6.58 13.4 mm) 02 10. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NAE Seal for a cavity with a 70.78 0.00 mm I.00 . use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.00 – 1000.4 mm) 05 90.31 3.47 – 9.47 2.

all with excellent fatigue resistance. • Extended heel reduces the effects of extrusion. • Suitable for use in shallow groove or counterbores with as little as 0. A • Good for highest pressures to 20.47 mm) depth. 140 MPa.42 –1.056 – 0. Advanced Products C-24 ES0498 . • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available.NHI Mark I-H Internal Internal Pressure Pr Face Seal N M Applications: • Excellent internally pressurized.000 psi. • Many high-resilience spring-energizer-options.058 inch (1. F R R CL G D COUNTERBORE MODE GROOVE MODE Features: • High resiliency resists permanent set and maintains long term compliance to flange separation. spring energized face seal for static and intermittent dynamic use. including choice of light. medium and heavy loads and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use.

2 mm) 03 25. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS O.00 – 350.47 – 9.26 – 2.D.00 – 200.00 4.50 0. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NHI Seal for a cavity with a 70. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.12 11.00 1.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity O.9 1/8 in (3.30 0. and a depth of 3.76 D 7.00 9.2 Cross Section Where space permits.78 8.6 mm) 01 8.0 9.58 15.4 mm) 05 115.9 1/4 in (6.25 0.07 – 3.05 0.15 – 65.4 14.42 – 1.00 mm O.72 – 4.3 3/8 in (9.38 D 1. (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-25 .47 3.00 – 1000.8 2. the part number should specify: NHI - M 007000 .31 4.5 mm) 06 200.D.48 0.10 mm.76 D 5.00 – 100.4 mm) 02 14. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.76 D 10.03 .6 4.00 3. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.D.5 6.64 D 3.NHI Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS D F G R A N M O.9 3/16 in (4.12 6.05 – 6.7 mm) 04 48.00 .00 – 400.00 6.9 3/32 in (2.7 3.D.38 D 2.00 2.80 0.

• Good for highest pressures beyond 20. Features: • High resiliency resists permanent set and maintains long term compliance to flange separation. R R CL D OPEN GROOVE MODE G GROOVE MODE Advanced Products C-26 ES0498 .47 mm) depth. 140 MPa. • Suitable for use in shallow groove or counterbores with as little as 0.058 inch (1. all with excellent fatigue resistance.056 – 0. spring energized face seal for static and intermittent dynamic use. A • Extended heel reduces the effects of extrusion. including choice of light. medium and heavy loads and 'NACE' corrosion resistance for oil field use.42 –1.NHE Mark I-H External External Pressure Pr Face Seal N M Applications: • Excellent externally pressurized. F • Many high-resilience spring-energizeroptions. • Lowest cost elastomeric energizers available.000 psi.

26 – 2.38 D 1.00 – 1000.12 11.10 mm.38 D 2.D.2 mm) 03 20.05 – 6. the part number should specify: NHE - M 007000 . RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 1/16 in (1.00 2.9 3/16 in (4.00 – 300.5 mm) 06 200.03 .0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.9 3/32 in (2.72 – 4.7 3.00 – 400.2 Cross Section Where space permits.58 15.00 9.D.76 D 10.30 0.25 0.00 4.00 – 200.50 0.47 – 9.00 3.3 3/8 in (9.76 D 7.64 D 3.00 6. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.00 – 100. (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-27 .4 mm) 05 90.75 – 65.00 mm I.76 D 5.48 0.0 9.6 mm) 01 4.4 mm) 02 10.5 6.07 – 3.78 8. and a depth of 3.05 0.00 1.D.80 0. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.31 4.6 4.7 mm) 04 40.D.42 – 1.12 6. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NHE Seal for a cavity with a 70.NHE Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS D F G R A N M I.9 1/4 in (6.8 2. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.9 1/8 in (3.00 .4 14.47 3.

• Spring energizer acts as control band to resist shrinkage.NRI Mark V Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • High force internally pressurized. • Good for pressures up to 5000 psi. 35 MPa. spring energized face seal for static cryogenic applications. • Many high-resilience springenergizer-options. N M A F R R CL G D COUNTERBORE MODE GROOVE MODE Advanced Products C-28 ES0498 . Features: • High resiliency resists permanent set and maintains long term compliance to flange separation. including 'NACE' approved materials.

(to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-29 .00 9.10 mm.00 6.7 mm) 07 200.D.1 9. and a depth of 6.D.D.75 D 12.78 9.0 16.4 Cross Section Where space permits.72 – 4.00 – 1000. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NRI Seal for a cavity with a 70.12 10.8 1/2 in (12.75 D 7.00 12.00 0.00 mm O. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.00 4.0 8.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity O.75 D 8. the part number should specify: NRI - M 007000 .6 11.00 .00 – 300.70 – 12. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.1 3/8 in (9.50 0.00 0. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.75 D 16.05 – 6. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS O.05 .00 – 1200.D. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 3/16 in (4.NRI Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS D F G R A N M O. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.7 mm) 04 50.58 13.1 1/4 in (6.00 – 1200.5 mm) 06 150.80 18.50 0.47 – 9.4 mm) 05 80.

NRE Mark V External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • High force externally pressurized. 35 MPa. Features: • High resiliency resists permanent set and maintains long term compliance to flange separation. spring energized face seal for static cryogenic applications. • Good for pressures up to 5000 psi. N M A F R R CL D OPEN GROOVE MODE G GROOVE MODE Advanced Products C-30 ES0498 . • Many high-resilience springenergizer-options. including 'NACE' approved materials.

70 – 12.0 EnerSeal Cross Section Code Cavity I.75 D 12.1 9.00 mm I.D.72 – 4.NRE Cavity Dimensioning NOMINAL CROSS CROSS SECTION SECTION CODE CAVITY REFERENCE SEAL DIMENSIONS D F G R A N M I.00 12.D.00 0.0 8.47 – 9.1 3/8 in (9.78 9.00 – 1000. FREE HEIGHT WIDTH 3/16 in (4. (to two decimal places) SI Units (millimeters) Advanced Products ES0498 C-31 .00 6.05 .00 – 300.00 .10 mm.75 D 16.4 Cross Section Where space permits.1 1/4 in (6.00 – 1200. If specifying a diameter which is above the recommended diameter range.7 mm) 07 200.75 D 7.4 mm) 05 80.00 9.50 0.0 16. use the largest recommended diameter for the appropriate cross section to determine the cavity tolerances.00 4.12 10.50 0.D.58 13.6 11.00 – 1200.7 mm) 04 50.75 D 8. Part Number/Ordering Example: To order a NRE Seal for a cavity with a 70. use of the largest cross section seal is preferred.80 18. The Tolerance Reference Table can be found on Page E-11 of the Technical Data Section.D.8 1/2 in (12. and a depth of 6.05 – 6. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS I.00 0.5 mm) 06 150. the part number should specify: NRE - M 007000 .

Dynamic Piston Seals 005 006 007 008 009 010 E000108 E000123 E000154 E000185 E000217 E000248 – – – – – – 01 01 01 01 01 01 E000221 E000235 E000266 E000297 E000329 E000360 – – – – – – 01 01 01 01 01 01 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 E000310 E000373 E000435 E000498 E000560 E000623 E000685 E000748 E000810 E000873 E000935 E000998 E001060 E001123 E001185 E001248 E001310 E001373 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 E000422 E000485 E000550 E000613 E000675 E000738 E000800 E000863 E000925 E000991 E001053 E001116 E001178 E001241 E001303 E001366 E001428 E001491 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 Part Number Example: XXX - MIL-G-5514 Glands 3/32 inch Nominal Cross Section E 000000.D. 117 through 149. one backup ring. no backup ring.D. Dynamic Piston Seals E000550 E000613 E000675 E000738 E000800 E000863 E000925 E000991 E001053 E001116 E001178 E001241 E001303 E001366 E001428 E001491 E001553 E001616 E001678 E001741 E001805 E001867 E001930 E001992 E002055 E002118 E002180 E002243 E002305 E002368 E002430 E002493 E002555 E002618 E002680 E002743 E002805 E002868 E002930 E002993 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 Advanced Products C-32 ES0498 . MIL-G-5514 Glands 1/16 inch Nominal Cross Section EnerSeal Size MS28775 for I. Elastomeric O-Rings used in glands with dash numbers 013 through 028.D. BHI etc. and 223 through 247 are intended for static applications only due to the possibility of spiral failure occurring in these larger diameter sizes of the smaller cross section O-Rings. As a result.) is preferred.00 . Dynamic Dash Rod Seals Number & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Advanced Products EnerSeals are an excellent choice for use in dynamic applications with these dash numbers.EnerSeal Size for MIL-G-5514 Standard Glands EnerSeals are produced in a complete range of sizes conforming to MIL-G-5514 O-Ring gland specifications.00 .D.0 EnerSeal Size EnerSeal Size MS28775 for I. When one and two backup ring glands are used a long heel EnerSeal (NHA. and two backup rings. To select the EnerSeal Size refer to the list of the MS28775 Dash numbers in the adjacent table. The EnerSeal is designed for use in all three gland width configurations. Dynamic Dash Rod Seals Number & Static Seals 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 E000373 E000435 E000498 E000560 E000623 E000685 E000748 E000810 E000873 E000935 E000998 E001060 E001123 E001185 E001248 E001310 E001373 E001435 E001498 E001560 E001623 E001685 E001748 E001810 E001873 E001936 E001998 E002061 E002123 E002186 E002248 E002311 E002373 E002436 E002498 E002561 E002623 E002686 E002748 E002811 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 EnerSeal Size for O.

Dynamic Dash Rod Seals Number & Static Seals MIL-G-5514 Glands 1/4 inch Nominal Cross Section EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Piston Seals EnerSeal Size MS28775 for I. Dynamic Dash Rod Seals Number & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O.D. Dynamic Dash Rod Seals Number & Static Seals MIL-G-5514 Glands 3/16 inch Nominal Cross Section EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Piston Seals EnerSeal Size MS28775 for I.MIL-G-5514 Glands 1/8 inch Nominal Cross Section EnerSeal Size MS28775 for I.D.D. Dynamic Piston Seals 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 E000748 E000810 E000873 E000935 E000998 E001060 E001123 E001185 E001248 E001310 E001373 E001435 – – – – – – – – – – – – 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 E000991 E001053 E001116 E001178 E001241 E001303 E001366 E001428 E001491 E001553 E001616 E001678 – – – – – – – – – – – – 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 E001498 E001623 E001748 E001873 E001998 E002123 E002248 E002373 E002498 E002623 E002748 E002873 – – – – – – – – – – – – 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 E001867 – E001992 – E002118 – E002243 – E002368 – E002493 – E002618 – E002743 – E002868 – E002993 – E003118 – E003243 – 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 E004497 E004622 E004747 E004872 E004997 E005122 E005247 E005372 E005497 E005622 E005747 E005872 – – – – – – – – – – – – 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 E004974 E005099 E005224 E005349 E005474 E005599 E005724 E005849 E005974 E006099 E006224 E006349 – – – – – – – – – – – – 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 E001498 – E001623 – E001748 – E001873 – E001998 – E002123 – E002248 – E002373 – 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 E001741 E001867 E001992 E002118 E002243 E002368 E002493 E002618 – – – – – – – – 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 E002997 E003122 E003247 E003372 E003497 E003622 E003747 E003872 – – – – – – – – 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 E003368 – E003493 – E003618 – E003743 – E003868 – E003993 – E004118 – E004243 – 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 E005997 E006247 E006497 E006747 E006997 E007247 E007497 E007747 – – – – – – – – 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 E006474 E006724 E006974 E007224 E007474 E007724 E007974 E008224 – – – – – – – – 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 E002498 E002623 E002748 E002873 E002997 E003122 E003247 E003372 E003497 E003622 E003747 E003872 E003997 E004122 E004247 E004372 E004497 E004622 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 E002743 E002868 E002993 E003118 E003243 E003368 E003493 E003618 E003743 E003868 E003993 E004118 E004243 E004368 E004493 E004618 E004743 E004868 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 345 346 347 348 349 E003997 E004122 E004247 E004372 E004497 – – – – – 04 04 04 04 04 E004368 – E004493 – E004618 – E004743 – E004868 – 04 04 04 04 04 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 E007997 E008497 E008997 E009497 E009997 E010497 E010997 E011497 E011997 E012497 E012997 E013497 E013997 E014497 E014997 E015497 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 E008474 E008974 E009474 E009974 E010474 E010974 E011474 E011974 E012474 E012974 E013474 E013974 E014474 E014974 E015474 E015974 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Advanced Products ES0498 C-33 .D.D.D.

When one and two backup ring glands are used a long heel EnerSeal (NHA. one backup ring. and two backup rings. To select the EnerSeal Size for these Standard Industrial Glands. Dynamic Rod Seals & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Per this standard.D. Size Dash Number 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 EnerSeal Size for I.EnerSeal Size for Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands 1/16 inch Nominal Cross Section EnerSeals are available to fit all Standard Industrial Glands which are specified in fractions of inches. Dynamic Piston Seals E000109 E000125 E000156 E000187 E000218 E000250 E000312 E000375 E000437 E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001500 E001625 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003250 E003500 E003750 E004000 E004250 E000234 E000250 E000281 E000312 E000343 E000375 E000437 E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001437 E001500 E001625 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003375 E003625 E003875 E004125 E004375 Part Number Example: XXX - E 000000. This Series is designated with a cross section code –11 through –15. refer to the list of the Size Dash Numbers in the adjacent table.D. The EnerSeal is designed for use in all three gland width configurations: no backup ring.0 EnerSeal Size – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands 3/32 inch Nominal Cross Section Size Dash Number 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 EnerSeal Size for I. the nominal cross section size reflects the true gland cross section. BHI etc.) is preferred.D.00 . Dynamic Rod Seals & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Piston Seals E000187 E000219 E000250 E000312 E000375 E000437 E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001437 E001500 E001562 E001625 E001687 E001750 E001812 E001875 E001937 E002000 E002062 E002125 E002187 E002250 E002312 E002375 E002437 E002500 E002562 E002625 E002687 E002750 E002812 E002875 E003000 E003250 E003500 E003750 E004000 E004250 E004500 E004750 E005000 E005250 E005500 E000375 E000406 E000437 E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001437 E001500 E001562 E001625 E001687 E001750 E001812 E001875 E001937 E002000 E002062 E002125 E002187 E002250 E002312 E002375 E002437 E002500 E002562 E002625 E002687 E002750 E002812 E002875 E002937 E003000 E003062 E003187 E003437 E003687 E003937 E004187 E004437 E004687 E004937 E005187 E005437 E005687 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 Advanced Products C-34 ES0498 .D.00 .

D.Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands 1/8 inch Nominal Cross Section Size Dash Number 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 EnerSeal Size for I.D.D. Dynamic Rod Seals & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Piston Seals E000250 E000312 E000375 E000437 E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001437 E001500 E001625 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003250 E003375 E003500 E003625 E003750 E003875 E004000 E004125 E004250 E004375 E004500 E004625 E004750 E004875 E005000 E005125 E005250 E005375 E005500 E005625 E005750 E005875 E006000 E006250 E006500 E006750 E007000 E007250 E007500 E007750 E008000 E008250 E008500 E008750 E009000 E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001437 E001500 E001562 E001625 E001687 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003250 E003375 E003500 E003625 E003750 E003875 E004000 E004125 E004250 E004375 E004500 E004625 E004750 E004875 E005000 E005125 E005250 E005375 E005500 E005625 E005750 E005875 E006000 E006125 E006250 E006500 E006750 E007000 E007250 E007500 E007750 E008000 E008250 E008500 E008750 E009000 E009250 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands 3/16 inch Nominal Cross Section Size Dash Number 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 EnerSeal Size for I. Dynamic Piston Seals E000500 E000562 E000625 E000687 E000750 E000812 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001125 E001250 E001375 E001500 E001625 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003250 E003375 E003500 E003625 E003750 E003875 E004000 E004125 E004250 E004375 E004500 E004625 E004750 E004875 E005000 E005125 E005250 E005375 E005500 E005625 E005750 E005875 E006000 E006250 E006500 E006750 E007000 E007250 E007500 E007750 E008000 E008250 E008500 E008750 E009000 E009250 E009500 E009750 E010000 E010500 E000875 E000937 E001000 E001062 E001125 E001187 E001250 E001312 E001375 E001500 E001625 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003250 E003375 E003500 E003625 E003750 E003875 E004000 E004125 E004250 E004375 E004500 E004625 E004750 E004875 E005000 E005125 E005250 E005375 E005500 E005625 E005750 E005875 E006000 E006125 E006250 E006375 E006625 E006875 E007125 E007375 E007625 E007875 E008125 E008375 E008625 E008875 E009125 E009375 E009625 E009875 E010125 E010375 E010875 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 Standard Industrial (Fractional) Glands 1/4 inch Nominal Cross Section Size Dash Number 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 EnerSeal Size for I.D. Dynamic Rod Seals & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O.D.D. Dynamic Rod Seals & Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Piston Seals E001500 E001625 E001750 E001875 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003250 E003375 E003500 E003625 E003750 E003875 E004000 E004125 E004250 E004375 E004500 E004625 E004750 E004875 E005000 E005125 E005250 E005375 E005500 E005625 E005750 E005875 E006000 E006250 E006500 E006750 E007000 E007250 E007500 E007750 E008000 E008500 E009000 E009500 E010000 E010500 E011000 E011500 E012000 E012500 E013000 E013500 E014000 E014500 E015000 E015500 E002000 E002125 E002250 E002375 E002500 E002625 E002750 E002875 E003000 E003125 E003250 E003375 E003500 E003625 E003750 E003875 E004000 E004125 E004250 E004375 E004500 E004625 E004750 E004875 E005000 E005125 E005250 E005375 E005500 E005625 E005750 E005875 E006000 E006125 E006250 E006375 E006500 E006750 E007000 E007250 E007500 E007750 E008000 E008250 E008500 E009000 E009500 E010000 E010500 E011000 E011500 E012000 E012500 E013000 E013500 E014000 E014500 E015000 E015500 E016000 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 Advanced Products ES0498 C-35 .

AS4716 Glands 1/16 inch Nominal Cross Section Gland & AS568 Dash Number 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 EnerSeal Size for I. changes have been made to increase seal squeeze in certain smaller cross section glands. and two backup rings.D. AS4716 is similar to MIL-G-5514. Dynamic Rod Seals EnerSeal Size for O.D.EnerSeal Size for Aerospace Standard AS4716 Glands Advanced Products offers a complete line on standard EnerSeals conforming to the standard gland sizes defined by Aerospace Standard AS4716 for AS568 O-Rings.00 . When one and two backup ring glands are used a long heel EnerSeal (NHA.D. BHI etc.0 EnerSeal Size – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 AS4716 Glands 3/32 inch Nominal Cross Section Gland & AS568 Dash Number 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 EnerSeal Size for I. one backup ring. The EnerSeal is designed for use in all three gland width configurations: no backup ring. While specifically designed for standard elastomeric O-Rings. 117 through 149. The larger AS4716 cross section sizes (– 24 and – 25 EnerSeal cross sections) are identical to the MIL-G-5514 sizes (– 04 and – 05 EnerSeal cross sections). however. Dynamic Piston Seals E000108 E000123 E000154 E000185 E000217 E000248 E000310 E000373 E000435 E000498 E000560 E000623 E000685 E000748 E000810 E000873 E000935 E000998 E001060 E001123 E001185 E001248 E001310 E001373 E000221 E000235 E000266 E000297 E000329 E000360 E000422 E000485 E000550 E000613 E000675 E000738 E000800 E000863 E000925 E000991 E001053 E001116 E001178 E001241 E001303 E001366 E001428 E001491 Part Number Example: XXX - E 000000. and 223 through 247 for dynamic applications due to the possibility of spiral failure occurring in these larger diameter sizes of the smaller cross section O-Rings.D. AS4716 prohibits the use of elastomeric O-Rings for dash numbers 013 through 028. when the operating conditions are demanding. To select the EnerSeal Size refer to the list of the Gland and AS568 Dash Numbers in the adjacent table. including EnerSeals.) is preferred. EnerSeals are recommended. Dynamic Rod Seals EnerSeal Size for O. these standard glands are also to be used with other seals.00 . Dynamic Piston Seals E000373 E000435 E000498 E000560 E000623 E000685 E000748 E000810 E000873 E000935 E000998 E001060 E001123 E001185 E001248 E001310 E001373 E001435 E001498 E001560 E001623 E001685 E001748 E001810 E001873 E001936 E001998 E002061 E002123 E002186 E002248 E002311 E002373 E002436 E002498 E002561 E002623 E002686 E002748 E002811 E000550 E000613 E000675 E000738 E000800 E000863 E000925 E000991 E001053 E001116 E001178 E001241 E001303 E001366 E001428 E001491 E001553 E001616 E001678 E001741 E001805 E001867 E001930 E001992 E002055 E002118 E002180 E002243 E002305 E002368 E002430 E002493 E002555 E002618 E002680 E002743 E002805 E002868 E002930 E002993 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 Advanced Products C-36 ES0498 . This Series is designated with a cross section code –21 through –25. For dynamic applications with these dash numbers.

Dynamic Rod Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Piston Seals E000748 – E000810 – E000873 – E000935 – E000998 – E001060 – E001123 – E001185 – E001248 – E001310 – E001373 – E001435 – E001498 – E001623 – E001748 – E001873 – E001998 – E002123 – E002248 – E002373 – E002498 – E002623 – E002748 – E002873 – E002997 – E003122 – E003247 – E003372 – E003497 – E003622 – E003747 – E003872 – E003997 – E004122 – E004247 – E004372 – E004497 – E004622 – E000991 E001053 E001116 E001178 E001241 E001303 E001366 E001428 E001491 E001553 E001616 E001678 E001741 E001867 E001992 E002118 E002243 E002368 E002493 E002618 E002743 E002868 E002993 E003118 E003243 E003368 E003493 E003618 E003743 E003868 E003993 E004118 E004243 E004368 E004493 E004618 E004743 E004868 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 Gland & AS568 Dash Number 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 AS4716 Glands 1/4 inch Nominal Cross Section EnerSeal Size for I.D.D. Dynamic Piston Seals E001498 E001623 E001748 E001873 E001998 E002123 E002248 E002373 E002498 E002623 E002748 E002873 E002997 E003122 E003247 E003372 E003497 E003622 E003747 E003872 E003997 E004122 E004247 E004372 E004497 E001867 – E001992 – E002118 – E002243 – E002368 – E002493 – E002618 – E002743 – E002868 – E002993 – E003118 – E003243 – E003368 – E003493 – E003618 – E003743 – E003868 – E003993 – E004118 – E004243 – E004368 – E004493 – E004618 – E004743 – E004868 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 Gland & AS568 Dash Number 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 EnerSeal Size for I. Dynamic Piston Seals E004497 E004622 E004747 E004872 E004997 E005122 E005247 E005372 E005497 E005622 E005747 E005872 E005997 E006247 E006497 E006747 E006997 E007247 E007497 E007747 E007997 E008497 E008997 E009497 E009997 E010497 E010997 E011497 E011997 E012497 E012997 E013497 E013997 E014497 E014997 E015497 E004974 E005099 E005224 E005349 E005474 E005599 E005724 E005849 E005974 E006099 E006224 E006349 E006474 E006724 E006974 E007224 E007474 E007724 E007974 E008224 E008474 E008974 E009474 E009974 E010474 E010974 E011474 E011974 E012474 E012974 E013474 E013974 E014474 E014974 E015474 E015974 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Advanced Products ES0498 C-37 . Dynamic Rod Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Rod Seals EnerSeal Size for O.AS4716 Glands 3/16 inch Nominal Cross Section AS4716 Glands 1/8 inch Nominal Cross Section Gland & AS568 Dash Number 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 EnerSeal Size for I.D.D.D.D.

00 . please contact one of our Application Engineers at any of our worldwide offices for the appropriate EnerSeal size.) is preferred.D.5 36 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 EnerSeal Size for I. and two backup rings. When one and two backup ring glands are used a long heel EnerSeal (NHA. If a seal is required for a static face seal groove in accordance with JIS B-2406. There are two size classifications defined in this standard.sizes are intended only for static use.5 30 31 31. To select the EnerSeal Size refer to the list of JIS B-2406 Nominal Numbers in the adjacent table.D.2 12 12.5 14 15 16 18 20 21 22 22A 22. The P.5 32 34 35 35. Dynamic Rod Seals and Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Part Number Example: XXX - M 000000-00 . Dynamic Piston Seals M000300-31 M000400-31 M000500-31 M000600-31 M000700-31 M000800-31 M000900-31 M001000-31 M001000-32 M001100-32 M001120-32 M001200-32 M001250-32 M001400-32 M001500-32 M001600-32 M001800-32 M002000-32 M002100-32 M002200-32 M002200-34 M002240-34 M002400-34 M002500-34 M002550-34 M002600-34 M002800-34 M002900-34 M002950-34 M003000-34 M003100-34 M003150-34 M003200-34 M003400-34 M003500-34 M003550-34 M003600-34 M003800-34 M003900-34 M004000-34 M004100-34 M004200-34 M004400-34 M004500-34 M004600-34 M000600-31 M000700-31 M000800-31 M000900-31 M001000-31 M001100-31 M001200-31 M001300-31 M001400-32 M001500-32 M001520-32 M001600-32 M001650-32 M001800-32 M001900-32 M002000-32 M002200-32 M002400-32 M002500-32 M002600-32 M002800-34 M002840-34 M003000-34 M003100-34 M003150-34 M003200-34 M003400-34 M003500-34 M003550-34 M003600-34 M003700-34 M003750-34 M003800-34 M004000-34 M004100-34 M004150-34 M004200-34 M004400-34 M004500-34 M004600-34 M004700-34 M004800-34 M005000-34 M005100-34 M005200-34 Advanced Products C-38 ES0498 . one backup ring. This Series is designated with a cross section code –31 through –35.sizes are for both static and dynamic applications and the G.5 26 28 29 29. The EnerSeal is designed for use in all three gland width configurations: no backup ring. BHI etc.EnerSeal Size for Japanese Industrial Standard Glands (JIS B-2406) EnerSeals are available in a complete range of sizes for JIS B-2406 standard O-Ring glands.0 EnerSeal Size Japanese Industrial Standard Glands (JIS B-2406) Number of O-Ring P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10A 11 11.4 24 25 25.

Dynamic Piston Seals M004800-34 M004900-34 M005000-34 M004800-35 M005000-35 M005200-35 M005300-35 M005500-35 M005600-35 M005800-35 M006000-35 M006200-35 M006300-35 M006500-35 M006700-35 M007000-35 M007100-35 M007500-35 M008000-35 M008500-35 M009000-35 M009500-35 M010000-35 M010200-35 M010500-35 M011000-35 M011200-35 M011500-35 M012000-35 M012500-35 M013000-35 M013200-35 M013500-35 M014000-35 M014500-35 M015000-35 M015000-36 M015500-36 M016000-36 M016500-36 M017000-36 M017500-36 M018000-36 M018500-36 M019000-36 M005400-34 M005500-34 M005600-34 M005800-35 M006000-35 M006200-35 M006300-35 M006500-35 M006600-35 M006800-35 M007000-35 M007200-35 M007300-35 M007500-35 M007700-35 M008000-35 M008100-35 M008500-35 M009000-35 M009500-35 M010000-35 M010500-35 M011000-35 M011200-35 M011500-35 M012000-35 M012200-35 M012500-35 M013000-35 M013500-35 M014000-35 M014200-35 M014500-35 M015000-35 M015500-35 M016000-35 M016500-36 M017000-36 M017500-36 M018000-36 M018500-36 M019000-36 M019500-36 M020000-36 M020500-36 P 195 P 200 P 205 P 209 P 210 P 215 P 220 P 225 P 230 P 235 P 240 P 245 P 250 P 255 P 260 P 265 P 270 P 275 P 280 P 285 P 290 P 295 P 300 P 315 P 320 P 335 P 340 P 355 P 360 P 375 P 385 P 400 G 25 G 30 G 35 G 40 G 45 G 50 G 55 G 60 G 65 G 70 G 75 G 80 G 85 G 90 M019500-36 M020000-36 M020500-36 M020900-36 M021000-36 M021500-36 M022000-36 M022500-36 M023000-36 M023500-36 M024000-36 M024500-36 M025000-36 M025500-36 M026000-36 M026500-36 M027000-36 M027500-36 M028000-36 M028500-36 M029000-36 M029500-36 M030000-36 M031500-36 M032000-36 M033500-36 M034000-36 M035500-36 M036000-36 M037500-36 M038500-36 M040000-36 M002500-33 M003000-33 M003500-33 M004000-33 M004500-33 M005000-33 M005500-33 M006000-33 M006500-33 M007000-33 M007500-33 M008000-33 M008500-33 M009000-33 M021000-36 M021500-36 M022000-36 M022400-36 M022500-36 M023000-36 M023500-36 M024000-36 M024500-36 M025000-36 M025500-36 M026000-36 M026500-36 M027000-36 M027500-36 M028000-36 M028500-36 M029000-36 M029500-36 M030000-36 M030500-36 M031000-36 M031500-36 M033000-36 M033500-36 M035000-36 M035500-36 M037000-36 M037500-36 M039000-36 M040000-36 M041500-36 M003000-33 M003500-33 M004000-33 M004500-33 M005000-33 M005500-33 M006000-33 M006500-33 M007000-33 M007500-33 M008000-33 M008500-33 M009000-33 M009500-33 Number of O-Ring G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 175 180 185 190 195 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290 300 EnerSeal Size for I.D. Dynamic Piston Seals Number of O-Ring EnerSeal Size for I.D. Dynamic Rod Seals and Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Rod Seals and Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O. Dynamic Rod Seals and Static Seals EnerSeal Size for O.D.D.Japanese Industrial Standard Glands (JIS B-2406) Number of O-Ring P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 48 49 50 48A 50A 52 53 55 56 58 60 62 63 65 67 70 71 75 80 85 90 95 100 102 105 110 112 115 120 125 130 132 135 140 145 150 150A 155 160 165 170 175 180 185 190 Japanese Industrial Standard Glands (JIS B-2406) Japanese Industrial Standard Glands (JIS B-2406) EnerSeal Size for I.D.D. Dynamic Piston Seals M009500-33 M010000-33 M010500-33 M011000-33 M011500-33 M012000-33 M012500-33 M013000-33 M013500-33 M014000-33 M014500-33 M015000-35 M015500-35 M016000-35 M016500-35 M017000-35 M017500-35 M018000-35 M018500-35 M019000-35 M019500-35 M020000-35 M021000-35 M022000-35 M023000-35 M024000-35 M025000-35 M026000-35 M027000-35 M028000-35 M029000-35 M030000-35 M010000-33 M010500-33 M011000-33 M015000-33 M012000-33 M012500-33 M013000-33 M013500-33 M014000-33 M014500-33 M015000-33 M016000-35 M016500-35 M017000-35 M017500-35 M018000-35 M018500-35 M019000-35 M019500-35 M020000-35 M020500-35 M021000-35 M022000-35 M023000-35 M024000-35 M025000-35 M026000-35 M027000-35 M028000-35 M029000-35 M030000-35 M031000-35 Advanced Products ES0498 C-39 .

