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We use only high quality raw-materials from renowned manufacturers. Linked together with 20 years of experience we supply the customer with the highest quality. With our extensive stock of materials in diameters up to ø600 mm we are able to offer same day delivery for all common seal profiles and materials. For 20 years we have been involved in sealing solutions for a variety of applications and challenges. Our know-how and the possibilities offered by machined seals allow us to produce prototypes in just hours. The lowest cost is ensured through highest quality, securing reliable and long service for all of our seals. In emergencies almost any type of seal profile, dimension and material can be supplied the same day, reducing equipment down-time to a minimum. We provide full traceability for all our machined seals when needed.

By offering machined seals we are able to satisfy all the different needs and demands in the market.

ABOUT SEAL-JET NORGE AS
Since 1989 Seal-Jet Norge AS has been involved with seals and sealing solutions. Over the years our dedication, fast and reliable service, growing knowledge and experience, together with state of the art equipment and machinery, have made Seal-Jet Norge AS the leading supplier of sealing solutions in Norway.

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We offer machined seals in any diameter up to 4000 mm, over 170 standard profiles for different applications and numerous sealing materials. With CNC-programming we can modify existing profiles or design new profiles to suit specific applications. Complementary to our machined seals we offer a large stock of e.g. traditional moulded hydraulic seals (piston seals, rod seals, wipers, guide rings), O-rings, oil seals, v-rings, pneumatic seals, mechanical seals and gaskets. Seal-Jet Norge AS is certified according to ISO 9001 and offers 24-hours service. All together this makes Seal-Jet Norge AS a complete supplier of seals and sealing solutions.

This catalogue will primarily present our range of machined seals; materials, profiles and possibilities. Technical information for O-rings and other static seals is also presented. For more information about our oil seals, gaskets and standard hydraulic seals please see our other catalogues (Norwegian language only) or contact us.

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MATERIALS OVERVIEW SUGGESTED MATERIALS SEALS OVERVIEW SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS STANDARD HYDRAULIC SEALS CUSTOMIZED SEALING SOLUTIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

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This chapter will give an overview of the standard materials which we use for the production of seals. 1500 mm (elastomers) and 2000 mm (thermoplastics). please see chapter “Material Specifications”. We can also deliver seals in diameter up to 4000 mm (thermoplastic elastomers – polyurethanes). Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for datasheets or technical advice.no 7 . the key features are seal profile and seal material. All the listed materials are kept in stock in a variety of dimensions. For detailed specifications regarding chemical compatibility. mechanical. electrical and thermal properties. gaskets and other parts. up to 600 mm outside diameter.1 1 MATERIALS OVERVIEW In order to optimize sealing effect. In addition to the materials presented here we are able to offer a large variety of different materials to suit special applications. 6 seal-jet. Seal-Jet Norge AS considers the materials presented in this chapter as standard for turning of seals. available for same day delivery. gaskets and other machined parts.

elastomers have a high retractibility. S09 and others) in systems with adequate temperature and media (up to 110ºC and media as for HPU). The thermoplastic elastomers Seal-Jet Norge AS offers are various types of polyurethanes. but not chemically cross-linked.). with a minimum service temperature of . HPU’s high resistance to hydrolysis (hydrolysis is degradation in water) is rarely found in polyurethanes. which means the remaining deformation is very small. The elastomer-family consists of materials that can be highly expanded by exerting relatively little power.no seal-jet. Because of their structure. abbreviation PU. HPU is particularly recommended for the use in purewater and seawater. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -30 ºC to 110 ºC Unlike elastomers (rubber). GPU is used for seals with a diameter from 540mm up to 4000 mm. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 ºC to 110 ºC 8 seal-jet. thermoplastic elastomers are physically. PU will be the preferred material for many sealing systems. Material: LPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: LPU is a thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer which is modified for low temperature applications. The chemical properties are similar to HPU.MATERIALS OVERVIEW MATERIALS OVERVIEW THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS Material: HPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: HPU is a hydrolysis-resistant thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 ºC to 110 ºC Material: XSPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: XSPU is a hard grade polyurethane (shore 57D) that has been optimised in regard of the tribological characteristics (friction and wear). therefore they can be melted at higher temperatures and can be processed with traditional thermoplastic processing techniques. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 ºC to 110 ºC Material: XGPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: XGPU is hard grade polyurethane (shore 54D) with chemical properties similar to HPU. It is stable in water up to +90°C and has an outstanding resistance in mineral oil. XGPU replaces XHPU for large diameter seals. but is better suited in systems where low friction is crucial (water hydraulics. Polyurethanes have superior mechanical properties compared to elastomers and with the variety of different polyurethanes presented here. This material replaces PTFE-based materials for the same seals as XHPU. Products made from this material can be used in mineral oil and in bio-degradable hydraulic oils like vegetable oils and synthetic esters. HPU is KTW approved and complies with FDA standards. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -50 ºC to 110 ºC Material: SPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: SPU is a polyurethane that has been optimized in regard of the tribological characteristics (friction and wear).50°C. Thermoplastic elastomers are soluble and generally they swell less in comparison to their chemically cross-linked equivalents. XHPU exhibits greater resistance to extrusion. This material is specially developed to replace PTFE-based materials in sliding seals/composite seals (our profiles K08. This special material is therefore best suited for the most severe applications for water hydraulics or badly lubricated systems as well as in oil-free pneumatics. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 ºC to 110 ºC 1 ■ Thermoplastic elastomers belong to the elastomer-family of materials. above 600 mm diameter. achieved by an addition of a synergetic combination of solid lubricants. LPU has an high abrasive resistance. high physical properties and tear strength. less leakage. HPU also has excellent resistance against explosive decompression (ED). 1 Material: GPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: GPU is a cast hydrolysis-resistant polyurethane-elastomer with similar properties as HPU especially regarding its chemical stability. achieved by an addition of a synergetic combination of solid lubricants. GPU can be used in the same hydraulic fluids as HPU. Generally. for HFA and HFB fluids and biologically degradable hydraulic fluids (vegetable oils and synthetic esters) and food articles. Because of its resistance to hydrolysis. low compression set. Used in composite seals. badly lubricated etc. longer life-time and easier installation properties than the traditional PTFE-based seals. A comparison between XHPU and PTFE-based seals is shown in the “Suggested Materials” section.no 9 . Chemical properties similar to HPU. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 ºC to 110 ºC Material: XHPU GENERAL DESCRIPTION: XHPU is a hard grade polyurethane (shore 60D) with chemical properties similar to HPU.

esters. RU3 is not resistant against mineral oil and other unpolar media. lowtemperature grade (-40ºC) and ED/low-temperature grade (-30ºC). HFB and HFC pressure fluids. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -50 ºC to 150 ºC Material: RU4 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: RU4 is a hydrogenated or saturated acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber. RU5 is mostly used for static applications. they begin to decompose at high temperatures and they do not melt. crude oil and sour gas. HFC and HFD liquids. often referred to as Aflas®. and are widely used for different types of seals. RU2 is not resistant against anhydrous ammonia. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25 ºC to 150 ºC Material: RU5 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: RU5 is a silicone rubber. ketones.no seal-jet. HFD pressure fluids (nearly all phosphate esters and chlorinated hydrocarbons). polar organic solvents and glycol based brake fluids. Furthermore. aromatic fluids (such as benzene). Good resistance against various chemicals. ED-grade. and also has a wide temperature range (-60 to +200 ºC). washing agents. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 ºC to 200 ºC The rubber materials are polymers. hot water and low molecular weight organic acids. they do suffer more or less intensive swell or shrinkage depending Material: RU3 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: RU3 is a perox-cured elastomer based on ethylene-propylene rubber. RU5 is highly resistant against weathering. RU2 is also on stock in a FDA compliant grade and with different hardness (75º-95º shore A). This material is well suited against HFA. In addition the cross-link ensures that rubber materials do not dissolve. which are formed by crosslinked macromolecules with various vulcanization additives. HFB. Owing to the poor mechanical properties. RU1 is also on stock in a low-temperature grade. or VMQ. ozone and ageing is good. often referred to as H-NBR. on the medium. RU5 complies with FDA-recommendations. ethers and chlorinated hydrocarbons like trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethy-lene. ozone and ageing. RU1 has a good resistance to mineral oils and greases and HFA. gasolines (petrol / alcohol blends) ketones.MATERIALS OVERVIEW MATERIALS OVERVIEW ELASTOMERS Material: RU1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: RU1 is a Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR). which are noticeably lower in comparison to other rubbers. Because of their structure. RU3 is also on stock in a FDA compliant grade and a hard grade (93 º shore A). RU2 shows excellent resistance against explosive decompression (ED). This material is also referred to as FKM (ISO). RU4 is not compatible with fuels with a high content of aromatic hydrocarbons (premium blend petrol). steam. RU4 complies with FDA-recommendations. esters. However. elastomers have a high retractibility. RU2 is compatible with mineral oils and greases containing sulphur. However the different elastomers display other qualities such as chemical and temperature resistance combined with elasticity. the material is not resistant to glycol-based brake fluids. which means the remaining deformation is very small. ketones and amines or concentrated acids and bases. RU4 is suitable for applications with aliphatic hydrocarbons like propane or butane and mineral oils and greases (for short times up to 170°C) and also for sulfonated crude oil. 1 Material: RU2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: RU2 is an elastomer based on fluororubber with similar properties to Viton® type B. RU4 is also on stock in hard grade (93ºshore A). weathering. Due to their chemical bonds. The stability to weathering. it can be used in many diluted acids and bases and salt solutions even at elevated temperatures and in glycol-water mixtures. However. amines. FEPM or TFE/P. The compatibility with mineral oils depends on the content of aromatic hydrocarbons in the oil. ozone and many chemical ingredients. RU3 has an outstanding stability against hot water. with a minimum working temperature of – 50ºC. HFD fluids. RU2 has high resistance against heat. often referred to as EPDM. esters. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -60 ºC to 200 ºC Material: RU6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: RU6 is a tetraflourethylene-propylene material. Elastomers have in general inferior mechanical properties compared to polyurethanes. TEMPERATURE RANGE: 0 ºC to 200 ºC 10 seal-jet.no 11 . TEMPERATURE RANGE: -30 ºC to 100 ºC 1 ■ Elastomers – rubbers – are materials that can be highly expanded by exerting relatively little power. In addition this material has excellent resistance against steam and hot water.

no seal-jet. 1 PTFE-BASED THERMOPLASTICS PTFE (polytetrafluorethylene) and modified PTFE materials with or without fillers. Seal-Jet Norge AS can manufacture seals and other machined details in almost any other thermoplastic. Material: FL3 PTFE filled with bronze Material: PA1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: PA1 is a cast polyamide with good sliding properties and is used for back-up rings. and is compliant with BGVV and EC-regulations. Material: FL2 PTFE filled with glass fibres/molybdenum disulphide GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Because of its special composition.no 13 . the properties vary from hard and stiff. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40 ºC to 100 ºC. FL5 has highly improved mechanical properties in comparison to PTFE-virgin. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for special applications or materials. the mechanical properties are improved compared to standard PTFE with carbon. the swelling of the material must be taken into account. FL13 has very low friction due to the integrated carbon. low friction. We make a distinction between PTFE-based thermoplastics and other thermoplastics. widening the range of applications even more. each with unique properties to suit a given application. and is also defined as a homopolymer according to ISO 12086. Concentrated acids and bases will attack and destroy it. high temperature resistance and good sliding and friction behaviour. in water-based fireresistant hydraulic fluids (HFA. However. PEEK1 is compliant with FDA-regulations. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: FL3 material has good mechanical properties. making it a good choice for rotary applications. FL14 is FDA approved and widely used in the food industry. scrapers and for precision-machined parts with tight tolerances. OTHER PTFE-BASED MATERIALS In addition to the PTFE-based materials described above we can manufacture seals. FL2 has good physical properties and distinctly better creep behaviour than PTFE-virgin. Material: FL13 Modified PTFE filled with carbon GENERAL DESCRIPTION: FL13 is often used for rotary applications (swivel seals) and water hydraulics. and is therefore often used in demanding applications with regards to pressure. temperature and chemicals. gaskets and other details in a variety of other PTFE materials with fillers specifically suited for a given application. low water absorption and good chemical resistance. In addition these materials have a general working area between -200ºC and +260ºC. POM1 (white) may be used in applications for food and drug. have extremely good resistance to chemicals and will only be degraded by molten alkali metals and elementary fluorine at high temperatures. making them widely used for extreme conditions in respect to chemicals and temperature. see also the “Suggested Materials” section. We have either in stock or with short delivery time approximately 20 different PTFE-based materials to offer. guide-rings. for some of the PTFE-based materials the fillers may be attacked and destroyed by certain other chemicals. FL5 is compliant with FDA-regulations. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -200 ºC to 80 ºC. guide rings and bearing components instead of POM1 for a diameters above 260 mm. bushings. very low water absorption and good extrusion resistance. GENERAL THERMOPLASTIC MATERIALS Material: POM1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: POM1 is a semi-crystalline polyacetal-copolymer which is used for backup-rings. HFB and HFC fluids). POM1 can be used in mineral oils. as PA1 absorbs water up to eight weight percent. Since this material is based on modified PTFE. Due to the morphological structure. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -60 ºC to 260 ºC. Material: PEEK1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: PEEK1 is a polyetheretherketone with high tensile strength. POM1 is one of the most important engineering thermoplastics with good physical properties. PA1 can be used in mineral oils and water-based fire-resistant hydraulic fluids. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -50 ºC to 100 ºC. or when there is a combination of these parameters. OTHER THERMOPLASTIC MATERIALS In addition to the materials mentioned above. When designing parts with PA1 for an application in water or water-based fluids. extensive stretching is non-reversible and moulded parts remain in the deformed state. This material has excellent chemical resistance. Most of these materials are also available with different fillers. stiffness. which compared to elastomers. The filler is very gentle to mating metal surfaces. and can be used at higher loads compared to FL2 and FL5. Depending on the chemical structure. to ductile and flexible. Also higher wear resistance than most PTFE with fillers. are essentially harder and more rigid. In addition PEEK1 has good resistance against numerous chemicals. Material: PE1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION: PE1 is extremely resistant to abrasion and is often used for pneumatic systems. PE1 is compliant to FDA-regulations. PE PP PVC PMMA ABS 12 seal-jet. Seal-Jet Norge AS considers FL5 to be our standard “PTFE-virgin”. Material: FL14 Modified PTFE filled with aromatic polyester Abbreviation PA POM PET PEEK Chemical name Polyamide Polyacetal (Polyoxymethylene) Polyethylene terpthalate Polyetheretherketone Polyethylene Polypropylene Polyvinyl Chloride Polymethyl methacrylate Acrylnitrile Butadiene Styrene Abbreviation PC PSU PES PPS PPSU PEI PAI PBI PI Chemical name Polycarbonate Polysulphone Polyether Sulphone Polyphenylene Sulphide Polyphenylsulphone Polyetherimide Polyamideimide Polybenzimidazole Polyimide GENERAL DESCRIPTION: FL14 has excellent wear resistance. Material: FL5 Modified PTFE GENERAL DESCRIPTION: FL5 has the same chemical properties as PTFE-virgin.MATERIALS OVERVIEW MATERIALS OVERVIEW THERMOPLASTICS ■ Thermoplastics 1 are polymer materials. or as sealing against abrasive media.