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ENERGIZERS Full details of standard and optional energizers are shown on page D-4. are all specialist materials chosen particularly for their unique properties in very demanding service. From page D-2 make an initial. Advanced Products ES0498 D-1 . to choose a material with the best combination of characteristics for the intended service. by experience. JACKET MATERIALS The table on the following pages (D-2 and D-3) offers an "expert system" developed jointly by our engineers and our customers. offer excellent service with the highest performance and longest life in their application.Introduction to the Material Selection Process Many designers favor EnerSeal jacket and energizer materials which they know. The first eight selections (material codes 01 to 09). The remaining materials (materials codes 10 to 45). It gives straightforward jacket selection criteria for seventeen state of the art materials. The final selection may then be made using the performance rating table on page D-3. are highlighted as being widely used popular materials. We keep these in inventory in a wide range of billet sizes for the fastest manufacturing response time. selection of all materials with appropriate Application Descriptions and Service Temperature Ranges. possibly multiple.

. + proprietary carbon fiber Good for dynamic applications.270 to 200 30 Celazole ® Very high strength material used for high temperature applications. .180 to 570 .250 to 450 .T. Advanced Products D-2 ES0498 .F.250 to 500 . Excellent for sealing gases. high pressure. + 10% Ekonol ® Excellent high temperature resistance.T.E.250 to 200 P.250 to 520 .250 to 270 45 P. .450 to 300 .T.E.E.T. .450 to 450 . also for steam and water. Has limitation due to electrical conductivity. and pressure resistance.F. Good in unlubricated service. Good for cryogenic gas applications.T. + 25% Glass Used for large diameter seals. + 10% Carbon/ Graphite Similar to 07. Resists deformation.150 to 270 12 P. Only for use on very hard metals due to its abrasiveness. . Good for Gases.E.130 to 350 63 P.150 to 290 05 P.330 to 520 . Similar to 01 with low porosity. temperature.200 to 675 .250 to 600 . unfilled 02 Ekonol is a registered trademark of the Carborundum Company.M.C.E.I.E. .250 to 550 .200 to 270 15 PEEK Used for backup rings.150 to 270 60 AP-60 (proprietary blend) Very high temperature and pressure applications. most wear resistant materials. .T.T.E.W. good wear resistance.E. and Radiation resistance to 109 rads. Celazole is a registered trademark of Hoechst Celanese Corporation.F. . Polyethylene One of our toughest.100 to 300 .F. Excellent for high speeds. Good in water service.F. does not abrade dynamic surfaces.T. .270 to 150 21 Tefzel ® Good radiation resistance 10 8 rads. .250 to 520 .F.E.F.E. Best material for reciprocating movement.F.E.F.150 to 270 09 Modified P. . + 25% Carbon/ Graphite Widely used in water and steam applications.270 to 230 10 P.250 to 520 . Excellent for gases. Tefzel is a registered trademark of the E. Used on hard metals due to its abrasiveness.75 to 150 22 FEP Good for cryogenic gas applications.420 to 400 .420 to 210 . .150 to 315 06 U.E. .420 to 520 .150 to 270 Material Application/Description 01 Virgin P.120 to 300 20 P. . . Not suitable for oil sealing. + 15% Graphite Excellent for Corrosive Service.T.250 to 520 . + 15% Glass Used for backup rings in food contact applications.F.T.T. . temperature.T. Does not abrade soft metals in dynamic applications. . Excellent for static applications. Excellent for cryogenic applications.150 to 260 04 P.150 to 230 03 P. + 60% Bronze Excellent wear.F. + Carbon Fiber Good for strong alkali and hydrofluoric acid.F. 60 to 750 15 to 400 31 Modified P.E.450 to 400 .250 to 100 07 P. DuPont de Nemours Company. Low abrasion. + 15% Glass/ 5% MoS2 Highly wear resistant. .T. Has higher wear rate but is less abrasive.H.F.EnerSeal Jacket Materials STANDARD MATERIALS Material Code Service Temperature Range °F °C Excellent for cryogenic applications.

2 Yes 1 5 1 5 Translucent 1 0.09 No 4 4 5 5 White 4 0.1 No 3 5 5 4 Red/Gray 3 Advanced Products ES0498 D-3 . Brown 5 0.35 No 4 1 1 3 Translucent 5 0.15 No 2 3 5 5 Bronze 4 0.07 Yes 5 1 1 1 White 2 0.07 Yes 5 1 1 3 White 2 0.2 No 4 1 1 5 Black 4 0.11 No 3 3 4 4 Cream 4 0.07 No 4 2 2 3 Black 2 0.1 No 4 5 4 5 Black 3 0.4 Yes 4 1 1 3 Translucent 5 0.1 No 4 4 5 4 Black 2 0.Coefficient Of Friction FDA Approved for Food Contact Chemical Resistance 5 = Excellent 1 = Fair Reciprocating Wear Resistance 5 = Excellent 1 = Fair Rotating Wear Resistance 5 = Excellent 1 = Fair Pressure/Extrusion Resistance 5 = Excellent 1 = Fair Color Relative Cost 5 = higher 1 = lower 0.1 No 4 3 4 4 Black 2 0.09 No 4 4 3 5 White 2 0.2 No 4 3 3 5 Dark Grey 5 0.2 No 4 3 1 5 Lt.07 No 4 5 5 4 Gray 2 0.3 Yes 4 1 1 3 Translucent 5 0.

) To specify a heavy spring to increase the sealing force in gas or cryogenic applications. c) Silicone filling prevents the sealing media from contacting the metal spring in applications such as food processing.Selecting the EnerSeal Energizer The EnerSeal energizer is designated by a single digit code in the part number as shown below. etc. 2Y. etc. DuPont de Nemours Company. Temperature limit for Viton is 400°F or 200°C. add Y to the Spring Code (1Y. Viton is a registered trademark of E. b) To specify a light spring for reduce seal friction. XXX . Advanced Products D-4 ES0498 . add X to the Spring Code (1X. Mark I Code Material 1 17-7PH Stainless Steel Standard 2 Cobalt Chrome Alloy Standard 3 316 Stainless Steel 3S 316 Stainless Steel with Mark IV Standard Optional Silicone Filling Optional 4 304 Stainless Steel Standard 4S 304 Stainless Steel with Silicone Filling Mark V Mark X Relative Cost Available with light NACE or heavy 5= higher Approved spring 1= lower see Note (a) see Note (b) Standard 1 Standard 4 Optional 4 5 Standard Optional 4 Buna N [see note (d)] Optional Optional 1 7 Viton Optional Optional 2 8 Silicone Filling only 10 Alloy X-750 [see note (d)] Optional Optional Optional • 1 5 ® • • • • 3 Optional Optional 3 • NOTES: a) Approved for use in corrosive service per NACE MR-01-075 Specification. d) Temperature limit for Buna N is 200°F or 100°C. 2X.) Contact one of our applications engineers for assistance.X 000000 - 00 .I. This is only available with axial pressure seals or internal pressure face seals and is temperature limited to approximately 400°F or 200°C.00 - 0 Energizer Code Refer to the following chart to select the spring energizer code for your seal type and application.

........................................................................ E-15 Advanced Products ES0498 E-1 ............................................................ E-4 Anti-Extrusion Rings .... E-10 Tolerance Reference Table ............ This section includes: Pressure-Temperature-Velocity Guidelines ...............Technical Information This section provides additional information about EnerSeal performance and capabilities........................................................... This allows you to perform a more detailed evaluation of the application and to fine tune the seal and cavity design........... E-10 Surface Hardness Recommendations ........ E-11 Warranty Statement ................................................. Page:E-2 Friction Information ......................................... E-6 Eccentricity and Shaft Runout ............................. E-12 Conversion Tables ............. E-7 Installation Guidelines ........................................................... E-12 Corporate Quality Statement .................................... E-3 Extrusion Gap Recommendations .................... E-8 Surface Roughness Recommendations ............................................. E-13 Application Data Sheet ......................................................

5000 A SH ER M IA D m mm 12 6m m 6000 DIA 25 4000 ETER M m DIA 50 m 3000 2000 SHAFT TER SHAFT 150 mm DIAME 0 2 4 6 8 10 Velocity . such as sealing media. 150°C 0. In cases where the media being sealed is a lubricant. and surface finish.1 FT SHA DIAMETER 100 mm 1000 1 T AF H RS TE ME m DIA 7000 RPM ET TER ME 8000 10 Pressure .1 Velocity - 1 10 100 Surface Meters Per Second Advanced Products E-2 ES0498 . and temperature is used to pre-qualify the Mark IV EnerSeal for rotating applications. Temperature and wear resistant jacket materials are recommended in order to withstand the temperature rise due to friction at the sealing surface which is additive to the local ambient temperature.Surface Meters Per Second -180°C -100°C -20°C 65°C Advanced Products also offers a complete line of high speed lip seals. If the point corresponding to the operating pressure and surface velocity falls on or below the appropriate temperature line.MPa SH 9000 FT AF T 10000 230°C 315°C 0. The relationship between operating pressure.01 0. surface speed. "Other EnerSeals". The Pressure-Velocity (PV) graph below applies to unlubricated rotating applications using Mark IV EnerSeals having a Jacket Material with a 4 or 5 Rotating Wear Resistance Rating (Refer to Page D-3). the Mark IV is an appropriate seal for your application.Pressure-Velocity-Temperature Guidelines The Mark IV family of EnerSeals is primarily designed for rotating applications. cavity hardware material. Please consult one of our Application Engineers for assistance in selecting the seal for your extreme environment. and custom designed seals for extreme operation. See Section F. high pressure rotary seals. If Your Application Is Beyond The PV Limits This information is intended to be used only as a guideline since there are many other factors. which affect the amount of heat generated and the 10 0 performance of the seal. continuous operation at PV levels 20 times these guidelines has been achieved.

3 — — 5.1 2.8 1.1 0.2 mm) 03 5.4 1.5 3/32 (2. In dynamic seal applications it is the resistance to rotation or reciprocation between the EnerSeal and the hardware sealing surface.5 1.3 1.6 3.3 0.8 5.3 2.3 2.7 mm) 04 5.6 mm) Mark IV Mark X Spring Factor S Geometry Factor J Spring Factor S Geometry Factor J Spring Factor S Geometry Factor J 01 6.3 2.3 1.5 3/8 (9. Frictional Linear Force which resists reciprocating motion and Frictional Torque which resists rotating motion are based on the diameter of the dynamic surface.8 6.1 0.3 2. and the geometry of the EnerSeal jacket.3 Advanced Products ES0498 E-3 .Friction Information Friction is the resistance to motion of one surface relative to another.8 1.0 1/4 (6.3 1. the coefficient of friction of the EnerSeal jacket material.6 5.5 mm) 06 5.4 mm) 02 5.3 3. The approximate frictional force or torque between the EnerSeal and mating surfaces for your application can be calculated using the following equations: Frictional Linear Force (N) = π Dµ (PJ + S) Frictional Torque (N mm) = π D 2µ • 2 (PJ + S) Where: P D µ S J = = = = = System pressure (MPa) Diameter of dynamic surface (mm) Coefficient of friction for EnerSeal jacket material (Refer to page D-3) Spring factor (N/mm) (for standard spring thickness refer to the table below) EnerSeal jacket geometry factor (mm) (Refer to table below) Mark I Nominal Cross Section Code Section Code 1/16 (1.0 1.3 3/16 (4.3 3.8 1/8 (3. the load of the spring in the EnerSeal.3 0.5 2.3 5.1 0. the system pressure.4 mm) 05 5.8 5.

Anti-Extrusion Rings Advanced Products offers a variety of Anti-Extrusion Rings which are recommended for use with the EnerSeal when it is not possible to maintain an extrusion gap below the Maximum Recommended Guidelines. Additionally. Advanced Products E-4 ES0498 . Any seal under the action of hydrostatic loads will tend to be forced.Extrusion Gap Recommendations An extrusion gap in a fluid system is the operational or manufacturing clearance between adjacent pressure containing parts. or extruded. Locate maximum pressure on the graph. determine the maximum recommended extrusion gap for the various EnerSeal styles. larger cross section seals are more tolerant of larger extrusion gaps. Also note that eccentricity and shaft runout. Some jacket materials are more resistant to high pressures than others and are. This effect (which can be very severe with elastomeric seals) is well controlled and greatly reduced with the higher strength polymeric seals. Determine applicable extrusion gap class from graph. EXTRUSION GAP SYSTEM PRESSURE 1. into such a gap. 3. therefore. discussed on page E-7. Refer to page E-6 for Anti-Extrusion Ring information. 4. 2. and is located on the low pressure side of a seal. From the table. affect extrusion gap and should be considered in the cavity design. Locate maximum temperature for appropriate seal cross section. Note material pressure/extrusion rating from page D-3. less susceptible to extrusion and can tolerate larger gaps. TO DETERMINE THE MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED EXTRUSION GAP refer to the following graph and table. 5.

100° .08 0. MPa Material Pressure/Extrusion Resistance Rating (Refer to Page D-3) 1.15 0.15 0.30 0.25 0.20 0.05 NHA Mark I-H 0. 3.20 0.200° 0° .25 0. DEGREES C Maximum Extrusion Gap Cross Section Class A Class B Class C Class D NAA Mark I 0.25 0. 4. 2.10 Advanced Products ES0498 E-5 .08 BHI Mark X-H 0.10 0.15 0.10 0.200° .Extrusion Gap Class PRESSURE.100° 0° 0° 100° 100° 100° 200° 200° 200° 300° 300° TEMPERATURE.100° .08 FLO Mark IV 0.08 0. 5 56 70 42 56 28 42 Class D Class C 14 Class B 28 Class A Seal Cross Section Size 0 14 01 1/16 02 3/32 03 1/8 04 3/16 05 1/4 06 3/8 .05 — BAI Mark X 0.10 0.

G. O.29 inch 7. There are a variety of anti-extrusion rings available for use in various cavity configurations and extrusion gap sizes. which is provided in Section C.4 mm Note: If anti-extrusion rings are required for a face seal application. ring scarf cut ring* *Scarf cut rings are required for installation into partially or fully closed cavities. Use of anti-extrusion rings require an increase to the standard cavity width.13 inch 3.3 mm 0.0 mm 0.7 mm 0.06 inch 1.0 mm 0.Anti-Extrusion Rings ANTI-EXTRUSION RING If it is not possible to maintain an extrusion gap below the maximum recommended guidelines use of antiextrusion rings is advised. Nominal Seal Cross Section 1/16 3/32 1/8 3/16 1/4 3/8 Seal Cross Section Code 01 02 03 04 05 06 Increase in cavity width (for types IAX and IBX) 0.0 mm Increase in cavity width (for types ICX and IDX) 0.T.5 mm 0.5 mm 0. To allow for proper installation.14 inch 3.5 mm 0.12 inch 3.5 mm 0.00 .F. SYSTEM PRESSURE I X X . or I (Same as EnerSeal for this cavity) Up to 50% over maximum recommended extrusion gaps A – Plain B – Plain ring scarf cut ring* Up to 100% over maximum recommended extrusion gaps C – 2 piece D – 2 piece.8 mm 0.00 Anti-extrusion ring material 12 – P.19 inch 4.8 mm 0. Refer to the part numbering guidelines below for selecting the appropriate anti-extrusion ring for your application. the standard width should be increased as follows.15 inch 3.10 inch 2. + 15% Glass 15 – PEEK Size (Same as EnerSeal size for this cavity) Indicate either A. Advanced Products E-6 ES0498 .20 inch 5.X000000 . contact one of our Application Engineers at any of our worldwide offices for assistance. The anti-extrusion rings are made of hard materials that are resistant to high pressures. They are installed behind the seal.22 inch 5. providing a smaller extrusion gap and allowing the seal to operate properly.E.08 inch 2.11 inch 2.

Eccentricity of a rotating or static shaft results in an enlarged extrusion gap.08 T NOU T RU RPM 0.Eccentricity and Shaft Runout Spring energized teflon seals are frequently used to seal circular cross section shafts.5mm 01 SHAFT AXIS OF ROTATION SHAFT GEOMETRIC CENTERLINE ECCENTRICITY SHAFT RUNOUT 0. The Mark I and Mark X EnerSeals are used in static and reciprocating applications. etc.13 0. BORE CENTERLINE SHAFT CENTERLINE SEAL HOUSING CAVITY DIAMETER (BORE) ECCENTRICITY SHAFT RUNOUT ENVELOPE BORE CENTERLINE Mark IV O UT INCH 0. therefore. Please refer to the graph below for eccentricity limits (for specific information on extrusion please refer to page E-4). creates a potentially more serious problem. In this case.2mm 4.18 EC TR 0. only eccentricity guidelines apply.4mm 3.002 0. total runout alone should not exceed the shaft runout limit to ensure that seal performance and life are not sacrificed. In addition.003 F SHA 0.03 1/16 3/32 1/8 3/16 1/4 3/8 1. Excessive runout may lead to wear and leakage problems (especially during cold-starting) and eventual fatigue failures. The graph below will assist designers in ensuring reliable seal performance by avoiding excessive eccentricity and/ or shaft runout. the combination of eccentricity + shaft runout should be held below the recommended guidelines shown below.001 LESS THAN Mark IV 500 NOMINAL SEAL SIZE 02 03 04 05 SEAL CROSS SECTION CODE 0.20 0.6mm 2. plungers. AXIS OF ROTATION 06 Advanced Products ES0498 E-7 . cyclical radial deflection due to runout is superimposed on static radial deflection due to eccentricity. When using the Mark IV EnerSeal.15 N CE EN 0.007 SHAFT CENTERLINE Orbits around axis of rotation mm 0.004 0. for example due to a bent shaft or whirling deflection.005 TY CI I TR + 0.008 Y 0.006 IT IC 0.25 0.009 MISALIGNMENT With eccentricity.010 RU Mark I Mark X SH AF T 0.05 0.10 EC C 0.23 N 0. the seal must be sufficiently compliant to maintain proper contact with the shaft despite being compressed and extended each revolution.7mm 6. In this case. rods. Shaft Runout.4mm 9. only static radial deflection is imposed on the seal.

K 15°-30° SYSTEM PRESSURE SYSTEM PRESSURE K 15°-30° CL CL Installed heel end first into piston.059 in. it is also recommended that all corners where the seal passes be rounded. 0.90 mm 1.016 in.60 mm 0. depending upon the cavity locations) which allows the seal to easily be installed without temporarily distorting or deforming it in the process. The lead in chamfers detailed in the figures and table will facilitate seal installation.75 mm 0. 0.024 in. In this arrangement. Installed open end first into piston. 0. Installed heel end first into bore. Nominal Seal Cross Section Seal Cross Section Code Chamfer Height.00 mm 1. 1/16 3/32 1/8 3/16 1/4 3/8 01 02 03 04 05 06 0. 0.Installation Guidelines Recommended Installation Configurations Split cavity configurations offer the simplest means of installation of EnerSeals.50 mm Advanced Products E-8 ES0498 . To prevent possible seal damage. 0.030 in.035 in. 0. K 15°-30° 15°-30° K K K SYSTEM PRESSURE 15°-30° 15°-30° CL CL Installed open end first into bore. Typical split cavity configurations are illustrated in the figures below.40 mm 0. K min.039 in. one of the two cavity sides is separated from the mating hardware (shaft or bore.

76mm) 15° MIN. two non-split cavity geometries should be considered. of the seal is at least 15 times its cross-section. of the seal is at least 15 times its cross-section. installation of the EnerSeal is quite difficult – even with virgin P. COMPONENT O.4 ) RESIZING TOOL STEP 1: Place the seal on the guide ramp. use of such split cavity is not practical or possible. as it is inserted into the bore. COMPONENT O. (0.4 ) 15° 0. Here.030 in.D.003 in.030 in.SEAL I. CL SYSTEM PRESSURE Installation in Partially-Closed Piston Cavity W/4 W 20°-40° CL A modified cavity as shown in this figure may be used. 16 ( 0.E. (0. SEAL I.D. + 0.D.76mm) MAX. until the leading edge is seated in the groove. COMPONENT O.D.D.T. seals – because the seal must be stretched over the full diameter of the shaft. Otherwise permanent seal deformation may occur.D. (0. the circular EnerSeal is temporarily deformed to an elliptical shape. + 2 x SEAL FREE HEIGHT MAX. SEAL FREE HEIGHT STEP 3: Slide the resizing tool over the seal to compress the seal to its original diameter. Proper seal installation is accomplished by rapidly moving the seal over the locking lip. minimizing seal distortion. Refer to these drawings for design specifications. W/4 W 15°-20° Installation in the Housing A modified cavity as shown here may be used. A stretching guide ramp and resizing tool may be fabricated to assist in installing the EnerSeal into a fully closed cavity. STEP 2: Push the seal over the guide ramp.08mm) 16 GUIDE RAMP ( 0.F.D. In installation. This installation should not be employed unless the I.– 0.Alternate Installation Configurations/Non-Split Glands SYSTEM PRESSURE Sometimes. Installation in Fully-Closed Cavity While it is possible to use the non-split cavity geometry shown in the figure to the right. oil or air will soften the seal and aid in stretching and installing the seal. This installation should not be employed unless the I. Preheating the seal to approximately 300°F or 150°C in water. affecting sealing integrity. A guide rampand resizing tool as shown below may assist in installation. Advanced Products ES0498 E-9 . The angled gland "ramp" makes this installation possible with minimal temporary seal distortion.

Hardware Surface Roughness and Hardness
Surface Roughness Recommendations
Due to the toughness and low coefficient of friction of P.T.F.E., EnerSeals, unlike seals made of other materials,
slip over the "high points" of the mating surface and resist abrasion. To maximize seal performance the chart
recommendations for surface roughness should be followed.
Dynamic surfaces with relatively rough finishes will result in higher wear rates which decrease the seal life and
may compromise performance. Additionally, dynamic surfaces which have a finish smoother than recommended may also decrease the seal's effectiveness. The optimum surface roughness allows a film of the fluid being
sealed to flow between the seal and the mating surface which provides effective cooling and extends the life of
the seal. The optimum roughness also creates a slight wearing of the jacket material leaving a thin layer of smooth
material on the dynamic surface.

Surface Roughness, Ra
Media Being
Sealed

Dynamic Surfaces
µ inch
µm

Static Surfaces
µ inch
µm

Cryogenics

4–8

0.1 – 0.2

4–8

0.1 – 0.2

Helium Gas
Hydrogen Gas
Freon

4–8

0.1 – 0.2

8 – 16

0.2 – 0.4

8 – 16

0.2 – 0.4

16 – 32

0.4 – 0.8

8 – 16

0.2 – 0.4

16 – 63

0.4 – 1.6

Air
Nitrogen Gas
Argon
Natural Gas
Fuel (Aircraft and
Automotive)
Water
Hydraulic Oil
Crude Oil
Sealants

Surface Hardness Recommendations
The hardness of the dynamic hardware surface affects the wear rate of the seal. Additionally, some seal jacket
materials are abrasive and will wear softer metal shafts or dynamic components. In general, higher surface
finish results in better overall seal and hardware performance. The ideal hardness of the dynamic surfaces of the
mating hardware is 50 to 60 Rockwell C.

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olerance Reference
Reference Tables
T

Advanced Products EnerSeals are designed for use in cavities that are produced using typical machining
processes. The tolerance tables below are consistent with the American National Standard Tolerances (ANSI B4.1)
and the British Standard for Metric ISO Limits and Fits (BS 4500).
ANSI B4.1

Nominal Cavity
Diameter (inches)
Over
To
0
0.12
0.24
0.40
0.71
1.19
1.97
3.15
4.73
7.09
9.85
12.41
15.75
19.69
30.09
41.49
56.19

















0.12
0.24
0.40
0.71
1.19
1.97
3.15
4.73
7.09
9.85
12.41
15.75
19.69
30.09
41.49
56.19
76.39

Axial Seals
h8 Cavity I.D.
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /

















BS 4500

Nominal Cavity
Diameter (mm)
Over
To
0
3
6
10
18
30
50
80
120
180
250
315
400
500
760
1050
1425

















3
6
10
18
30
50
80
120
180
250
315
400
500
760
1050
1425
1940

0.6
0.7
0.9
1.0
1.2
1.6
1.8
2.2
2.5
2.8
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
6.0
8.0
10.0

Face Seals

TOLERANCE GRADE
H8 Cavity O.D.
h10 Cavity I.D.
H10 Cavity O.D.
(Dimensions are in 0.001 inches)
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

0.6
0.7
0.9
1.0
1.2
1.6
1.8
2.2
2.5
2.8
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
6.0
8.0
10.0

+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /

















Axial Seals
h8 Cavity I.D.
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /

















14
18
22
27
33
39
46
54
63
72
81
89
97
127
152
203
254

Flange Cavity Only

1.6
1.8
2.2
2.8
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
12.0
16.0
20.0
25.0

– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+ 1.6
+ 1.8
+ 2.2
+ 2.8
+ 3.5
+ 4.0
+ 4.5
+ 5.0
+ 6.0
+ 7.0
+ 8.0
+ 9.0
+ 10.0
+ 12.0
+ 16.0
+ 20.0
+ 25.0

Face Seals

H11 Cavity O.D.
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+ 2.5
+ 3.0
+ 3.5
+ 4.0
+ 5.0
+ 6.0
+ 7.0
+ 9.0
+ 10.0
+ 12.0
+ 12.0
+ 14.0
+ 16.0
+ 20.0
+ 25.0
+ 30.0
+ 40.0

Flange Cavity Only

TOLERANCE GRADE
H8 Cavity O.D.
h10 Cavity I.D.
H10 Cavity O.D.
(Dimensions are in 0.001 millimeters)

H11 Cavity O.D.

– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

14
18
22
27
33
39
46
54
63
72
81
89
97
127
152
203
254

+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /

















40
48
58
70
84
100
120
140
160
185
210
230
250
300
400
500
630

– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

40
48
58
70
84
100
120
140
160
185
210
230
250
300
400
500
630

+ 60
+ 75
+ 90
+ 110
+ 130
+ 160
+ 190
+ 220
+ 250
+ 290
+ 320
+ 360
+ 400
+ 500
+ 630
+ 760
+ 1000

All tolerances above heavy line are in accordance with American-British-Canadian (ABC) Agreements.
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Warranty Statement
Advanced Products is experienced in the manufacture of safety-critical seals for manned space flight and nuclear
reactors as well as a vast range of industrial and commercial applications. Advanced Products' seals are
manufactured from high grade materials with full lot-control, traceability and inspection procedures being applied
at all stages. All such procedures are controlled by our Q.A. Manual. Where applicable, we cite appropriate
International, Government or Industry Standards as well as our own specially developed Process Specifications.
We are confident that our seals will be delivered free of all material or manufacturing defects. We will replace,
free of charge, any defective products reported to us within 12 months of their delivery date. This warranty is
limited to the replacement value of the defective seals only, and does not include any additional or consequential
liabilities whatsoever.
Seals are, by design, compliant, relatively soft components which may be damaged if misapplied or installed
incorrectly. Equally, dynamic seals are inevitably subject to wear, especially in abrasive media. Seal performance
is also highly dependent on the condition (hardness, roughness, tolerancing) of the mating surfaces against which
the seal contacts. Consequently, except for the general recommendations found in this design manual, we cannot
give specific warranties for life-expectancy, leak-rate or other operational parameters.
Customers are always advised to qualify seals, preferably by test, or by similarity, in the exact configuration of
their intended use.

Corporate Quality Statement

To ensure total customer satisfaction, Advanced Products shall maintain a unified Quality System, evolving
and responsive to our customers' changing requirements.

Our Quality System shall ensure the fulfillment of customers' needs by controlling our entire company
operation. Clear, written procedures shall define each function from the initial Application Evaluation to the
Proposal, Order Entry, Development and Design, Manufacturing through to final Delivery.

Welcoming independent auditing by our customers and internationally recognized Quality Auditors,
Advanced Products is committed to building and maintaining a Quality System in full compliance with
ISO 9000/9001.

Corporate Mission Statement

Working in partnership with both customers and suppliers, our primary mission is customer satisfaction,
through supplying effective, high-quality, engineered sealing solutions.

We recognize that customer satisfaction, alone, creates new challenges and employment opportunities, and
a fair return for our stockholders.

We proudly acknowledge our continuing dedication to serving advanced technology industries worldwide
including: nuclear power generation, chemical, semi-conductors, medical equipment, offshore oil and gas
production, and aerospace.

We are commited to our growing role in global environmental protection. High integrity sealing can help
eliminate leakage, pollution and toxic emissions, as well as improving the efficiency and reliability of
prime-movers, machinery and industrial processes.

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9337x10 -2 millimeters of water by 9.9530x10 Newtons/m2 (Pascal) by 9.8068x10-5 2.8046x10-2 6.0133x102 1.6787x10-5 9.5950 1.3332x10-3 3.0197x10 -1 1.3158x10-3 1.0000x10 -3 1.0000 2.3556x10 -2 1 9.8692x10-3 1.4223x10 -3 7.8068 1.0146 4.6810 Temperature Conversion 173 600 °FAHRENHEIT 3 3 1.0146x10 -3 2.5006x10 2.5006 1.0332x104 1.5300 4.4000 3.6960 4 2 -1 5 14.8947x10-2 2 4.8959x10 -3 3.5038 1.3556x10 -2 1 1.0000x103 1.3864x103 4.6000x102 29.0000x10 -6 51.0133x105 14.9210 4.0000x10-5 pounds/ square inch 2.0678x102 7.4584x10-3 2.8068x10 -3 9.0000x10-2 by 9.3864 millimeters of mercury (Torr) by 1.9370x10 -2 7.0000x10 -3 1 1.0133x10 -1 1.3520x10 -1 1 13.3332x102 1.32) 5 9 °R = °F + 460 100 660 °RANKINE kPa 560 K = °C + 273 K = °R ( 5 9 ) 0 460 -100 360 -200 -100 0 100 200 300 260 400 °CELSIUS Advanced Products ES0498 E-13 .4504x102 1.4910x10 -4 2.8692 10.4910x102 3.0000x10 1.0197x102 MPa by 9.3864x10 -3 3.3332x10 -1 1.5006x10 -3 1.0000x10 3 1 7.4504x10 -1 6 1.0197x10 5 1.0000x10 3.9530x10 -1 by 6.0000x10 1 1.8948x103 1 KELVIN 273 373 473 573 673 1060 500 960 400 860 300 760 200 °F = °C ( 95 ) + 32 °C = (°F .8692x10 inches of mercury by 3.3332x10 -4 1.0197x10 bar by 9.3864x10-2 1 13.7144 7.0310x102 6.8948 6.4000 2.0360 27.8948x10 -3 1.0133 29.9370x10 -2 5.8692x10-6 1.4504x10 -4 6.0000x10 1.6128x10 -2 3.8068x10 -6 9.9116x10 -1 25.4910x10 -1 2.3421x10-2 3.5006x10 Newtons/ pounds/ m2 (Pascal) square inch kPa MPa 1.9530x10 -4 4.8685 1.4532x102 inches of water by 2.0146x10 7.4840x10-3 7.5950 25.Conversion Tables Pressure Conversion TO OBTAIN MULTIPLY atmosphere by atmosphere bar inches of mercury inches of water 1 1.0146x10 2 2 -1 1 millimeters of millimeters mercury (Torr) of water 7.

l/sec 1.01x10-10 1 cc every 30 years 1x10-10 1.01x10-2 7.6x10-5 1.01x10-4 7.6x10-9 1.01x10-3 7.01 1x10-1 1 Bubbles too infrequent to observe Advanced Products E-14 ES0498 .01x10-7 7.01x10-7 1 cc every 2 weeks 3 per hour 1x10-7 1.01x10-11 7.6x10-11 1.6x10-12 1.m3/sec Approximate Equivalent Approximate 1mm3 Bubble Equivalent 7.6x10-10 1.01x10-9 7.6x10-7 1.01x10-4 3 cc per hour 1 per second 1x10-4 1.01x10-6 1 cc every 24 hours 1 every 100 seconds 1x10-6 1.01x10-8 3 cc per year 1x10-8 1.01x10-3 1 cc every 100 seconds 10 per second 1x10-3 1.01x10-11 1 cc every 300 years 1x10-11 1.6x10-8 1.01x10-6 7.01x10-5 7.01x10-10 7.01x10-9 1 cc every 3 years 1x10-9 1.6x10-1 1.Leak Rate Equivalents Pa .01x10-8 7.01x10-2 1 cc every 10 seconds Steady Stream 1x10-2 1.6x10-3 1.01x10-1 2x10-3 SCFM Steady Stream 1.01x10-5 1 cc every 3 hours 1 every 10 seconds 1x10-5 1.01x10-12 1 cc every 3000 years cc/sec mbar .l/sec Torr .6x10-6 1.6x10-4 1.01x10-1 7.6x10-2 1.

ACTION SKETCH of APPLICATION I.) CAVITY WIDTH "G" (± tol.D. _____________ CONTACT _____________________________________ ZIP ______________ TITLE __________________________________ APPLICATION/EQUIPMENT _________________________________________________________________ EXISTING SEAL _____________________________ CUSTOMER PART NUMBER ___________________ CLAMPING LOAD AVAILABLE _________________ SURFACE FINISH ____________________________ OPERATING CONDITIONS ❑ INTERNAL PRESSURE ❑ STATIC ❑ EXTERNAL PRESSURE ❑ CYCLIC (please fill in table below) FREQUENCY ________________________________ AMPLITUDE _________________________________ FLUID MEDIA __________________________ CAVITY MATERIALS ______________________________ MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LEAKAGE ___________________________________________________________ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ AT ASSEMBLY MINIMUM MAXIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE (state units) PRESSURE (state units) CAVITY DEPTH "F" (± tol. DRAWINGS REQUIRED ANNUAL QUANTITY POTENTIAL _________________ ❑ SKETCH ❑ ENGINEERING DRAWING Advanced Products ES0498 E-15 .) external pressure QUOTATION QUANTITIES __________________ ❑ NO. "D" (± tol.) O.) internal pressure ENG.D. "D" (± tol.Application Data Sheet Sales Engineer _______________________ FACE SEAL CUSTOMER Please photocopy for future use! Date _______________________________ COMPANY _______________________________________ PHONE _____________________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________ FAX ________________________________ CITY ____________________________________________ ST.

DRAWINGS REQUIRED ANNUAL QUANTITY POTENTIAL _________________ ❑ SKETCH ❑ ENGINEERING DRAWING Advanced Products E-16 ES0498 . "B" (± tol. "A" (± tol.) ENG. _____________ CONTACT _____________________________________ ZIP ______________ TITLE __________________________________ APPLICATION/EQUIPMENT _________________________________________________________________ EXISTING SEAL ______________________________ CUSTOMER PART NUMBER _______________ INSERTION/FRICTION FORCE LIMITATIONS ___________________________________________________ OPERATING CONDITIONS ❑ STATIC ❑ ROTATING RPM ________ ❑ RECIPROCATING STROKE LENGTH _________ VELOCITY ________________ ❑ OSCILLATORY ROTATION ________________ VELOCITY ________________ CYCLE RATE _____________ CYCLE RATE ______________ FLUID MEDIA ___________________________ CAVITY MATERIALS ____________________________ MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LEAKAGE ___________________________________________________________ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ AT ASSEMBLY MINIMUM MAXIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE (state units) PRESSURE (state units) CAVITY O.D.D.) CAVITY I.Application Data Sheet Sales Engineer _______________________ AXIAL SEAL CUSTOMER Please photocopy for future use! Date _______________________________ COMPANY _______________________________________ PHONE _____________________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________ FAX ________________________________ CITY ____________________________________________ ST.) QUOTATION QUANTITIES __________________ ❑ NO. ACTION SKETCH of APPLICATION CAVITY LENGTH "G" (± tol.

seals make them the superior choice. The VHA. Please advise us of your requirements by filling out a copy of the "Application Data Sheet" included as page E-15 of this design manual. and AAI seals shown on pages F-2 and F-3 are frequently used in common applications where the traditional sealing methods are inadequate and the advantages of spring energized P.F.T. Dimensional data has not been provided in Section F as many of these seal types are available customized for specific applications and cavities. This section addresses the needs of the remaining twenty percent of applications. We will respond quickly with detailed recommendations. Please fax the completed "Application Data Sheet" to your nearest Advanced Products' Sales Office or Distributor. Advanced Products' Engineering will frequently recommend these for applications having special requirements. High Pressure Anti-Blowout Seals (page F-5) Conical Seals (page F-5) Advanced Products ES0498 F-1 . Reciprocating and Static Sealing (page F-3) Axial Scraper and Wiper Seals (page F-3) Axial Flanged Seals for High Speed Rotary Sealing and Cryogenic Applications (page F-3) High Speed Rotary Seals and Lip-Seals (page F-4) Double Acting Axial Seals (page F-4) Face seals for Rotary and Static Sealing (page F-4) Double Cavity Seals for Large Cross Section Sizes (page F-5) Trapped. RDI. The additional EnerSeal types are conveniently grouped within the following categories: • • • • • • • • • Axial Seals for Rotary.Additional EnerSeal Styles Our experience shows that eighty percent of all applications are satisfied using one of the standard EnerSeal types previously described in Section C of this design manual. This section also shows many additional seal configurations that have been developed and proven for specialized applications in many different industries and final products.E.

Some of the benefits over the rubber lip seals are: • The P.The VHA Valve Stem Seal The VHA seal is a valve stem seal which is offered as a replacement for chevron packing.E. • Available for any cross section needed.000 psi (70 MPa) and can be stacked in series for redundant sealing at pressures up to 450 psi (3 MPa). Used individually or iin series i CL The RDI Lip Seal The RDI lip seal is an excellent choice for high speed rotating applications and offer many advantages over the common metal cased rubber lip seals. since it is self energized. The AAI is an Anti Blow Out type remaining secure in its cavity even when exposed to high velocities when the valve is initially opened. and does not require gland adjustments due to wear and thermal movement.T. Advanced Products F-2 ES0498 . This seal is designed to fit standard pocket cross sections and can be used individually at pressures up to 10. CL The AAI Butterfly Seat Seal This seal is often used as a tight shutoff seal for butterfly valves. Unlike the common gland packing.F. the VHA seal does not require disc springs. It is available in sizes ranging from 2 inches (50 mm) to 56 inches (1420 mm) and has a wide operating temperature range of -400°F (-200°C) to 600°F (315°C). as is common with rubber when exposed to periods of no movement). has a much greater temperature range than rubber • Lower frictional force • Higher rotational speed capability • Not susceptible to "ringing" (bonding to shaft.

Reciprocating and Static Sealing These are ideal for many applications from valve stems to hydraulic cylinders to cover plates. BLA SAI SAO SHI SHO Axial Flanged Seals for High Speed Rotary Sealing and Cryogenic Applications The flange feature prevents the seal from rotating within its gland as the high speed shaft rotates against the seal's internal surface. Under cryogenic applications the restrained flange minimizes seal shrinkage so that it maintains firm contact against the sealing surfaces. NLA LLI LLO BAA BHA TAO TAI THI THO ZHA ZAA UAA Axial Scraper and Wiper Seals These seals prevent abrasive particles from accumulating under the seal during the reciprocating or rotating motion thus extending seal life and improving performance.Axial Seals for Rotary. FAI FAO FAS FAT FHS FHT FLI FLT FHI FHO Advanced Products ES0498 F-3 .

They are available in a wide range of sizes.Rotary Seals and Very High Speed Seals Seal To Fit Lip Grooves and To Suit High Speeds These special seals are designed for very high speed applications and fit into standard lip seal grooves. These high conformity seals are an excellent option when flange separation and/or non-parallelism is a concern. ROI ROO RRI RSI RSO VHS Double Acting Seals Double acting seals are designed for exposure to reversing system pressures. DAS DLS Face Seals For Internal and External Pressure NLF NLG PAE PAI PHE PHI PLE PLI BAG BAF BHF BHG These are used as standard face seals with higher temperature capabilities than elastomeric seals and lower seating load requirements than metal seals. LLG Advanced Products F-4 ES0498 .

Double Cross Section Seals To Suit Large Cavity Sizes . AAC AHC Advanced Products ES0498 F-5 . Being constrained in a pocket also provides additional control over thermal movement of the seal. QAA QAE QAI QHA QHE QHI Theses seals are offered to fill large radial glands when groove length is limited. QLA QLE QLI Trapped Anti Blow Out Seals AAI AAO AAG AAF AHF AHG Trapped Anti Blow Out seals are used where rapid fluid flow may dislodge a non-trapped seal from its sealing cavity. CLI CLO CAI CAO CHI CHO These seals suit applications such as angular ball valves and poppet valves which have conical sealing surfaces. AHI AHO Conical Seals .

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The Advanced Products EnerRing
The most extreme environments demand EnerRing® sealing solutions. EnerRing resilient metallic seals meet the challenges of
high temperatures or cryogenics, high pressures or hard vacuum, corrosive chemicals, and even intense levels of radiation;
performing dependably year after year.

Advantages of EnerRings
• Independent Optimization of Functional Components means each discrete function including load, springback, and outer
sealing layer ductility/hardness can be optimized to ensure highest seal performance in every situation.
• Directly Bonded Electroplating onto the load bearing substrate eliminates unnecessary parts and failure-modes.
• Pressure Energization uses internal hydrostatic pressures beneficially to supplement the self-energization forces from the
tubing, jacket, or spring. This becomes particularly helpful at high pressures over 3,000 psi (21 MPa) enabling EnerRings
to seal at 25,000 psi (170 MPa) and beyond, without risk of blow-by during proof or burst testing.
• Total Metal Seal Service covers custom and standard sized seals from 0.250" to 300" (6 mm to 7,60 m), including circular
and non-circular shapes. We also offer the complete range of U.S. Military Standard (MS) metal O-Ring sizes, all Aerospace
Standard AS1895 E-Ring sizes, and the fastest delivery of C-Rings from our preferred size list (page E-18).
• Rapid Response and JIT (Just-In-Time) deliveries are assured due to design, testing, and all manufacturing processes
(including roll and die-forming, machining, welding, heat-treatment, electroplating, fluorescent penetrant and radiographic NDT) being performed within our own facilities.
• EnerRings are the Preferred Solution in many jet engine, space, and nuclear applications as well as oil, gas, and chemical
equipment, plastic molding, diesel engines, and a growing variety of industrial equipment. With ever more stringent
pollution and leakage legislation, plus the demand for greater efficiency and lifetime reliability, EnerRing seals provide the
highest integrity sealing solutions for today's world and tomorrow's.

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How To Use The EnerRing Design Manual
The Advanced Products EnerRing line of resilient metal seals are offered in a variety of sizes, shapes, cross sections and
materials to satisfy the sealing needs of your extreme environments. The EnerRing part number defines all the key design
elements as indicated below:

XXX - 000000 - 00 - 00 - 0 - XXX
Plating, Coating
or Finish
(Section D)
Temper
(Section D)
Material
(Section D)
Seal Cross Section
(Section C)
Seal Diameter (inches specified to three decimal places
or millimeters specified to two decimal places).
(Section C)
EnerRing Type
(Section B)

This design manual provides a rapid, unambiguous, self-selection process with all the features, applications, and limitations
of each product clearly stated. The manual is organized into sections which allow you easily to determine the part number of
the EnerRing that is right for your application.
Section B helps you to determine which EnerRing type is most appropriate for your application.
Section C is organized by EnerRing type. Having selected the best EnerRing type from Section B, simply turn to
the page in Section C for the seal selected and you will find all the groove and EnerRing dimensions you need.
Section D lists the many available EnerRing materials and assists you in determining which combination of materials is most
appropriate for your sealing environment.
Section E provides supporting technical information and recommendations.
Section F shows a number of other EnerRing designs which are available for unique applications when only a special seal
will do. In these cases, please contact one of our Applications Engineers at any of our worldwide offices and we
will be happy to assist you. Please fax us your Application Data Sheet (Page E-24) for a fast, complete response.

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All such procedures are controlled by our Q.A. Manual. especially in abrasive media. We are confident that our seals will be delivered free of all material or manufacturing defects. preferably by test. high-quality. and a fair return for our stockholders. by design. or by similarity. Government or Industry Standards as well as our own specially developed Process Specifications. Order Entry. Where applicable. High integrity sealing can help eliminate leakage. any defective products reported to us within 12 months of their delivery date. Consequently. • We proudly acknowledge our continuing dedication to serving advanced technology industries worldwide including: nuclear power generation. • We recognize that customer satisfaction. leak-rate or other operational parameters. creates new challenges and employment opportunities. we cite appropriate International. Advanced Products is committed to building and maintaining a Quality System in full compliance with ISO 9000/9001. • Our Quality System shall ensure the fulfillment of customers' needs by controlling our entire company operation. machinery and industrial processes. traceability and inspection procedures being applied at all stages. free of charge. • We are committed to our growing role in global environmental protection. in the exact configuration of their intended use. Clear. Seal performance is also highly dependent on the condition (hardness. Seals are. engineered sealing solutions. Corporate Mission Statement • Working in partnership with both customers and suppliers. evolving and responsive to our customers' changing requirements. Manufacturing through to final Delivery. written procedures shall define each function from the initial Application Evaluation to the Proposal. pollution and toxic emissions. chemical. Equally. We will replace. dynamic seals are inevitably subject to wear. tolerancing) of the mating surfaces against which the seal contacts. our primary mission is customer satisfaction. relatively soft components which may be damaged if misapplied or installed incorrectly. Advanced Products ER0597 A-3 . Development and Design. Customers are always advised to qualify seals. compliant. medical equipment. roughness. and aerospace. This warranty is limited to the replacement value of the defective seals only. • Welcoming independent auditing by our customers and internationally recognized Quality Auditors. Advanced Products shall maintain a unified Quality System. semi-conductors. Advanced Products' seals are manufactured from high grade materials with full lot-control. alone. we cannot give specific warranties for life-expectancy. Corporate Quality Statement • To ensure total customer satisfaction. except for the general recommendations found in this design manual.Warranty Statement Advanced Products is experienced in the manufacture of safety-critical seals for manned space flight and nuclear reactors as well as a vast range of industrial and commercial applications. through supplying effective. offshore oil and gas production. as well as improving the efficiency and reliability of prime-movers. and does not include any additional or consequential liabilities whatsoever.

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C L Axial Seal Applications CL CL MCA. low load seals are suitable for applications where seating load is limited or there is concern about yielding or damaging the mating hardware surfaces. Go to page B-2. Advanced Products ER0498 B-1 . Go to page C-28.Selecting the EnerRing Type for Your Application EnerRings are produced in a number of standard designs which are appropriate for use in a broad spectrum of the most commonly encountered applications. M. The EnerRing Type is designated in the part numbers as shown below.00 . Lower load seals are frequently used when resiliency.XXX EnerRing Type (The first letter.00 . vibrations. There are two basic types of applications: Face Seal Applications C L High Load High Elasticity Generally. the high load seals provide greater leak tightness and are preferred when there is sufficient seating load (the load required to compress the seal) and little flange movement due to thermal excursions. Axial C-Ring can be used as either a static seal or in semidynamic applications such as a quarter-turn valve stem seal. MXX . Go to page C-30. Axial Spring Energized Metal O-Ring (SEMOR) relies on axial compression to provide radial seal expansion resulting in high load sealing. etc. MSO.000000 . or springback is needed to maintain effective sealing during flange separation or rotation. Additionally. indicates that the seal dimensions are specified in SI units (millimeters)) The flow diagrams on the following pages are designed to provide guidance to the appropriate EnerRing type for your application.0 . Go to page B-3.

6 µm Ra or rougher External MSE MCI SURFACE ROUGHNESS 0. MOM or MOR* MWI Internal PRESSURE DIRECTION External *Metal O-Ring Selection MOI.than Face Seals for Higher Seating Loads (Greater 18 N/mm circumference) & Lowest Leakage Rates MSI Internal PRESSURE DIRECTION 1. MON or MOP* Low (<20%) Internal PRESSURE DIRECTION External GREATER SPRINGBACK LOWER COST MOE. MOP: Refer to Page C-10 for details MWE MOE. MOR: Refer to Page C-12 for details Advanced Products B-2 ER0498 . MOM. MON.8 µm Ra or smoother Internal PRESSURE DIRECTION Medium (30%) START External MCE SPRINGBACK MOI.

lower cost.Face Seals for Lower Seating Loads & Higher Springback (Less than 18 N/mm circumference ) MEI Internal PRESSURE DIRECTION External MEE START Highest Springback (95%) High Springback (60%) Higher pressure rating. MUI Internal PRESSURE DIRECTION External MUE Advanced Products ER0498 B-3 .

.....Seal Selection at a Glance In addition to the EnerRing selection flow diagrams on the preceding pages....................................... EON Advanced Products B-4 ER0498 .....S.... MBI Metal E-Ring for AS1895 Flanges .........................................................MNI Boss Seal for U.......................................................... Seal Description EnerRing Type Nuclear Pressure Vessel Metal O-Ring Seal ....................................... Refer to the table below for a comparison of EnerRing types............S.............................. Military Standard MS-33649 Fluid Connection Boss and MS-33514/33656 Fitting Ends .......................... MEI Metal O-Ring for U... Military Standards ................................................. Ratings: ★★★★ ★★★ ★★ ★ NR Excellent Very Good Good Fair Not Recommended Sealing Requirements High Springback Low Load High Load Low Leak Rate Pressure Capability Low Cost Metal C-Ring ★★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★★★★ ★★★ Metal E-Ring ★★★★ ★★★★ NR ★ ★★ ★ Metal O-Ring ★ NR ★★★ ★★★ ★★★★ ★★★ Metal U-Ring ★★★ ★★★★ NR ★ ★★★ ★ Metal Wire Ring NR NR ★★★★ ★★ ★★★★ ★★★★ Spring Energized C-Ring ★★ NR ★★★★ ★★★★ ★★★★ ★ Seal Type Standard EnerRings for Specific and Standard Applications The EnerRing type for these applications are listed below........................ the following rating table provides simple guidelines which can be used to confirm the appropriate EnerRing selection.......

...... External Pressure Face Seal ...... C-16 MSI ...... C-35 Advanced Products ER0498 C-1 ................................ Metal Wire Ring...... Vented...................................... and cavity dimensions.......... Pressure Filled.................................................................. The EnerRing size is designated in the part number as shown below.......... External Pressure Face Seal .................. Metal O-Ring.................................D.......... MXX - 000000 ...................................................... Military Standards ...... Spring Energized Metal C-Ring... Cavity and Seal Dimensions and Seal Performance Data for the Standard EnerRings can be found on the following pages: SEAL TYPE SEAL DESCRIPTION PAGE FACE SEALS MCI ......S... 0000................................ External Pressure Face Seal ........Selecting the EnerRing Size for your Application EnerRings are available in any diameter from 6 mm to 7.....S.........00 ............... C-22 MWE ................. Metal O-Ring....................................... Plain...................... Internal Pressure Face Seal ....... O. C-32 Metal E-Ring for AS1895 Flanges ................ Internal Pressure Face Seal ..............6 m and a variety of free heights to fit the various cavity sizes you may have. Pressure Filled........................ C-14 MUE ................................. Nuclear Pressure Vessel Metal O-Ring Seal .......XXX Cross Section Code Seal Diameter prior to plating (millimeters specified to two decimal places. Metal O-Ring.................. Internal Pressure Face Seal ...............................................................................................00) Refer to the page of the EnerRing type selected for your application to determine the appropriate seal diameter. C-4 MEI ......... Vented.. C-12 MUI ................... C-10 MOE ..................................................................... Spring Energized Metal C-Ring. Metal C-Ring............... Metal O-Ring............... C-24 MNI ................ Metal O-Ring............... C-20 MWI ........... Metal U-Ring............. Metal E-Ring......................... External Pressure Face Seal ................... MS-33649 Fluid Connection Boss and MS-33514/33656 Fitting Ends ............................. Metal E-Ring......................... Metal C-Ring. Metal Wire Ring.............. C-26 AXIAL SEALS MCA ............0 .................................................... C-10 MOP ............................ C-34 Metal O-Ring for U............ Internal Pressure Face Seal ........................................ Metal C-Ring..... Metal U-Ring................................... External Pressure Face Seal . C-6 MEE .......... C-12 MOM ........................................... C-12 MOR ..... C-28 MSO ................. Internal Pressure Face Seal ....... C-30 SEALS FOR STANDARD APPLICATIONS MBI Boss Seal for U................. External Pressure Face Seal .......... I.............. C-8 MOI ................. Internal Pressure Face Seal ................ C-2 MCE .00 ... C-10 MON ................D...... Spring Energized Metal O-Ring (SEMOR) ....... External Pressure Face Seal ................. Metal O-Ring................. Internal Pressure Face Seal .... Plain............................................... External Pressure Face Seal .......... Internal Pressure Face Seal . Axial Seal ............ cross section........................... C-18 MSE .

00 1. fuel injectors.67 0.94 – 1. Tri-lobed or elliptical C-Rings available for snap-in/snap-out convenience.19 8.37 1.03 9. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS 0.27 • Circular.08 – 5. separable fittings.00 3.57 10.70 1.78 75. • Available in 8 materials offering high temperature strength.99 5. • Temperature range from cryogenics to 870°C.00 0.35 100. plus hundreds of preferred sizes (refer to page E-18). • Pressure range from vacuum to 690 MPa and above. • Relatively flexible for use with non-flat flanges. GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F G R SEAL FREE HEIGHT O.91 0.96 32.18 – 3. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.76 3.00 10.00 – 600.08 1. Z 2 A F R R CL G G D COUNTERBORE MODE Features: • Wide range of 10 standard free heights from 0.70 600. All dimensions are in millimeters.70 mm.16 – 10.79 6. 6.00 – 25. good springback. jet engines.67 3.65 1. corrosion and fatigue resistance.30 1.39 13.00 – 400.27 – 1.MCI Metal C-Ring. 4.91 – 2.30 4.60 1.32 1.00 2. and other custom shapes available. • Wide range of plating options (refer to page D-6) for superior sealing.00 – 3000.28 6.00 – 750. • Good springback properties to accommodate thermal cycles and joint separation.00 – 900. • Optimized one piece construction for low cost.52 12.25 1.00 – 200.38 2.27 • Uses jacket strength and hydrostatic forces additively.00 – 1200. Advanced Products C-2 ER0498 .62 – 8.52 • Available in any diameter from 6 mm to 3 m.02 0.01 2.00 – 2000.00 – 50. • Moderate load permits the use of lighter flanges and fewer bolts.00 0. race-track.51 3.00 5.00 1.67 12.02 1.43 0.52 9.00 3.40 0. etc. to increase sealing forces at higher pressures.69 1. Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Excellent internally pressurized static face seal for valve assemblies.53 300.00 7.64 – 0.D.18 25. pressure vessels.79 to 12.84 – 3.54 – 2.

05 0.05 0.78 ± 0.20 0.18 0.41 3.39 ± 0.51 0.25 03 04 05 06 20 40 0.41 0.03 530 690 0.10 t CROSS MATERIAL SECTION THICKNESS CODE SEATING LOAD (N per mm circumference) WORKING SPRINGBACK PRESSURE (mm) RATING*(MPa) 0.96 1.97 15 16 60 130 70 180 0.15 0. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Pmax = Maximum plating thickness (from page D-7) Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.64 0.15 0.64 0.18 230 390 260 390 220 370 3.18 ± 0.97 1. see page E-22) D = Minimum cavity O. prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.23 0.15 0. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.05 0.46 6.51 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-3 . Seal Performance is discussed in Section E. Performance data is based on Alloy 718 material with -6 treatment. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MCI - 000000 .33 0.05 290 430 15 50 0.10 0.65 17 18 19 20 110 260 140 300 0.25 0.05 0.08 0.13 0.00 .51 5.20 1.62 12.08 0.79 ± 0.17 4.30 2.08 0. Shaded boxes indicate standard cross section code.51 0.D. consult us for recommendations.38 0.XXX EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.20 0.15 0. A = D .13 1.76 13 14 0.70 ± 0.82 0.61 09 10 11 12 30 70 55 100 45 100 0.76 7.15 1.27 1.23 220 390 210 360 9.96 ± 0.71 1.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C M A Seal Dimensions Performance C Z M SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MAXIMUM RADIAL WIDTH 0.38 07 08 0.00 .13 0.54 3.08 0.91 3.51 210 300 210 290 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.04 0.38 0.2Pmax Where: (tolerance h11.35 ± 0.19 ± 0.05 200 400 0.25 0.05 0.15 0.02 10.D.0 .57 ± 0.26 2. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings.Z .53 ± 0.10 0.27 1.16 0.08 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.18 01 02 30 40 0.