Progress made in the field of material science forces both suppliers and customers to evaluate their previous material selection for a given application. and give some guidelines for selecting the right material for a given application. Seals are faced with an ever increasing demand for higher pressure. Advances in material science are resulting in new and improved materials. as this does not consider actual life-cycle cost for a given product. but our job is to find the best suited material. Seal-Jet Norge AS is dedicated to find the best overall sealing solutions and materials with special attention to functionality. temperature.2 SUGGESTED MATERIALS Choosing materials is a task that often requires a lot of investigation and compromises between different desirable properties.no 15 . 14 seal-jet. For a given application there may be a number of different materials that are well suited.no seal-jet. This means that some of the “traditional” materials no longer are as well suited as they used to be. Solely looking at the procurement price is often very misleading. even in cases when some of the more expensive materials are chosen. functionality and longevity. suited to meet these increased demands. equipment failure and repair cost due to a faulty seal is many times higher than the cost of the seal. Downtime. The following section will show some of the advances in material technology. reliability and low overall life-cycle cost.

even without multipart solutions. Often they cannot stand up against increasing technological requirements.2 0 XHPU PTFE 40 Bz PTFE Glass MoS2 PTFE virgin 2 LEAKAGE OF COMPOSITE SEAL MATERIALS Leakage behaviour: The requirement of low rod sealing leakage with PTFE-based seals is normally only obtained by fitting seals in multipart solutions (tandem arrangement) or in combination with a secondary lip seal. provided that the temperature range or pressure fluid are within the recommended operating parameters. 1.no 17 . The superior low leakage values of XHPU and XSPU materials make these seal profiles.5 3 Leakage (g/h) Due to these criteria.5 1 0.8 1. Graph 2. a longer lifetime. EXTRUSION LENGTH OF COMPOSITE SEAL MATERIALS 2 PTFE-based sealing systems meet the demands of low friction and stick-slip free operation very well. XHPU seals are capable of higher pressure ranges and/or larger extrusion gaps than comparable PTFEbased sealing systems and have. leakage behaviour and ease of installation and assembly.5 0 XHPU PTFE 40 Bz PTFE Glass/MoS2 PTFE-virgin Friction/Stick-slip effect Based on the excellent tribological properties of the XHPU and XSPU materials. wear-resistance. FRICTION FORCE OF STANDARD SEALS 120 Relative friction force (%) 100 80 60 40 20 0 Lip seal (polyurethane) S09-E (XHPU) S09-E (PTFE 40Bz) 16 seal-jet. Graph 3. especially with regards to HARD GRADE POLYURETHANES As an alternative to the PTFE-based seals we offer special hard grade polyurethanes XHPU (60 shore D) and XSPU (57 shore D).SUGGESTED MATERIALS SUGGESTED MATERIALS IMPROVED MATERIAL FOR SLIDING SEALS COMPARATIVE TESTS ■ Elastomer energized seals – often referred to as sliding seals. Extensive tests showed also that the stickslip performance is absolutely comparable to standard PTFE sealing systems.4 1. biologically degradable oils and water. step seals or composite seals – have traditionally consisted of a PTFE-based sealing element in addition to the elastomer energizer – usually an O-ring. XHPU and XSPU can be used up to 110ºC. Pressure resistance / wear characteristics: XHPU shows superior extrusion and wear characteristics. These materials meet all the necessary requirements: • • • • Low friction and no stick-slip behaviour Outstanding leakage performance Superior extrusion and wear characteristics Excellent installation properties seals. ideal for many hydraulic applications. Extensive test-rig investigations and finite element analysis have shown that seals based on these special polyurethanes are an ideal replacement of PTFE-based composite seals for most common fluid power systems.no seal-jet. Extrusion length (mm) Graph 1.6 0.6 1.8 0. the friction force are on the level of high-grade PTFE seals and less than 50% of standard polyurethane lip seals.4 0. due to their superior wear characteristics. and for media such as mineral based hydraulic oil fluids. HFA and HFB fluids.5 2 1.2 1 0. seals based on these special polyurethanes are an ideal replacement for conventional PTFE-based composite 2. 3.

the XHPU seals show a very regular stress/strain allocation under a load of up to several hundred bar. The dynamic sealing edge is more evenly and not as highly loaded as at the PTFE design which leads to a minimum of wear and a long operation life at simultaneously excellent sealing performance. The thermoplastic elastomer material XHPU overcomes these problems. An additional benefit is the resistance to scratches and notches during assembly. RESIDUAL DEFORMATION OF SEAL MATERIALS 35 Residual deformation (%) 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 XHPU PTFE 40 Bz PTFE Glass MoS2 PTFE virgin Properties Pressure Wear Leakage Friction/stick-slip Installation XHPU 5 5 5 4 5 High High Expanding sleeve Loading mandrel Callibration sleeve Low Low Fig. Only special fluids and/or elevated temperatures are reasons to use PTFE-based seals. S09-E in PTFE Fig.no seal-jet. Owing to the higher flexibility of the material compared with PTFE compounds. Due to the excellent deformation behaviour of the XHPU materials. 1. 2). The step design of the dynamic sealing surface is also used for seals of XHPU. Comparison of PTFE and XHPU PTFE-based 3 3 2 5 1 1=Bad. the complex and costly installation tools such as expanding and calibration sleeves and loading mandrels are no longer needed. however small modifications of the XHPU design amplify the improvements which are created by the excellent properties of the material. which can be a major problem with PTFE-based materials. Also the extrusion endangered heel area of the seal shows a strong stress reduction which leads to an excellent extrusion resistance and an optimised back pumping ability. XHPU seals show the same material hardness. 2 Table 1. 3.SUGGESTED MATERIALS SUGGESTED MATERIALS EASIER INSTALLATION COMPARISON OF XHPU AND PTFE MATERIALS WITH FE-ANALYSIS 2 A major factor in the consideration of PTFE-sealing systems (fig. These factors are due to the mechanical properties of PTFE-based materials. Installation of PTFE-based seals requires special tools Fig. but considerably lower residual deformation and mounting forces. 5=Excellent Graph 4.no 19 . Installation of XHPU seals is made with simple or no tools The test results shown above are a clear evidence that sliding seals made of XHPU and XSPU outperform seals made of PTFE-based materials for a wide range of applications. the better extrusion resistance allows higher pressure range or larger component tolerances (extrusion gaps) than comparable PTFE-based seals. The improved wear resistance achieved by the use of seals made from XHPU and XSPU will not only lead to an extended lifetime compared to PTFE-based systems. You can simply snap-in or stretch the seals into the housing without any tools (fig. 1) are the problems associated with installation. Furthermore. good friction properties and easier installation give XHPU and XSPU tremendous advantages compared to the traditional PTFEbased seals. 18 seal-jet. but also have a lower demand for surface finish. Compared to PTFE-based seals. S09-E in XHPU CONCLUSION Fig. These benefits along with less leakage. The pictures from the FE-analysis show the difference. 4. 2.

these materials have rather poor mechanical properties. • Reduced tensile strain/flow. 2 MODIFIED PTFE WITH FILLERS The modified PTFE shows several advantages compared to PTFEvirgin. PTFE or PTFE with fillers are often the preferred seal materials due to their excellent chemical and thermal resistance. However. to be our material of choice when it comes to applications requiring the chemical and thermal resistance of PTFE. This is an important feature where fillers may cause contamination or reduced chemical resistance. In addition. Seal-Jet Norge AS is dedicated to optimize sealing solutions. these filled materials are still restricted with regards to mechanical properties given the PTFE-virgin basis. About the same cold flow as PTFE with 25% glass fibre. you may improve material properties. • Smoother surface of machined parts. either PTFEvirgin or with fillers. semiconductor etc. and different fillers are needed to obtain enhanced mechanical properties. in the same manner as for PTFE-virgin.no 21 . some applications require the homopolymer structure of PTFEvirgin (food and drug applications. By using a modified PTFE. and may also experience less resistance to some media (the fillers are attacked). especially mechanical.SUGGESTED MATERIALS MODIFIED PTFE For applications with aggressive media and/or high temperature. For many applications the solution can be a modified PTFE which has the same chemical and thermal resistance as PTFE-virgin. modified PTFE are superior compared to PTFE virgin.) with poor mechanical properties as an undesirable effect. important for sealing against gas. However. The most advantageous properties are: • Substantially lower deformation under load. especially PTFE virgin. given the same fillers and content. modified PTFE can be combined with various fillers. Unfortunately PTFE-virgin has poor mechanical properties. • Improved stress recovery. This is because the initial properties of the modified PTFE outperform those of PTFE virgin. for instance as gaskets. thus resulting in improved properties also for the filled material. In order to achieve this. and considers modified PTFE. pressure. particularly at elevated temperatures. giving you an optimal seal or gasket with regards to sealability. CONCLUSION For applications which require excellent chemical and thermal properties PTFE is often the material of choice. this material can still be classified as a homopolymer. This makes for easier installation for parts that require stretching. This is an important feature when the material is used to protect against aggressive media. with or without fillers. 20 seal-jet. according to ISO 12086. many applications require enhanced properties. In addition. longevity and installation. above what modified PTFE can offer. with or without fillers. Also when comparing the two materials with various fillers. • Reduced permeation. The modified PTFE results in several enhanced properties compared to PTFE-virgin. This results in greater contact area of the seal. However. This is an important feature for seals and gaskets where improved stress recovery can translate to longer sealability or less retorquing of parts. but exhibits several enhanced properties.

The use of modern finite element analysis programs (FEA) for nonlinear material behaviour in combination with best-practise manufacturing know-how results in optimized seal profiles delivering excellent sealing characteristics and reliable performance.no 23 .SEALS OVERVIEW SEALS OVERVIEW The range of seals presented in this chapter is based on decades of experience in dynamic and static sealing solutions. 3 22 seal-jet.

single acting As profile A01-A. The speed limits apply for adequate lubrication and running surface finishes as recommended. • PU-group: HPU.4 m/s apply to SPU. The material categories apply to the seal part of a seal set. but without back support area.no seal-jet. to avoid any external leakage. For PU the maximum speed 0. speed. For specific temperature range of different materials see Materials Overview and Material Specifications. 3 • RU-group: RU1. temperature and seal geometry. temperature or media resistance is required. However. The highlighted profiles are described in more detail in the next chapter. Some have metal casing for press fit mounting. inside diameter (rod) outside diameter outside diameter (if applicable) groove length total wiper height (if applicable) 3 Temperature The indicated temperature ranges apply to the material group. and this has an influence on the break-out friction. Material for energizer. NOTE: For design purposes please bear in mind that the operation parameters for each seal represent general conditions. the O-ring in A27 does not have to be ordered separately.g. 0. Back support area prevents tilting of wiper. The specific temperature range depends on the application (pressure. For housings according to ISO 6195-Type A. single acting Wiper with press fit on outside diameter. • XPU-group: XHPU. Double acting wipers have the additional function of wiping off residual fluid film passing the rod seal. The profiles presented here are available in many different materials and even material groups. Housing for wiper.SEALS OVERVIEW SEALS OVERVIEW | WIPERS SEALS OVERVIEW This chapter is an introduction to our standard range of sealing profiles. Maximum pressure DESCRIPTION MATERIAL CODE PU RU A01-B Seal-Jet Norge AS gives full technical support by providing complete sealing solutions. 1. The lip of the wiper is designed to have a pre-load with the piston rod. Back support area prevents tilting of wiper. media. PU RU Hydraulic. backup ring. LPU and SPU. seal profile proportions and of course material selection. Wipers are usually made from rubbers. Special designs and different materials are available for applications where compensation for large radial movements. PROFILES OVERVIEW PROFILE A01-A Hydraulic. indicated dimensions are required to process an order. XSPU and XGPU. higher pressure and speed can be attained in most cases.5.7 and 1.4. Not all maximum values can be utilized at the same time.no 25 . For housings according to ISO 6195-Type A. temperature. Maximum speed The specified maximum speed is depending on several factors. This helps prevent contamination of the media which will damage the seals and metal surfaces.5 and 1 m/s respectively. • FL. collar and spring is depending on the application. but also other materials such as various types of metal. Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt whilst allowing backflow of residual oil film. FL13 and other PTFE-based materials. support ring. 0. FL5. RU5 and RU6. The pressure limit for a specific seal will depend on several parameters such as radial gap. If your sealing demands are not covered by the general pressure. • *– includes almost every polymer available for turning.group: FL2. extrusion gap) and which material is selected within the material group. such as lubrication. Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt whilst allowing backflow of residual oil film. a stiffer inner lip. ■ We have divided the material groups into five main categories in the following manner: The specified pressure limits apply for normal operation parameters for each seal type and is to be used as guiding only. speed and temperature guidelines contact Seal-Jet Norge AS! A02-A Hydraulic. RU2. Table 1. WIPERS ■ The function of a wiper is to prevent particles from entering the components in a hydraulic or pneumatic circuit. Order details ød øD øD1 L H Fig. depending on the application. surface. providing a technically accurate closure at the cylinder. FL3. RU4. Due to our unique manufacturing capabilities we are able to quickly supply the seal profile and material choice which best meet your requirements. Order details In addition to seal profile and material. cylinders or valves. e. polyurethanes or thermoplastics. GPU. RU3. for other PU materials the values are 0. single acting Wiper with press fit on outside diameter. Multi-element wipers are generally supplied as a complete set. PU RU 24 seal-jet.

Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt whilst allowing backflow of residual oil film. A10-A Hydraulic. single acting Wiper with press fit on outside diameter. PU RU 3 A03-A Hydraulic. single acting As profile A05-A.SEALS OVERVIEW | WIPERS SEALS OVERVIEW | WIPERS PROFILE A02-B Hydraulic. ANSI/B 93. single acting DESCRIPTION MATERIAL CODE PROFILE A06-A Pneumatic. but also available in metric dimensions. single acting Wiper with mounting cage for press fit installation into axially open housings. Special design of wiping lip allows retention of initial lubricating film. the use of plastic mounting cages avoids corrosion in the press fit.no seal-jet. but without back support area. allowed pressure load: 16 bar (230 psi). PU RU 26 seal-jet. the use of plastic mounting cages avoids corrosion at the press-fit. For housings according to ISO 6195-Type A. PU RU A05-I Pneumatic. A08-A PU RU Hydraulic/pneumatic. PU RU Wiper with mounting cage for press fit installation into axially open housings. single acting As profile A04-A. For housings according to AN 6231. type S09. Special housing design according to ISO 6195-Type C. For housings according to AN 6231. single acting DESCRIPTION MATERIAL CODE Wiper with press fit on outside diameter. ANSI/B 93. single acting Wiper usually fixed in housing with clamp flange. Special housing design according ISO 6195-Type C. Mainly used for replacement in old hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders or for secondary applications.no 27 . PU RU 3 A04-A Pneumatic. A07-A PU RU Hydraulic. single acting Wiper with press fit on outside diameter. Often used in combination with composite seals/sliding seals. single acting Wiper usually fixed in housing with clamp flange.35. For housings according to ISO 6195-Type B. Back support area prevents tilting of wiper. double acting PU RU Wiper including additional sealing lip. single acting Wiper to fit in angled housings (30°). to reduce residual oil film.35 PU RU A05-A Pneumatic. but without back support area. Special design of wiping lip allows retention of initial lubricating film. Special design of wiping lip allows retention of initial lubricating film. Also used as complete solution for pneumatic applications in small diameter range. PU RU A05-B Pneumatic. Mainly used for replacement in old hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders or for secondary applications. single acting PU RU Wiper with dimensioning according to common types used in USA. Max. but without back support area. PU RU A02-I Hydraulic.Design mainly used for equipment based on inches. Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt. For housings according to ISO 6195-Type A. A09-A PU RU Hydraulic. single acting As profile A02-A. Special design of wiping lip allows retention of initial lubricating film. PU RU A04-B Pneumatic. Back support area prevents tilting of wiper. A11-A Hydraulic/pneumatic. single acting Wiper with press fit on outside diameter. A11-I PU RU Hydraulic/pneumatic. single acting Wiper with dimensioning according to common types used in USA. A08-B PU RU Hydraulic/pneumatic. double acting as profile A11-A. Fixed relation between cross-section and height of wiper. special housing design according to ISO 6195-Type C. For housings according to ISO 6195-TypeB. providing a technically accurate closure at the cylinder.

The maximum speeds apply for adequate lubrication and running surfaces as recommended. L XPU FL A26-F Hydraulic/pneumatic. temperature and seal profile. Used in combination with composite seals/sliding seals. Material RU PU XPU FL 4 m/s Max. low friction/stick-slip. Excellent chemical and thermal resistance (depends on O-ring) with PTFEmaterial. Improved wiping. double acting Wiper with O-ring as preloading element. speed 4 m/s (5 m/s for SPU) 5 m/s 10 m/s 28 seal-jet. following elastomeric wiper is protected from damage. longevity and easier installation with XPU. e. Table 2. wear/operational reliability. Multi-element rod seals are generally supplied as a complete set. Also including additional sealing lip. Our rod seals meet these high expectations in combination with good economic. single acting Scraper ring. ice) is wiped off. Excellent chemical and thermal resistance (depends on O-ring) with PTFEmaterial. A25 in PEEK for ice wiper. XPU FL A27-F Hydraulic/pneumatic. Table 3. longevity and easier installation with XPU. In addition to seal profile and material. to reduce residual oil film. Additional sealing lip for reduction of residual oil film if used in combination with seals type S09.no seal-jet. Excellent chemical and thermal resistance (depends on O-ring) with PTFE-materials. Order details ød øD rod diameter groove diameter groove length 3 A25-F Hydraulic/pneumatic. Additional sealing lip for reduction of residual oil film if used in combination with seals type S09. DESCRIPTION MATERIAL CODE ■ PU RU A12-B Hydraulic. simple installation and compact form. high stiffness and breaking strength. In order to work properly a small lubrication film should pass under the seal. single acting Wiper with technically accurate closure at the cylinder providing reliable protection. media resistance. Maximum speed Maximum speed The maximum speed is dependent on several factors such as lubrication. 2. surface. Other material choices can be made depending on the application. e. double acting Wiper with two O-rings as preloading elements. mainly used in combination with wiper A02 or A01.g.no 29 . Housings for rod seals Common material for A03/A06 housing/cage is POM or PEEK. Improved wiping. Material properties should provide good dry running properties. type S09. Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt. Firmly clinging dirt and extremely heavy soiling (mud. resistance against high or low temperature. single acting Wiper with O-ring as preloading element.SEALS OVERVIEW | WIPERS SEALS OVERVIEW | ROD SEALS ROD SEALS PROFILE A12-A Hydraulic. even for heavy contamination. double acting Wiper with technically accurate closure at the cylinder providing reliable protection.and service life value. longevity and easier installation with XPU. Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt. The major function of the rod seal is to prevent the media from leaking trough the rod gland when the cylinder is pressurized. good back-pumping ability. even for heavy contamination. O-ring maintains equal contact pressure. tar. and return (back-pumping) to the cylinder when the rod is retracting. Improved wiping. The primary rod seal must withstand the system pressure. resistance against pressure/extrusion.g. Good dry running properties. XPU FL Fig. Depending on the application one or two (sometimes more) rod seals are used for maximum sealability. the O-ring in S09 does not have to be ordered separately. * The technical demands are many and also diverse. indicated dimensions are required to process an order. no "stick-slip". good sealing effect. PU RU 3 Order details A13-A Hydraulic/pneumatic.

Good resistance to pressure shock. single acting Symmetric rod seal for simple standard applications. spindle seals.. +110 °C -50 °C ..... +200 °C 1 m/s As designed * Hydraulic.7 m/s 0.. +110 °C -50 °C . extremely wear resistant.4 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU Highlighted profile(s): Recommended by Seal Jet Norge. +110 °C -50 °C . +110 °C -50 °C . S02-PD/S02RD for short housings S05-P S05-R -50 °C . not suitable for high speed applications. +200 °C 0. S08-PE Hydraulic.. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure range... but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure range.800 psi) 160 bar (2. Press fit on outside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing.5 m/s 700 bar (10..7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU S06-P S06-R Hydraulic.no seal-jet. Compact design mainly used to seal high viscosity fluids or for extremely small housings.. Low friction and good dry running properties. Design provides ultimate sealing effect.000 psi) PU 3 S02-PD S02-RD Hydraulic.800 psi) PU RU Pneumatic.4 m/s 0. single acting Asymmetric compact rod seal with stable fit in the housing..7 m/s 0. S03-P Hydraulic. 3 -50 °C ..SEALS OVERVIEW | ROD SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | ROD SEALS PROFILES OVERVIEW PROFILE S01-P S01-R DESCRIPTION Hydraulic. +200 °C 1.000 psi) 400 bar (5. Mainly used in chemical. Press fit on outside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing.5 m/s 400 bar (5. Especially suitable for short stroke applications (e.. excellent chemical and thermal resistance. +200 °C 0. pharmaceutical and food industry.. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE -50 °C . SPEED MAX.. +110 °C -50 °C . -50 °C .7 m/s 700 bar (10. good dry running properties and adaptation possibilities for diverse temperatures and media by selection of suitable seal and O-ring material.000 psi) PU S02-P S02-R Hydraulic. single acting Asymmetric compact rod seal with stable fit in the housing. +200 °C 0...7 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU S03-F Hydraulic. Also used as secondary seal in combination with seal type S09. TEMPERATURE MAX. Always used as a primary seal in sealing systems. single acting Asymmetric rod seal for standard applications as S01..4 m/s 1 m/s 25 bar (360 psi) 25 bar (360 psi) PU RU -50 °C . coupling actuators) S07-P -50 °C . single acting O-ring activated asymmetric rod seal... for use in lubricated or dry pneumatic applications. 30 seal-jet. SPEED MAX. +110 °C 0.... Almost no dead spots as required for applications in food & pharmaceutical industry.. S04-P for standard housing design TEMPERATURE MAX. S08-P compact design.g. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure range. S08-P S08-R -60 °C . +200 °C 0. +200 °C 0. -200 °C .no 31 . Compact design mainly used to seal high viscosity fluids or for extremely small housings. S04-PD for short housings.. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PROFILE S04-P DESCRIPTION Hydraulic..5 m/s 700 bar (10..3 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU S03-S Hydraulic.+260 °C 1 m/s As designed * -50 °C ..800 psi) PU RU -50 °C . no groove -50 °C .000 psi) 400 bar (5. Design provides ultimate sealing effect over a wide temperature range and good back-pumping ability. single acting Asymmetric rod seal for standard applications as S03-P.. +110 °C -50 °C . single acting Helicoil spring activated asymmetric rod seal.. single acting O-ring activated asymmetric rod seal.. +110 °C 0. +110 °C 0. -50 °C . single acting Asymmetric rod seal. +110 °C 0.. single acting Asymmetric rod seal for standard applications.. single acting O-ring activated symmetric rod seal for simple standard applications.7 m/s 0. single acting Asymmetric rod seal for standard applications as S03-P. +110 °C 0.. S08-PE with small groove.300 psi) PU RU -50 °C . not recommended for new designs (profile S03-P preferred).7 m/s 0. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure range. not recommended for new designs (profile S01 should be preferred). Special design of sealing lip allows retention of initial lubricating film. not suitable for high speed applications.. single acting Asymmetric rod seal.... Low friction.. S02-P/S02-R for standard housing design S04-PD Hydraulic. single acting Asymmetric rod seal for standard applications as S01. +110 °C 0. See chapter 4 for details. -50 °C .7 m/s 700 bar (10.7 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU Hydraulic. Design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure range.5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU S02-S Hydraulic.

See chapter 4 for details.. double acting O-ring activated symmetric rod seal. Used as secondary seal in tandem design (together with primary S09-E) to minimize residual oil film.7 m/s 0. +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU S16-B Hydraulic. similar to S09-E. SPEED MAX. single acting Simple hat seal. injection moulding machines. -50 °C .. +110 °C -50 °C ... +200 °C 0. -50 °C . design with press fit on outside diameter maintains non-twisting in dynamic applications..7 m/s 0.. fits standard O-ring housings. single acting Asymmetric rod seal as S17-P... SPEED MAX. Hi-clean version available. For extreme low or high speed. For heavy industry hydraulics...respectively stabilizing lip.. +110 °C -50 °C . For heavy industry hydraulics. +200 °C 0.... single acting O-ring activated asymmetric rod seal. double acting Space saving. machine tools. but special heavy duty design for heavy industry hydraulics or for special housing dimensions. single acting Asymmetric rod seal with additional sealing. parting surface design. Important with axial play in the groove to avoid extensive friction. +260 °C As designed As designed * S1012-T Hydraulic. TEMPERATURE MAX. Press fit on outside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing. Hydraulic.. 3 -50 °C . +110 °C -50 °C . double acting Profile ring-activated symmetric rod seal. +110 °C -50 °C . mainly used in chemical. injection moulding machines. single acting Chevron sealing set.7 m/s 0. -50 °C . Important with axial play in the groove to avoid extensive friction. S20-R -50 °C .4 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU S17-P S17-R Hydraulic..5 m/s 100 bar (1450 psi) 60 bar (870 psi) PU RU -50 °C .7 m/s 0. usually fixed in housing with clamp flange. +200 °C -20 °C . PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PROFILE S1315-T DESCRIPTION Hydraulic.5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 400 bar (5800 psi) PU RU Hydraulic.. heavy hydraulics.5 m/s 700 bar (10000 psi) RU Highlighted profile(s): Recommended by Seal Jet Norge.. single acting Chevron sealing set. single acting Chevron sealing set.5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 400 bar (5800 psi) PU RU -200 °C .. single acting O-ring activated asymmetric PU rod seal with excellent dynamic sealing capacity. low friction and good dry running properties.. +110 °C 0.7 m/s 0.. S09-D Hydraulic. +200 °C 0. Mainly used for replacement in old hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders or for secondary applications. compact rod seal.. pharmaceutical and food industry.. single acting Finger spring activated asymmetric PTFE rod seal.5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU -50 °C . +200 °C 0.. similar to S09-D. For heavy industry hydraulics.. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure range. but special heavy duty design for heavy industry hydraulics or for special housing dimensions...5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 350 bar (5000 psi) PU RU S1012-M Hydraulic.. Hydraulic/pneumatic.. +110 °C -50 °C . water-hydraulic systems.. single acting Simple hat seal... S19-F PTFE-rodseal.. +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU S09-DS S18-P S18-R Hydraulic. good sealing ability in higher pressure range. design with flexible sealing lips. +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU S16-A Hydraulic/pneumatic. +200 °C -20 °C . single acting Profile ring-activated asymmetric rod seal. 32 seal-jet. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE -50 °C . Design mainly used for telescopic cylinders.SEALS OVERVIEW | ROD SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | ROD SEALS PROFILE S09-E DESCRIPTION Hydraulic.. -50 °C . +200 °C -20 °C . Due to different geometry type T cannot be interchanged with type M. +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU -50 °C .7 m/s 0.5 m/s 100 bar (1450 psi) 60 bar (870 psi) PU RU 3 S09-P S09-ES -50 °C ...7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU -50 °C .. Advantage compared to O-ring: integrated active backup rings for high pressure. -50 °C . machined surface design... +200 °C 0. usually fixed in housing with clamp flange. +200 °C 0. TEMPERATURE MAX..no seal-jet. +110 °C -50 °C . suitable for positioning functions. Hydraulic. For mobile hydraulics... heavy hydraulics. As primary seal in combination with secondary S01-P seal with good resistance to pressure shocks used in mobile hydraulics. In tandem design together with double acting wipers for extreme low or high speed or positioning functions... low friction. +110 °C 1. Due to different geometry type M cannot be interchanged with type T.no 33 . +200 °C -20 °C . +200 °C 0. excellent chemical and thermal resistance. Low friction. Mainly used for replacement in old hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders or for secondary applications.. mobile hydraulic or for special housing dimensions... Important with axial play in the groove to avoid extensive friction..