• Relatively flexible for use with non-flat flanges.99 5.00 3.40 0.00 – 750.52 12.94 – 1.76 3. and other custom shapes available.00 – 400.64 – 0.37 1.30 4.78 75.54 – 2.08 1.70 600.27 – 1. External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Excellent externally pressurized static face seal.00 3.84 – 3.43 0.00 – 1200.65 1.18 20.25 1.39 10.60 1.52 9.00 5.00 – 3000.67 3.69 1.32 1.38 2.00 1.18 – 3.52 All dimensions are in millimeters. GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F G R SEAL FREE HEIGHT I.MCE Metal C-Ring.00 – 2000. • Good springback properties to accommodate thermal cycles and joint separation.00 – 600.08 – 5. • Temperature range from cryogenics to 870°C.00 0.03 9.00 – 200. • Available in 8 materials offering high temperature strength. • Wide range of plating options (refer to page D-6) for superior sealing.62 – 8. • Uses jacket strength and hydrostatic forces additively.53 300.01 2. • Circular. Advanced Products C-4 ER0498 .67 0. • Optimized one piece construction for low cost.67 12.79 to 12. • Pressure range from vacuum to 690 MPa and above.00 – 50.51 3.D. to increase sealing forces at higher pressures.35 100. • Moderate load permits the use of lighter flanges and fewer bolts.00 – 25. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS 0. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.02 1.00 – 900. Tri-lobed or elliptical C-Rings available for snap-in/snap-out convenience.00 1.02 0.00 7.70 1.57 9.16 – 10. plus hundreds of preferred sizes (refer to page E-18). corrosion and fatigue resistance. • Available in any diameter from 6 mm to 3 m.00 10. good springback.19 8.70 mm.27 4. A Z 2 F R R CL G G D OPEN GROOVE MODE Features: • Wide range of 10 standard free heights from 0.96 32. race-track.91 – 2.27 6.28 6.00 2.79 5.00 0.91 0.30 1.

Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.97 1.57 ± 0.96 ± 0.51 5.39 ± 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-5 . Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.17 4.51 0.00 .03 530 690 0.15 0.13 1.64 0.15 0.08 0.27 1.08 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MCE - 000000 . Performance data is based on Alloy 718 material with -6 treatment.15 0.27 1.05 200 400 0.05 290 430 15 50 0.0 .78 ± 0.35 ± 0.97 15 16 60 130 70 180 0.19 ± 0.D.D.15 0. A = D + Z + 2Pmax Where: (tolerance H11.15 0.62 12.96 1.00 .25 0.18 01 02 30 40 0.51 210 300 210 290 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.18 230 390 260 390 220 370 3.10 0.51 0.05 0.82 0.38 07 08 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.08 0.10 0.05 0.65 17 18 19 20 110 260 140 300 0.10 t CROSS MATERIAL SECTION THICKNESS CODE SEATING LOAD (N per mm circumference) WORKING SPRINGBACK PRESSURE (mm) RATING*(MPa) 0.41 0.23 0.38 0. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Pmax = Maximum plating thickness (from page D-7) Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.20 0.18 0.05 0. see page E-22) D = Maximum cavity I.13 0.13 0.08 0.04 0.33 0. consult us for recommendations. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings.30 2.54 3.26 2.02 10.51 0.53 ± 0.XXX EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal I.25 0.05 0.64 0.08 0.20 0.79 ± 0.16 0.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C M A Performance Seal Dimensions C Z M SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MAXIMUM RADIAL WIDTH 0.25 03 04 05 06 20 40 0.23 220 390 210 360 9. prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.18 ± 0.41 3.46 6.76 7.38 0.76 13 14 0.71 1.15 1. Shaded boxes indicate standard cross section code.05 0.91 3.61 09 10 11 12 30 70 55 100 45 100 0.70 ± 0.20 1.

05 4. • Radiused footprint area protects mating surfaces.00 2. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.D.00 – 300.54 85.00 – 900. Defined fatigue life. • Available internally pressure-energized or pressure neutral for reversing pressures. turbine engine bleed air ducting joints.00 1.00 – 300. very low load flanges and/or joints with considerable movement. Advanced Products C-6 ER0498 . 2. Z 2 A F Features: R • Optimized one piece construction for lower costs.51 3.16 – 2.74 50.05 4.55 – 4.00 – 600.84 1.19 0.35 50. very low load seal.88 high temperature nickel alloys. Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • High temperature pneumatic joints.2 m (larger on request).59 • Available with HVOF (High Velocity Oxygen Flame) anti-gall coating.02 7.MEI Metal E-Ring.35 8.00 – 600. Generally used unplated.32 0.76 3.29 0.26 2.26 4.19 0.57 57. R GROOVE MODE D F G R O. • Available in a choice of high strength/ 1.95 – 3.95 – 3.51 2.16 – 2.00 2. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS 45.57 50.00 – 600.05 5.92 0. C • Fully elastic working envelope for consistent SEAL FREE performance over many compression/ HEIGHT extension cycles.16 – 2.00 2. • Multi-convolution E-Rings available for very high deflection applications.60 2.00 2.95 – 3.38 50.20 – 6.00 – 300. • Available in standard sizes to fit all Aerospace Standard AS1895 flanges (refer to page C-34).00 4.00 2.00 1. • Five standard sections and any diameter from 45 mm to 1.92 0.00 6.26 2. • For temperatures up to 870°C.74 57. • Highly compliant.52 All dimensions are in millimeters. CL G G D COUNTERBORE MODE Cavity Dimensions E-Rings are available with additional convolutions for even greater springback.65 5.00 2.49 150.55 – 1. • Resonant frequency of E-Ring may be customized to avoid destructive resonance in high vibration applications.76 3.00 – 200.76 5. turbine engine cases.00 – 1200.51 2.84 0.

00 .00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C M A Performance Seal Dimensions C Z t SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MATERIAL THICKNESS M CROSS MAXIMUM SECTION RADIAL WIDTH CODE 1.13 0.30 4.13 0.08 0.D.08 0.10 10 11 0.78 15 14 1.49 ± 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.31 08 16 0. Performance data is based on Alloy 718 material with -6 treatment. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention. Advanced Products ER0498 C-7 . (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.21 15 All dimensions are in millimeters.13 0.74 ± 0.15 0.10 11 13 0.D.0 EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.51 6.90 09 8 0.38 4.13 1.10 0.25 2.20 0.30 3.13 0.68 07 7 0.35 38 3.88 ± 0.57 10 3.45 35 3. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MEI - 000000 .08 0.13 SEATING LOAD (N per mm circumference) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING* (MPa) 05 5 0.57 25 5. A=D-Z Where: (tolerance h11.57 ± 0.35 ± 0.74 ± 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.25 3. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.15 0.94 15 7.31 06 5 0.00 .54 ± 0.30 10 2.25 2.10 0.53 10 0.13 0.08 0.68 2.08 2. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.38 3.59 ± 0. see page E-22) D = Minimum cavity O.38 10 0.13 0.83 13 9 0.13 0.57 ± 0.

29 0.00 1.26 4.59 • Available with HVOF (High Velocity Oxygen Flame) anti-gall coating.26 2.05 5. Generally used unplated. • Multi-convolution E-Rings available for very high deflection applications.00 2.00 2.95 – 3.00 1.51 2.32 0.00 – 300. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.00 – 600.26 2.00 6. D F G R I. • Available in a choice of high strength/ 1.05 4.74 50. G D OPEN GROOVE MODE GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions E-Rings are available with additional convolutions for even greater springback.54 85.95 – 3.16 – 2.57 57.02 7.20 – 6.38 50.60 2. C • Fully elastic working envelope for consistent SEAL FREE performance over many compression/ HEIGHT extension cycles.49 150.51 2. A Z 2 F R R CL G Features: • Optimized one piece construction for lower costs. • Radiused footprint area protects mating surfaces.00 2.00 4.52 All dimensions are in millimeters. • Highly compliant. • Resonant frequency of E-Ring may be customized to avoid destructive resonance in high vibration applications. Defined fatigue life.51 3. • For temperatures up to 870°C.65 5.76 5.00 2.74 57.55 – 4.00 – 900.00 – 300.00 – 600.16 – 2.76 3.35 50.D.95 – 3.84 1.00 2.55 – 1.19 0.00 – 1200.00 – 200.16 – 2. • Five standard sections and any diameter from 45 mm to 1. very low load seal.57 50.35 8.2 m (larger on request). • Available externally pressure-energized or pressureneutral for reversing pressures. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS 45.00 2.MEE Metal E-Ring.92 0.84 0.92 0.88 high temperature nickel alloys.76 3.00 – 600. External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • High temperature pneumatic joints with external pressurization and/or joints with considerable movement.05 4. 2. Advanced Products C-8 ER0498 .19 0.00 – 300.

Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.57 10 3. (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.57 ± 0.10 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-9 .31 06 5 0.13 0.00 .25 2.57 25 5.57 ± 0.08 0.13 0.59 ± 0.38 10 0.21 15 All dimensions are in millimeters.08 0.38 4.00 .13 1.13 0.08 0.10 11 13 0.10 10 11 0.78 15 14 1.13 0.49 ± 0.38 3. see page E-22) D = Maximum cavity I.D.51 6.08 2.13 0.25 3.30 4.74 ± 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MEE - 000000 .31 08 16 0.15 0.45 35 3.94 15 7.08 0.68 2.13 0. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.90 09 8 0.83 13 9 0. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.53 10 0.35 38 3.0 EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal I.88 ± 0.15 0.13 SEATING LOAD (N per mm circumference) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING* (MPa) 05 5 0.30 10 2.74 ± 0.13 0.35 ± 0.D. Performance data is based on Alloy 718 material with -6 treatment.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C A M Performance Seal Dimensions C Z t SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MATERIAL THICKNESS M CROSS MAXIMUM SECTION RADIAL WIDTH CODE 1.30 3. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.20 0.68 07 7 0.54 ± 0.10 0.25 2. A=D+Z Where: (tolerance H11.

MOP*: (optional) non-vented. • High sealing load creates excellent plating compression and superior sealing.00 13. • Over thirty years proven service in nuclear pressure vessel closure head sealing (see page C-26).D. Cavity Dimensions Features: • Many tubing material choices and plating options available for widest media compatibility.70 – 14.54 – 2.MOI.51 3.30 1.68) 16. Z 2 A F R R CL G G D COUNTERBORE MODE GROOVE MODE 8.69 1. chamfered joints and non-rectangular section grooves.00 – 900.53 300.19 10.02 1.00 – 200.52 • Eleven standard free heights and any diameter from 6.94 – 1. • Standard metal O-Rings available for all 'MS' sizes and configurations (see pages C-35 to C-40). even in largest sizes.67 4. low leakage face sealing. and under-sea applications).27 2.26 – 8.00 1. Good for bi-directional (reversing) pressures. • All welds are 100% fluorescent penetrant inspected.35 mm to 7.38 2. MON and MOP Metal O-Rings.70 1.01 3.00 – 400.35 1.89 6.00 – 2000. C SEAL FREE HEIGHT D O. but pressure capability is reduced.29 0.52 12.35 200. Avoids ingress of working fluid(s) into the seal. Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Heavy joints with minimum movement.64 – 0.76) 12.88 – 2.00 – 7600.43 (max.62 – 8.72 – 14.18 0. • Robust.6 m. high integrity seal for ease of handling.51 1.52 15. gas pressure-filled.00 – 50.22 20.18 – 3. (Refer to performance table on facing page).16 – 11.39 25. *Not for use in applications with a very high ambient pressure (drill string equipment.89 1.28 8.52 9.51 11.27 4. Enhances load at high temperatures.84 – 3.96 75.76 3.88 1500. (Refer to performance table on facing page).00 (max.00 1.78 100.35 – 25. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.05 – 11.70 800.00 0.00 – 1200. range 7. • Static. non-filled: avoids ingress of working fluid(s) (preferred) into the seal.14 – 1.30 5.40 0. • Contiguous sealing surface permits use within triple-surface.00 – 750.27 6. range 10.57 13.00 3. MON*: non-vented.25 1.00 – 7600.00 (max.08 – 5.57 1.61) All dimensions are in millimeters.00 5.08 1. Selection of Types: internally vented and pressure-energized: recommended MOI: (preferred) for high pressures.00 – 600.18 38.06 0. lowest cost.00 2.78 0.00 0. Advanced Products C-10 ER0498 .00 3.99 6. RANGE tolerance H10 F DEPTH RANGE G R MINIMUM MAXIMUM WIDTH RADIUS 0. range 12.

10 * 0.25 Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.13 .13 0.0.46 0.04 0. prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.43 * 0.08 .10 0.20 0.10 * 0.51 * 30 * 60 * 8* 11 * 6 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.10 0.25 0.23 * 0.03 0.23 3.15 * 0.03 0. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.51 0.03 0.01 70 100 5 7 0.13 * 0.33 4.13 0.36 6.28 3. † If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.05 0.04 0.03 50 70 5 7 0.08 .35 +0.13 0.08 0.53 .0.18 * 0.03 0.88 +0.03 0.Z .13 * 0.81 0.76 0.46 9.03 0.00 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MO [I.15 0.15 0.18 +0.00 0.05 0.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C Seal Dimensions C SEAL FREE HEIGHT 0.64 0.2Pmax Where: Part Numbering SEAL TOLERANCE D = Minimum cavity O. Advanced Products ER0498 C-11 .53 +0.65 15.30 0.03 0.05 0.0.03 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.28 * 1.05 30 45 4 0.0.13 .08 * 0.18 * 21 250 * 580 * 0.15 .18 0.15 .78 +0.25 0.10 0.00 .89 .0.04 0.13 .05 0.4.25 0.10 * 0.05 0.01 0.15 0.05 0.00 0.D.00 0.00 .15 0.0.10 .57 +0.64 12.08 .78 6.03 0.88 +0.51 0.20 +0.39 +0.36 0.41 0.08 .0.00 0.0.30 0.97 1.20 2.05 0.60 A Performance 0.96 +0.0.10 0.00 0.13 0.30 * 80 100 120 10 30 40 110 15 30 40 110 30 * 90 * 30 * 100 * 30 * 90 * 30 * 50 * 30 * 50 * 110 140 170 15 40 70 170 30 40 70 170 40 140 40 150 40 140 60 * 100 * 60 * 100 * 5 5 6 5 6 6 6 3 3 4 5 5* 5* 5* 5* 5* 5* 8* 9* 8* 9* 7 8 8 7 8 8 9 5 6 6 7 7 8 7 8 7 8 11 * 14 * 11 * 14 * 0.18 29 70 100 02 03 31 08 04 05 32 09 06 07 25 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 50 60 100 140 190 30 50 70 210 20 30 50 160 70 * 130 * 80 * 120 * 80 * 170 * 110 * 190 * 180 * 300 * 130 190 260 40 70 100 280 20 40 70 210 100 180 110 170 110 230 180 * 300 * 420 * 670 * 0.03 Z DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE t CROSS MATERIAL SECTION THICKNESS CODE 0.35 9. A = D .19 +0.27 1.0.51 0.0 .08 0.20 WORKING PRESSURE RATING† (MPa) SEATING LOAD SPRINGBACK (N/mm circumf) (mm) VENTED NON-VENTED 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 321SS Alloy 718* 321SS Alloy 718* 321SS Alloy 718* 321SS Alloy 718* 01 70 100 0.13 +0. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Pmax = Maximum plating thickness (from page D-7) FREE HEIGHT SEAL DIAMETER (A) TOLERANCE (-0.03 0.08 .03 +0.30 0.76 1.0.23 * 0.04 0.D.03 0.64 0. Shaded boxes indicate standard cross section code.89 1.XXX EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.00) 0.70 +0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.08 * 0.24 1.15. N or P] - 000000 .

35 190. • All welds are 100% fluorescent penetrant inspected.00 – 900.64 – 0.70 800.00 1. Advanced Products C-12 ER0498 .27 6.94 – 1.00 (max.00 3.D.76) 12. • High sealing load creates excellent plating compression and superior sealing.28 8. range 7.29 0. • Static.6 m. Good for bi-directional (reversing) pressures.76 3.00 13. A Z 2 F R R CL G G D OPEN GROOVE MODE GROOVE MODE 8.89 5.27 4.00 – 25.51 11. chamfered joints and non-rectangular section grooves.18 – 3.14 – 1.43 (max. and under-sea applications). MOM and MOR Metal O-Rings.35 1.38 2.57 10.40 0.02 1.08 – 5.00 – 7600. External Pressure Face Seal Selection of Types: externally vented and pressure-energized: recommended MOE: (preferred) for high pressures. even in largest sizes.62 – 8. low leakage face sealing. lowest costs. non-filled: avoids ingress of working fluid(s) MOM*: (preferred) into the seal.00 – 1200.25 1. gas pressure-filled.57 1.51 1.00 (max. range 10.19 8.08 1. *Not for use in applications with a very high ambient pressure (drill string equipment.00 0.52 9.70 – 14.51 3.52 12.18 0. but reduces pressure capability.78 95. MOR*: (optional) non-vented.MOE.52 15.01 3.52 Features: • Many tubing material choices and plating options available for widest media compatibility. • Eleven standard free heights and any diameter from 5 mm to 7.00 – 200.00 – 2000. • Contiguous sealing surface permits use within triple-surface.27 2.30 1. C SEAL FREE HEIGHT D I. (Refer to performance table on facing page).61) All dimensions are in millimeters.26 – 8.69 1.78 0. Avoids ingress of working fluid(s) into the seal.00 5.99 6. • Robust.53 300.68) 16.88 – 2.00 – 600. range 12.00 2.06 0.67 4. Enhances load at high temperatures. non-vented.18 32. RANGE tolerance h10 F DEPTH RANGE G R MINIMUM MAXIMUM WIDTH RADIUS 0.30 5.70 1.00 3.72 – 14. (Refer to performance table on facing page).84 – 3.54 – 2.00 – 7600.00 0.89 1.00 1.16 – 11. high integrity seal for ease of handling. Cavity Dimensions Applications: • Heavy joints with minimum movement.00 – 50.96 70.39 20.00 – 400.22 20.05 – 11.88 1500. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.00 – 750.

36 6.05 0.03 0.10 0.15 -0.15 0. † If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.08 -0.35 9.70 + 0.88 + 0.03 + 0.19 + 0.13 0.24 1.13 -0.10 0.01 70 100 5 7 0.23 * 0.25 0.76 0.D.00 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.53 + 0.08 -0.15 0.05 0.20 2.03 0.30 0.27 1.15 01 70 100 0.08 -0.88 +0.41 0.51 * 30 * 60 * 8* 11 * 1.15 -0.23 3.46 9.13 0.96 + 0.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C Performance Seal Dimensions C SEAL FREE HEIGHT 0.30 0.03 Z DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE t CROSS MATERIAL SECTION THICKNESS CODE A WORKING PRESSURE RATING† (MPa) SEATING LOAD SPRINGBACK (N/mm circumf) (mm) VENTED NON-VENTED 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 304SS*/ Alloy X-750/ 321SS Alloy 718* 321SS Alloy 718* 321SS Alloy 718* 321SS Alloy 718* 0.57 + 0.05 0.01 0.78 6.28 * 0.00 0.05 0.20 0.18 * 0.00 .20 +0.08 -0.4. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Pmax = Maximum plating thickness (from page D-7) FREE HEIGHT SEAL DIAMETER (A) TOLERANCE (-0.33 4. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.30 0.04 0.10 0.51 0.00 0.03 0.36 0. Shaded boxes indicate standard cross section code.10 * 0.18 29 70 100 0.64 0.13 -0.08 0.10 0.XXX EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal I.13 -0.53 .20 0.13 0.43 * 0.03 0.25 0.00 0.08 0.04 0.81 0.51 0.04 0.15.03 0.89 .00 0.10 * 0.28 3.23 * 0.05 0.65 15.03 0.08 * 0.64 0. M or R] - 000000 .18 + 0.03 50 70 5 7 02 03 31 08 04 05 32 09 06 07 25 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 50 60 0.13 * 0.60 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.25 Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.03 0.35 + 0.04 0.18 0.78 + 0.15 * 0.15 0.10 * 0.00) 0.30 * 80 100 120 10 30 40 110 15 30 40 110 30 * 90 * 30 * 100 * 30 * 90 * 30 * 50 * 30 * 50 * 110 140 170 15 40 70 170 30 40 70 170 40 140 40 150 40 140 60 * 100 * 60 * 100 * 5 5 6 5 6 6 6 3 3 4 5 5* 5* 5* 5* 5* 5* 8* 9* 8* 9* 7 8 8 7 8 8 9 5 6 6 7 7 8 7 8 7 8 11 * 14 * 11 * 14 * 21 250 * 580 * 0. A = D + Z + 2Pmax Where: Part Numbering SEAL TOLERANCE D = Maximum cavity I.03 0.89 1.00 .64 12.05 30 45 4 6 100 140 190 30 50 70 210 20 30 50 160 70 * 130 * 80 * 120 * 80 * 170 * 110 * 190 * 180 * 300 * 130 190 260 40 70 100 280 20 40 70 210 100 180 110 170 110 230 180 * 300 * 420 * 670 * 0.13 +0.00 0. prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.05 0.0 . Advanced Products ER0498 C-13 .76 1.08 -0.18 * 0.25 0.51 0.03 0.03 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.10 -0.46 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MO [E.08 * 0.97 1.13 * 0.05 0.13 0.03 0.39 + 0.D.

03 3. Z 2 A Features: F • Compliant low load seal.54 – 2.37 2.36 mm seal free height and larger) metal O-Ring grooves for lower load and greater springback. G D COUNTERBORE MODE • Good all round performance.06 0.88 – 2.00 5. • Retrofittable in (2.00 – 800.29 0.70 85. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS 1.00 – 1200. Advanced Products C-14 ER0498 .52 6.08 – 5.18 0. economically priced.MUI Metal U-Ring.D.72 4. R CL G • Radiused footprint area protects mating surfaces. • Up to 28 MPa working pressure.28 8.27 – 1.2 m.00 – 900.18 65. R • Five standard free heights and any diameter from 45 mm to 1.00 – 400. generally used unplated.35 1.00 2.00 1.38 2.51 3. • Up to 870°C.00 1.00 3.27 150.00 – 200.60 45. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.99 6. Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • High temperature joints with significant movement.81 – 3. GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F G R SEAL FREE HEIGHT O.27 All dimensions are in millimeters.89 1.76 4.36 57.

38 5.08 0. (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.33 09 9 0.08 0.51 6.13 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-15 .25 2.15 1.27 ± 0.66 24 CROSS SECTION MAXIMUM RADIAL WIDTH CODE SEATING LOAD WORKING (N per mm SPRINGBACK PRESSURE circumference) (mm) RATING* (MPa) All dimensions are in millimeters. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.13 0.00 .25 28 3.13 0.65 15 12 0.70 ± 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MUI - 000000 .03 13 9 0.68 05 5 0. A=D-Z Where: (tolerance h11.18 ± 0.D. see page E-22) D = Minimum cavity O.60 ± 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.D.15 26 2.51 24 6.10 0.36 28 4.08 0. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C M A Seal Dimensions Performance C Z t M SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MATERIAL THICKNESS 1.49 07 8 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.00 .0 EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.15 0. Performance data is based on Alloy 718 material with -6 treatment.20 0.36 ± 0.30 3.15 0. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.

38 2.37 2.36 mm seal free height and larger) metal O-Ring grooves for lower load and greater springback.00 1.51 3.06 0.00 – 400.29 0.00 5.27 – 1.00 – 900.00 3.00 2.00 – 800. • Good all round performance.81 – 3. External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • High temperature joints with significant movement.54 – 2.52 6.36 57.18 0.60 45. A Z 2 F R Features: R CL • Compliant low load seal. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22. Advanced Products C-16 ER0498 .99 6. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE MINIMUM WIDTH MAXIMUM RADIUS 1.D. OPEN GROOVE MODE G D GROOVE MODE • Radiused footprint area protects mating surfaces.28 8. Cavity Dimensions C D F G R SEAL FREE HEIGHT I.MUE Metal U-Ring.89 1.00 1.27 150.27 All dimensions are in millimeters. generally used unplated. • Retrofittable in (2.72 4. economically priced. G • Five standard free heights and any diameter from 45 mm to 1.2 m.76 4.00 – 1200.00 – 200.18 65.08 – 5.70 85.35 1. • Up to 870°C.88 – 2.03 3. • Up to 28 MPa working pressure.

51 24 6.13 0.30 3.25 2.15 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone. Advanced Products ER0498 C-17 .D. Performance data is based on Alloy 718 material with -6 treatment.15 1.68 05 5 0.13 0. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.51 6.00 .15 26 2.08 0.66 24 CROSS SECTION MAXIMUM RADIAL WIDTH CODE SEATING LOAD WORKING (N per mm SPRINGBACK PRESSURE circumference) (mm) RATING* (MPa) All dimensions are in millimeters.20 0.D. (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) t C M A Seal Dimensions Performance C Z t M SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MATERIAL THICKNESS 1.25 28 3.38 5. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MUE - 000000 .65 15 12 0.60 ± 0.36 ± 0.18 ± 0.70 ± 0.00 .13 0.36 28 4. A=D+Z Where: (tolerance H11. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.27 ± 0.03 13 9 0.49 07 8 0.08 0.08 0. see page E-22) D = Maximum cavity I.0 EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal I.15 0.10 0. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.33 09 9 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.

18 0.00 7. good springback.52 12.16 – 10.00 1.53 300.57 20. • Uses jacket forces.18 – 3.18 25. steam generators.00 – 1800. Z 2 A F R Features: CL • Lowest leak rate.00 – 600. handholes.84 – 3.00 3. and other custom shapes available.00 – 900. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22. • Multiple material choices for high temperature strength.29 0.00 3.00 1.27 – 1. manways.51 1.08 – 5.6 m.52 MINIMUM MAXIMUM WIDTH RADIUS All dimensions are in millimeters.06 0.52 9.00 – 400.00 10. flanges with circular lay.67 16.54 – 2.70 mm.67 4.39 25.38 2.78 75.70 600.96 32. • Best choice for non-flat mating surfaces.00 – 3000. petrol/diesel engine fire rings. • Excellent footprint with good plastic flow of plating material. • For externally pressurized joints to avoid ingress of working fluid into the seal cavity (reduced working pressure rating). but higher loads for use with rougher mating surfaces.35 1.70 1.00 – 750.03 12. R GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F SEAL FREE HEIGHT O. Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Similar to MCI. • Available in any diameter from 20 mm to 7.76 3. Tri-lobed or elliptical Spring Energized C-Rings available for snap-in/snap-out convenience.D.99 6. • Excellent for pressure vessel closures. corrosion and fatigue resistance. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE G R 1. exhaust joints.51 3.27 4. D COUNTERBORE MODE • All plating options available.37 2.57 mm to 12.30 5.08 1. • Circular.MSI Spring Energized Metal C-Ring.01 3.35 100. to increase sealing forces at higher pressures. • For internally pressurized joints. race-track.89 1.00 2.00 – 200.91 – 2. G G • Internal spring provides high pressure capabilities of up to 650 MPa.27 6. Advanced Products C-18 ER0498 . spring forces and hydrostatic forces additively.28 8.62 – 8. • Wide range of 8 standard free heights from 1. plus hundreds of preferred sizes (see page E-18).00 – 7600.00 5.

15 .0.18 + 0.70 + 0.0.10 .0.53 + 0.28 400 9.30 2.05 0.13 .39 13 260 0. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.10 0.20 2.10 .05 0.58 19 510 0.08 0. Performance data is based on Alloy X-750 jacket and spring.08 450 2.Z .21 07 150 0.13 1.10 0. prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.08 0.41 3.25 .D.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.90 09 170 0.51 5.69 17 440 0.15 650 3.0.10 .00 mm seal is specified as 007000) C M A Seal Dimensions Performance C Z M SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MAXIMUM RADIAL WIDTH CROSS SECTION CODE SEATING LOAD WORKING (N per mm SPRINGBACK PRESSURE circumference) (mm) RATING* (MPa) 1.02 11.0.15 1.57 + 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.35 + 0.76 8.00 .84 15 350 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-19 .78 + 0.0 .20 450 4. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MSI - 000000 .56 400 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.39 + 0.96 + 0.46 4. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Pmax = Maximum plating thickness (from page D-7) Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.13 450 3.XXX EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.20 .00 .10 0.43 400 12.D. see page E-22) D = Minimum cavity O.66 11 230 0.2Pmax Where: (tolerance h11.50 05 90 0.0.0.23 500 6.0.08 . A = D .

76 3.00 – 900.18 – 3.08 1. • Available in any diameter from 17 mm to 7.27 6.37 2.00 – 600.84 – 3.D.52 MINIMUM MAXIMUM WIDTH RADIUS All dimensions are in millimeters.06 0.01 3.00 3.96 32.78 75.00 7.35 1.00 – 400.00 1. good springback. External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Similar to MCE.52 12. spring forces and hydrostatic forces additively.70 1. • Excellent footprint with good plastic flow of plating material. A Z 2 F R R CL D • Lowest leak rate. to increase sealing forces at higher pressures when used with external pressurization.57 17. • All plating options available. • Circular.27 – 1.99 6.00 – 750.00 10.62 – 8.53 300.29 0.27 4.08 – 5.38 2.70 600.28 8.6 m.39 23.52 9. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22. and other custom shapes available.00 5.16 – 10. • Multiple material choices for high temperature strength. Tri-lobed or elliptical Spring Energized C-Rings available for snap-in/snap-out convenience. • Wide range of 8 standard free heights from 1.00 – 3000. Flanges with circular lay. G G Features: GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F SEAL FREE HEIGHT I.00 3.00 1. OPEN GROOVE MODE • Internal spring provides high pressure capabilities of up to 650 MPa.51 1. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE G R 1.57 mm to 12.00 2.54 – 2.00 – 7600. race-track.03 12.67 4.18 0.18 25. Advanced Products C-20 ER0498 . plus hundreds of preferred sizes (see page E-18). • Uses jacket forces.30 5.51 3. • Externally pressurized joints. corrosion and fatigue resistance. but higher loads for use with rougher mating surfaces.67 16.MSE Spring Energized Metal C-Ring.70 mm.89 1.91 – 2. • Internally pressurized joints to avoid ingress of working fluid into the seal cavity (reduced working pressure rating).00 – 1800.00 – 200.35 100.