-50 °C .4 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU 34 seal-jet. +110 °C 0. Order details -200 °C . ensuring that energy in the media builds up pressure inside the cylinder and transforms this to mechanical force through the cylinder rod. Single-acting seals The piston seal in single-acting cylinders should leave a minimum of lubrication film during the non pressure return movement of the piston. because design with press fit on outside diameter maintains non-twisting in dynamic applications. pharmaceutical and food industry. +110 °C -50 °C .. design with extremely flexible sealing lips for difficult operating conditions (bad guiding. e. 3 -50 °C . The seals will be turned with great precision in one of our CNC machines by well-skilled craftsmen to your specific design. SPEED MAX.5 m/s 315 bar (4500 psi) FL Fig.. Multi-element piston seals are generally supplied as a complete set. Order details -200 °C .. +110 °C 0. -50 °C . Retainer ring in angled design possible. -50 °C . Designers must take care when considering leakage control versus good sealing properties. good sealing effect for high viscosity fluids.SEALS OVERVIEW | ROD SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS PROFILE S21-P DESCRIPTION TEMPERATURE MAX. Table 4..7 m/s 700 bar (10000 psi) PU S2527-F PTFE chevron set.. the O-ring in K08 does not have to be ordered separately. whether it is custom-designed or follow popular standards.. also commonly used as O-ring replacement. 3 S24-P Hydraulic. unequal angled chevron design results in good contact pressure even in low pressure range. which leads to reduction in wear and increases the service life of the seal. External spring pretension necessary. Housing for piston seal Ød L groove diameter groove length øD cylinder bore S32-P Hydraulic.7 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU The main function of a piston seal is to maintain sealing between the piston and cylinder bore. 3.. large tolerance range).5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU Double-acting seals Normally. The Seal-Jet line of seals are available in a large variety of types.g. S2931-F PTFE chevron set.. +260 °C 1.. a relatively thick lubrication film can be permitted between the piston seal and the cylinder bore surface as long as there is no significant loss of effect. +110 °C -200 °C . Mainly used in chemical. not recommended for new designs (profile S01-P preferred). but leakage at standstill position should be minimal. This way friction during the stroke action is minimized.5 m/s 500 bar (7200 psi) 250 bar (3600 psi) PU RU Hydraulic. or need to separate two different media. single acting Optimized for high pressure. single acting Optimized for low pressure.+200 °C 0... Mainly used in chemical.. The transportation of fluid during dynamic function is small and insignificant in most operating conditions.5 m/s 100 bar (1450 psi) FL In addition to seal profile and material. indicated dimensions are required to process an order. single acting Symmetric rod seal with support ring for simple applications to serve repair purpose. equal angled chevron design suitable for high pressure range. single acting Chevron set. +110 0. +260 °C 1. single acting O-ring activated symmetric rod seal with sharp-edged sealing lips. External spring pretension necessary. +200 °C 0.7 m/s 0. double acting S35-P Compact rod seal with almost no dead spots as required for applications in food and pharmaceutical industry. -50 °C .. Available as complete seal as well as intermediate chevrons only (in case of metal male and female adaptors). single acting O-ring activated rod seal with additional stabilizing lips and integrated active back ring for larger extrusion gaps. S22-P S22-R Hydraulic.no seal-jet.no 35 . not recommended for new designs (profile S03-P preferred).7 m/s 0. pharmaceutical and food industry. mainly used in mining industry. unlimited number of sizes and numerous materials and energizers to satisfy your sealing requirements... PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PISTON SEALS ■ Hydraulic.... Otherwise the transportation of fluid will build up on the atmosphere side and could result in failure or accident.

single acting Symmetric piston seal for simple standard applications. Especially suitable for short stroke applications (e. K02-P/ K02-R for standard housing design. pharmaceutical and food industry or for valves. +200 °C 1.. Hydraulic.4 m/s 1 m/s 25 bar (360 psi) 25 bar (360 psi) PU RU K03-P Hydraulic.+260 °C As designed As designed * K01-PE K01-RE K04-P Hydraulic.000 psi) 400 bar (5800 psi) PU RU K05-P K05-R Hydraulic.000 psi) 400 bar (5800 psi) PU RU -50 °C . +110 °C 0.. ultimate sealing effect over a wide temperature range... For extreme low or high speed. Interference fit on inside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing. +200 °C 0. +110 °C -50 °C .... but due to design with active backup ring suitable for higher pressure range or larger extrusion gaps.5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU -200 °C .7 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU -60 °C . single acting O-ring activated asymmetric piston seal. -50 °C . +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (5800 psi) 600 bar (5800 psi) FL XPU Highlighted profile(s): Recommended by Seal Jet Norge.7 m/s 700 bar (10. low friction. asymmetric piston seal..5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU -50 °C ..7 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU K07-P Hydraulic. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps or higher pressure. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE -50 °C .. asymmetric piston seal. Hydraulic. SPEED MAX.7 m/s 0. K03-F Hydraulic piston seal.... +110 °C -50 °C . spindle seals...5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU -50 °C . +110 °C -50 °C . +110 °C -50 °C .no 37 .5 m/s 700 bar (10. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for higher pressure or larger extrusion gaps... low friction and no stick-slip effect. single acting O-ring activated symmetric piston seal for simple standard applications. single acting Helicoil-spring activated.. K04-PD for short housings. single acting Asymmetric piston seal.7 m/s 700 bar (10. low friction and no stick-slip effect..000 psi) PU -50 °C .. single acting Asymmetric piston seal for standard applications. -50 °C . coupling actuators) K06-P K06-R Hydraulic. +110 °C 0. +110 °C 0. Design provides ultimate sealing effect. K04-P for standard housing design.. single acting Asymmetric piston seal for standard applications as K01. extremely wear resistant.7 m/s 0. single acting O-ring activated. ultimate sealing effect over a wide temperature range. Back-to-back arrangement for double acting pistons or to separate different fluids. single acting Asymmetric piston seal for standard applications as K01.000 psi) PU 3 K04-PD Hydraulic... Pneumatic.g... not recommended for new designs (profile K03-P preferred). Avoids extensive drag pressure. 36 seal-jet. -50 °C .. Design provides stable fit in the housing. SPEED MAX.. single acting Asymmetric piston seal for standard applications as K03-P.SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS PROFILES OVERVIEW PROFILE K01-P K01-R DESCRIPTION Hydraulic. +110 °C -50 °C . +200 °C 0. +200 °C 0. K02-PD/K02RD for short housings. mainly used in chemical. 3 K02-P K02-R K02-PD K02-RD -50 °C . excellent chemical and thermal resistance.5 m/s 700 bar (10. +110 °C 0... single acting Asymmetric piston seal for standard applications as K03-P.7 m/s 0.. +200 °C -20 °C . See chapter 4 for details. +200 °C As designed As designed * K08-E Hydraulic. +200 °C 0.. Design provides stable fit in the housing.. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PROFILE K03-S DESCRIPTION Hydraulic piston seal.no seal-jet. -50 °C .. TEMPERATURE MAX. +200 °C 0.. for use in lubricated or dry pneumatic applications. Good adaptation possibilities for various temperatures and media by selection of suitable seal and O-ring material...7 m/s 0. single acting O-ring activated asymmetric piston seal.... Special design of sealing lip allows retention of initial lubricating film. but due to design with active backup ring suitable for larger extrusion gaps. single acting Asymmetric piston seal for standard applications. -50 °C . Suitable for positioning functions. +110 °C -50 °C . Suitable for single acting cylinders due to improved static sealing. almost no dead spots as required for applications in food and pharmaceutical industry.. not recommended for new designs (profile K01 preferred).7 m/s 0. TEMPERATURE MAX.

but special heavy duty design. +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU K1012-M Hydraulic. Design for high pressure range. in single acting applications more intermediate chevrons possible. For heavy industry hydraulics or for special housing dimensions..4 m/s 350 bar (5000 psi) PU Hydraulic. +200 °C 0. See chapter 4 for details.. parted surface design.... injection moulding machines. -50 °C . single acting Chevron sealing set. single acting Chevron sealing set.. For heavy industry hydraulics or for special housing dimensions. +200 °C -20 ºC ... low friction. Improved sealing. 38 seal-jet. +110 °C 1. suitable for positioning functions.7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU K09-D Hydraulic. +110 °C 0. -30 °C .7 m/s 0. For back-to-back arrangement with one intermediate chevron. K1012-T -50 °C .5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 400 bar (5800 psi) PU RU 3 Hydraulic.SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS PROFILE K08-D DESCRIPTION Hydraulic.. +110 °C -50 °C . Also used for food filling/portioning equipment.. heavy hydraulics. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated guiding elements.5 m/s 100 bar (1450 psi) 60 bar (870 psi) PU RU Highlighted profile(s): Recommended by Seal Jet Norge. Excellent static and dynamic sealing capacity. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated guiding elements. SPEED MAX. For heavy industry hydraulics.7 m/s 0. +110 °C 0. Mainly used in mining/tunnelling industry. single acting Profile-ring activated asymmetric piston seal.no seal-jet. +110 °C 0. extremely wear resistant. -30 °C . +200 °C 0. For mobile hydraulics. Commonly used in standard cylinders. +200 °C 0. double acting O-ring activated symmetric piston seal. -50 °C .5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 400 bar (5800 psi) PU RU K09-N Hydraulic. Low friction.. For heavy industry hydraulics... Mainly used for replacement in old hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders or for low-grade secondary applications.... Due to different geometry type M cannot be interchanged with type T.. water hydraulic systems... +200 °C -20 °C .3 m/s As designed PU -50 °C . Hydraulic.7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU K1315-T Hydraulic. excellent static sealing capacity. +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU -50 °C .. +110 ºC 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (7200 psi) FL XPU K08-P Hydraulic.. design with flexible sealing lips. double acting Profile-ring activated symmetric piston seal. 3 K08-ES K08-DS -50 °C ... similar to K08-D. +110 °C -50 °C . in single acting applications more intermediate chevrons possible.no 39 . machine tools. +200 °C -20 °C . single acting Simple cup seal. SPEED MAX. machined surface design.. +110 °C -50 °C . good chemical and thermal resistance with PTFE.... but special heavy duty design.7 m/s 0.. +110 °C 0. -50 °C . double acting O-ring activated symmetric PU piston seal with excellent static and dynamic sealing capacity. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated guiding elements.. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PROFILE K09-F DESCRIPTION TEMPERATURE MAX... single acting Chevron sealing set. For backto-back arrangement with one intermediate chevron . For extreme low or high speed.. longevity and easier installation with XPU. usually fixed on the piston by means of a clamping plate. Due to different geometry type T cannot be interchanged with type M. TEMPERATURE MAX. similar to K08-E.. -30 °C . PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE Hydraulic.. +200 °C -20 °C . +110 °C 10 m/s 5 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU -30 °C . good sealing ability.. Hydraulic/pneumatic. -50 °C .. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated guiding elements..7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU K16-A K09-H Hydraulic. Excellent static sealing capacity.. For heavy industry hydraulics.

-50 °C . single acting O-ring activated symmetric rod seal with sharp-edged sealing lips.SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | PISTON SEALS PROFILE K16-B DESCRIPTION Hydraulic/pneumatic. External guiding elements required.5 m/s 700 bar (10000 psi) RU Hydraulic. single acting Finger-spring activated asymmetric PTFE piston seal. usually fixed on the piston by means of a clamping plate. design with extremely flexible sealing lips for difficult operating conditions like bad guiding. Replacement part for standard commercial housings (male and female adapter mainly made of metal)..... +110 °C -50 °C ..5 m/s 1. -50 °C . excellent static sealing capacity.. not recommended for new designs (profile K01-P preferred).5 m/s 100 bar (1450 psi) 60 bar (870 psi) PU RU K23-D Hydraulic..5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 160 bar (2300 psi) PU RU -50 °C .7 m/s 0... pharmaceutical and food industry. double acting Space saving. +200 °C -20 ºC . +200 °C 0. single acting Chevron ring with flexible lip design. Design with press fit on outside diameter maintains non-twisting in dynamic applications... good chemical and thermal resistance with PTFE.. Excellent static sealing capacity. Available as total chevron sealing set as well as intermediate chevrons only (in case of metal male and female adapters). TEMPERATURE MAX.. SPEED MAX..5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU 40 seal-jet. +110 °C 0.. Advantage compared to O-ring: integrated active backup rings for high pressure.7 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) PU -50 °C .0 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) 600 bar (8700 psi) FL XPU Hydraulic. -50 °C . mainly used in chemical. not recommended for new designs (profile K03-P preferred).. +110 °C 0. +200 °C 0. compact piston seal with integrated guiding elements.. K32-P Hydraulic.. suitable for small housings.7 m/s 0.. +110 °C 0. excellent static sealing capacity. double acting Space saving. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated backup rings.. double acting Profile-ring activated compact seal with integrated backup rings. K24-P -50 °C .7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU -50 °C . Hi-clean version available... +200 °C 0. +200 °C 0. excellent chemical and thermal resistance. double acting Compact piston seal with almost no dead spots as required for applications in food and pharmaceutical industry..no 41 .7 m/s 0.. Design with stretch fit on inside diameter prevents twisting in dynamic applications.. Low friction. Retainer ring in angled design possible.. -30 °C .3 m/s As designed PU 3 PTFE-piston seal... +110 ºC 1.. suitable for standard O-ring housings.. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated backup rings. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE -30 °C . Mainly used for replacement in old hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders or for low-grade secondary applications. TEMPERATURE MAX. Mainly used in mining/tunnelling industry.. Excellent static and dynamic sealing capacity. External guiding elements required. longevity and easier installation with XPU. +110 °C -50 °C .5 m/s 500 bar (7200 psi) 250 bar (3600 psi) PU RU K22-P K22-R Hydraulic.no seal-jet. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PROFILE K23-N DESCRIPTION Hydraulic. 3 K19-F K20-R -50 °C . large tolerance range.. +110 °C 0. +110 °C -50 °C . +110 °C 0. K23-F -200 °C .. External guiding elements required.7 m/s 600 bar (8700 psi) PU K17-P K17-R Hydraulic. -30 °C .7 m/s 0. single acting Simple cup seal. +260 °C As designed As designed * Hydraulic..7 m/s 0.5 m/s 500 bar (7200 psi) 250 bar (3600 psi) PU RU K21-P Hydraulic.. +110 °C -50 °C . +200 °C 0. double acting Profile-ring activated compact piston seal with integrated backup rings. compact piston seal. SPEED MAX. -30 °C . Design for high pressure range. good sealing effect for high viscosity fluids. single acting Chevron sealing set. Improved sealing..5 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 250 bar (3600 psi) PU RU K23-H Hydraulic. +200 °C 0.. Also commonly used as O-ring replacement. low friction and good dry running properties. K35-P Hydraulic. single acting Symmetric piston seal with support ring for simple applications to serve repair purpose. Also used for food filling/portioning equipment. External guiding elements required. +110 °C -50 °C ..