00 .96 + 0. see page E-22) D = Maximum cavity I.D.21 07 150 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.15 1.05 0.69 17 440 0.30 2.10 0.10 . Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Pmax = Maximum plating thickness (from page D-7) Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MSE - 000000 .0.70 + 0.15 . prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.57 + 0.13 1.39 + 0.10 0.0.0.58 19 510 0.02 11.66 11 230 0.35 + 0.18 + 0.20 2.56 400 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.84 15 350 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-21 .51 5.0.10 . * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.41 3.53 + 0.46 4.08 450 2.0.23 500 6.15 650 3.0 . Performance data is based on Alloy X-750 jacket and spring. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) C M A Performance Seal Dimensions C Z M SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE MAXIMUM RADIAL WIDTH CROSS SECTION CODE SEATING LOAD WORKING (N per mm SPRINGBACK PRESSURE circumference) (mm) RATING* (MPa) 1.13 .XXX EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal I.10 0.20 .D.0.08 0.25 .78 + 0.39 13 260 0.90 09 170 0.0.08 0.10 .00 .0.08 . Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.20 450 4.05 0.43 400 12.50 05 90 0.76 8.28 400 9.13 450 3. A = D + Z + 2Pmax Where: (tolerance H11.

01 3.89 6.76 MINIMUM MAXIMUM WIDTH RADIUS All dimensions are in millimeters. • Small process valves.29 0.51 3.06 0.14 – 1. • Best with rigid mating surfaces with minimum relative movement. chamfered joints and non-rectangular section grooves. Z 2 Features: A • Wide variety of material options.40 0.D. Advanced Products C-22 ER0498 .18 38.MWI Metal Wire Ring.64 – 0.00 – 600.69 1.00 1.39 25.00 1.18 0. RANGE tolerance H10 DEPTH RANGE G R 0. F R R CL G G D COUNTERBORE MODE GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F SEAL FREE HEIGHT O. high load 'crush' sealing.57 13.35 – 25. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.67 4. Internal Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Low cost.38 2. Contact your local representative. • High pressure rating. • Many other custom cross sections are available.54 – 2.00 2.00 – 400.00 – 200.25 1. • Contiguous sealing surface permits use within triple-surface. • Fits standard metal O-Ring grooves.27 2.00 0.88 – 2.

18 + 0.43 07 1050 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MWI - 000000 .33 06 1050 0. Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.57 + 0.0. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.08 . A=D-Z Where: (tolerance ± 0. (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.03 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-23 .0.08 .03 0.05 140 All dimensions are in millimeters.89 + 0.0 EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.00 . Performance data is based on annealed 304 Stainless Steel.39 + 0.28 05 1050 0.0.0.13) D = Minimum cavity O.20 03 740 0 140 1.03 0.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) C A Seal Dimensions Performance C Z SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE CROSS SECTION CODE SEATING LOAD WORKING (N per mm SPRINGBACK PRESSURE circumference) (mm) RATING (MPa) 0.03 140 3.D.01 140 2.00 .08 .Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.03 0.08 .D. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.

chamfered joints and non-rectangular section grooves.27 2. • Small process valves.67 4.00 0.00 1.38 2.29 0.00 – 600.76 MINIMUM MAXIMUM WIDTH RADIUS All dimensions are in millimeters.69 1.64 – 0. RANGE tolerance h10 DEPTH RANGE 0.39 20. Contact your local representative.01 3.18 32.06 0.88 – 2.00 – 200.MWE Metal Wire Ring. • Fits standard metal O-Ring grooves.18 0.51 3.54 – 2.14 – 1. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.00 – 400.00 1.00 – 25. External Pressure Face Seal Applications: • Low cost.40 0. • Best with rigid mating surfaces with minimum relative movement. high load 'crush' sealing.57 10.00 2. • Many other custom cross sections are available. • Contiguous sealing surface permits use within triple-surface. F R R CL G G D OPEN GROOVE MODE GROOVE MODE Cavity Dimensions C D F G R SEAL FREE HEIGHT I.89 5. Advanced Products C-24 ER0498 . A Z 2 Features: • Wide variety of material options. • High pressure rating.D.25 1.

0.03 0.33 06 1050 0.08 .00 .D. Advanced Products ER0498 C-25 .D.03 140 3.57 + 0.0. Z = Diametral clearance between cavity and seal Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.13) D = Maximum cavity I.03 0.18 + 0.00 . (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70. A=D+Z Where: (tolerance ± 0.01 140 2.0.Seal and Cavity Sizing Seal free height is based on cavity diameter and depth alone.28 05 1050 0.89 + 0.03 0. Performance data is based on annealed 304 Stainless Steel.08 . Seal Performance is discussed in Section E.03 0.05 140 All dimensions are in millimeters. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below.08 .20 03 740 0 140 1. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MWE - 000000 .0 EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal I.0.43 07 1050 0.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) C A Seal Dimensions Performance C Z SEAL FREE HEIGHT DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE CROSS SECTION CODE SEATING LOAD WORKING (N per mm SPRINGBACK PRESSURE circumference) (mm) RATING (MPa) 0.08 .39 + 0.

• Guaranteed springback for optimum performance during plant transients. • Mounting hardware (clips. All seals are supplied with comprehensive material. Features: • Uses highly reliable metal O-Ring technology: monolithic construction eliminates potential failure modes from sub-components. Do Di G CLOSURE HEAD VESSEL F Ai Ao Retaining clips hold seal in closure head. performance and radiographic certification package. Worldwide repair/replating service in the case of accidental damage. • All raw materials are held in our inventory for rapid response to an unplanned outage. • Quality system complies with 10CFR50 Appendix B. Requires minimum use of personnel in accordance with "ALARA". age hardened alloy 718 tubing for excellent sealing stress/maximum footprint (304 stainless steel also available). • Seals may be ovalized for convenient crating and transport. • Proven over 30 years. • Emergency Technical Support "hot-line" 24 hr/day. • Heavy electroplated silver directly bonded to tubing is not susceptible to delamination. • Internally vented and pressure energized for enhanced sealing load at working pressure and 'hydrotest'. • Robust. 365 day/year. screws) available. • Highest grade vacuum remelt. Accurately positioned vent holes also serve as mounting locations.MNI Nuclear Pressure Vessel Seal Applications: • Very high integrity metal O-Ring for Nuclear Reactor Pressure Vessel Closure Head sealing. • Fully compatible with borated water. • Retrofit sizes available to upgrade/enhance older installations. Advanced Products C-26 ER0498 . at more than 200 nuclear plants worldwide. thick-walled tubing resists buckling during handling within containment. • Sizes available for every PWR & BWR in service.

48 20. Advanced Products ER0498 C-27 .70 – 10.15 for silver plate G (SPG) or 0. Additionally.53 + 0.13 15.19 .25. All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.36 21 470 0.46 26 320 0.33 Retrofit/Upgrade of Existing Cavities from 304 SS to Alloy 718 Seals 7. Please contact us for a copy of the drawing applicable to your reactor. Depth range defines the limits for preferred compressions of 8-12%. prior to plating (dimension Ao specified to two decimal places) Temper Code (-6 solution annealed and age hardened only) Cross Section Code Cavity Dimensions Material Code (Alloy 718) Seal Dimensions Performance Standard Cross Sections F DEPTH RANGE Tolerance on selected depth (+0.13.18 9.48 10.13 11.D.70 + 0.05 + 0. MNI - 600000/610000 . The part number example below serves as a convenient reference and shorthand description only.13 1.28 19 440 0. -0.6 .38 – 8. -0.23 for silver plate H (SPH) Part Numbering Every Advanced Products ENI Nuclear Pressure Vessel Seal Set (comprising inner and outer seals) is assigned a unique 5 digit drawing number for configuration control.2Pmax Where: Seal Diameter Tolerance: +0.10 1.12 ± 0.13 0.16 – 10.D.00) 9.60 ± 0.08 1.13 Performance data is for Alloy 718 at nominal 10% compression.70 11.14 .15 CROSS SECTION CODE SEATING LOAD (N per mm circumference) SPRINGBACK (mm) 17 400 0.24 8.D.27 ± 0.17 ± 0.Seal Sizing Select seal free height according to cavity depth.81 ± 0.13 0.18 – 11.10 12.94 ± 0.56 16.57 C t FREE HEIGHT MATERIAL THICKNESS (-0.56 + 0.44 11.00 D = Minimum cavity O. prior to plating (dimension Ai specified to two decimal places) Plating Code Silver Plate (G or H thickness only) Outer seal O.51 13.23 27 420 0.00) G MINIMUM WIDTH 8.30 28 440 0. (as built) Pmax = Maximum plating thickness: 0. all seals are serialized and fully traceable.23 + 0.64 12.10 1.SP G - 24CR Number of critically positioned vent/mounting holes Inner seal O.24 – 7. Please contact us for review of applications using MNI Metal O-Rings beyond these limits.88 + 0.0.49 15.10 11.97 – 14. Seal diameter (dimension A) is derived below: A = D .76 .03 14.

WIDTH MAX.00 (Dmin – 6. BORE DIAMETER D CONCENTRICITY ≤ 85. MIN.05 5.52 All dimensions are in millimeters.00 (Dmin – 6.03 .00 . • Plating provides low wear characteristics on quarter turn applications.00 (Dmin – 7.00 (Dmin – 9.12) + 0.0.00 .65) + 0.05 3.00 (Dmin – 3.51 (50.05) + 0.03 .98 0.76 (85.00 .0.51 (38.00) + 0.64 0.30 0.05 .05 3.38 (30.000 operating cycles.03 .00 .32) + 0.05 3.00 .MCA Metal C-Ring.00 .27 (150.4 µm Ra or smoother.27 (100.01 – 200.01 – 250.0.05 3.0.22) + 0.00 .70) + 0.00 . E G R ROD/SHAFT DIAMETER tol.00 .01 – 85.0.00 – 150.0.00 .01 – 150. 10° R Cavity Dimensions CROSS SECTION CODE 05 INSTALLED VIEW 07 G 09 CL E ROD/SHAFT DIAMETER D BORE DIAMETER 11 13 15 D BORE DIAMETER RANGE tol.70 – 38. Axial Seal Applications: • Static and low cycle dynamic axial sealing.76 (85.05 .0.0.00) + 0.03 .00) + 0.0.00) + 0.0.00 (Dmin – 3. 10° A CL Cavity Requirements: B • Requires careful control of diametral tolerances and concentricity between bore and shaft.0.0.00 – 150.00 – 38.0.00) + 0.64 0.00 .0.0.27 (150.40) + 0.03 .00 > 85.03 1.0. Advanced Products C-28 ER0498 .38 (38.05 2.00 (Dmin – 4.76 (150.00) + 0.96 1.98 0.05 .0. • Fire-safe quarter turn valve stem sealing: up to 30.0.96 1.05 .0.00 (Dmin – 12. • Dynamic mating surfaces should be 0.0.05 . 60 Rc.05 2.00 .00 (Dmin – 7.0.64 0. • High temperature sealing of mechanical seal to shaft interface.0.15) + 0.07) + 0.03 2.00) + 0.03 • Static mating surfaces should be 0.05 .00 (Dmin – 4.00 – 85.30 0.01 – 300.015 0.28 1.00 – 300.2 µm Ra or smoother.62) + 0. RADIUS (12. • 'Plug-in' connector sealing.00 0.00 (Dmin – 6.28 1.01 – 45.27 (150.28 1. 60 Rc. Features: • Close tolerance seal for light installation loads.03 1.00) + 0.0.00) + 0.0.05 .00 (Dmin – 9.03 1.00) + 0.25) + 0.00) + 0.72) + 0.00) + 0.03 1.

10) + 0.08 (Dmin + 0.08 (Dmin + 0.20) + 0.03 (A – 4. (Dmin + 0.0.55) + 0. E) and Seal O.50) + 0.XXA EnerRing Cross Section Code Standard plating thickness for ECA seal is 0.83) + 0.D.0.0.03 .03 (A – 3. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations. prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70.08 .0.0.05 .10 (Dmin + 0.90) + 0.0.0.08) + 0.0.05 .10 (Dmin + 0.08) + 0.03 .20 t CROSS MATERIAL SECTION THICKNESS CODE WORKING PRESSURE RATING * (MPa) 0.28) + 0.0.03 .41 11 200 0.15 05 190 0.51 13 210 0.13 (Dmin + 0.15 (Dmin + 0. tol.03 (thickness code A) Seal O.20 .0.05 (A – 8.08 .D.03 .38 09 250 0.15) + 0.0.03 (A – 6.10 (Dmin + 0.0.0.03 .Seal and Cavity Sizing From Bore Diameter (dim.05 (A – 6.0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MCA - 000000 .20) + 0.45) + 0.03 (A – 3.0 .15 . Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention.05 (A – 6.64 15 200 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating. tol.15 (Dmin + 0.03 .00 .10) + 0. (dim. Advanced Products ER0498 C-29 .D.15) + 0.33) + 0.73) + 0. D) derive the Rod/Shaft Diameter (dim.05 (A – 9.10 .05 .25 07 220 0.0.20) + 0.0.05 (A – 12.05 .10) + 0.15 .00 mm seal is specified as 007000) A t B Pressure Rating Seal Dimensions A SEAL O.90) + 0.03 (A – 4.0.10 .0.03 (Dmin + 0.0.0.01 to 0.15 . B SEAL I.15 (Dmin + 0.05 .23) + 0.05 .13 .05 (A – 8.20) + 0.D.0.0.15) + 0.10 .13) + 0.90) + 0.08 .0.05 . A) using the tables below.00 .05 (A – 9.0.08 (Dmin + 0.

00 – 400.52 790 2.05 E G R ROD/SHAFT DIAMETER MINIMUM DEPTH MAXIMUM tol. • Critical sealing of degraded surfaces using multiple redundant seals.54 +0. • Slip fit installation requires no lead in chamfer.08 2.00 . • High temperature sealing of mechanical seal to shaft interface.00 4.D.18 50. Advanced Products C-30 ER0498 .00 .0.00 .0.27 530 +0.46 +0.0.0.0.00 .00 .00 +0.00 .79 +0.00 – 100.00 . RANGE tol. • Efficient conversion of axial compression force to radial sealing force.14 +0.08 2.00 3. R D Installation Requirements Cavity Dimensions C SEAL FREE HEIGHT D O.00 – 250. • Triple or quadruple surface sealing. +0.68 0.MSO Spring Energized Metal O-Ring (SEMOR).15 4.00 – 200.35 200.00 +0.15 Dmin – 13.10 Dmin – 10.0.0.76 280 Dmin – 8. • Springback permits easy disassembly. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22. G R Multiple seals may also be used in series for redundancy.10 3.78 6.39 25. • High sealing stress for good plastic flow of plating and excellent footprint.08 All dimensions are in millimeters.0.77 1.00 3.00 . Features: BEFORE COMPRESSION AFTER COMPRESSION E CL • Uses proven O-Ring reliability supplemented by internal spring for combination of high load and high compliance.35 1. AFTER COMPRESSION RADIUS AXIAL COMPRESSION FORCE (N per mm circumference) Dmin – 5.96 100.0.00 .24 0.51 210 Dmin – 7.00 .45 1.27 350 150.76 +0.05 1. • 100% fluorescent penetrant inspected for total reliability.08 +0.0.00 – 300. Axial Seal Applications: • Lowest leakage static axial sealing.

D.13 .03 Dmin – 0.13 M 07 24 3.08 – 0.10 F 05 24 3.39 +0.00 Dmin – 0.78 +0.00 .00.15 G 13 28 6. . A) using the tables below.28 0.0.10 .96 +0.13 .10 – 0.23 0. Advanced Products ER0498 C-31 . prior to plating (dimension A) to two decimal places (Example: A 70. PLATING THICKNESS THICKNESS CODE CROSS SECTION CODE WORKING PRESSURE RATING* (MPa) (+ 0.10) 2. D) derive the Rod/Shaft Diameter (dim.00 mm seal is specified as 007000) C A Pressure Rating Seal Dimensions C A SEAL FREE HEIGHT SEAL O.0.10 – 0.Seal and Cavity Sizing From Bore Diameter (dim.00 Dmin – 0.0.08 .0.13 M 11 28 4.13 – 0. The seal size is specified in the part number as follows: MSO - 000000 .28 0.D.03 Dmin – 0.D.35 +0.18 +0.08 . Part Numbering Refer to page A-2 for part numbering convention. E) and Seal O.33 0.0. (dim.00 .00 Dmin – 0.XXX Required plating thickness code for MSO seal is provided in the table below EnerRing Cross Section Code Seal O.38 0.18 K 15 28 All dimensions are in millimeters and prior to plating.0 .0.10 – 0. * If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.

• Internally pressure-energized to maintain sealing stress. • Washer engages with fitting threads for centering the seal in the boss. One seal type works for all fluids. • Designed for installation in either direction. • Cannot extrude or fail due to ageing.) Features: • No rework of boss or fitting is necessary. (Seal is capable of higher pressures. Consult your local representative for assistance if pressures exceed 35 MPa. proof testing or extreme temperatures. No need to retorque. Advanced Products C-32 ER0498 . • Fully compatible with all hydraulic fluids and fuels. • Temperatures to 650°C.MBI Boss Seal for MS-33649 Fluid Connection Boss and MS-33514/33656 Fitting Ends Applications: • Direct replacement/upgrade for elastomeric O-Rings on MS-33514 flared and MS-33656 flareless fitting ends. Boss or fitting may be limiting item. pressure impulses. installed into MS-33649 fluid bosses. • System pressures to 35 MPa and above. • Easy selection for all standard dash sizes. • Utilizes proven silver plated alloy X-750 C-Ring technology.

Other materials are available and you may contact your local representative for assistance.24 66690 .28 .D.28 9.1 .64 40.07 .D.1 .19 10.07 .1 .07 .68 7.90 .07 .57 23.07 .24 .45 .12 .80 1. B SEAL I.20 66690 .98 21.40 1.32 1.02 .19 7.07 .1 .SPA 49.1 .57 25.57 45.07 .16 66690 . -0.85 1.01 to 0.05 .1 .45 1.SPA 65. Advanced Products ER0498 C-33 .57 61.19 14.57 28.1 .02 1.27 1. C FREE HEIGHT D Washer I. A C D B SEAL DIMENSIONS MS DASH NUMBER BOSS SEAL PART NUMBER .00.05) 9.) (tol.SPA 23.22 1. ± 0.46 37.80 18.77 Ref.87 1.SPA 27.51 56.SPA .1 .70 1.20 .03 mm.66 .1 .66 .42 .14 66690 .08 .57 39.07 .13) (min.08 66690 .37 .06 .11 66690 .85 10.40 20.SPA 11.04 .80 1.18 .07 .55 .13 .09 66690 .07 .07 .19 13. All dimensions are in millimeters and are prior to plating.85 1. + 0.11 .08 .28 66690 . work hardened.89 63.1 .18 66690 .03 .54 29.SPA 16.67 1.19 8.07 .04 66690 .62 .02 66690 .16 .05 1.33 .10 66690 .97 1. (tol.62 1.SPA 20.71 .1 .SPA 22.36 26.Part Number/Ordering Simply refer to the table below to determine the appropriate boss seal part number for the specific MS Dash Number.94 25.D.75 .63 15.12 66690 .57 36.06 66690 .SPA 35.07 .19 20.05 66690 .SPA 32.10 .1 .32 .1 .07 .19 17.03 A O.SPA 17.14 .57 55.SPA 12.27 .45 12.75 .09 .32 66690 .07 .67 .93 1.19 19.1 .SPA 43. The standard boss seal is made from Alloy X-750.99 47.SPA 14.SPA 29.SPA 59.07 .71 33.07 .19 11.07 .1 .1 .07 .57 31.06 66690 . and silver plated to a thickness of 0.97 1.SPA 40.1 .07 66690 .03 14.1 .

(tol.XX 76.XX 82.74 –325 88.74 All dimensions are in millimeters converted from inches as specified in AS1895.75 MEI-69025 -100 .XX 107.74 –250 69.27 2.XX 50.42 2.50 MEI-69025 -225 .67 2.XX 133.17 2. solution annealed and age-hardened.74 –125 38.37 2. The Tolerance Reference table can be found on page E-22.XX 31.XX 145.85 MEI-69025 -750 .65 MEI-69025 -450 .74 –450 120.08.74 –400 107.77 2.74 –300 82.XX 95.85 MEI-69025 -250 .12 2. h11) C SEAL FREE HEIGHT ± 0.74 –550 146.74 –700 184.74 –225 63. Material Code Material Material Code Choice (XX): Alloy 718 14 Waspaloy 23 Rene 41 29 Advanced Products C-34 ER0498 .82 2.74 –150 44.10 MEI-69025 -125 .37 2. D A .74 –600 158.XX 171.75 MEI-69025 -600 .57 2.XX 88.XX 120.45 MEI-69025 -650 . Other high strength/higher temperature nickel alloys are available including Waspaloy and Rene 41.07 2.02 2. • E-Rings are manufactured from unplated Alloy 718.XX 184.07 2.77 2.74 –275 76.47 2.XX 38.35 MEI-69025 -500 .74 –650 171.95 MEI-69025 -400 .97 2.20 MEI-69025 -275 .13 –100 31.XX 57.00) E-RING PART NUMBER A SEAL O.XX 63.086 to . for AS1895 Flanges • Specially sized E-Rings are listed below to fit all AS1895 (dash number -100 to -750) flanges.67 2.72 2.XX 44.25 MEI-69025 -350 .15 MEI-69025 -200 .90 MEI-69025 -325 .74 –750 196. -0.74 –200 57.XX 158.D.74 –500 133.090 C AS1895 DASH NUMBER D CAVITY (+0.45 MEI-69025 -150 .74 –175 50.55 MEI-69025 -300 .XX 196.80 MEI-69025 -175 .Metal E-Ring.74 –350 95.05 MEI-69025 -550 .XX 69.87 2.15 MEI-69025 -700 .

045 .1 Seal Diameter Code 003000 003125 003250 003375 003500 003625 003750 003875 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code .085 .043 .013 .1 Seal Diameter Code 005250 005375 005500 005625 005750 005875 006000 006125 006250 006375 006500 006625 006750 006875 007000 007125 007250 007375 007500 007625 007750 007875 008000 Advanced Products ER0498 C-35 .075 . Military Standards MS9141 Advanced Products Part Number EON - MS Dash Number Seal Diameter Code -03 -04 -05 -06 -07 -08 -09 000250 000281 000312 000344 000375 000406 000438 MS9142 MS Dash Number .133 .064 .038 .111 .095 .091 .067 .035 .129 .097 .1 Seal Diameter Code 001625 001750 001875 002000 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code Seal diameter code from table below .095 .027 .042 .061 .S.115 .020 .101 MS Dash Number .087 .046 .077 .119 .034 .03 .139 .075 .062 .048 Seal Diameter Code 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 001188 001219 001250 001312 001375 001438 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 MS Dash Number -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 -061 -062 -063 -064 -065 -066 000438 000469 000500 000531 000562 000594 000625 000656 000688 000719 000750 000781 000812 000844 000875 000906 000938 000969 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 MS Dash Number Seal Diameter Code -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 001188 001219 001250 001312 001375 001438 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 001875 001938 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 MS Dash Number .019 .022 .097 .073 .103 .069 .113 .036 .087 .032 .015 .025 .089 .099 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003125 003250 003375 003500 003625 003750 003875 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 005125 MS Dash Number .014 .079 .028 .125 .066 .069 .131 .091 .093 .018 .109 .03 .031 .02 .037 .071 .017 .26 .121 .033 .079 .143 .067 .077 .030 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 -035 -036 Seal Diameter Code 000469 000500 000562 000625 000688 000750 000812 MS Dash Number -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 Seal Diameter Code 000875 000938 001000 001125 001250 001375 001500 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 000438 000469 000500 000531 000562 000594 000625 000656 000688 000719 000750 000781 000812 000844 000875 000906 000938 000969 MS9202 MS Dash Number MS Dash Number -10 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 MS Dash Number .089 .024 .026 .083 .03 .029 .141 .093 .085 .081 .081 .083 .117 .105 .24 .044 .099 .063 .073 .021 .065 .03 .023 .041 .016 .071 .107 .01 .135 .040 .145 .27 001875 001938 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 MS Dash Number .25 .127 .137 .147 .047 .Metal O-Rings for U.123 .039 .

077 .073 .163 .03 .079 .203 .123 .091 .069 .175 .087 .081 .183 .063 .119 .151 .065 .163 .195 .062 .211 .131 .187 .175 .066 .115 003625 003688 003750 003812 003875 003938 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 005125 005250 005375 005500 005750 006000 006250 006500 006750 007000 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 001188 001219 001250 001281 001312 001344 001375 001406 001438 001469 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 001875 001938 002000 MS Dash Number -036 -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 Seal Diameter Code 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003062 003125 003188 003250 003312 003375 003438 003500 003562 MS Dash Number .219 .1 Seal Diameter Code 007250 007500 007750 008000 008250 008500 008750 009000 009250 009500 009750 010000 010250 010500 010750 011000 011250 011500 011750 012000 012500 013000 013500 014000 .127 .095 .063 .064 .139 .119 .107 .083 .Metal O-Rings for U.123 .151 .071 .191 .083 .143 .081 .05 .135 .075 .1 Seal Diameter Code 007250 007500 007750 008000 008250 008500 008750 009000 009250 009500 009750 010000 010250 010500 010750 011000 011250 011500 011750 012000 012500 013000 013500 014000 Advanced Products C-36 ER0498 . Military Standards MS9203 MS Dash Number -010 -012 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 -035 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 001188 001219 001250 001281 001312 001344 001375 001406 001438 001469 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 001875 001938 002000 MS9204 MS Dash Number -010 -012 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 -035 MS Dash Number -036 -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 Seal Diameter Code 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003062 003125 003188 003250 003312 003375 003438 003500 003562 MS Dash Number Seal Diameter Code .061 .211 .04 .155 .147 .091 .066 .171 .135 .147 .087 .111 .115 Seal diameter code from table below MS Dash Number .179 .227 .073 .167 .089 .085 .159 .085 .065 .069 .187 .071 .03 .179 .111 .191 .095 .171 .064 .099 .183 .089 .103 .167 .139 .062 .143 .099 .219 .061 .159 .127 .103 .227 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code 003625 003688 003750 003812 003875 003938 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 005125 005250 005375 005500 005750 006000 006250 006500 006750 007000 MS Dash Number .107 .203 .067 .195 .131 .077 .075 .S.067 .079 .155 .

222 .434 .402 .190 .138 .610 .314 .370 .170 .294 .714 .450 .354 .218 .S.554 .258 .210 .538 .762 .602 .650 .522 .254 .206 .394 .162 .274 .186 .146 .262 .730 .362 .306 .578 .166 .290 .498 .1 Seal Diameter Code 023000 023500 024000 024500 025000 025500 026000 026500 027000 027500 028000 028500 029000 029500 030000 030500 031000 031500 032000 032500 033000 033500 034000 034500 035000 035500 036000 036500 037000 037500 038000 038500 039000 039500 040000 041000 042000 043000 044000 045000 046000 047000 048000 049000 050000 Advanced Products ER0498 C-37 .338 010000 010250 010500 010750 011000 011250 011500 011750 012000 012250 012500 012750 013000 013250 013500 013750 014000 014250 014500 014750 015000 015250 015500 015750 016000 016250 016500 016750 017000 017250 017500 017750 018000 018250 018500 018750 019000 019250 019500 019750 020000 020500 021000 021500 022000 022500 MS Dash Number .250 .562 .Metal O-Rings for U.410 .546 .506 .266 .698 .198 .682 .226 .482 .142 .458 . Military Standards MS9205 MS Dash Number -010 -011 -012 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 -035 -036 -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003062 003125 003188 003250 003312 003375 003438 003500 003562 003625 003688 003750 003812 003875 003938 004000 004062 004125 004188 004250 004312 004375 004438 004500 004562 004625 004688 004750 004812 MS Dash Number -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 -061 -062 -063 -064 -065 -066 -067 -068 -069 -070 -071 -072 -073 -074 -076 -078 -080 -082 -084 -086 -088 -090 -092 -094 -096 -098 -100 -102 -104 -106 -108 -110 -112 -114 -116 -118 -120 -122 -124 -130 -134 Seal Diameter Code 004875 004938 005000 005062 005125 005188 005250 005312 005375 005438 005500 005562 005625 005688 005750 005812 005875 005938 006000 006125 006250 006375 006500 006625 006750 006875 007000 007125 007250 007375 007500 007625 007750 007875 008000 008125 008250 008375 008500 008625 008750 008875 009000 009250 009500 009750 Seal diameter code from table below MS Dash Number Seal Diameter Code .282 .330 .466 .270 .07 .514 .530 .174 .178 .426 .586 .150 .378 .182 .03 .202 .158 .298 .346 .474 .234 .214 .618 .490 .778 .442 .386 .634 .238 .594 .286 .666 .322 .194 .154 .230 .746 .570 .418 .242 .278 .246 .