3 Guide rings made out of fabric reinforced resin and various thermoplastics have replaced the use of metallic guides. In order to obtain correct positioning the guide rings must have capability to withstand radial loads acting on piston and rod..1 m/s and 60 ºC.SEALS OVERVIEW | GUIDE RINGS SEALS OVERVIEW | GUIDE RINGS GUIDE RINGS ■ PROFILES OVERVIEW Please observe that the presented guide rings are well suited as generic construction elements. If the listed materials does not suit your application contact Seal-Jet Norge AS. Order details (F01) In addition to material. Not only used as guide ring. PROFILE F05 DESCRIPTION Guide ring F05 With integrated collar on inside diameter. +260 °C 15 m/s 10 N/mm2 POM1 -50 °C . Piston guide ring. 3 Table 5. This has resulted in a considerably longer service life for hydraulic cylinders. Increased speed and/or temperature will reduce maximum value. split and non split design available. F07 Guide ring F07 With groove on inside diameter. load. F03 Guide ring F03 For piston application. Split and non split design available. Are you familiar with the functional parameters such as service temperature. Rod guide ring rod diameter groove diameter groove length FL3 -200 °C . MATERIAL FL2 TEMPERATURE -200 °C . and can be supplied in almost any material. +100 °C 4 m/s 25 N/mm2 PA1 -40 °C . F01 F04 ØD Ød L cylinder bore groove diameter groove length Table 7. +260 °C MAX. 42 seal-jet. +260 °C 15 m/s 7. indicated dimensions are required to process an order. Split and non split design available.5 N/mm2 FL13 -200 °C . Angled design combines guide ring and backup ring function. non split design available (bushings). as well as traditional bushing/bearing elements! The function of guide rings is to prevent metallic contact between surfaces of moving parts. +100 °C 4 m/s 20 N/mm2 ST200 -40 °C . Guide ring specifications Fig. F08 Guide ring F08 With groove on outside diameter.. majority of applications require split version for installation into closed housings. PROFILE F01 DESCRIPTION Guide ring F01 Most common guide ring for rod or piston application.. for piston application. 5. PERPENDICULAR) * 6 N/mm2 Table 6.. 4.. also as plain washer or spacer. Split and non split design available. Used in many standard cylinders. Split and non split design available. F01 Ød ØD L Fig. for piston application.. for rod application. SPEED 15 m/s MAX COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH (DYNAMIC. speed and type of hydraulic medium? We will help you when choosing the most appropriate guide ring material! The profiles presented below are also suitable as construction elements. for rod application. F02 Guide ring F02 For rod or piston application.no 43 .. Piston guide ring Guide ring F04 As profile F03 but for rod application. Several other materials are available. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice. Split and non split design available.. Rod guide ring..... +130 °C 1 m/s 90 N/mm2 *Valid for 0.no seal-jet. F06 Guide ring F06 With integrated collar on outside diameter.

.. +260 °C -200 °C ... temperature and media. PROFILES OVERVIEW 3 PROFILE ST08 DESCRIPTION PROFILE ST11 DESCRIPTION Backup ring Standard active backup ring for rod seal type PD. +110 °C -20 ºC … +110 ºC Several other materials are available. they tend to extrude into the radial gap between the steel parts already at low pressures and are thereby destroyed. Table 8. designed for automatic pressure activation. +100 °C -60 ºC … +260 ºC -50 °C .. Split and non split design available. A possible solution is to combine O-rings with backup rings. Fits in special shaped housings. Backup ring Common inactive backup ring. The right material must be selected to suit the need of the application with respect to pressure. However. Split and non split design available. Also used as integrated active backup ring in special high pressure or low friction seal profiles. If the listed materials do not suit your application contact Seal-Jet Norge AS. The use of backup rings is a widely used solution for this problem. designed for automatic pressure activation. At high pressures other types of seals may also be in danger of being extruded through the radial gap. Split and non split design available.no 45 .. Also used as integrated active backup ring in special high pressure or low friction seal profiles.. Normally already included in PDtype seal profiles.. Split and non split design available ST12 Backup ring Triangular backup ring for rod applications. Temperature range for backup rings Material FL2 FL3 FL5 FL13 POM1 PA1 PEEK1 PU XPU Temperature -200 °C . ST10 Backup ring Standard active backup ring for piston seal type PD.. 44 seal-jet. ST13 Backup ring Triangular backup ring for piston applications...SEALS OVERVIEW | BACKUP RINGS BACKUP RINGS ■ O-rings are often used as static sealing elements in hydraulic systems.. ST09 Backup ring Common inactive backup ring especially for O-rings to avoid gap extrusion. +260 °C -200 °C . mainly used with O-rings to avoid gap extrusion. Fits in special shaped housings. +100 °C -40 °C . Split and non split design available. +260 °C -200 °C . Split and non split design available. +260 °C -50 °C . Normally already included in PDtype seal profiles.. gap..

SEALS OVERVIEW | ROTARY SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | ROTARY SEALS ROTARY SEALS ■ PROFILE R01-AS DESCRIPTION TEMPERATURE MAX SPEED MAX. +200 °C 0. mainly as protecting element for bearings.. -50 °C .. Order details ød øD L inside diameter ouside diameter groove length Fig 6.. temperature. +110 °C -50 °C . Integrated O-ring necessary for static sealing in the housing. +200 °C 6 m/s 30 m/s 0. Single acting rotary shaft seal Split version of a spring-loaded lip seal with solid outer section for axially open housings with clamping plate fixation. R05-A -40 °C . pressure.5 bar (7 psi) 0. +200 °C 6 m/s 30 m/s 0.5 bar (7 psi) PU RU Double acting rotary seal Space saving rotary seal for pivoting motion in hydraulic systems...2 m/s 160 bar (2300 psi) 100 bar (1450 psi) PU RU R01-AF Single acting rotary shaft seal Spring. suitable for high speed/pressure applications. velocity.2 m/s 160 bar (2300 psi) 100 bar (1450 psi) PU RU 46 seal-jet..3 m/s 0.loaded lip seal with solid outer section for axially open housings with clamping plate fixation. but with additional dust-lip to avoid ingress of dust and dirt. +80 °C -50 °C ..no 47 .3 m/s 0. +110 °C -50 °C . indicated dimensions are required to process an order. Mainly used for rolling mills. dynamic sealing lips on outside diameter. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE Rotary seals are used in a variety of applications. +80 °C -50 °C ..... Mainly used for rotary pivots on excavators. for shipbuilding industry and civil engineering. Mainly used for repair purpose on rolling mills..2 m/s 400 bar (5800 psi) 250 bar (3600 psi) PU RU -40 °C . PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE Rotary seal with integrated backup rings for pivoting motion in hydraulic systems... Rotary seals are used in various applications..5 bar (7 psi) PU RU R04-A Double acting rotary seal Space saving rotary seal for pivoting motion in hydraulic systems. R03-P / R03-R Double acting rotary seal DESCRIPTION TEMPERATURE MAX SPEED MAX. -40 °C . Excellent chemical and thermal resistance. +100 °C -30 °C .5 bar (7 psi) PU RU PROFILES OVERVIEW PROFILE R01-P / R01-R Single acting rotary shaft seal Spring-loaded lip seal with retainer ring for press-fit installation into axially open housings. spiral moving). for shipbuilding industry and civil engineering. Press fit on outside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing. Housing for rotary seal wSingle acting rotary shaft seal Spring-loaded lip seal for press fit installation into axially open housing.. Multi-element rotary seals are generally supplied as a complete set. +200 °C 0.5 bar (7 psi) PU RU R01-F 3 Order details In addition to seal profile and material. +200 °C 6 m/s 30 m/s 0. +80 °C -50 °C .. Wide range of applications in every sector of industry. +80 °C -50 °C . the O-ring in R09 does not have to be ordered separately..g. oscillating. and the type of seal used is dependant on many factors such as type of movement (rotating.. dynamic sealing lips on inside diameter.5 bar (7 psi) 0. grabs -40 °C . mainly for sealing of media against rotating shafts.3 m/s 0. Interference fit on inside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing. large gear mechanisms in heavy duty machinery..no seal-jet. media and direction of pressure(s). Press fit on outside diameter maintains stable fit in the housing..5 bar (7 psi) 0.. -50 °C . +200 °C 6 m/s 30 m/s 0. backup rings permit larger extrusion gap / higher pressure. e...5 bar (7 psi) 0.. Table 9. -40 °C . large gear mechanisms in heavy duty machinery. -100 ºC +260 ºC 12 m/s 15 bar (210 psi) FL 3 R02-P / R02-R Single acting rotary shaft seal As profile R01-P/R01-R... +200 °C 0..

rotary seal. rotates with the shaft.. such as hose reels.. Acting as a seal. dirt.. +110 ºC 350 bar (5000 psi) 350 bar (5000 psi) For low friction.2 m/s FL XPU -25 °C . +110 ºC 0. R11-F -50 °C ... +200 °C -20 ºC . but with a profile ring energizer instead of the O-ring. 0. dirt. rotating track rings and machine tool hydraulics.. Valve-stem seal with PTFE jacket -50 °C .2 m/s 350 bar (5000 psi) 350 bar (5000 psi) FL XPU R07-P / R07-R Axially acting rotary seal Elastic. oil splash.SEALS OVERVIEW | ROTARY SEALS SEALS OVERVIEW | ROTARY SEALS PROFILE R06-P / R06-R DESCRIPTION TEMPERATURE MAX SPEED MAX. water splash and similar media. +260 °C 40 m/s 25 bar (360 psi) FL 3 Single acting rotary seal Spring-less rotary lip seal with arbitrary preload on inside and outside diameter in order to design the seal to different specific needs.4 m/s 0.. deformed sealing lip acts self adjusting on increasing temperature. Improved sealing. For heavy duty applications and non standard housings.no seal-jet.5 m/s 1000 bar (14500 psi) FL/RU 48 seal-jet. +200 °C 25 m/s 25 m/s N/A PU RU As profile R10-F. low friction rotary seal.. excellent wear resistant V-Ring with interference fit on the shaft. +200 °C 0. elastic secondary seal or integrated O-ring necessary for static sealing in the housing.. such as hose reels. thrust blocks or the outer race of roller bearings. rotates with the shaft. sealing axially against shaft collars. Good chemical and thermal resistance achievable by selection of suitable O-ring material with PTFE-materials. -200 °C . fittings or pivoting joints in chemical industry. Excellent chemical and thermal resistance... +100 °C 0. longevity and easier installation with XPU. As designed As designed As designed As designed R12-F Single acting PTFE flange seal Finger-spring activated flange seal. thrust blocks or the outer race of roller bearings. +200 °C -30 ºC . longevity and easier installation with XPU. rotating track rings and machine tool hydraulics.. R09-FS Double acting rotary seal As profile R09-F. -200 °C . +110 °C -50 °C . suitable for high speed applications. acting as anti-twist device. -30 °C .. +200 °C -20 ºC .. +200 °C -20 ºC ..and slinger ring. Suitable for relatively high pressure and high speed. 3 R08-A R09-F -200 °C . water splash and similar media. Mainly used in applications with alternating pressure from one side of the seal to the other.... For axially open housings with clamping plate fixation. swivel joints. Acting as a seal. +110 °C -50 °C ..2 m/s 350 bar (5000 psi) 350 bar (5000 psi) FL XPU R19-F Single acting PTFE rotary seal Finger-spring activated PTFE seal with integrated clamping flange on the back of seal for clamping fixation. protecting the bearing against dust.4 m/s 0.... +110 ºC 0. +260 °C Double acting rotary seal O-ring activated. swivel joints.and slinger ring. Double acting rotary seal -50 °C . mainly used on flanges.no 49 . Good chemical and thermal resistance achievable by selection of suitable O-ring material with PTFE-materials. +200 °C 25 m/s 25 m/s N/A PU RU Single acting PTFE rotary seal Space saving rotary seal... sealing axially against shaft collars. Mainly used in applications with alternating pressure from one side of the seal to the other. As designed As designed * -50 °C .. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE Axially acting rotary seal Elastic. but with a profile ring energizer instead of the O-ring. oil splash. Mainly used as valve seal in oil industry/offshore applications. protecting the bearing against dust..4 m/s 0. Improved sealing.....4 m/s 0. For heavy duty applications and non standard housings. Rubber energizer and backup ring material to suit application. +260 °C As designed As designed * -30 °C ..2 m/s 350 bar (5000 psi) 350 bar (5000 psi) FL XPU R30-A R10-F Double acting rotary seal O-ring activated. Rubber energizer automatically increases preload as leakage results in swell. excellent wear resistant V-Ring with interference fit on the shaft. PRESSURE MATERIAL CODE PROFILE R10-FS DESCRIPTION TEMPERATURE MAX SPEED MAX. Excellent chemical and thermal resistance.. excellent chemical and thermal resistance. low friction.

SEALS OVERVIEW | STATIC SEALS

SEALS OVERVIEW | STATIC SEALS

STATIC SEALS
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PROFILE
R16-R

DESCRIPTION

TEMPERATURE

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MATERIAL CODE

addition to the well known O-ring - profile R13 - the following are our standard machined profiles for static sealing. They are widely used in all kinds of applications and can be modified to suit your specific needs. See section “O-ring and O-ring replacements” for more details regarding O-rings and other static sealing solutions.
ød øD inside diameter ouside diameter groove length Table 10, Order details For seals with circular or square cross sections, inner diameter and cross section are sufficient dimensions for ordering

X-ring
Permits larger tolerances both radial and axial. Avoid twist during assembly and under linear movement. Lower contact pressure and reservoir for lubrication result in lower friction.

50 ºC... +110 ºC -50 ºC... +200 ºC

As designed As designed

PU RU

R20-P
Single acting flange seal

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PROFILES OVERVIEW
PROFILE
R13

Flange seal for static applications, suitable for high pressure range. Direction of pressurization (from inside or outside) must be indicated when ordering the seal.

-50 °C ... +110 °C

800 bar (11600 psi)

PU RU

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R35-A

O-ring
Well known, simple O-ring with proven reliability in multiple applications in every sector of industry. Excellent adaptation possibilities for diverse temperatures and media by selection of suitable seal material. Mainly used as static seal or as preloading element for composite-seals. For dynamic applications we recommend profiles like S20/K20 or S35/K35.

Single acting flange seal
Flange seal for static applications, suitable for high pressure range. Direction of pressurization (from inside or outside) must be indicated when ordering the seal.

-200 ºC... +260 ºC

As designed

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800 bar (11600 psi) 250 bar (3600 psi)

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R14
Square ring
Simple square ring, mainly used for static applications or as gaskets. Excellent adaptation possibilities for diverse temperatures and media by selection of suitable seal material.

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R15-P
Double seal
Improved sealing compared to O-ring. During assembly no twisting will occur and there is no risk of bad backup ring position. O-ring and backup ring are more sensitive to pressure pulsing resulting in ingress of dirt in between the sealing elements. High resistance to extrusion by material choice.

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SEAL
Seal-Jet Norge AS innovative and modern production technology together with our unique experience enables us to produce seals to fit almost every housing and application. However, for new designs we recommend that certain guidelines regarding the housing dimensions are followed. These guidelines are presented in this chapter for the most common and suitable seal profiles.

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RECOMMENDATIONS
In addition to the housing recommendations profiles S01-P, S09-E, K01-P/PE and K08-D are described in more detail. Given the correct material choices these profiles will meet the demands for most applications for rod and piston-sealing

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SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | WIPERS

SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | WIPERS

WIPERS – HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS
A01-A A04-A

Table 1, Wipers A01 and A04. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.

ød 6 – 100

øD ød+8 ød+12 ød+15

øD1 ød+6 ød+9 ød+11

L 4 5.5 6.5

L1 1 1.5 2

H* 7 10 13

R1 0.4 0.4 0.4

R2 0.3 0.4 0.6

A01-A
A01-A is a recommended wiper with press fit on outside diameter, providing technically accurate closure at the cylinder. • Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt • Backflow of residual lubrication film • Back support area prevents tilting of wiper • For housings according to ISO 6195-TypeA

A27-F
A27-F is a recommended wiper with O-ring as preloading element. • Wiping edge assures a reliable protection against penetration of dust and dirt • Excellent chemical and thermal resistance (depends on O-ring) with PTFE-material • Improved wiping, longevity and easier installation with XPU

100 – 150 > 150

* H=Total wiper height

A02-A

A05-A

A11-A

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Table 2, Wipers A02, A05 and A11. Dimensions recommended for standard housing. ød 6 – 50 50 – 100 > 100 øD ød+8 ød+10 ød+15 øD1 ød+4 ød+5 ød+7.5 L 5 6 8.5 L1 min. 2 min. 2 min. 2 H* 8 9.7 13 R1 0.4 0.4 0.4 R2 0.3 0.4 0.6

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A06-A

> 200

* H=Total wiper height

Fig. 1, Housing for wiper A01, A02, A04, A05, A11.
Lead-in chamfer on the rod is designed to suit the rod seal used. For surface finish see end of section.

Fig. 2, Housing for wiper A03, A06.
Lead-in chamfer on the rod is designed to suit the rod seal used. For surface finish see end of section.

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1 . 4 .0 2.0 ≤ 95% 56 seal-jet.5 14.0.6 ≤ 3.5 ød+1.99 8. For surface finish see end of section.2 0.2 0.5 L 4.no seal-jet.6 ød+8.0 ød+2.2 0.5 0.0 8.5 L 3. Housing for wiper A12.8 ød+8.3 L (A12-B) 4.2 0.5 18.4 0.4 R2 0.1 5.0 21.2 O-ring BS 0xx/1.62 BS 2xx/3.33 BS 4xx/6. Fig.4 11.4 0.7 5.2 6. Fig.5 ød 6 – 70 12 – 155 45 – 325 145 – 540 øD ød+4.0 ød+27.no 57 .0 6.5 ød+1. 4 Lead-in chamfer on the rod is designed to suit the rod seal used.1 6.5 18. Wiper A26-F.3 ≤ 15 > 50% Ra (µm) ≤ 0.8 6.5 17.5 15.1 4.33 BS 4xx/6. A27-F 265 – 650 > 400 4 Lead-in chamfer on the rod is designed to suit the rod seal used.3 8. Housing for wiper A26.2 0.2 0.0 L1 1.4 0.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | WIPERS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | WIPERS Table 4.53 BS 3xx/5.4 0. Wiper A27-F.5 10.5 0.4 Table 5.4 0. Wiper A12-A and A12-B.5 11.0 R2 0.99 8.5 2.7 1.0 4. ød 20 – 40 40 – 70 70 – 120 120 – 200 > 200 øD ød+8 ød+10 ød+13 ød+16 ød+20 øD1 ød+5 ød+6 ød+7 ød+10 ød+12 L (A12-A) 3.5 13.0 ≤ 6.6 2.0 ød+2.3 øD1 ød+1.0 R1 0.0 22.8 ød+12. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.0 1.78 BS 1xx/2.0 ød+1.0 14.5 0.2 O-ring (2x) BS 0xx/1.62 BS 2xx/3.5 ≤ 0.5 ød+2.2 2.0 ød+2.2 0.0 24.6 8.5 ≤ 2.2 ød+16.5 ød+2.8 10.8 ød+6.0 2.0 øD1 ød+1.8 ød+12.0 7. For surface finish see end of section.0.5 0.2 ød+16.78 BS 1xx/2.0 2. WIPER HOUSING DETAILS Surface roughness Sliding surface for PU/RUBBER seals Sliding surface for PTFE seals Bottom of groove (Rt1 / Ra1) Groove face (Rt2 / Ra2) Bearing area Tp Rt (µm) ≤ 2.0 4.0 ød+20.3 ≤ 1. Table 7.8 H* (A12-A) H* (A12-B) 8.1 8.0 R1 0.0 ød+2.5 ød+24.5 ød+2.5 3. Dimensions recommended for standard housing. A27.2 0.53 BS 3xx/5. ød 20 – 50 40 – 80 70 – 165 øD ød+7.05 .2 0. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.5 R1 0.2 0. 3.5 1.1 11.0 R2 0.4 A12-A A12-B A26-F 140 – 525 400 – 650 > 650 Table 6.4 1.

35 0. G: governed by design of guide ring groove or depending on the application Rod ød 5 – 45 20 – 50 30 – 90 40 – 200 120 – 300 180 – 500 400 – 700 > 700 øD ød + 8 ød + 10 ød + 13 ød + 15 ød + 20 ød + 25 ød + 30 ød + 40 L 6.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS ROD SEALS – HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS S01-P S01-P is our standard u-cup rod seal. HFA and HFB fluids.8 5.5 11 14.55 0.25 0.4 0.8 0.5 m/s possible if used as secondary seal) Temperature: .2 0.15 0.3 7. avoids damage to seal during installation. S01-P profile S01-P has the following advantages: • • • • • Excellent static and dynamic sealing Good back-pumping ability High wear resistance/operational reliability Good chemical resistance Can be used as an individual seal or as secondary seal within sealing systems • Small cross sections possible Fig.no 59 .15 0.50 0.70 300 bar 0.2 0.20 0.4 0.5 m/s (1.55 0. For surface finish see end of section.50 0. with HPU being the most versatile and widely used. For applications demanding higher pressure or larger gaps. Housing for rod seal S01 Technical data: Material: HPU Pressure: Up to 400 bar Speed: Up to 0.60 0.2 0.25 0.30 0.4 0. 4 4 C 2.2 *specified extrusion gap is valid for a temperature of 50 ºC.0 Max radial extrusion gap “S”* 100 bar 0.3 7.40 0.5 18 24 32 R1 0.2 0.5 9.35 0.60 0.30 0.65 400 bar 0.18 0.0 6.20 0.2 0. S02-P (with active backup ring) is preferred.2 0.45 0.2 0.8 R2 0.0 2. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm. biologically degradable oils and water (up to 90 ºC). 58 seal-jet.3 3.no seal-jet.20 ºC to 110 ºC Media: Mineral based hydraulic oils. This profile can be produced in different polyurethanes. Lead-in chamfer.60 Table 8. called S01-R and S02-R.13 0.10 0.80 200 bar 0.25 0.35 0. Dimensions recommended for standard housings for S01-P.8 0.5 3. For demands regarding higher temperatures or increased chemical resistance profiles S01 and S02 may also be produced in different kinds of rubbers.5 10. C.65 0.20 0. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice. 5.8 0.45 0. Increased temperature will reduce permissible gap.8 0. S01-P in HPU S01-P can also be produced to fit almost any non standard housing.50 0.40 0.

consisting of a sealing element and an elastomeric O-ring energizer.no seal-jet.3 1.0 8. good stick-slip properties Technical data: Material: XHPU Pressure: Up to 600 bar (for higher pressures contact Seal-Jet Norge AS) Speed: Up to 5 m/s Temperature: .2 0.0 *specified extrusion gap valid up to 80 ºC.8 1.0 6. Together these materials are able to meet the demands of almost any application.2 0.40 12.0 R2 0.3 8.2 0.2 0.9 ød + 7.8 R1 0.5 0. Housing for rod seal S09. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice.2 0.8 2.9 19 – 37.9 256 – 649.3 0.33 BS 4xx/6.2 C 2.1 200 bar 0.2 3.0 10. HFA and HFB fluids.2 4.3 0.7 0.7 0.20 ºC to 110 ºC Media: Mineral based hydraulic oils.2 0.2 0.9 650 – 999.99 8.62 BS 2xx/3.2 0.2 0.4 0.1 0. up to 110 ºC. between 80 ºC and 100 ºC the gap size must be reduced by 25%. Fig.0 12.1 9. S09-E profile 4 S09-E in XHPU has the following advantages: • Excellent static and dynamic sealing effect • High wear resistance/operational reliability • Excellent extrusion resistance (for high pressure/large gap sizes) • Very good back-pumping ability (optimized sealing effect) • Easy installation (no mounting and calibration tools necessary) • Compact design • Low friction. S09-E in XHPU/NBR We can also supply S09-E or S09-ES to suit almost any non-standard housing.no 61 .SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS S09-E IN XHPU Profile S09-E is a single acting rod seal. Dimensions recommended for standard housing for S09-E.5 3.3 0.5 5.9 200 – 255.3 ød + 38 L 2.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.1 8.53 BS 3xx/5.3 0. 6.78 BS 1xx/2.1 0.5 4. We supply profile S09-E in XHPU/XSPU (hard grade polyurethanes) and PTFE-based materials. Max radial extrusion gap “S”* 100 bar 0.7 600 bar Rod ød 5 – 7.9 > 1000 øD ød + 4.5 3.2 0. biologically degradable oils and water (up to 90 ºC).5 ød + 24 ød + 27.0 1.5 0.2 0. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.4 0.4 Table 9. 4 0.5 0.5 0.1 ød + 20.3 0.7 0.8 400 bar 0.5 13.4 0. avoids damage to seal during installation.2 0.8 1.4 0. 60 seal-jet.9 38 – 199. S09-E in XHPU should be the preferred choice for standard hydraulic. excellent chemical resistance or very low friction.7 ød + 15.2 6. Lead-in chamfer.4 0.4 0.2 0. For surface finish see end of section.5 0. C.99 BS 4xx/6. whereas PTFE-based materials are the right choice for elevated temperatures.3 ød + 10.9 8 – 18.6 1.3 0.

2 0.2 C 2.5 4.0 6. S17.3 3.8 R1 0.3 0. S04. S02.50 ºC to 200 ºC (for higher temperatures contact Seal-Jet Norge AS) Media: Resistant to all chemicals except elementary fluorine and molten alkali metals S05-P S17-P S18-P S24-P 4 Lead-in chamfer.5 5.2 0.8 R2 0.3 0.5 0.4 0.2 3. Max radial extrusion gap “S”* 100 bar 0. S09-E in FL2/RU2 Table 10.3 7.9 > 1000 øD ød + 4. excellent stick-slip behaviour • Suitable for high speed applications • Excellent extrusion resistance (given suitable filler) • Compact design S01-P S02-P S03-P S03-F S04-P 4 Technical data: Material: PTFE-based Pressure: Up to 600 bar (for higher pressures contact Seal-Jet Norge AS) Speed: Up to 10 m/s Temperature: .6 1.2 ød + 38 L 2.1 8.33 BS 4xx/6.7 600 bar 0.2 0.no 63 .2 0.2 0.7 ød + 15. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice.2 4.0 10.4 0.2 0.1 200 bar 0.no seal-jet.3 0.2 0.78 BS 1xx/2.62 BS 2xx/3. S17.2 0.2 0. S03.3 8.0 12.9 256 – 649.5 0. 40 – 200 120 – 300 180 – 500 We can also supply S09-E or S09-ES to suit almost any non-standard housing.0 62 seal-jet.1 9. S03.5 0.2 C 2.2 0. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.2 0.9 19 – 37.5 3. Housing for rod seals S01.4 Rod ød 5 – 45 20 – 50 30 – 90 * specified extrusion gap is only valid for certain types of fillers and temperature.2 0. 400 – 700 > 700 øD ød + 8 ød + 10 ød + 13 ød + 15 ød + 20 ød + 25 ød + 30 ød + 40 L 6. C.4 0. S18 and S24.8 0.0 1.5 13.2 0.3 0.5 0.8 0.5 3. S05.99 8. S18.0 6.2 0.4 0.53 BS 3xx/5. partly based on ISO 5597.7 0.8 0.0 8.3 0.3 7.0 Table 11.4 0.2 6.5 9.1 ød + 20. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.3 1.5 11 14. S04.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS S09-E IN PTFE-BASED MATERIALS OTHER PROFILES U-cup rod seals S01.3 ød + 10. S24 Rod ød 5 – 7.9 200 – 255. For surface finish see end of section.8 2.4 0.2 0. 7.40 12.8 5.2 0.0 2.99 BS 4xx/6.2 0.8 400 bar 0. avoids damage to seal during installation.7 0. S09-E in PTFE-based materials has the following advantages: • Excellent chemical resistance (depending on O-ring material) • Excellent temperature resistance (depending on O-ring material) • Very low friction.1 0.8 1.0 R2 0.9 38 – 199. Dimensions recommended for standard housings for U-cup rod seals.3 0.4 0.9 8 – 18.2 0. S05.4 0.7 0.9 ød + 7.2 0.5 18 24 32 R1 0. S02. G: governed by design of guide ring groove or depending on the application Fig.4 0.5 0.8 1.1 0.5 10.2 0. Dimensions recommended for standard housing for S09-E.5 3.9 650 – 999.8 0.5 ød + 24 ød + 27.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.

0 ≤ 95% 64 seal-jet.4 ød + 12.5 15 R1 0.2 0. Spring-energized rod seal S19-F.4 0.2 C 5.4 0.0 12. avoids damage to seal during installation.5 18.05 .no seal-jet.2 3.2 0. for closed or semi-closed groove please contact Seal-Jet Norge AS.1 ød + 20.3 ød + 38 L 2.5 3.0 10.2 0.5 10.0.5 ≤ 2.4 0. S09-D.33 BS 4xx/6.7 5.99 Lead-in chamfer. Table 13.2 0.3 ≤ 15 > 50% Ra (µm) ≤ 0. S19-S Bearing area Tp Rt (µm) ≤ 2.0 12.2 0. Surface roughness Sliding surface for PU/RUBBER seals Sliding surface for PTFE seals Bottom of groove (Rt1/Ra1) Groove face (Rt2/Ra2) Fig.9 > 1000 øD ød + 4.2 0. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.3 8.0 5.5 5.4 0. Dimensions recommended for standard housing for rod seals S09-E.2 0.2 ød + 9.5 12.5 15.8 2. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.53 BS 3xx/5. Rod ød 5 – 7. Surface For surface finish see end of section.0 6.33 BS 4xx/6.3 1.4 0.2 0.99 8.2 0. 4 Lead-in chamfer.no 65 .1 . Use of split groove is recommended.8 R2 0.2 0.5 ≤ 0. For surface finish see end of section.5 11.1 9.8 R1 0.2 6.2 0.6 1. C.0 12.2 0.0 S09-D S09-E S09-P Table 14.0 8.9 19 – 37.1 9.0 (O-ring equivalent) BS 1xx/2.9 650 – 999.2 0.4 0.5 ød + 6.0 10.5 8.5 7.2 0.5 23.8 R2 0.1 8.5 4.0 5.9 200 – 255.8 0.5 3.0 12.2 0.0 30. S09-P. avoids damage to seal during installation. Rod ød 10 – 70 15 – 100 20 – 200 30 – 300 40 – 500 S03-S 50 – 1000 70 – 1400 100 – 1400 100 – 2000 øD ød + 6 ød + 8 ød + 10 ød + 12 ød + 15 ød + 20 ød + 25 ød + 30 ød + 40 L 4. C.9 38 – 199.8 0.8 7.2 0.0 ≤ 6.2 0.62 BS 2xx/3.9 8 – 18. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.2 4.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1. Spring-energized rod seal S03-S.78 BS 1xx/2. 8.5 13.2 C 2.4 0.7 ød + 15. Housing for rod seals S03-S.40 12.2 0.0 7. 9.8 0.99 BS 4xx/6.4 0.6 4.2 ød + 19 L 3.0 1.9 256 – 649.3 ≤ 1. Fig.0 4 S19-F roughness Rt < 4 µm. Rod ød 10 – 110 20 – 220 40 – 410 120 – 1115 > 1000 øD ød + 4.0 5.5 R1 0.8 0.9 ød + 7.0.0 8.3 ød + 10.6 ≤ 3.5 ød + 24 ød + 27.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROD SEALS Table 12.53 BS 3xx/5.4 0.0 R2 0. Use of split groove is recommended.2 C 5.62 BS 2xx/3.8 1. Housing for rod seals S09 ROD SEAL HOUSING DETAILS Table 15. for closed or semi-closed groove please contact Seal-Jet Norge AS.0 7.