032 .133 .24 .062 .123 .093 .101 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003125 003250 003375 003500 003625 003750 003875 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 005125 Seal Diameter Code 001625 001750 001875 002000 .069 .141 .045 .119 .075 .067 .095 .131 .071 .107 .048 Seal Diameter Code 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 001188 001219 001250 001312 001375 001438 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 MS Dash Number -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 -061 -062 -063 -064 -065 -066 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 000438 000469 000500 000531 000562 000594 000625 000656 000688 000719 000750 000781 000812 000844 000875 000906 000938 000969 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 MS Dash Number -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 Seal Diameter Code 001188 001219 001250 001312 001375 001438 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 001875 001938 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code 000875 000938 001000 001125 001250 001375 001500 MS Dash Number .015 .097 .042 .061 .06 .083 .024 .121 .019 .139 .1 .071 .083 .065 .034 .079 .105 .S.143 .028 .081 .087 .039 .02 .026 .044 .043 .099 .018 .073 .SPB MS Dash Number .113 .075 .27 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code 001875 001938 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 Seal Diameter Code .089 . Military Standards MS9371 MS Dash Number .085 .Metal O-Rings for U.022 .046 .016 .127 .117 .020 .029 .129 .033 .017 .03 .137 .115 .081 .145 .26 .109 .066 .077 .05 .069 .040 .093 .079 .087 .014 .07 .03 .037 .047 .041 .063 .125 .09 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code MS Dash Number 000250 000281 000312 000344 000375 000406 000438 -10 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 MS9372 MS Dash Number .091 .1 .013 .03 .08 .SPB Seal Diameter Code 003000 003125 003250 003375 003500 003625 003750 003875 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 .03 .095 .111 .04 .147 Seal Diameter Code 005250 005375 005500 005625 005750 005875 006000 006125 006250 006375 006500 006625 006750 006875 007000 007125 007250 007375 007500 007625 007750 007875 008000 Advanced Products C-38 ER0498 .135 .089 .085 .023 .099 Seal diameter code from table below MS Dash Number .025 .030 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 -035 -036 000469 000500 000562 000625 000688 000750 000812 MS Dash Number -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 000438 000469 000500 000531 000562 000594 000625 000656 000688 000719 000750 000781 000812 000844 000875 000906 000938 000969 MS9373 MS Dash Number Seal Diameter Code MS Dash Number .097 .038 .036 .03 .SPB MS Dash Number .01 .1 .103 .027 .077 .021 .031 .073 .067 .091 .25 .064 .035 .

115 .1 .05 .061 .065 .059 .179 .119 .155 .179 .091 .167 .143 .187 .03 .135 .060 .163 .103 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code 003500 003562 003625 003688 003750 003812 003875 003938 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 005125 005250 005375 005500 005750 006000 006250 MS Dash Number .135 .147 .073 .111 .062 .167 .127 .063 .191 .03 .099 .147 .067 .115 .195 Seal diameter code from table below Seal Diameter Code 003500 003562 003625 003688 003750 003812 003875 003938 004000 004125 004250 004375 004500 004625 004750 004875 005000 005125 005250 005375 005500 005750 006000 006250 .066 .123 .131 .061 .089 .175 .183 .059 .163 .175 .089 .075 .171 .111 .107 .069 .066 .081 .SPB MS Dash Number .077 .073 .091 .Metal O-Rings for U.171 . Military Standards MS9374 MS Dash Number -010 -012 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 001188 001219 001250 001281 001312 001344 001375 001406 001438 001469 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 001875 001938 MS9375 MS Dash Number -010 -012 -013 -014 -015 -016 -017 -018 -019 -020 -021 -022 -023 -024 -025 -026 -027 -028 -029 -030 -031 -032 -033 -034 MS Dash Number -035 -036 -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 Seal Diameter Code 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003062 003125 003188 003250 003312 003375 003438 MS Dash Number .04 .187 .067 .151 .071 .069 .095 .083 .139 .087 .064 .075 .103 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 001000 001031 001062 001094 001125 001156 001188 001219 001250 001281 001312 001344 001375 001406 001438 001469 001500 001562 001625 001688 001750 001812 001875 001938 MS Dash Number -035 -036 -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 Seal Diameter Code 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003062 003125 003188 003250 003312 003375 003438 MS Dash Number .151 .064 .1 .085 .119 .183 .143 .065 .071 .079 .095 .077 .079 .060 .159 .087 .195 Seal Diameter Code 006500 006750 007000 007250 007500 007750 008000 008250 008500 008750 009000 009250 009500 009750 010000 010250 010500 010750 011000 011250 011500 011750 012000 Advanced Products ER0498 C-39 .081 .139 .SPB Seal Diameter Code 006500 006750 007000 007250 007500 007750 008000 008250 008500 008750 009000 009250 009500 009750 010000 010250 010500 010750 011000 011250 011500 011750 012000 .155 .131 .063 .159 .062 .S.127 .123 .083 .107 .099 .085 .191 .

Metal O-Rings for U.088 .07 .023 .024 .073 .011 .031 .086 .098 .015 .032 .034 .094 .SPB Seal Diameter Code MS Dash Number Seal Diameter Code 005250 005312 005375 005438 005500 005562 005625 005688 005750 005812 005875 005938 006000 006125 006250 006375 006500 006625 006750 006875 007000 007125 007250 007375 007500 007625 -102 -104 -106 -108 -110 -112 -114 -116 -118 -120 -122 -124 -130 -134 -138 -142 -146 -150 -154 -158 -162 -166 -170 007750 007875 008000 008125 008250 008375 008500 008625 008750 008875 009000 009250 009500 009750 010000 010250 010500 010750 011000 011250 011500 011750 012000 Advanced Products C-40 ER0498 .078 .100 Seal diameter code from table below .020 .084 .082 .070 .062 .072 .021 .066 .022 .028 .027 .014 .03 .033 .076 .019 .069 .016 .017 .065 .1 .063 .035 Advanced Products Part Number EON Seal Diameter Code 002000 002062 002125 002188 002250 002312 002375 002438 002500 002562 002625 002688 002750 002812 002875 002938 003000 003062 003125 003188 003250 003312 003375 003438 003500 003562 MS Dash Number -036 -037 -038 -039 -040 -041 -042 -043 -044 -045 -046 -047 -048 -049 -050 -051 -052 -053 -054 -055 -056 -057 -058 -059 -060 -061 Seal Diameter Code 003625 003688 003750 003812 003875 003938 004000 004062 004125 004188 004250 004312 004375 004438 004500 004562 004625 004688 004750 004812 004875 004938 005000 005062 005125 005188 MS Dash Number .090 .030 .012 .S. Military Standards MS9376 MS Dash Number .074 .026 .096 .013 .092 .064 .071 .018 .029 .067 .025 .010 .068 .080 .

EnerRing Material. and Finish are designated in the Part Number as shown below. and finish.Introduction to the Material Selection Process With the seal type. temper. Temper.0 . To obtain the fastest response please fax us your completed Application Data Sheet (E-24) for immediate review by our product specialists and Engineering staff.00 .00 . diameter and cross-section already determined. However. we are always pleased to offer additional technical consulting and advice if required. Comprehensive data is given to ensure an optimum match between the many material choices and the application. MXX .000000 .XXX Finish Code (material & thickness) Temper Code Material Code Advanced Products ER0498 D-1 . the following pages (D-2 to D-11) provide specific guidance in selecting the appropriate material(s).

Information on temperature resistance is given on the facing page. 3: Approved for use in corrosive seal service per NACE MR-01-075 Specification in certain heat treated conditions. or unique procurement specifications.0 . Advanced Products D-2 ER0498 . 304 Stainless Steel is standard for 3.00 - 00 . nickel. Additional guidance on the effects of material choices on seal performance (load.53 mm and larger free height Metal O-Rings.39 mm and above free height wire rings are only available in stainless steel. or possibly "optional" material compatible with the maximum working temperature in the application. A detailed listing of chemical compatibilities is given on pages D-8 to D-11. Special materials are also available to meet unusually severe operational requirements. springback.XXX Material Code Non-Spring Energized Seals Material Code Material (Common Designation) 01 02 03 04 15 16 06 25 14 07 20 23 29 05 30 09 31 08 12 10 13 11 304 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 321 Stainless Steel 347 Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Alloy 600 Alloy 625 Alloy 718 Alloy X-750 Hastelloy C-276 Waspaloy Rene 41 Monel 400 Haynes 188 Haynes 25 Titanium Aluminum Al 1100-0 Copper Gold Nickel Silver NACE approved C-Ring E-Ring O-Ring U-Ring (See note 3) Preferred1 Special Preferred1 Special Wire Ring Nuclear Pressure Vessel O-Ring Preferred Special Special Special Optional Special Special Special Yes Yes Special Preferred Optional Special Optional Special Preferred Optional Optional2 Optional2 Optional Special Preferred Optional Optional Special Special Special Special Special Preferred Special Special Special Special Preferred4 Preferred4 Preferred4 Preferred4 Preferred4 1: 321 Stainless Steel is standard for 3. 2.Selecting the EnerRing Material The tables below and opposite list all the available materials for non-spring energized seals and spring energized seals. MXX .18 mm and smaller free height Metal O-Rings.000000 . make the primary material selection by choosing a "preferred". Other factors that may also require consideration include 'NACE' approval (corrosion resistance) and chemical compatibility. and nickel alloys. Generally. 2: Alloy X-750 is optional for 6.35 mm and smaller free height Metal O-Rings. Alloy 718 is optional for 9. Starting in the column appropriate to the chosen EnerRing type. 4.96 mm and larger free height Metal O-Rings. and pressure rating) may be found on pages E-2 to E-9. these will not be stock item materials and may be subject to some additional lead time and material lot charges.

Please contact one of our Applications Engineers at any of our worldwide locations for assistance. Contact one of our Applications Engineers for assistance. stress relaxation. Material Nickel Haynes 188 Haynes 25 Copper (wire) Gold (wire) Rene 41 Waspaloy Hastelloy C-276 Alloy 600 Alloy 625 Alloy 718 Silver (wire) Alloy X-750 Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Monel 400 17-4PH Stainless Steel 304 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 321 Stainless Steel 347 Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 Titanium Aluminum Al 1100-0 Maximum Recommended Temperature Degrees C 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 650 1200 1100 1100 930 930 870 870 760 650 650 650 650 590 540 540 430 430 430 430 430 430 260 200 Spring Energized Seals Material Code Jacket/Spring Material Combination (Common Designation) NACE approved (See note 3 on previous page) Spring Energized Metal C-Ring Spring Energized Metal O-Ring Optional Special Special Special Special Preferred Optional Special Special Optional Optional Optional Special Special Special Special Special Preferred Jacket/Spring 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 304 Stainless Steel / 304 Stainless Steel 304 Stainless Steel / Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Alloy X-750 / Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Aluminum Al 1100-0 / 304 Stainless Steel Alloy X-750 / 304 Stainless Steel Alloy X-750 / Alloy X-750 304 Stainless Steel / Alloy X-750 304 Stainless Steel / Nimonic 90 Alloy X-750 / Nimonic 90 Alloy X-750 / Alloy 718 Alloy 718 / Alloy 718 Alloy 718 / Alloy X-750 Nickel / Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 / Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy / Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Hastelloy C-276 / Hastelloy C-276 Alloy 625 / Alloy 625 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Special Other materials are available upon special request. Advanced Products ER0498 D-3 . and flange separation.Temperature Capability Maximum Recommended Temperature Some materials are suitable for temperatures above the Maximum Recommended Temperature Limit depending upon other conditions such as pressure.

2.4066 2. TUBING O-Rings Wire Rings WIRE Springs German Material Number (Reference) AMS 5513 AMS 5560.4550 1. MPa Yield strength and stress relaxation are particularly important in the design and application of resilient metal seals for elevated temperatures.4548 2. Our specifications enhance the requirements of the following AMS specifications.4980.4542. 4901 AMS 4001 AMS 5563 AMS 5876 Yield Strength. For any given seal design. providing the special properties needed for high quality seal fabrication.4654 2. AMS 5833 1200 YIELD STRENGTH. 5565 AMS 5584 AMS 5570. 1.4711 750 304 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 321 Stainless Steel 347 Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4PH Stainless Steel Alloy 600 Alloy 625 Alloy 718 Alloy X-750 Hastelloy C-276 Waspaloy Rene 41 Haynes 188 Monel 400 Titanium Aluminum Al 1100-0 Nickel Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy STRIP & SHEET C-Rings.4541 1. 1.4973 AMS 5525 AMS 5580 AMS 5599 AMS 5596 AMS 5598 AMS 5530 AMS 5544 AMS 5545 AMS 5608 AMS 5590 AMS 5582 AMS 5699 AMS 4574 AMS 4730 AMS 4900.Aerospace Material Specification (AMS) Reference Our material procurement specifications ensure that we receive only the highest quality materials in a condition best suited for seal manufacture.4816 2. 5576 AMS 5575 AMS 5697 AMS 5690 AMS 5689 AMS 5674 AMS 5857 1.4301 1.4401.4944 1.4856 2. E-Rings. 800 A useful estimation of springback for short term exposure to elevated temperatures may be obtained by derating the published springback by the ratio of the yield strength at the elevated temperature to the yield strength at ambient temperature.4436 1. 2. This ensures that you receive the highest quality seals with consistent performance. springback is a function of yield strength and stress relaxation (as well as modulus of elasticity). U-Rings 700 MATERIAL (Common Designation) TEMPERATURE °C Advanced Products D-4 ER0498 . This results in reduced load and springback.4669 2. 1.4668 2.4060. Relaxation & Springback 1100 1000 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 900 800 Alloy X-750 700 600 500 Nickel Wire 400 300 200 304 SS 100 321 SS 850 650 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 Aluminum AL 1100-0 Wire Ambient Stress relaxation occurs when material is exposed to long term elevated temperatures.4360 99% pure 99% pure 2.4819 2.

00 . TEMPER CODE 1 2 4 6 TEMPER DESCRIPTION MXX . (Stabilization Heat Treat if applicable).XXX Temper Code Temper Codes for Non-Spring Energized Seals Material Code Material (Common Designation) 01 02 03 04 15 16 06 25 14 07 20 23 29 05 30 09 31 08 12 10 13 11 304 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 321 Stainless Steel 347 Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Alloy 600 Alloy 625 Alloy 718 Alloy X-750 Hastelloy C-276 Waspaloy Rene 41 Monel 400 Haynes 188 Haynes 25 Titanium Aluminum Al 1100-0 Copper Gold Nickel Silver C-Ring (face seal) Axial C-Ring E-Ring O-Ring U-Ring 1 1 1 1 6 6 Wire Ring Nuclear Pressure Vessel O-Ring 4 4 1 4 4 1 1 1 6 6* 6 1 6 6 1 1 or 6* 1 1 6 6 6* 1† 1† 6 6 6* 6 6 6 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 * NACE APPROVAL – For approval in corrosive service per NACE MR-01-075 Specification. Material Code Jacket/Spring Materials 06 11 Alloy X-750/Alloy X-750 Alloy 718/Alloy 718 Advanced Products ER0498 D-5 . specify temper code 8. we recommend a solution annealed and age hardened heat treatment to our standard (-6) condition after forming. Temper Codes for Spring Energized Seals The -1 Work Hardened temper code is standard for all Spring Energized Seals. Metal O-Rings and Spring Energized C-Rings are frequently manufactured from austenitic stainless steels which are not precipitation hardenable. All springs are supplied in an appropriate spring temper prior to installation in the seal jacket. For high performance resilient metal seals manufactured from nickel alloys such as X-750. These seals are supplied in the work hardened condition.EnerRing Material Temper We provide clear recommendations on the best choice of material condition for the type of seal selected and material type. as well as improving fatigue resistance and creep resistance. † Alloy X-750 and 718 O-Rings are available in -6 and -2 tempers for increased fatigue and stress relaxation resistance and seating load. and Precipitation Heat Treat 0 . 718 and Waspaloy. The -6 Solution Annealed and Age Hardened temper code is available for increased fatigue resistance of the jacket/spring combinations (at right) in cyclic operating conditions such as piston engines.000000 . This increases springback and load by increasing yield strength. Contact one of our Application Engineers for assistance.00 Work Hardened Age Hardened Annealed Solution Heat Treat.

for example. Not for use with high load seals or at high pressures. Used in nuclear seals/borated water.00 . Coatings and Finishes MXX . Eliminate all coatings chemically incompatible with the fluid medium (see pages D-8 to D-11).00 . Not for use with high load seals. Good high temperature resistance. limited dynamic use as a valve stem seal. 200 70 GP Gold (Au) Soft metal with excellent chemical and oxidation resistance and very high temperature capability. Used instead of silver in hot. Soft in its pure and annealed form. Excellent anti-galling properties. 650 not limited TC Teflon (PTFE) Chemically inert soft polymer. This acts as an integral "gasket" and ensures optimum sealing despite mating surface imperfections. As high temperature oxygen permeates the outer silver layer. the preferred choice. They should only be selected for specially critical applications with well controlled handling and installation instructions. traditional. (Ultra soft materials such as Indium and Lead are very easily damaged and subject to creep if overstressed. the narrow footprint of an EnerRing produces a high localized contact stress without excessive bolt-up loads. although slightly harder and higher temperature capability. but harder than either Silver or Copper even when annealed. 65 60 LP Lead (Pb) Similar properties to Indium. low hardness outer surface layer. With a wide choice of surface coatings available. 2. oxidizing environments. unlike a large surface area. Not for use with Waspaloy. 3. Good corrosion and temperature resistance. However. we recommend the selection be made by the following process of elimination. Expensive for larger sizes. In addition to the primary physical properties of ductility and softness. This assists the seal to slide and "bed down" properly during initial compression or permit.) 4. Finish Thickness Finish Material SEAL BASE MATERIAL 1. for many applications. depends on base & plating depends on plating IP Indium (In) Extremely soft metal. Contact your local representative for anti-gall coating options. Improves leakage control on unplated or low load seals. seal coatings are also chosen to withstand high temperatures and often corrosive or oxidizing environments. depends on base not limited SFX (unplated) SSX (Silver) SGX (Gold) etc. Permits some permeation of gases. 230 80 Shaded Boxes represent the most common finishes.000000 . 650 (non-oxidizing) not limited CP Copper (Cu) Relatively soft and inexpensive plating. Advanced Products D-6 ER0498 . low strength flanges. 930 not limited not limited Silver (Ag) 430 (oxidizing) SP Closest to an ideal plating material and therefore most frequently selected for a wide variety of applications. or for high vacuum. Finish Code Finish Material Properties. NOTE: Silver remains. Inexpensive.0 - XXX Specialized platings and coatings allow us to modify the surface properties of an EnerRing to create a ductile. optical components and vacuum. excellent for cryogenics. Uses and Limitations Maximum Temp °C Maximum Seal Load (N/mm) Unplated Typically air applications where total leaktightness is not required. Choose the softest remaining coating able to withstand the seating stresses. Eliminate all platings and coatings with inadequate high SURFACE FINISH PLATING OR COATING temperature capability (see table below).EnerRing Platings. the thin gold layer ensures proper adhesion of the silver. 930 not limited NP Nickel (Ni) Very high temperature capability. 1200 not limited AP Gold under Silver Oxidizing environments above 430°C. Lowest cost. Super– Finishing Spin-polished substrate sealing surfaces with a circular lay. Platings and coatings can also improve seal performance by reducing the coefficient of friction of the seal and preventing galling. due to creep and extrusion. flat gasket. Not for use with high load seals.

4 6.13 – 0.6 0.19 1.8 0.4 6.8 0.04 C 0.8 0.2 3.08 – 0.8 0.79/ 0.6 1.05 – 0.4 3.23 H 0.04 B The numbers in the bars reflect surface finish in µm Ra 6.70 15.78 Available Finish Thicknesses 6.10 F 0.18 K 0.03 – 0.06 – 0.6 1.04 – 0.10 – 0.2 3.08 – 0.8 0.01 – 0.4 0.10 G 0.15 H 0.6 3.06 D 0.18 M 0.4 0.8 1.Finish Thickness Selection Guidelines Finish of the mating surfaces is an important factor in selecting the most appropriate plating or coating thickness.4 0.6 1.88 0.35 9.4 0.4 0.08 D 0.13 N 0.13 K 0.4 0.4 0.06 C 0.8 0.03 – 0.4 6.10 – 0.4 SEAL FREE HEIGHT (mm) P Finish Thickness Code Finish Thickness (mm) A 0.10 – 0.2 1.6 1. Refer to the appropriate seal cross section in the bar chart below. rougher surfaces require thicker finishes to ensure proper sealing.05 – 0.53 12.4 3.03 B 0. Generally.39 3.13 – 0.15 – 0.4 0.2 1.2 3.2 3.2 6.18 3.08 E 0.09 F 0.4 6.4 0.23 J 0.57 2.8 0.05 Advanced Products ER0498 D-7 .09 – 0.8 0.8 0.96 4.15 – 0.15 G 0.6 1.8 0. Locate the flange surface finish in the bar above the seal free height to determine the appropriate finish thickness on the left.6 0.2 3.6 1.03 – 0.4 0.04 – 0.89 1. Finish Thickness (mm) Finish Thickness Code 0.4 6.

All recommendations assume ambient temperature unless otherwise noted. this information should only be used as a general guide. Haynes 188 Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4 PH Stainless Steel GOOD FAIR NOT RECOMMENDED blank NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE Barium Sulphate Boric Acid Butanol Calcium Chlorate ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩✩ ✩✩ ★★ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ Titanium ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ Silver ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ★✩ ✩★ Nickel Aniline Asphalt Barium Hydroxide ★ Gold ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ Copper ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ Monel 400 Ammonium Persulphate Ammonium Sulphate Amyl Alcohol Rene 41 ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ Waspaloy ✩ ✩✩ ✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★★ ★★ Hastelloy C-276 Ammonium Chloride Ammonium Hydroxide Ammonium Nitrate Alloy X-750 ★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩ Alloy 718 ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ Alloy 625 Aluminum Sulphate Alum Ammonia Alloy 600 ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ★✩ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★✩ ★✩ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★✩ ★✩ ✩ ★ 347 Stainless Steel ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ★✩ ✩ 321 Stainless Steel Acetic Acid Acetone Alcohol 316 Stainless Steel Medium to be sealed 304 Stainless Steel RATINGS ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ★★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ★✩ ★✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★✩ ★✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ This chart is to be modified in accordance with the American Design Manual Revisions. Advanced Products cannot accept responsibility for problems arising from the use of this information. Advanced Products D-8 ER0498 . Since the resistance of the material to the chemical can be affected by concentration. temperature. ★ ✩ Aluminum Al 1100-0 Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Haynes 25.Chemical Compatibility Guidelines NOTE The following table is intended as a guide to the engineer in the selection of EnerRing materials. the presence of impurities. and other factors.

Acid Gasoline . Haynes 188 Monel 400 Rene 41 Waspaloy Hastelloy C-276 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Alloy 625 Alloy 600 Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4 PH Stainless Steel 347 Stainless Steel 321 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 304 Stainless Steel Medium to be sealed Calcium Chloride Carbon Dioxide .Wet Chromic Acid ✩ ✩✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ★ ✩ Citric Acid Copper Chloride Copper Nitrate ✩ ✩✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★ ✩ ★ Copper Sulphate Creosote Diethylene Glycol ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ★ Ether Ethyl Chloride Ethylene Glycol ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ★✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ★★ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ Fatty Acids Ferric Chloride Ferric Nitrate ✩ ★✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ★ Ferric Sulphate Fluorine Gas .Dry ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ Formaldehyde Formic Acid Freon ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ✩ ★★ ★ ✩ ★★ ✩ ★✩ Fuel Oil .Sour Glycerin.Titanium Silver Nickel Gold Copper Aluminum Al 1100-0 Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Haynes 25. Glycerol Hydrochloric Acid Hydrocyanic Acid ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★★ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ This chart is to be modified in accordance with the American Design Manual Revisions.Dry Chlorine Gas .Wet Gas ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★★★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★★ ✩ ★★ ★ ★★ Carbon Tetrachloride Castor Oil Caustic Soda ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩✩ ✩✩✩ ★ ★ ★ Chlorine Gas .Dry Gas Carbon Dioxide .Normal Fuel Oil .Wet Fluorine Gas .Refined ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ Gasoline . Advanced Products ER0498 D-9 .

★ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ Titanium ★ ★★ ★ Silver Mineral Oil Muriatic Acid Naphtha ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ Nickel ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ Copper Mercury Methyl Chloride Methylene Chloride Monel 400 ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ Rene 41 ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★✩ Waspaloy Linseed Oil Magnesium Chloride Magnesium Hydroxide Hastelloy C-276 ★ ★ Alloy X-750 ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ Alloy 718 ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Alloy 625 Lacquer Solvent Lead Acetate Lead Acid Salts Alloy 600 ★ ★★ ★ Gold Aluminum Al 1100-0 Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Haynes 25.Crude ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ✩ ★ Phenol Phosphate Phosphoric Acid ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ★ ✩ ★ ★✩ ★✩ ✩ ★✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ★ Potassium Acid Sulphate Potassium Chloride Potassium Cyanide ✩ ★✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ Potassium Hydroxide Potassium Nitrate Potassium Sulphate ✩ ✩✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩★ ✩ ✩ ★✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ✩✩ ✩ ★★ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ This chart is to be modified in accordance with the American Design Manual Revisions. Haynes 188 Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4 PH Stainless Steel ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ 347 Stainless Steel ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★ 321 Stainless Steel 304 Stainless Steel Hydrofluoric Acid Hydrogen Peroxide Kerosene 316 Stainless Steel Medium to be sealed ✩ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★ Nickel Chloride Nickel Sulphate Nitric Acid ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ✩ ✩ Nitrobenzene Oil Oleic Acid ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★✩ Oxalic Acid Paraffin Petroleum . Advanced Products D-10 ER0498 .

Sea Whiskey Zinc Chloride ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★ ★✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ★ ★★ ★★✩ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ✩ This chart is to be modified in accordance with the American Design Manual Revisions. Haynes 188 Monel 400 Rene 41 Waspaloy Hastelloy C-276 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Alloy 625 Alloy 600 ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩ ★ ★ ✩ Stainless Steel Alloy A-286 17-4 PH Stainless Steel 347 Stainless Steel ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ 321 Stainless Steel 304 Stainless Steel Silver Bromide Silver Cyanide Silver Nitrate 316 Stainless Steel Medium to be sealed ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Sulfamic Acid Sulfur Sulfur Chloride ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ Sulfur Dioxide Tannic Acid Trichloroethane ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★ ★★★ ✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ Trichlorethylane Trisodium Phosphate Vinegar ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★✩ ★ ✩ ★ ★ ★★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ★★ Water .Potable Water .Soap Solutions Sodium Chloride Sodium Cyanide ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ ✩ ✩ Titanium ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ Sodium Hydroxide Sodium Hypochlorite Sodium Nitrate ★ ★★ ★★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★✩ Sodium Peroxide Sodium Phosphate Sodium Silicate ✩ ★✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩★ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ Sodium Sulphate Sodium Sulphide Stearic Acid ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★✩ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ✩✩✩ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★ Sugar Solution Sulfuric Acid Sulfurous Acid ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩✩ ✩ ★★ ✩ ✩ ★ ★★ ✩✩ ✩ ★ ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ★★ ★ Silver Nickel Gold Copper Aluminum Al 1100-0 Cobalt Chromium-Nickel Alloy Haynes 25.Pure ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★ ★ ★ ✩ ✩ ★ ★ ★ Water . Advanced Products ER0498 D-11 .Deionized Water .Demineralized Water .

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................................................... E-10 Fatigue and Creep ............................................................................ E-11 Installation Guidelines Surface Roughness .. E-12 Surface Hardness .. E-14 Seal Shaping Requirements for Non-Circular Seals ........................ Deflection and Springback ........ surface finish and weld reduction ..................................................... Page: E-2 Leak Rate Information.................................................... E-13 Compression Limiters .................... This section includes: Performance Data – Load.................. E-13 Bolt Load and Tightening Torque ........ E-18 Tolerance Reference Table ............................. E-22 Conversion Tables ......... E-24 Advanced Products ER0498 E-1 ....................... E-17 Preferred C-Ring and Spring Energized C-Ring Sizes ........... It allows the design engineer to fine tune the cavity requirements to ensure optimum seal performance.. E-16 Seal Fabrication Specifications Seal flatness...................................................................................Technical Information This section provides additional information about EnerRing design............. use and performance.......................................................................................................................................... E-23 Application Data Sheet ................................................................................. E-12 Surface Flatness .............. roundness....