8 5. For demands regarding higher temperatures or increased chemical resistance profiles K01 and K02 may also be produced in different kinds of rubbers.8 0. avoids damage to seal during installation.5 m/s Temperature: .20 øD – 25 øD .2 0.13 0.5 3.50 0.0 6.20 ºC to 110 ºC Media: Mineral based hydraulic oils.no 67 .8 0.no seal-jet.15 0.8 R2 0.18 0. K01 has the following advantages: • Excellent static and dynamic sealing • Excellent holding/positioning capability for single acting cylinders (K01-PE) • Back-to-back arrangements for double acting cylinders or for separation of fluids (K01-P) • High wear resistance/operational reliability • Good chemical resistance • Small cross sections possible K01-P K01-PE Lead-in chamfer.70 200 bar 0.0 2. Dimensions recommended for standard housings for K01-P.55 0.3 7.8 0.30 0.40 L 6 7 9. For single acting cylinders K01-PE is the preferred profile. Housing for piston seals K01 4 300 bar 0. C.45 0.4 0. biologically degradable oils and water (up to 90 ºC).5 10. For applications demanding higher pressure or larger gaps.55 400 bar 0.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS PISTON SEALS – HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS K01-P AND K01-PE K01 is our standard single acting u-cup seal piston seal.2 0.40 0.60 0. K01 can also be produced to fit almost any non standard housing. Fig.2 0.50 0.60 Bore øD 12 – 40 25 – 60 50 – 140 100 – 300 125 – 500 500 – 750 > 750 ød øD .30 0.8 øD .10 0. 10.5 16 20 26 R1 0.8 0. G: governed by design of guide ring groove or depending on the application Max radial extrusion gap “S”* 100 bar 0.35 0. HFA and HFB fluids.45 0. whereas K01-P is preferred in back-to-back arrangements.10 øD – 15 øD .25 0.50 Table 16.15 0.20 0. For surface finish see end of section.5 12.2 C 2. called K01-R and K02-R.30 øD .55 0. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice.4 0. K02-P (with active backup ring) is preferred.25 0.45 0.40 0.50 0.2 0.40 0. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.2 0. K01-P in HPU 66 seal-jet.2 0. Increased temperature will reduce permissible gap. with HPU being the most versatile and widely used. These profiles can be produced in different polyurethanes.20 0.0 *specified extrusion gap is valid for a temperature of 50 ºC. 4 Technical data: Material: HPU Pressure: Up to 400 bar Speed: Up to 0.

3 8.no seal-jet.7. C.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS K08-D Profile K08-D is a double acting piston seal. whereas PTFE-based materials are the right choice for elevated temperatures.7 600 bar ød øD .0 1.4 0.5 0.4.0 R2 0.3 0.78 BS 1xx/2.2 C 2.0 330 – 669.53 BS 3xx/5. Technical data: Material: XHPU Pressure: Up to 600 bar (for higher pressures contact Seal-Jet Norge AS) Speed: Up to 5 m/s Temperature: . K08-D in XHPU should be the preferred choice for standard hydraulic.1 200 bar 0.4 0.2 6. excellent chemical resistance or very low friction. up to 110 ºC.9 133 – 329.21 øD .9 40 – 79.9 øD . Dimensions recommended for standard housing for K08-D.8 2.4 0.no 69 .15.24.3 1.5 0.5 øD . For surface finish see end of section. Standard bore øD 8 – 14.3 0.2 3.2 0.28 øD .5 5.6 1. Housing for piston seals K08.9 133 – 1000 670 – 999. 11.5 13.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.99 8. between 80 ºC and 100 ºC the gap size must be reduced by 25% K08-D in XHPU/RU1 We can also supply K08D or K08-DS to suit almost any non-standard housing.7 0.38 L 2.2 0. avoids damage to seal during installation.1 0.2 4.5 0.3 0.2 0. consisting of a sealing element and elastomeric O-ring energizer.8 1.2 0.30 ºC to 110 ºC Media: Mineral based hydraulic oils. K08-D 4 K08-D in XHPU has the following advantages: • Good static and dynamic sealing effect • High wear resistance/operational reliability • Excellent extrusion resistance (for high pressure/large gap sizes) • Fast pressurisation/no “blow-by” effect (due to lateral slots in sealing element) • Low friction.5 0.62 BS 2xx/3.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.8 R1 0.9 15 – 39. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice.5 øD .2 0.7 0. 68 seal-jet.5 0.3 0.0 10.5 3.1 9. biologically degradable oils and water (up to 90 ºC). HFA and HFB fluids.4 12.4 0. Together these materials are able to meet the demands of almost any application.2 0. 4 0.4 Table 17. We supply profile K08-D in XHPU/XSPU (hard grade polyurethanes) and PTFE-based materials. good stick-slip properties • Easy installation (no mounting and calibration tools necessary) • Compact design Fig.0 12.5 øD .2 0. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.2 0.7 0.2 0.9 Extended bore øD 8 – 40 15 – 80 15 – 133 40 – 330 80 – 670 Max radial extrusion gap “S”* 100 bar 0.0 8.99 BS 4xx/6.2 0.33 BS 4xx/6.0 6.1 8.5 3.11 øD .9 330 – 1000 > 1000 *specified extrusion gap valid up to 80 ºC.8 400 bar 0.2 0.1 0.5 4.2 0.8 1. Lead-in chamfer.9 80 – 132.2 0.

4 0. K08-D in FL13/RU2 Fig.5 0.0 6.no seal-jet.53 BS 3xx/5.5 0.2 0. K03.8 øD .8 R2 0.2 0.5 13.4 Bore øD 12 – 40 25 – 60 50 – 140 100 – 300 * specified extrusion gap is only valid for certain types of fillers and temperature 125 – 500 500 – 750 > 750 We can also supply K08-D or K08-DS to suit almost any non-standard housing.5 4.2 0.2 0.8 0.8 R1 0.2 C 2.10 øD – 15 øD .2 0.3 7.3 0.5 3.9 330 – 1000 > 1000 70 seal-jet.0 330 – 669.1 8.2 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.9 80 – 132. K03.1 0.28 øD .2 3.2 0.5 øD .0 R2 0.4 12.50 ºC to 200 ºC (for higher temperatures contact Seal-Jet Norge AS) Media: Resistant to all chemicals except elementary fluorine and molten alkali metals 4 Lead-in chamfer.38 L 2.2 0. Dimensions recommended for standard housing for K08-D.4 0.no 71 .5 12. avoids damage to seal during installation.3 0.5 10.8 5. K02.24.7 0.0 1.5 3.3 0.9 40 – 79.40 L 6 7 9.8 0.9 133 – 1000 670 – 999.5 5.9 133 – 329. K05.20 øD – 25 øD .2 0. Table 18.99 8.7 600 bar 0.5 0.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS OTHER PROFILES K08-D in PTFE-based materials has the following advantages: • • • • • • • Excellent chemical resistance (depending on O-ring material) Excellent temperature resistance (depending on O-ring material) Very low friction. K02.9 Extended bore øD 8 – 40 15 – 80 15 – 133 40 – 330 80 – 670 Max radial extrusion gap “S”* 100 bar 0.2 0. K04 and K05.4 0.5 3.9 øD .2 Standard bore øD 8 – 14.2 0.4 0. 12. For surface finish see end of section. K04.3 0. ød øD .4.7.11 øD .2 6.2 4.30 øD .2 0. excellent stick-slip behaviour Suitable for high speed applications Fast pressurisation/no “blow-by” effect (due to lateral slots in sealing element) Excellent extrusion resistance (given suitable filler) Compact design K01-P K02-P K03-P K03-F K04-P K05-P 4 Technical data: Material: PTFE-based Pressure: Up to 600 bar (for higher pressures contact Seal-Jet Norge AS) Speed: Up to 10 m/s Temperature: .99 BS 4xx/6.8 1.0 6.8 0.6 1.8 0.62 BS 2xx/3.3 1.33 BS 4xx/6.5 øD . C. R2 = 0.3 8.0 12. G: governed by design of guide ring groove or depending on the application ød øD . Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.1 200 bar 0.0 2.2 0.2 0. Housing for piston seals K01.3 0.9 15 – 39.2 C 2.2 0.1 0.21 øD .8 400 bar 0.0 8.8 1.4 0.2 0.0 10.4 0.7 0.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.7 0.78 BS 1xx/2.15.1 9.2 0.8 2. Dimensions recommended for standard housings for U-cup piston seals K01.0 Table 19.5 0.5 øD .5 0. Contact Seal Jet for tecnical advice.4 0.5 16 20 26 R1 0.3 0.

Surface roughness Sliding surface for PU/RUBBER seals Sliding surface for PTFE seals Bottom of groove (Rt1/Ra1) Groove face (Rt2/Ra2) Bearing area Tp Fig. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.6 1.12 øD .2 0.2 0.8 7.9 80 – 132.4.0 7.3 ≤ 1.0 5.6 øD .6 4.78 BS 1xx/2.9 40 – 79.15 øD .5 15 R1 0.no seal-jet. Dimensions recommended for standard housing. For surface finish see end of section.0 6.1 9.2 0.2 6.5 øD .3 1.0 ≤ 95% 72 seal-jet.4 0.33 BS 4xx/6.2 0.9 øD .5 R1 0.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | PISTON SEALS Table 20.9 133 – 329.5 ød . C.no 73 .4 0.2 ød .1 8. Use of split groove is recommended.2 0.9 15 – 39.8 øD .53 BS 3xx/5.0 12. K08-P K08-E 4 K19-F Bore øD 14 – 110 25 – 220 46 – 410 125 – 1115 > 1000 ød ød .2 0.15.2 0.19 L 3.2 0.0.30 øD .0 1.5 ≤ 0.2 C 2. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.2 C 5.0 8.8 0.5 15. Spring-energized u-cup piston seals K19-F.2 0.53 BS 3xx/5.5 23.1 .05 .5 11.4.0 (O-ring equivalent) BS 1xx/2. Fig.9 670 – 999.20 øD .3 8.0 Table 22.21 øD .4 0. Lead-in chamfer. Use of split groove is recommended.4 12. Dimensions recommended for standard housing.5 5.6.2 0.8 0.62 BS 2xx/3.4 0.10 øD .8 2.2 0.8 R1 0.2 0.0.2 0.0 ≤ 6.0 Standard bore øD 8 – 14.12. 14. K19-F.0 7. for closed or semi-closed groove please contact Seal-Jet Norge AS. For surface finish see end of section.2 4.5 3.2 0.0 10.24.2 0.3 ≤ 15 > 50% Ra (µm) ≤ 0.8 R2 0. Housing for piston seals K08 PISTON SEAL HOUSING DETAILS Table 23. Housing for piston seals K03-S.5 7.2 0.5 4.7 5. Extended bore øD 8 – 40 15 – 80 15 – 133 40 – 330 80 – 670 133 – 1000 330 – 1000 ød øD .0 12.4 0.1 9.2 0.5 ≤ 2.62 BS 2xx/3.8 R2 0. K08-P and K08-E.99 4 Lead-in chamfer.2 0.0 5.40 L 4. avoids damage to seal during installation. Rt (µm) ≤ 2.0 8.2 C 5. for closed or semi-closed groove please contact Seal-Jet Norge AS.0 10. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.0 30.8 0.0 R2 0. K08-D Bore øD 20 – 70 30 – 100 40 – 200 50 – 300 K03-S 70 – 500 90 – 1000 120 – 1400 160 – 1400 180 – 2000 ød øD .8 1.5 øD .4 0.2 3.4 ød .4 0.5 8.0 5. Spring-energized piston seal K03-S.2 ød .0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.8 0.38 L 2.4 0.5 12. avoids damage to seal during installation.5 13.9 > 1000 Table 21. 13.7.99 BS 4xx/6.0 12. Piston seals K08-D.5 10.5 øD .9 330 – 669.99 8.5 3.28 øD . C.0 12.6 ≤ 3.9.4 0.33 BS 4xx/6.25 øD .2 0.11 øD .5 18.

2 0.0 10.0.2 0.0.2 C 2. Housing for rotary seal R10 ROTARY SEAL HOUSING DETAILS Fig.53 BS 3xx/5. Housing for rotary seal R09 Table 26.5 ≤ 0.40 R10-F Bore øD 10 – 85 20 – 160 50 – 300 70 – 500 125 – 690 > 600 ød øD . Surface roughness Lead-in chamfer. C.2 C 2. Rod ød 8 – 70 12 – 140 20 – 320 R09-F 60 – 450 130 – 650 > 600 øD ød + 4.05 .5 R1 0.1 .4.9 øD .2 0.5 R2 0.2 4.4 0.28 R10-F Table 25.2 6.5 ≤ 2. 4 Fig.2 3.0 6.8 2.0 ≤ 95% Sliding surface for PU/RUBBER seals Sliding surface for PTFE seals Bottom of groove (Rt1/Ra1) Groove face (Rt2/Ra2) Bearing area Tp 74 seal-jet.99 8.3 1. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm.6 1.78 BS 1xx/2.5 3. L 2.2 0.0 10.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.5 3.8 2.33 BS 4xx/6.15.2 4.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROTARY SEALS SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | ROTARY SEALS ROTARY SEALS – HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS R09-F Table 24.2 6.no 75 .5 5. 15. For surface finish see end of section.1 9.6 1.2 0.2 3.5 4.11 øD .2 0.3 ≤ 15 > 50% Ra (µm) ≤ 0.5 ød + 21 ød + 28 L 2.0 O-ring BS 0xx/1.21 øD .7.9 ød + 7. 16.5 øD .62 BS 2xx/3.5 ød + 11 ød + 15. avoids damage to seal during installation.6 ≤ 3.5 R1 0.2 0.0 1.53 BS 3xx/5.3 ≤ 1. Rt (µm) ≤ 2.78 BS 1xx/2.40 4 Lead-in chamfer. avoids damage to seal during installation. C.5 5. Dimensions recommended for standard housing for R09-F.62 BS 2xx/3.3 8.5 4.0 6.no seal-jet.0 ≤ 6.2 0.5 R2 0.3 1.33 BS 4xx/6.99 8.5 øD .3 8.0 1.1 9. For surface finish see end of section. Surface roughness Rt < 4 µm. Dimensions recommended for standard housing for R10-F.4 0.2 0.2 0.