Advanced Products E-2 ER0498 . ESSI ON M PR The working pressures given in this Design Manual are the maximum for both steady-state and cyclical pressures (subject to fatigue considerations) with the groove to seal diametrical clearances recommended in Section C. enlarges the contact area. Deflection and Springback All EnerRing seals. and Burst Pressures: Load DE That portion of the springback curve where the load exceeds 20-25% of the load at working height. The difference between the working height and the (reduced) free height after all applied loads have been released: this represents the total elastic recovery of the seal. or installed seals are subject to a proof test (as part of a 100% acceptance test. designers should select a metal seal with a working pressure sufficient to accommodate such high pressure exposures. being inelastic and of low compressive yield strength. Seating Load: The load required to compress a seal to the working height: for convenience. Seating Where high pressure transients are expected. flange rotation. applied mechanical or hydrostatic loads or creep. the load may be insufficient to maintain good seal performance. or "footprint". CO Useful Springback: Metal C-Ring Performance LOAD Springback: Useful Springback Springback Plastic Deformation DEFLECTION Burst testing may be performed at pressures higher than the rated working pressure. not a type test). resulting in a robust sealing process.Performance Data: Load. This is conventionally stated before platings or coatings.) Plastic deformation of the jacket. Generally. The onset of leakage will be detected when such flange separation exceeds the useful springback of the seal. to bridge across surface imperfections or tool marks in the mating surfaces. due to the high hydrostatic loads under such conditions. despite separation of the mating surfaces due to the effects of thermal cycling. which is equivalent to the groove depth. are designed to undergo both plastic and elastic deformation when installed. Many EnerRings allow wide tolerance in the permissible working height. flows into and fills the mating surface asperities. It also creates a reduced gradient in the load/deflection curve to permit a wide tolerance in the working height. Elastic deformation provides elastic recovery or "springback" to maintain good sealing. TERMINOLOGY The cross-sectional height of an uncompressed seal. Leakage failure may occur at extremely high pressures. this is typically the result of flange or joint separation or distortion. N SIO S E PR M CO Working. except for metal wire rings. or O-Ring tubing. Experience has shown that pressure energized metal seals will seal effectively at pressures significantly beyond their working pressure. Free Height: Working Height: The cross-sectional height of an installed seal. (Wire rings are essentially limited to plastic deformation only. all loads are conventionally stated per unit circumferential length. Below this. a higher seating load will ensure greater leak tightness. however. Proof. although some permissible permanent deformation of the seal may occur. High integrity sealing is ensured by the ductile outer layer or coating which. to accommodate tolerance stack ups.

20 0.18 3.28 360 390 360 190 210 190 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 150 180 150 90 110 90 230 260 230 0.23 0.38 0.05 0.43 0.38 09 -6 0.20 0.15 0.18 0.05 0.13 620 690 620 260 290 260 390 430 390 180 200 180 360 400 360 200 230 200 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 60 70 60 0. SEATING LOAD (N/mm circum) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING (MPa) Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 25 30 25 0.25 06 -6 0.15 0.03 0.64 15 -6 0.56 0.05 0.28 0.64 0.91 20 -6 0.57 2.51 10 -6 0.15 0.38 08 -6 0.13 0.43 0.33 0. consult us for recommendations.08 0.15 03 -6 0.76 14 -6 0.04 480 530 480 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 35 40 35 15 20 15 35 40 35 12 15 12 45 50 45 25 30 25 0. recommended cavity dimensions.27 19 -6 1.23 0.19 1.20 0.13 0.25 0.56 0.78 6.35 9.05 0.79 1.Metal C-Ring Performance FREE HEIGHT MATERIAL THICKNESS CROSS SECTION CODE TEMPER CODE 0.53 12.05 0.51 0.70 Based on nominal seal dimensions.03 0.18 0.18 02 -6 0.04 0.15 01 -6 0.05 0.43 190 210 190 270 290 270 MATERIAL Advanced Products ER0498 E-3 .23 240 260 240 360 390 360 200 220 200 340 370 340 200 220 200 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 115 130 115 60 70 60 0.18 0.51 0.20 0.23 0.05 0.15 0.20 0.13 0.51 13 -6 0.05 0.33 0.03 0. and ambient temperature.05 0.45 18 -6 1.15 05 -6 0.13 0.33 330 360 330 190 210 190 280 300 280 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 120 140 120 260 300 260 0.10 0.08 0.08 0.10 360 390 360 Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 45 55 45 95 100 95 40 45 40 95 100 95 55 60 55 0.39 3.96 4.97 17 -6 1.43 0.20 04 -6 0.41 11 -6 0.15 0.04 0.25 07 -6 0.18 0.97 16 -6 0.15 0.61 12 -6 0. If working pressures exceed the ratings below.

54 0.28 35 35 0.02 15 15 FREE HEIGHT 1. and ambient temperature.20 10 10 0. recommended cavity dimensions.17 1.25 07 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 7 6 0. Refer to page E-2 for a definition of the above performance terminology.38 10 10 0.Metal E-Ring Performance MATERIAL THICKNESS CROSS SECTION CODE TEMPER CODE MATERIAL SEATING LOAD (N/mm circum) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING (MPa) 0.49 0.33 0.53 Based on nominal seal dimensions.88 2.25 08 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 16 13 0.38 13 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 9 8 0.76 15 15 7. Seating Load LOAD N IO SS N E PR SIO S M E R CO MP O C DE Useful Springback Plastic Deformation Springback DEFLECTION Advanced Products E-4 ER0498 . If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.30 09 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 8 7 0.23 0.30 10 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 11 9 0.53 0.51 0.46 0.89 0.46 10 10 0.74 3.51 15 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 14 12 1.13 05 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 5 4 0.43 25 25 5.

13 26 26 2.23 28 28 3. If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.36 0.51 0.25 0.43 24 24 6.58 24 24 FREE HEIGHT Based on nominal seal dimensions.60 0.Metal U-Ring Performance MATERIAL THICKNESS CROSS SECTION CODE TEMPER CODE MATERIAL SEATING LOAD (N/mm circum) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING (MPa) 1.30 28 28 4.36 0.27 0.18 0.38 13 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 9 8 0. and ambient temperature.51 15 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 12 11 0. Seating Load LOAD N IO ESS R MP CO CO DE O SI S E PR M N Useful Springback Plastic Deformation Springback DEFLECTION Advanced Products ER0498 E-5 . recommended cavity dimensions.70 0.30 09 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 9 8 0.15 05 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 5 4 0.15 0.25 07 -6 Alloy 718 Waspaloy 8 7 0.66 0. Refer to page E-2 for a definition of the above performance terminology.

Metal O-Ring Performance ESSION N IO S ES D E COM P R LOAD CO M PR Seating Load Useful Springback Springback Plastic Deformation DEFLECTION Advanced Products E-6 ER0498 .

96 4.05 0.10 0.13 0.15 02 -1 0.51 12 -1 0.81 16 -1 0.13 0.18 0. Advanced Products ER0498 E-7 .03 0. and ambient temperature.78 6.03 70 100 50 70 5 7 5 7 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy X-750 304 SS Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy 718 50 60 100 130 140 190 190 260 30 40 50 70 70 100 210 280 20 20 30 40 50 70 160 210 70 100 130 180 80 110 120 170 80 110 170 230 110 180 190 300 180 420 300 670 250 580 0.08 0.10 0.04 0.10 0.19 0.03 0.89 0.36 08 -1 0.08 0.08 0.01 0.04 0.51 13 -1 0.30 31 -1 0.10 0.20 06 -1 0.64 15 -1 0.24 18 1.51 10 -1 0.15 04 -1 0.Metal O-Ring Performance MATERIAL THICKNESS CROSS SECTION CODE TEMPER CODE 0.15 0.05 0.05 0.70 15.05 0.39 3.10 0.25 07 -1 0.18 0.15 0.03 0.28 0.13 0.57 2.01 0.30 0.97 17 1.03 0.43 0.03 0. If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations.05 0.30 32 -1 0.13 0.10 0.08 0.13 0.60 21 -1 -6 -1 -6 -1 -6 -1 -6 -1 -6 FREE HEIGHT 1.35 9.05 0.53 12.23 0.41 11 -1 0.18 3. Refer to page E-2 for a definition of the above performance terminology.18 29 -1 0.27 19 1.04 0.23 0.03 0.03 0. recommended cavity dimensions.03 0.05 0.13 0.88 MATERIAL SEATING SPRINGBACK LOAD (mm) (N/mm circum) WORKING PRESSURE RATING (MPa) VENTED NON-VENTED 321 SS Alloy X-750 321 SS Alloy X-750 70 100 70 100 0.25 03 -1 0.46 09 -1 0.25 05 -1 0.04 0.51 30 45 80 110 100 140 120 170 10 15 30 40 40 70 110 170 15 30 30 40 40 70 110 170 30 40 90 140 30 40 100 150 30 40 90 140 30 60 50 100 30 60 50 100 30 60 4 6 5 7 5 8 6 8 5 7 6 8 6 8 6 9 3 5 3 6 4 6 5 7 5 7 5 8 5 7 5 8 5 7 5 8 8 11 9 14 8 11 9 14 8 11 Based on nominal seal dimensions.10 0.65 20 1.64 14 -1 0.05 0.30 25 -1 0.15 01 -1 1.

23 0.20 0. If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations. Plastic Deformation DECOMP RESSIO N LOAD COM P RE SS IO N Seating Load Useful Springback Springback DEFLECTION Advanced Products E-8 ER0498 .13 0.20 0.18 400 650 650 3.15 0.57 05 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 2.35 15 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 330 350 370 0.28 0.10 0.13 0.08 0.39 07 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 140 150 160 0.15 300 450 450 3.46 300 400 400 12.Spring Energized Metal C-Ring Performance FREE HEIGHT CROSS SECTION CODE TEMPER CODE MATERIAL SEATING LOAD (N/mm circum) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING (MPa) JACKET SPRING 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 80 90 100 0.56 0. and ambient temperature.18 09 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 160 170 180 0.43 0.08 0.96 11 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 210 230 250 0.38 0.53 17 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 420 440 460 0.51 0.23 300 450 450 4.25 300 500 500 6.25 0.18 0.61 300 400 400 Based on nominal seal dimensions.30 300 400 400 9.08 300 450 450 1.70 19 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 490 510 540 0.78 13 -1 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 304 SS Alloy X-750 Alloy 718 250 260 280 0. recommended cavity dimensions. Refer to page E-2 for a definition of the above performance terminology.

05 50 50 100 140 140 50 50 100 140 140 140 140 140 140 Silver/Gold Aluminum Copper Nickel 304 Stainless Steel Silver/Gold Aluminum Copper Nickel 304 Stainless Steel Nickel 304 Stainless Steel Nickel 304 Stainless Steel Based on nominal seal dimensions. and ambient temperature.89 03 -4 1. recommended cavity dimensions.03 0.01 0. Plastic Deformation DECOMPRESSION CO MP RE SS IO LOAD N Seating Load Springback DEFLECTION Advanced Products ER0498 E-9 .03 0. If working pressures exceed the above ratings consult us for recommendations. Refer to page E-2 for a definition of the above performance terminology.57 05 -4 2.01 0 0 0 0.01 0.Metal Wire Ring Performance FREE HEIGHT CROSS SECTION CODE TEMPER CODE 0.18 07 -4 MATERIAL SEATING LOAD (N/mm circum) SPRINGBACK (mm) WORKING PRESSURE RATING (MPa) 160 180 420 530 740 210 250 600 740 1050 740 1050 740 1050 0 0 0 0 0 0.39 06 -4 3.

42.01x10 1x10-10 1.8 µm Ra.6x10 -10 1.m3/sec 1 1. please contact your local Advanced Products' representative to review both the seal selection and mating hardware configuration.01x10 -7 1 cc every 2 weeks 3 per hour 1.01x10 -2 1. Test procedures and installation parameters were in accordance with the recommendations given in this Design Manual.6x10 -9 1x10 -1 1x10 -2 1x10 -3 1x10 -4 1x10 -5 1x10 -6 1x10 -7 1x10 -8 1x10 -9 1.l/sec Pa . A standardized condition of 1 atmosphere differential pressure at 21°C was used in all cases.01x10 -9 1 cc every 3 years -10 1 cc every 30 years cc/sec mbar . Air: 0.01x10 -2 1 cc every 10 seconds Steady Stream 1.6x10-1 1.mm circumference) Equivalent leak rates for other gases: Multiply the helium leakage rate by the following factors to obtain the leakage rate of the following gases: Oxygen: 0. To insure gastight seal performance.01x10 -3 1.4 .01x10 -3 1 cc every 100 seconds 10 per second 1.37.01x10 -4 3 cc per hour 1 per second 1. including a surface roughness of 0.01 7. Testing was performed in our laboratories in Connecticut.01x10-10 7.6x10 -4 7.35.6x10 -7 7.6x10 1.0. (It should be noted that these results are not directly applicable to liquids.6x10 -6 7. The widths of the horizontal bars indicate the spread of leakage values that may be expected depending on the specific plating selection and surface condition. U-RING UNPLATED PLATED UNPLATED E-RING 10-2 10-3 10-4 10-5 10-6 10-7 10-8 10-9 10-10 10-11 10-12 TYPICAL HELIUM LEAK RATE (mbar .01x10 -8 1.l/sec .6x10-11 1. SEAL TYPE SPRING ENERGIZED C-RING PLATED C-RING PLATED O-RING PLATED ALUMINUM/SILVER/GOLD WIRE WIRE RING As a service to our customers.01x10 -6 1.01x10 -5 1 cc every 3 hours 1 every 10 seconds 1.6x10 -8 7.01x10 -7 1.l/sec Torr .01x10 7.6x10 -5 7.01x10 -1 1.01x10-1 7.01x10 -6 1 cc every 24 hours 1 every 100 seconds 1.01x10 -8 3 cc per year 1.01x10-11 -11 -11 -12 -12 1x10 1. Hydrogen: 1.01x10 -5 1. Testing can be set up to reproduce the actual conditions expected in service. USA and Belgium.37 Leak Rate Equivalents Approximate Equivalent Approximate 1mm3 Bubble Equivalent 2x10-3 SCFM Steady Stream 1. since the much higher viscosities and surface tension will generally prevent leakage entirely). we are pleased to offer specific seal performance testing and analysis for unusually challenging and "mission critical" applications.01x10 -9 7.6x10 -3 7.01x10 Bubbles too infrequent to observe 1 cc every 300 years 1 cc every 3000 years Advanced Products E-10 ER0498 . Nitrogen: 0.Leak Rate Information The graph below shows typical ranges of leakage rates that may be expected with various types of seals. using helium mass-spectroscopy leakage detection.01x10 -4 1.6x10 -2 7.

Loading of this type is illustrated in line (a) in the figure above. Referring to the figure. Another type of loading results in stresses modulating from one magnitude to another. stress relaxation resistant. with as little reduction as possible over extended time. the most common type being alternating tension and compression or reversed loading. To maintain these essential properties of springback and load. This is an important consideration in any critical sealing application requiring extended service life at high temperatures. As fluctuating loading continues. for example of a bolted joint. then increase as illustrated in line (c). the stresses in the seal decrease. If the seal is then exposed to fluctuating flange separation or cavity growth. Stress Relaxation FAIR C-RING U-RING FATIGUE RESISTANCE E-RING EXCELLENT Any highly stressed component. regardless of the number of applied cycles (generally considered 107 cycles). Given enough time and stress amplitude. held at elevated temperatures. and is the type used in fatigue testing to develop the endurance or fatigue limits (Se) of materials. The springback and load retention properties of metallic seals are very important to maintain sealing integrity despite creep in the bolts. The endurance limit is the stress below which fatigue failure will not occur. these bands increase in number and small microscopic cracks form. Advanced Products ER0498 E-11 . the cracks will grow and propagate through the wall of the seal resulting in a fatigue failure and leakage. localized slip bands can form in regions of high localized stresses.Fatigue Fatigue is the main failure mechanism in a material that is subjected to fluctuating loads. SPRING ENERGIZED O-RING C-RING Seals designed for greater springback are more resistant to fatigue due to a combination of cross sectional geometry and material properties including temper. high temperature alloys. If the seal is subjected to pressure cycling. – 0 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLES TIME There are several types of loading that can result in fatigue failure. This is the type of loading most commonly seen in resilient metal seals. 0 (a) Completely reversed alternating stress used for classical S/N fatigue testing. the seal is deflected or compressed at installation to a stress level corresponding to line (b). Under cyclic loading. (d) Cyclic stress due to pressure fluctuation STRESS (b) Stress in compressed state + Se (c) Cyclic stress due to increase in cavity depth (resulting in decreased seal load). the stresses in the seal can increase beyond the assembly stresses as illustrated in line (d). is subject to stress relaxation and creep. in the same direction (low to high tensile stress). Advanced Products' EnerRings are available in appropriately heat treated.

8 Water Hydraulic Oil Crude Oil Sealants 16 – 63 0.74 mm 0.004 0. Surface Roughness. Ra µ inch µm Dynamic Axial Seal 4–8 0. Application/Medium Being Sealed Surfaces with a smoother finish than recommended may actually impair sealing.4 – 0.003 Greater than or equal to 2. the finish embeds within the seal surface.002 0.6 Specific surface flatness recommendations: • Maximum waviness of the cavity mating surfaces must be with in the limits given in the table below.002 0.4 Helium Gas Hydrogen Gas Freon 8 – 16 0. the guidelines in the adjacent table should be followed whenever possible.005 Advanced Products E-12 ER0498 . Each ridge of the surface roughness acts as a stress riser and as an independent. radial scratches or pits may be blended. This is always preferable to a random or radial lay. subject to the flatness recommendations given below. Discontinuities.2 – 0. Spring energized seals offer the greatest amount of compliance since each coil of the spring acts as an independent force to assist the jacket in conforming to the mating surface.4 Air Nitrogen Gas Argon Natural Gas Fuel (Aircraft and Automotive) 16 – 32 0. With the optimum surface roughness and circular lay.004 0.74 mm 0. To select the appropriate plating or coating material and thickness refer to Page D-6 in the EnerRing Material Selection Section.001 0. Surface Roughness Recommendations The roughness of the mating surfaces directly affects the leak rate when using unplated seals.007 0. • The cavity depth limits provided in Section C shall not be exceeded.002 0. redundant sealing line.004 0. Maximum Waviness of Cavity Mating Surfaces C-Ring E-Ring SEAL FREE HEIGHT O-Ring U-Ring Wire Ring Spring Energized C-Ring MAXIMUM GRADIENT Less than 2.Installation Guidelines In addition to the required cavity dimensions provided in Section C.2 Vacuum Applications 8 – 16 0.1 – 0. or lack of flatness of the mating surfaces. there are other important cavity design issues which affect seal performance. Selecting high load seals with appropriate plating can substantially offset the affects of rough finishes. however.4 – 1. Surface Flatness Recommendations EnerRings can accommodate some degree of waviness. • The sum of the flatness tolerances of the opposing mating surfaces shall not exceed 4% of the seal free height.2 – 0.001 0.002 0. We also recommend a turned finish with a circular lay.

under-compression must also be avoided. seal compression with this method may not be as consistent as with the external limiter. Dynamic axial seals require a hardness of at least 60 Rc. This is the preferred type of compression limiter. Because the wire will also compress under high loads. Additionally. Using the specified groove depths results in optimal seal compression with the proper seating load and excellent resiliency. It is designed with a large surface area which does not compress even under the highest of compressive loads thus always ensuring proper seal compression. Two types of limiters are available: External Limiter: The external limiter is a metal plate manufactured to a thickness corresponding to the required working height of the seal. requires these surfaces to have a hardness of at least 35 Rc. since it results in low sealing stresses and potential leakage. Internal Limiter: A solid wire installed within the seal serves as an internal limiter and prevents over-compression of the seal. Compression Limiters Section C provides the required cavity depths for each type of EnerRing. This method is available with all C-Rings. without damage to the sealing surfaces. When it is not possible or practical to machine the required hardware cavity or cavity depth. This is particularly important when the seal seating load exceeds 200 lb/inch (35 N/mm) of circumference. External limiters are available with a relieved inside diameter which allows the seal to snap into the limiter resulting in a convenient one piece assembly. The internal limiter also offers no support to the seal against pressure induced hoop stresses and will require a groove for high pressure applications. Availability of Limiters External and Internal limiters can be custom designed for all applications. the seal may be crushed so that normal springback cannot occur.Surface Hardness Recommendations Many EnerRings are designed to produce high seating loads against the mating surfaces to meet ultra low leakage requirements. To withstand these high compressive stresses. Contact your nearest Advanced Products office for more information. Excessive compression can actually reduce sealing stress by creating an excessively broad. O-Rings. Seating loads over 1000 lb/inch (175 N/mm) of circumference may result in excessive compression of the seal and reduced seal performance. a compression limiter may be used. or even double footprint. Equally. This type of limiter also supports the seal against hoop stresses from internal pressures as well as providing convenient centering within a bolt circle. Advanced Products ER0498 E-13 . and Spring Energized C-Rings.

16p + µ (0.58d + 1000 T = torque applied to the bolt. mm D ) ) 2 µ = coefficient of friction (assumes thread coefficient = bearing circle coefficient) d = bolt pitch diameter. Bolt Load Pressure (hydrostatic load) Seal Seating Load Bolt Load Required ≥ Hydrostatic Load + Seal Seating Load + Safety Margin The equation below provides the tightening torque required to produce a bolt load for various bolt geometries. is typically achieved by tightening a number of bolts spaced around the flange. temperature derating. N p = bolt thread pitch. mm D = mean bearing circle diameter. size.Bolt Load & Tightening Torque Guidelines The EnerRing seating load.. impulse and fatigue. T= Where: L (0. The number. N •m L = bolt load. bolt stress relaxation. Many other factors such as flange thickness. etc. or load required to compress the seal. Note: These Bolt Load and Tightening Torque Guidelines are not intended to be used as design criteria and are only offered as a general guide. and grade of these bolts must be sufficient to compress the seal during installation and withstand the system operating pressure which acts upon the surface of the flange. mm Advanced Products E-14 ER0498 . flange rotation. externally applied loads. thermal cycling. must be considered by the design engineer to ensure proper bolt and torque selection.

3 115 157 192 245 303 353 459 561 Maximum Bolt Clamping Load (N) Torque Torque Dry Lubricated (N•m) (N•m) 3400 2.9 2.D.0 M27 X 3.4 2.0 M16 X 2.7 7800 8.0 14300 21 19 22800 41 39 33400 72 67 45600 115 105 63000 180 165 76500 245 225 98500 345 325 123000 465 435 142000 600 560 187000 890 830 227000 1200 1100 DIN 13 Grade 8.5 M20 X 2. Step 6: Divide total clamping load by the maximum clamping load for the chosen bolt size from the table to obtain the number of bolts required.9 Bolts Maximum Bolt Clamping Load (N) Torque Torque Dry Lubricated (N•m) (N•m) 5650 4.125 Advanced Products ER0498 E-15 .5 17000 25 23 27100 49 46 39500 86 80 54000 135 125 75000 210 195 90500 290 270 117000 410 385 145000 550 510 169000 710 660 221000 1050 980 269000 1450 1350 DIN 13 Grade 10. Step 2: Multiply the seating load by the seal circumference (mm) to obtain the total seal seating load (N). Number of Bolts required: Step 5: Total clamping load = seal seating load + hydrostatic load.7 M5 X 0.0 M30 X 3.5 8. A sufficient safety margin should be applied when determining the required number of bolts in order to meet Code or other design requirements.0 M18 X 2.5 M22 X 2.8 9200 8.5 M24 X 3.14 Lubricated torque assumes µ = 0. 0 84 .9 Bolts Maximum Bolt Clamping Load (N) Torque Torque Dry Lubricated (N•m) (N•m) 6750 4.5 9250 10 9.6 11100 10 9. DIN 13 Grade 6.7 6550 6.25 M10 X 1.0 M8 X 1.)2 Step 4: Multiply the pressure (MPa) by the differential area to obtain the hydrostatic load (N).5 8.1 3. Seal Seating Load: Step 1: Obtain the seal seating load (N/mm circumference) from the tables on pages E-2 through E-9. Hydrostatic Load: Step 3: Calculate the differential area (in mm2) : ( π/4) • (Seal O. Apply suitable safety and design margin: Step 7: The design engineer must consider other influences such as elevated temperatures and pressure impulses. 2 20 .5 15600 17 16 28700 41 39 45700 83 77 66700 145 135 91300 230 215 126000 355 330 153000 485 455 197000 690 650 245000 930 870 284000 1200 1100 374000 1800 1650 454000 2400 2250 Dry torque assumes µ = 0.8 M6 X 1. 6 58 .9 4.9 Bolts Size M4 X 0.8 Bolts Maximum Bolt Clamping Load (N) Torque Torque Dry Lubricated (N•m) (N•m) 4000 2.75 M14 X 2.3 5550 5.0 13000 14 13 23900 35 32 38000 69 64 55500 120 110 76000 190 180 105000 295 275 127000 405 390 164000 580 540 205000 780 720 237000 1000 930 311000 1500 1400 379000 2000 1850 DIN 13 Grade 12. mm) 8 .The table can be used as a guideline for estimating the bolt load and tightening torque requirements.0 4.0 5.5 M12 X 1. 78 14 .5 Bolt Stress Area (sq. 1 36 .

O-Rings. The table. All shaped seals are custom designed by our engineers. Wire Rings. The illustration below shows some of the many shapes in which EnerRings can be made. Spring Energized C-Rings. Minimum Corner Radii for Shaped Seals Minimum Inside Bend Radius of Seal (mm) Cross Section Code 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 25 29 31 32 C-Ring 5 5 5 5 10 10 15 15 15 15 20 20 25 25 30 30 45 45 60 60 E-Ring 20 25 40 25 50 30 30 50 70 O-Ring 10 15 15 25 25 35 35 10 15 20 40 25 50 30 65 40 95 60 125 75 160 35 15 15 25 U-Ring Spring Energized C-Ring Wire Ring 10 20 10 15 25 15 25 35 20 35 25 50 30 65 40 60 75 Advanced Products E-16 ER0498 . Please fax us your completed "Application Data Sheet" provided as page E-24 of this design manual including a sketch of the noncircular cavity and we will assist you in determining the best seal type and shape for your application. E-Rings and U-Rings. the availability of specially shaped EnerRings offers the greatest design flexibility. or dies for extrusion of plastic film.Shaped Seals All standard EnerRings can be formed into various shapes. For applications as varied as fuel nozzle mounting flanges on aircraft gas turbine engines. right. provides the minimum inner corner radius for the various cross sections of Metal C-Rings.

the surface at the blend area shall not be more than 0.45 406.00 1.S. When restrained. Military Standards for Metal O-Rings.4 µm Ra surface finish.18 304.254. and Spring Energized O-Rings in an unrestrained state.40 12.21 .60 3. U-Rings.41 - 63.558.40 4.35 558. The blend area has no significance on seal performance and is eliminated when the seal is compressed to the proper working height as specified in Section C.08 457.29 254.05 mm below the adjacent surfaces.EnerRing Manufacturing Specifications EnerRing Roundness & Flatness Specifications The table below provides the allowable roundness and flatness for the standard EnerRings: C-Rings.914.00 2.51 25.457.20 5.61 .81 . Metal O-Ring Weld Finishing The Metal O-Ring weld process results in a weld fillet which is finished and smoothed to the adjacent surfaces.01 .76 63. Advanced Products ER0498 E-17 . Wire Rings. Spring Energized C-Rings. O-Rings.304.80 6.50 0.41 .40 0. Seal Diameter Range (millimeters) Roundness & Flatness (millimeters) 4. E-Rings.355.80 3.406.81 .81 355.57 - 25.127.52 127.70 EnerRing Surface Finish All unplated and plated EnerRings are produced with a 0. In accordance with U. the seal diameter shall be within the limits specified in Section C.51 .01 .

34 37.30 28.13 21.79 20.45 45.97 27.00 18.35 14.79 01 & 02 6.35 6.27 14.55 50.23 49.25 68.98 27.53 17.20 13.85 38.62 20.14 42.76 44.72 15.64 71.53 9.67 28.00 69.10 15.33 120.05 60.02 25.85 14.53 17.33 68.35 20.38 88.56 49.00 25.45 25.72 53.99 28.16 10.80 35.04 152.49 21.39 7.41 MCI 1.73 115.31 18.10 107.63 39.70 152.39 69.80 21.32 20.17 17.59 13.10 19.01 26.80 56.93 16.65 72.21 143.60 42.58 69.28 12.04 28.05 12. as there will be no tooling charges.65 31.38 11.38 79.60 15.72 15.77 29.75 15.40 153.12 152.85 180.31 20.30 130.22 41.01 26.56 17.16 31. MSE).43 49.00 108.55 82.93 35.61 70.42 36.99 20.18 11.16 23.50 31.19 58.44 81.00 58.11 42.24 139.67 34.53 75.65 42.90 28.50 12.00 79.10 38.37 44.00 120.13 40.65 12.92 51.97 27.80 53.83 12.40 152.83 68.65 41.70 47.58 55.95 117.35 152.65 121.16 16.00 27.91 34.64 43.37 20.44 146. and reduced delivery times since it will not be necessary to manufacture the tooling.74 57.20 44.47 229.15 57.89 19.00 13.70 140.14 58.35 41.75 158.20 41.90 113.65 17.25 30.03 16.86 27.08 114.00 10.22 25.70 12.35 139.30 57.16 55. SEAL TYPE CROSS FREE SECTION HEIGHT CODE METAL C-RING FOR INTERNAL PRESSURES PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS All dimensions are in millimeters MCI 0.97 101.10 49.44 117.63 38.90 91.70 123.19 42.88 23.73 23.28 49.23 70.51 16.28 143.32 33.20 17.90 15.55 23.10 10.59 53.25 98.05 19.31 32.55 55.68 11.32 31.53 9.19 12. Choosing one of the diameters listed below will result in a cost saving.94 21.93 43.31 10.36 32.05 19.23 59.40 44.33 60.20 25.09 27.12 60.36 47.98 130.48 62.07 30.31 21.34 13.15 59.35 134.08 10.50 26.19 74.27 152.00 76.83 101.83 32.00 19.93 184.27 18.75 12.19 37. MCA) and Spring Energized C-Ring sizes (MSI.44 7.73 74.11 34.38 16.63 47.70 20.67 82.28 76.65 47.20 19.10 11.81 11.89 74.77 34.30 54.17 132.08 46.96 12.45 8.71 42.86 18.99 28.10 14.08 62.20 76.55 158.28 41.52 57.50 63.96 11.41 13.50 45.48 25.12 53.57 50.92 19.40 23.12 10.75 32.25 49.65 60.11 23.31 40.35 25.35 101.65 88.57 11.06 56.40 26.75 50.72 29.58 11.39 15.68 47.56 35.01 15.44 80.12 41.41 145.69 25.40 9.95 108.55 69.59 63.09 71.01 42.30 28.43 33.07 33.18 30.56 130.95 21.14 7.02 38.00 30.60 6.54 13.32 28.43 69.70 12.90 13.73 49.15 93.Preferred C-Ring and Spring Energized C-Ring Sizes Advanced Products C-Rings and Spring Energized C-Rings are available in a virtually unlimited number of sizes.48 17.23 23.00 60.43 19.31 8.74 17.51 21.25 36.03 20.88 16.21 14.00 11.00 44.98 21.95 79.71 36.35 101.32 42.88 17.34 190.70 40.66 29.83 24.34 16.00 14.02 33.85 87.56 22.58 63.85 203.63 19.40 25.86 203.61 9.72 26.87 24.29 45.05 9.01 92.59 33.20 14.55 14.58 10.77 45.07 60.73 15.56 22.57 05 & 06 7.40 109.88 12.07 36.64 53.90 59.65 63.12 20.01 18.62 30.07 44.00 55.22 12.47 MCI 2.51 21.45 44.73 31.90 30.89 14.19 10.08 108.44 69.33 25.38 35.70 161.00 109.70 31.18 8.71 MCI 1.83 12.92 49.37 23.25 22.50 35.15 22.60 36.49 13.67 154.71 17.11 59.97 22.12 22.43 99.02 41.14 45.85 70.46 48.35 11.20 14.70 85.88 196.99 12.74 Advanced Products E-18 ER0498 .09 20.99 15.32 58.36 59.40 58.32 28.53 80.48 119.35 34.50 23.15 41.82 21.20 212.71 228.39 07 & 08 13.60 73.29 7.10 38.37 47.78 75.63 11.77 127.51 31.30 22.80 136.95 49.85 9.98 8.38 24.82 7.00 128.65 44.07 33.50 61.50 22.63 18.18 38.79 14.90 53.61 55.63 44. Each uniquely sized seal is produced with tooling specifically made for that size.86 18.20 88.38 80.13 47.70 10.92 106.35 47.96 15.50 13.63 47.45 122.53 9.25 66.35 14.44 13.60 107.62 20.19 47.50 28.00 70.85 64.74 68.99 22.77 18.93 13.75 26.33 60.30 11.10 24.53 71.89 67.09 23.30 82.17 14.40 6.11 75.56 123.45 14.74 8.65 31.30 19. Following is a list of the preferred C-Ring (MCI.60 105.58 28.71 36.54 33.51 60.86 11.89 9.84 133.99 158.75 31.70 12.55 12.55 50.66 14.55 14.00 14.00 41.45 29.11 29.47 88.35 19.63 37.99 50.01 24.58 31.78 29.98 54.28 41.92 122.93 35.02 20.39 65.81 79.50 9.55 34. MCE.92 46.40 25.53 6.70 21.39 19.80 54.05 19.50 40.45 60.05 147.47 50.00 35.81 131.42 23.35 14.36 10.00 123.00 12.92 7.83 7.47 40.56 20.78 15.50 36.73 56.97 73.50 158.29 48.15 25.71 27.90 95.29 31.87 46.42 64.60 123.85 48.01 15.56 19.83 48.74 65.78 39.88 50.51 30.36 29.42 39.94 23.99 63.77 26.30 187.11 10.00 80.80 50.97 21.72 50.19 03 & 04 8.85 12.52 12.90 52.

88 48.47 91.85 69.61 65.70 82.72 175.35 15.13 10.45 45.24 128.07 122.82 229.38 33.10 38.89 74.90 219.85 25.66 12.08 6.00 68.55 212.27 14.25 97.00 133.30 114.18 58.88 52.22 62.00 158.45 117.00 56.40 26.00 95.00 18.82 69.40 7.68 197.09 81.76 27.25 37.30 123.15 25.90 123.84 75.39 07 & 08 11.32 30.65 59.30 123.20 114.02 38.51 85.26 44.68 29.62 50.81 115.96 42.61 234.55 190.25 95.25 11.79 151.29 92.00 14.35 38.54 30.22 190.11 50.85 30.90 28.56 39.05 19.41 13.63 34.00 95.00 113.32 68.40 161.52 105.05 55.35 15.82 7.28 50.90 56.20 209.89 120.41 95.89 95.38 96.05 147.57 86.50 63.86 126.39 46.15 38.99 90.33 173.01 18.80 29.89 20.95 204.41 75.01 SEAL TYPE CROSS FREE SECTION HEIGHT CODE METAL C-RING FOR EXTERNAL PRESSURES PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS All dimensions are in millimeters MCE 0.98 235.49 184.33 69.78 106.42 67.25 99.00 61.60 136.18 29.02 180.43 146.96 12.82 27.02 120.65 22.67 107.70 147.37 25.82 92.15 95.65 127.51 10.66 25.25 63.68 62.96 11 & 12 31.13 197.78 108.29 66.35 117.93 37.20 77.75 33.09 196.10 40.27 123.17 89.48 62.90 91.72 27.45 148.30 114.00 128.01 31.60 197.40 181.88 16.28 41.34 151.11 79.67 161.82 158.58 28.00 75.82 41.35 15 & 16 101.95 108.59 108.52 66.12 79.00 111.38 117.16 152.88 40.19 129.85 203.37 82.68 13.06 101.99 66.87 315.01 26.75 15.64 49.65 122.75 13.48 120.00 44.52 78.30 82.10 76.17 68.86 MCI 3.74 Advanced Products ER0498 E-19 .34 61.93 212.68 69.93 35.84 36.10 63.50 64.54 101.77 109.39 72.28 80.51 MCE 1.24 129.59 75.46 133.10 137.06 32.33 135.56 MCI 4.70 12.82 162.14 158.32 127.15 167.93 101.12 95.70 121.22 53.91 28.90 71.65 88.19 43.35 74.86 112.75 210.03 50.38 117.77 46.80 59.23 150.24 91.79 01 & 02 5.57 05 & 06 9.24 240.87 199.51 38.39 50.50 45.66 32.81 117.82 34.20 179.83 MCE 1.77 156.48 135.00 8.01 234.40 53.77 75.93 160.68 29.70 142.00 77.61 101.96 111.36 11.53 9.98 81.45 45.40 87.93 38.76 47.78 13 & 14 82.10 19.63 34.85 69.85 30.40 161.08 92.46 174.53 85.35 110.56 131.87 116.13 237.04 58.33 61.21 342.24 34.55 83.71 31.86 31.42 102.33 41.74 63.11 139.90 MCE 2.74 120.51 11.19 03 & 04 8.45 173.78 119.91 167.22 77.72 62.41 38.98 27.00 66.33 108.80 146.80 50.28 41.49 171.57 123.17 72.41 20.71 108.77 104.63 28.99 14.75 143.00 149.85 156.17 50.43 15.50 196.87 241.83 252.70 59.90 89.00 139.15 187.01 180.84 93.26 16.07 60.07 190.37 56.60 69.45 49.55 187.01 43.83 146.23 169.22 117.47 215.00 29.69 48.27 19.10 109.57 98.62 154.60 125.82 196.15 59.90 57.83 101.80 52.24 31.89 104.32 55.07 30.41 88.35 135.80 50.75 99.19 166.93 35.36 183.96 147.62 82.80 34.67 31.10 104.92 103.85 149.72 34.80 110.13 125.21 137.15 92.90 75.08 81.00 95.98 63.70 39.93 61.63 65.24 99.89 55.05 29.50 63.SEAL TYPE CROSS FREE SECTION HEIGHT CODE METAL C-RING FOR INTERNAL PRESSURES PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS All dimensions are in millimeters MCI 3.55 180.49 161.80 60.23 11.99 92.82 100.60 28.91 109.60 114.70 14.13 35.06 23.40 54.31 27.93 38.45 26.32 46.55 209.52 104.60 12.56 136.75 128.82 84.00 190.45 103.55 164.15 31.25 96.65 128.82 65.88 194.96 23.52 234.94 60.37 177.10 107.70 139.48 118.22 101.13 184.56 149.20 231.60 55.87 8.75 39.84 94.58 63.58 55.58 10.41 240.05 44.71 139.50 47.75 31.91 42.17 58.08 114.99 52.77 64.68 47.31 163.35 16.71 41.23 58.46 84.31 138.67 173.68 47.68 40.52 80.98 130.18 44.15 58.01 16.85 231.65 41.40 94.77 202.75 72.58 64.17 98.99 150.98 129.10 167.14 64.20 44.59 41.18 09 & 10 25.30 23.45 19.37 26.30 82.89 109.77 82.73 117.77 196.10 95.30 19.50 147.10 39.70 22.60 114.39 168.90 40.82 56.28 169.08 146.61 179.14 36.53 MCI 6.10 11.82 119.35 190.93 73.85 73.05 146.05 147.55 82.73 88.90 171.61 209.40 63.00 120.75 162.99 33.98 54.00 137.94 47.80 32.60 114.10 138.13 44.43 99.09 17.77 73.40 153.88 51.89 28.33 61.11 44.97 57.65 68.70 31.62 89.45 24.21 29.95 76.50 92.87 18.01 178.20 77.72 182.81 36.73 232.00 14.11 131.82 157.34 130.00 27.49 46.87 112.00 125.78 60.76 44.62 137.30 263.45 152.03 73.62 85.21 19.77 14.97 98.60 102.32 59.57 69.24 53.38 80.07 187.95 76.11 94.17 135.11 86.41 75.85 38.51 113.41 146.65 138.28 22.28 23.71 22.45 165.

10 38.04 24.37 25.01 98.88 152.18 41.00 82.18 Preferred Axial C-Ring Sizes SEAL TYPE CROSS FREE SECTION HEIGHT CODE METAL C-RING FOR AXIAL PRESSURES PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS All dimensions are in millimeters MCA 1.90 225.30 200.07 142.45 121.80 54.72 79.75 59.62 143.35 41.73 135.40 100.18 09 50.00 179.97 141.23 77.30 74.18 63.58 156.85 256.45 181.97 95.63 28.47 184.98 35.15 MCA 4.26 257.50 49.29 166.03 160.35 47.78 32.49 100.40 62.57 131.60 42.55 MCE 4.00 70.60 139.54 197.70 104.28 41.20 111.00 77.27 116.76 104.67 50.41 126.22 133.75 82.90 180.31 155.50 100.09 115.55 85.00 156.01 167.98 71.23 34.94 27.85 105.50 24.08 82.44 63.38 117.31 69.38 82.63 183.60 85.22 22.23 134.40 98.96 11 & 12 47.63 74.10 94.93 33.67 92.33 22.18 130.00 136.95 149.95 114.80 309.07 101.41 92.77 42.45 44.12 188.28 161.70 85.38 186.55 39.83 31.01 27.00 53.51 157.05 92.18 30.23 174.55 120.00 190.00 191.05 54.80 88.10 168.88 215.60 317.94 50.05 150.32 161.23 97.98 92.03 140.93 206.84 136.20 101.75 200.38 31.00 203.13 201.45 34.21 70.51 33.75 190.00 209.19 143.00 133.53 Advanced Products E-20 ER0498 .73 88.23 54.20 241.55 123.76 88.60 58.93 165.30 155.05 231.67 170.28 168.12 184.35 15 & 16 132.25 176.58 55.51 48.00 28.75 236.01 292.73 85.90 100.63 49.25 182.00 36.60 87.67 31.61 140.65 76.25 156.87 91.05 92.78 13 174.13 304.47 127.98 169.50 63.81 26.52 49.85 106.50 42.60 177.24 114.91 23.16 145.91 MCA 2.23 22.70 30.35 15 228.25 76.28 55.27 71.23 117.46 160.26 116.93 89.50 44.14 104.98 222.91 192.85 48.80 60.80 52.50 32.33 107.04 104.13 185.22 123.33 87.95 96.48 235.94 140.53 211.04 178.85 159.00 200.86 22.58 66.10 57.45 209.58 190.53 34.25 97.53 173.08 92.50 MCA 6.01 158.00 53.00 38.87 117.20 MCE 3.06 142.60 203.42 146.49 171.28 30.18 31.97 209.01 156.00 181.22 21.57 05 19.92 66.83 125.07 123.90 130.95 151.44 51.53 65.08 180.00 76.28 79.26 MCA 3.24 215.84 200.98 75.11 102.25 22.94 25.20 115.45 25.33 117.44 186.70 41.96 11 122.10 25.53 26.45 67.02 250.18 09 & 10 22.40 25.50 126.55 121.70 87.93 35.48 154.82 123.40 117.20 147.79 41.87 142.39 07 30.62 156.Preferred C-Ring Sizes SEAL TYPE CROSS FREE SECTION HEIGHT CODE METAL C-RING FOR EXTERNAL PRESSURES PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS All dimensions are in millimeters MCE 3.48 307.38 44.77 193.92 73.61 144.00 279.18 129.66 165.00 104.93 324.92 206.72 181.30 85.15 73.37 186.45 193.27 50.35 60.33 44.28 103.00 108.90 124.13 145.65 122.50 82.10 78.79 182.75 199.33 233.33 50.11 135.50 171.78 180.40 65.95 38.17 257.00 388.92 138.38 142.85 74.52 102.00 65.08 280.40 25.68 137.19 133.47 187.00 55.00 79.15 95.25 132.34 123.32 139.68 66.78 13 & 14 80.00 59.85 190.49 MCA 3.14 MCE 6.12 95.99 57.45 81.85 91.01 292.70 69.15 215.88 44.15 94.71 242.53 47.30 193.91 219.03 255.74 73.87 88.50 191.29 150.13 62.80 142.14 105.00 125.77 209.10 208.28 49.18 187.50 23.00 200.85 45.47 50.10 125.45 22.

Preferred Spring Energized C-Ring Sizes
SEAL
TYPE

CROSS
FREE SECTION
HEIGHT CODE

SPRING ENERGIZED C-RING FOR INTERNAL PRESSURES
PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS

All dimensions are in millimeters

MSI

1,57

05

22,29

28,65

29,80

30,18

35,00

45,39

73,53

MSI

2,39

07

17,86
25,65
26,16
26,72
26,97
27,82

28,58
28,60
29,11
29,72
29,77
29,80

30,51
31,75
33,20
37,82
38,10
39,42

39,67
40,47
40,65
41,25
41,32
42,32

42,60
44,45
47,37
47,82
49,32

51,82
52,12
52,42
52,57
55,00

55,73
59,65
62,08
64,39
66,82

66,85
68,43
68,55
68,70
68,85

75,05
82,55
84,82
99,84
101,35

MSI

3,18

09

27,62
28,60
34,87
39,62
41,70
43,82
46,35

47,50
47,80
48,00
50,00
50,80
53,24
54,89

56,82
57,15
59,72
60,00
60.07
60,33
60,70

61,12
63,25
65,00
65,82
66,42
66,48
68,82

69,00
69,24
70,00
72,77
73,35
75,00
75,95

79,40
79,90
80,00
82,62
85,53
88,65
90,47

90,65
93,40
99,24
101,22
104,52
107,95
114,20

121,13
121,80
127,00
131,17
138,84
143,41
147,45

150,00
152,40
152,42
153,60
157,93
184,00
203,20

MSI

3,96

11

44,45
47,59
47,70

54,75
56,75
66,68

75,75
75,95
77,00

82,55
94,41
95,25

100,00
101,35
101,65

117,95
109,60
123,24

124,00
130,00
136,00

138,00
138,70
142,92

145,21
146,05
150,00

152,40
159,75
165,16

MSI

4,78

13

63,45
69,75

72,85
74,47

75,07
85,65

104,78
106,87

120,00 120,27

133,60

150,14

174,37

187,07

MSI

6,35

15

126,50

129,70

132,21

137,21

139,30

144,70

196,85

SEAL
TYPE

CROSS
FREE SECTION
HEIGHT CODE

139,70

116,80
116,90
117,48
130,33
136,65

SPRING ENERGIZED C-RING FOR EXTERNAL PRESSURES
PREFERRED SEAL DIAMETERS

All dimensions are in millimeters

MSE

1,57

05

26,86

34,18

50,18

58,80

66,75

MSE

2,39

07

24,20
24,90

25,42
27,55

27,90
30,32

30,90
34,19

37,85
41,33

42,18
43,73

52,40
54,05

72,20
76,28

MSE

3,18

09

33,50
33,59
34,22
36,00

41,20
44,50
44,70
45,22

50,20
50,80
54,05
57,10

58,20
66,70
68,10
78,00

80,00
81,08
83,28
97,70

103,76
104,14
107,95
130,22

131,00
134,70
150,16
162,00

162,10
167,00
180,00
181,79

MSE

3,96

11

36,64
58,43

60,40
73,10

83,00

90,00

99,90

104,15

104,85

115,23

MSE

4,78

13

94,90

94,95

98,44

190,50

197,13

206,45

MSE

6,35

15

125,00

132,92

138,61

153,32

161,00

188,26

105,20
117,35

124,80

120,65

135,00

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Tolerance Reference Tables

The tolerance tables below are consistent with the American National Standard Tolerances (ANSI B4.1) and the British
Standard for Metric ISO Limits and Fits (BS 4500).

ANSI B4.1

Nominal
Diameter (inches)
Over
To
0
0.12
0.24
0.40
0.71
1.19
1.97
3.15
4.73
7.09
9.85
12.41
15.75
19.69
30.09
41.49
56.19

















0.12
0.24
0.40
0.71
1.19
1.97
3.15
4.73
7.09
9.85
12.41
15.75
19.69
30.09
41.49
56.19
76.39

TOLERANCE GRADE
H10
h11
(Dimensions are in 0.001 inches)

h10
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /

















1.6
1.8
2.2
2.8
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
12.0
16.0
20.0
25.0

– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

1.6
1.8
2.2
2.8
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
12.0
16.0
20.0
25.0

+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /
+ 0.0 /

















H11
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
10.0
12.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
40.0

– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /
– 0.0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
10.0
12.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
40.0

BS 4500

Nominal
Diameter (mm)
Over
To
0
3
6
10
18
30
50
80
120
180
250
315
400
500
760
1050
1425


3

6
– 10
– 18
– 30
– 50
– 80
– 120
– 180
– 250
– 315
– 400
– 500
– 760
– 1050
– 1425
– 1940

TOLERANCE GRADE
H10
h11
(Dimensions are in 0,001 millimeters)

h10
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /

















40
48
58
70
84
100
120
140
160
185
210
230
250
300
400
500
630

– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

40
48
58
70
84
100
120
140
160
185
210
230
250
300
400
500
630

+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /
+ 0,0 /

















H11
60
75
90
110
130
160
190
220
250
290
320
360
400
500
630
760
1000

– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /
– 0,0 /

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

60
75
90
110
130
160
190
220
250
290
320
360
400
500
630
760
1000

All tolerances above heavy line are in accordance with American-British-Canadian (ABC) Agreements.
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ER0498

Conversion Tables

Pressure
TO OBTAIN

millimeters of millimeters
mercury (Torr) of water

kg/cm 2

4.0678x10 2

7.6000x10 2

1.0332x10 4

1.0333

2

2

4

1.0197

1.0000x10

25.4000

3.4532x10 2

0.0345

3.3864x10 -3 3.3864x10 3 4.9116x10 -1

1

1.8685

25.4000

2.5399x10 -3

2.4910x10 -4 2.4910x10 2 3.6128x10 -2

millimeters of
mercury (Torr) by 1.3158x10-3 1.3332x10-3 3.9370x10-2

5.3520x10 -1

1

13.5950

1.3594x10-3

1.3332x10 -4 1.3332x10 2 1.9337x10 -2

millimeters of
water
by 9.6787x10-5 9.8068x10-5 2.8959x10-3

3.9370x10 -2 7.3556x10-2

1

1.0000x10 -4

9.8068x10 -6

9.8068

1

9.8067x10 -2

98067

MULTIPLY
atmosphere

atmosphere

bar

inches of
mercury

inches of
water

1

1.0133

29.9210
29.5300

4.0146x10

1

13.5950

by

-1

bar

by 9.8692x10

inches of
mercury

by 3.3421x10-2 3.3864x10-2

inches of
water

by 2.4584x10-3 2.4840x10-3 7.3556x10-2

kg/cm2
MPa

by

0.9678

by

1

0.9807

9.8692

10.0000

28.96
2.9530x10

393.72
2

Newtons/m2
(Pascal)
by 9.8692x10-6 1.0000x10-5 2.9530x10-4
pounds/
square inch

by 6.8046x10-2 6.8947x10-2

2.0360

4.0146x10

7.5006x10

735.6
3

1.0197x10

27.6810

5

1.0133x10 -1 1.0133x10 5
1.0000x10

5

14.6960
14.5038

1.4223x10 -3
14.22
6

1

1.0000x10

1.0197x10 -1 1.0197x10-5

1.0000x10 -6

1

7.0310x10 2 7.0324x10 -2

6.8948x10 -3 6.8948x10 3

51.7144

10.1971

-1

1.4504x10 2
1.4504x10 -4
1

Torque (Moment)
TO OBTAIN

473

673

873

1073
1860

1260

600

1060

400

°F = °C (

9
5

860
) + 32

°C = (°F - 32)

5
9

°R = °F + 460

200

kg-m

kg-cm

ft-lb

inch-lb

N-m

by

1

0.1020

10.1970

0.7376

8.8509

kg-m

by

9.8068

1

100.0000

7.2330

86.7942

kg-cm

by

0.0981

0.0100

1

0.0723

0.8679

ft-lb

by

1.3558

0.1383

13.8255

1

12.0000

inch-lb

by

0.1130

0.0115

1.1522

0.0833

1

Force
°RANKINE

800

N-m

MULTIPLY

1460

1000

°FAHRENHEIT

3

4.0146x10 -3 7.5006x10-3

KELVIN
273

10000

7.5006x10

Temperature
73
1200

1.0197x10

Newtons/
pounds/
m2 (Pascal) square inch

MPa

TO OBTAIN

newton

kilogram

pound

MULTIPLY
newton

by

1

0.1020

0.2248

kilogram

by

9.8068

1

2.2046

pound

by

4.4482

0.4536

1

660

K = °C + 273
K = °R (

5
9

)

0

460

Distributed Force
TO OBTAIN

(Force per unit length)

N/mm

kg/cm

lb/in

MULTIPLY

260

-200

-400
-200

0

200

400

°CELSIUS

600

800

N/mm

by

1

1.0197

5.7102

kg/cm

by

0.9807

1

5.5997

lb/in

by

0.1751

0.1786

1

60

For leakage rate conversion
refer to page E-10
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D.D. "D" (± tol.) CAVITY WIDTH "G" (± tol.Application Data Sheet Sales Engineer _______________________ FACE SEAL CUSTOMER Please photocopy for future use! Date _______________________________ COMPANY _______________________________________ PHONE _____________________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________ FAX ________________________________ CITY _________________________________ E-MAIL ____________________ ST.) external pressure QUOTATION QUANTITIES __________________ ❑ NO. "D" (± tol. DRAWINGS REQUIRED ANNUAL QUANTITY POTENTIAL _________________ ❑ SKETCH ❑ ENGINEERING DRAWING Advanced Products E-24 ER0498 .) internal pressure ENG. ACTION SKETCH of APPLICATION I.) O. ____ CONTACT _____________________________________ ZIP _______ TITLE __________________________________ APPLICATION/EQUIPMENT _________________________________________________________________ EXISTING SEAL _____________________________ CUSTOMER PART NUMBER ___________________ CLAMPING LOAD AVAILABLE _________________ SURFACE FINISH ____________________________ OPERATING CONDITIONS ❑ INTERNAL PRESSURE ❑ STATIC ❑ EXTERNAL PRESSURE ❑ CYCLIC (please fill in table below) FREQUENCY ________________________________ AMPLITUDE _________________________________ FLUID MEDIUM ________________________ CAVITY MATERIALS ______________________________ MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LEAKAGE ___________________________________________________________ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ (state all units) AT ASSEMBLY MINIMUM MAXIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE PRESSURE CAVITY DEPTH "F" (± tol.

) CAVITY I.Application Data Sheet Sales Engineer _______________________ AXIAL SEAL CUSTOMER Please photocopy for future use! Date _______________________________ COMPANY _______________________________________ PHONE _____________________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________ FAX ________________________________ CITY _________________________________ E-MAIL ____________________ ST. ACTION SKETCH of APPLICATION CAVITY LENGTH "G" (± tol. ____ CONTACT _____________________________________ ZIP _______ TITLE __________________________________ APPLICATION/EQUIPMENT _________________________________________________________________ EXISTING SEAL ______________________________ CUSTOMER PART NUMBER _______________ INSERTION/FRICTION FORCE LIMITATIONS ___________________________________________________ OPERATING CONDITIONS ❑ STATIC ❑ ROTATING RPM ________ ❑ RECIPROCATING STROKE LENGTH _________ VELOCITY ________________ ❑ OSCILLATORY ROTATION ________________ VELOCITY ________________ CYCLE RATE _____________ CYCLE RATE ______________ FLUID MEDIUM _________________________ CAVITY MATERIALS ____________________________ MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LEAKAGE ___________________________________________________________ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ (state all units) AT ASSEMBLY MINIMUM MAXIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE PRESSURE CAVITY O.) ENG. "B" (± tol.D. DRAWINGS REQUIRED ANNUAL QUANTITY POTENTIAL _________________ ❑ SKETCH ❑ ENGINEERING DRAWING Advanced Products ER0498 E-25 .) QUOTATION QUANTITIES __________________ ❑ NO.D. "A" (± tol.

Advanced Products ER0597 .

Using the standard EnerRings will satisfy the vast majority of applications and sealing requirements. We will respond quickly with detailed recommendations. please contact us on our World Wide Web site at http://www. The following pages provide a brief overview of the wide range of unique seals we can offer. Alternatively. There are however. These include: • Various Formed Seals • Precision Machined Seals • Beaded Gaskets ER0498 Advanced Products F-1 .com. and springback.advpro. For over 40 years we have been designing and manufacturing customized seals along with our standard product line.us for online application data pages. Please advise us of your requirements by filling out a copy of the "Application Data Sheet" included as page E-24 of this design manual.Additional EnerRing Styles The seals shown and described in Section C of this design manual have been designed. applications which have unique demands and we are pleased to offer our sealing expertise in developing sealing solutions for your specialized applications. compressive load. tested. Please fax this "Application Data Sheet" to your nearest Advanced Products office or distributor. Our extensive manufacturing capabilities allow us to quickly produce prototype seals which can be tested in our laboratories to verify leak rate. and carefully selected as our standard line of EnerRings.

The "Double Jacket Seal" is very similar to the standard Spring Energized C-Ring. these seals are wrapped with a layer of soft metal strip such as silver or aluminum. These seals provide exceptional springback when flange separation is of primary concern. high seating loads. Instead of the electroplated ductile finish. Advanced Products F-2 ER0498 . and low leakage rates. The "Formed V-Ring" is a low load. versatile seal which can be manufactured for a wide range of cavity sizes and depths. Plated seals are generally preferred over these seals as the electroplated finish is completely bonded to the base metal and is less vulnerable to damage. It is a relatively inexpensive seal with excellent springback.Formed Seals Formed seals are produced from metal strip which is formed into various cross sectional sizes and shapes to suit the needs of the application. The "Serpentine Seal" is designed for deep cavities where radial cavity width is limited and use of a large cross section standard seal is not possible. Additionally. These seals are based on the Spring Energized C-Ring design and provide high springback. the open side of the double jacket seal must face away from the system pressure as leakage between the two jackets could result in rupture of the thin outer jacket. The customized E-Ring can be designed with a large number and variety of convolutions.

05 mm) O. The Spring Energized Axial C-Ring is very similar to the standard. Precision Machined Seals The following seals are examples of the type of seals that are produced in our machine shop. The "Ultra Small Seal" was designed to fulfill the need for a very small face seal.D. where formed seal manufacture is not possible.1-0. However. Top View (actual size) ER0498 Advanced Products F-3 .7 MPa).120 inch (3. The "Machined V-Ring" is a popular seal intended for use in precision flanges with surfaces finishes of 4-16 µ inch (0. It functions similarly to the standard C-Ring face seal but can be machined as small as 0. Due to its flexibility it is not suitable for pressures greater than 100 psi (0. The "heel" end is designed to serve as a compression limiter allowing the seal to be used without a groove. it is capable of sealing higher reversing pressures. due to the additional sealing stress created by the spring. They are machined to very tight tolerances and are available in sizes that are smaller than formed seals.4 µ m) Ra. non-spring energized axial C-Ring.The "High Flex Axial Seal" is a low pressure seal which is more tolerant to shaft eccentricity than the standard axial C-Ring.

Two typical beaded gaskets are shown below. Simply fax a copy of your flange drawing to your nearest Advanced Products office or distributor and we will design a beaded gasket for you. They are then embossed with a ridge. or "bead" which acts as the sealing surface of the gasket. The seals can be cut to virtually any shape and include bolt holes to facilitate installation.Beaded Gaskets Beaded gaskets are inexpensively laser cut or stamped from metal sheet. As the mating flanges are bolted together the raised bead of the gasket produces a higher sealing stress than a plain flat gasket. Cross Sectional view showing raised bead. Advanced Products F-4 ER0498 .