The minimum value for G and S is governed by the fact that the maximum radial play of the guide ring must be smaller than the maximum radial play of the metal parts.5–2. 17. To ensure proper functioning and sufficient axial support of the guide ring. The bore in front (pressure-side) of single-acting seals is often governed by the design of the guide ring groove..2 5. Guide ring F01 dimension recommendations Diameter 10-50 40-280 > 160 Cross section T 1.0 4. 76 seal-jet. Contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for technical advice. and may differ from the values of G. to suit existing groove dimensions or specific needs of your application. Table 28. material.0 2. Common groove widths for F01 L 4. Housing for guide ring F01 (rod).7 15 20 25 30 50 In addition to the listed values we are able to produce guide rings within a much wider dimension range.5-3. For design purposes both G and S must be within their respective limits. speed.no 77 .6 9. the maximum value of G is T/2. pressure.SEAL AND HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS | GUIDE RINGS GUIDE RINGS – HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS Table 27. medium etc. temperature. 18. Fig. The maximum allowable radial gap S on the non-pressure side of the seal is dependent on factors such as seal type.0 4 Fig. Housing for guide ring F01 (piston).

seal-jet. available for same day delivery in almost infinite diameter. We also offer state of the art warm vulcanized O-rings. and should definitely be considered for both design and maintenance purposes. Larger O-rings and other profiles are available in outside diameter up to 4000 mm. since the O-ring is also used for dynamic sealing in some applications.5 O-RINGS In this chapter we present the most common seal used for static sealing. the O-ring. These O-ring replacements represent an improvement in overall sealing effect. thermoplastic elastomer (polyurethane) and thermoplastic materials. However. Although this chapter only covers the most common profiles used for static sealing we are able to design and produce special sealing profiles to accommodate almost any application. Seal-Jet Norge AS stocks thousands of different O-ring dimensions in many different materials.no 79 . the term “static seal” is not entirely correct. In addition we are able to produce O-rings and O-ring replacement profiles in any diameter up to 600 mm 78 seal-jet. This applies to both elastomer (rubber). In addition to cover many of the aspects regarding O-rings we will also present profiles that are suitable to replace O-rings in both static and in dynamic applications.no AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS outside diameter for same day delivery.

EPDM is resistant to a range of different chemicals.5 mm – 50 mm. Extended range -30 ºC to 330 ºC. and is often used for applications with high demands for longevity and/or high pressure. Extended range -90 ºC to 260 ºC.1. Kalrez®. Temperature range -60 ºC to 200 ºC. Please note that standard FKM is not resistant against hot water (maximum 80 ºC). FKM is resistant to a wide range of different chemicals. combined with the elasticity of an elastomer. Extended range -50 ºC to 115 ºC. O-rings are also used as dynamic piston seals. The O-ring’s simple and effective design has made it the world’s most widely used seal. Extended range up to 130 ºC. but better elasticity than PTFE O-rings. This gives chemical resistance close to that of PTFE. drive belts and as energizers in sliding seals (composite seals). Because of its nonpolarity. and has low compression set. and media with high PH. NBR is typically used for oil-based hydraulics. PU is also a natural choice for dynamic sealing. Chemraz®. Extended range -50 ºC to 125 ºC. including glycol based brake fluids. VMQ (Silicone-Rubber) VMQ has good resistance to temperature.no seal-jet. Given correct grooves and O-ring material. weathering and saltwater. The indicated temperature range is depending on the quality. FPM. hydrogen sulphide and amines found in crude oil. Temperature range -35 ºC to 100 ºC. NBR also exhibits low gas permeation and very low compression set. rod seals. and in cross sections ranging from 0. FVMQ (Fluorsilicone-rubber) FVMQ is a modified silicone often used against oils and fuels given large variations in temperature. acids and solvents except molten alkali metals and elementary fluorine at high temperatures. amine corrosion inhibitors. seals for rotating shafts. Temperature range -200 ºC to 260 ºC. the O-ring may be used to seal against almost any liquid or gas. For special applications contact Seal-Jet Norge AS. Viton®) FKM has excellent resistance against high temperatures. PU (Polyurethane) PU is extremely resistant to abrasion compared to most elastomers. 80 seal-jet. In addition. Fig. FFKM also has low degassing when used in vacuum applications. steam.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS ■ O-rings ■ O-RING MATERIALS are available in a variety of different materials. thermoplastic elastomers. For many applications FEPM outperforms both FKM and FFKM with regards to overall sealability. low friction etc. d1 FKM (Fluorelastomer. water and steam. Temperature range -40 ºC to 150 ºC. Extended range -35 º to 275 ºC. However. PTFE (Polytetrafluorethylene. Temperature range -50 ºC to 110 ºC. ozone. as this causes extensive swelling. In addition. Aflas®) FEPM is resistant to a wide range of chemicals and HFA. O-ring 5 EPDM (Ethylene-Propylene-Diene-Rubber) EPDM has excellent resistance against ozon. PTFE is resistant to all known chemicals. d2 The size of an O-ring is always determined by inside diameter (d1) x cross section (d2). EPDM is not resistant to mineral oils and greases. PTFE can have various fillers to suit a given application. food-grade. Temperature range -0 ºC to 225 ºC. HNBR is also resistant to various oil additives. resistant to explosive decompression (ED). Perlast®. Temperature range -35 ºC to 110 ºC. drilling fluids and high temperature steam. CR (Chloroprene-Rubber. Extended range -50 ºC to 175 ºC. The extended range requires special compounds and/or intermittent short term operation. Temperature range -60 º C to 200 ºC. given that the temperature is within working parameters. FVMQ has the same good resistance to ozone and weathering as MVQ. Extended range -100 ºC to 210 ºC. Temperature range -20 ºC to 150 ºC. encapsulated by Teflon FEP®. In addition. criteria such as different hardness. O-rings can be used in many applications. O-rings can be delivered with inside diameters from 0. wipers. Extended range – 35 ºC to 175 ºC. The materials described below are the most frequently used. Temperature range -100 ºC to 200 ºC. FEPM is often used when there are mixtures of different media such as sour gas and oil.5 mm and upwards. HFB. hot water. TFE/P. Temperature range -20 ºC to 260 ºC. abrasion. and is also resistant against cooling liquids such as Freon. Due to poor mechanical properties MVQ is best suited for static applications. and is given as a standard range and as an extended range. see section Materials Overview. O-rings are very cost effective to produce in large quantities. HFC and HFD liquids. Teflon®) PTFE has excellent resistance against chemicals and temperature. chlorine solutions and petroleum based liquids. Perbunan®) NBR is the most common material used for O-rings. PU is available in many different compounds to suit a given application. solvents. FFKM is resistant to most kinds of acids. and are easy to install. Neoprene®) CR has very good resistance to ozone. and has good resistance against mineral based oils. Temperature range -15 ºC to 200 ºC. FEP O-rings are only to be used as static seals. FEP (Teflon FEP®) FEP O-rings has a core of either VMQ or FKM. ozone and weathering. FEPM (Tetrafluorthylene-propylene. but preferably as a static seal. and similar poor mechanical properties. Simriz®) FFKM has outstanding chemical and temperature resistance. aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons. 5 HNBR (Hydrogenated Nitrile-Butadiene-Rubber) HNBR is an enhanced NBR with good resistance to temperature. weathering. Extended range -10 ºC to 250 ºC. fuels and grease. FFKM (Perfluorelastomer. most of these materials are also available in special compounds to suit given NBR (Nitrile-Butadien-Rubber.no 81 . high-temperature. low temperature.

HYDRAULIC Preload [%] Pressure [bar] 20 15 10 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Cross section [mm] Max Min P=0 Fig.RADIAL Preload [%] 20 15 10 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Fig. Cross section [mm] Graph 4. The preloading assures the following: • Sealing effect even at low pressures.no seal-jet. and does not consider the barrelling of cylinders under pressure. PRELOAD DYNAMIC SEAL . recommended preload is between 15 to 35%.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS PRESSURE RESISTANCE The diagram shows maximum pressure before extrusion for a given hardness and diametral play. 2. 3.g. • Compensate for compression set in the O-ring material. 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Cross section [mm] Max Min 82 seal-jet. 30 25 PRELOAD DYNAMIC SEAL . 4. Graph 1.AXIAL Preload [%] Fig. 40 35 PRELOAD STATIC SEAL . both for steel parts and O-rings. Dynamic applications: 7 to 25% Static applications: 11 to 30% For axial installation. • Compensate for wear and tear both for steel parts and O-rings. use of backup rings or harder materials (e. As a general rule the O-ring should fill approximately 75% of the area in the groove.PNEUMATIC Preload [%] 15 10 5 0 5 Max Min Total diametral play [mm] Fig. the diagrams shown can be used to determine the preload. Please note that for O-rings in material VMQ and FVMQ the diametral play is half of what is shown in the diagram. use backup ring or PU O-ring When listing the diametral play the eccentricity is expected to be within narrow limits. the following values for preload apply in respect to the cross section for radial installation in hydraulic systems. 35 30 25 PRELOAD STATIC SEAL . polyurethane) is recommended. 6. When designing O-ring grooves. The use of backup ring or PU O-ring may prevent gap extrusion. For pressure or diametral play outside the limits. Depending on the application. O-ring with system pressure 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Cross section [mm] 5 Max Min 8 Graph 3. The diagram is valid for a temperature up to 70 ºC. PRELOAD Preloading of the O-ring’s cross section is decisive for the O-ring to work properly. 5.no 83 . Example of O-ring extruding through the gap. Other profiles are also an alternative. • Minimize the effect of the production tolerances. O-ring without system pressure 25 20 Graph 2. Pressure resistance P>0 Fig.

In addition excessive compression will make the O-ring difficult or impossible to install. 8. 8 and 9) the O-ring should be compressed between 1-2%. External groove Fig. Maximum elongation is 6%. thereby optimizing the service life of the O-ring. The decrease of cross section is approximately half of the elongation.no seal-jet. NBR 70 NBR 90 NBR 80 NBR 70 O-ring cross section d2 (mm) Cross section compressed 10% Cross section compressed 20% Fig. meaning that 1 % elongation yields 0. we need to know the compression forces. 11. Internal groove Fig. The compression forces depend on the initial preload of the cross section and the hardness of the O-ring (Shore). 9. Exceeding these guidelines will result in either to much decrease or increase of the O-ring’s cross section. 6 and 7) the O-ring should be stretched between 1-3 % of the diameter. The following guidelines should be considered: For installation in an internal groove (fig. Maximum compression is 3%. depending on the application. and to bridge production tolerances on both steel parts and the O-ring. External groove 84 seal-jet.5% reduction of cross section. Compression forces 5 Fig. The graph shows the specific compression force per cm of the seal circumference as a function of the cross section. 10.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS NBR 90 ELONGATION – COMPRESSION Compression forces ■ For NBR 80 N/cm maximum sealability the O-ring should either be elongated or compressed when installed. The reason for elongating or compressing the O-ring is to minimize movement during pressure cycles. For installation in an external grove (fig. 7.no 85 . which in turn may have a negative effect on the service life of the O-ring. Internal groove 5 Fig. In order to determine to force needed for static installation of O-rings.

10 7.10 14.00 2 backups b3 + 0.00 5.60 4.60 0.30 3.20/1.50 2.50 4.30 1.90 t1 + 0.00 3.70 5.00 1. 12. 13.00 Our backup ring profile ST09 is preferred for use in combinations with O-rings.10 11.70 2.50 3. O-ring Fig. examples of different functions: a) Static.10 1.99 7.40 4.70 3.30 7.30 5.00 4.40 1.70 2.70 7. Cross d2 1.00 4.2 2.10 11.40 2.30 2.40 5.60 7.50 4.30 0.20/1. For ordering purposes measurement h1 is given.40 1.00 10.30 1.30/1.80 1.50 5 Examples: 6.30 0.60 10.20 2.80 6.10 4.00 4.50 3.20 5. radial sealing with one backup-ring c) Dynamic.50 1.20 1.5 1.60 13.10 16.80 8.00 1.20 10.25 1.60/1.45 1.60/2.62 3.30 4.85 2.90 12.50 3.10/1.00 10.30 7.30 0.60 0.00 8.50 2. radial sealing with two backup-rings d) Axial sealing 86 seal-jet.60 4.00 15.2 3.60 4.70 11.15 2.20/2.10/1.50 4.70/1.10 3.70 3.05 1.60 0.25 2.00 4.00 4.20 1.10 3.10 3.05 2.40 1.80 1.10/1.no seal-jet.2 2.50 6.70 4.55 1.40 2.00 8.40 1.10 7.60 9.60 0.30/1.40 1.30 4.80 4.90 10. radial sealing with no backup b) Dynamic.00 5.50 8. O-ring groove with bevelled flanks Fig. 15.10 5.00 4.50/1.10 1.60 10. To determine free space in the groove h2 should be used.40 6.00 2.40/2.2 mm.40 5.60 d2 2.00 12.40 1.70 2.30/1.30 0.60 16.78 1. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RECTANGULAR GROOVE CROSS SECTION Groove depth Static Dynamic t + 0.00 4.70 2.05 1.00 1.60 2.60 4.30 6.50 3.20 5.50/1. section of the backup ring should be equal to the cross section of the groove.60/1.40 1.60 18.50 10.80 11.90 6.20/2.50 3.70 2.90 7.70 8.20/1.70 2.90 5.10 2.50 2.90 7.70 3.40 5.60 8.30 2.20 7. If backup rings are used.00 6.60/1.60 1.50 8.10 6. Designs with bevelled groove flanks up to 5º are permissible.30 1.40 8.10/1.20 6.10 9.50 4. 5 0 d1 ød 3.40 5.90 5.00 2.30 6.50 AXIAL INSTALLATION Groove depth Groove width Radius h + 0.10 3.80 5.70 3.60 11.90 5.40 2.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS Table 1 ■A rectangular groove is preferred for all new designs.00 10.60 0.40 1.80 15.10 6.80 6.50 3.40 9.70 2.30 3.00 3.30 8.60 0.60 0.60 14.20 4.70 7.00 1.80 10.50 6.60/1.50 5 5.50 5.40 3.60 0.80/2.10 14.70 2.60 7.00 2.10 ma x.20 9.10 7.00 Fig.50 8.40/2.60 0.40 2.3 4.60 12.60 0.33 Fig.40 1.80 3.no 87 .10 7.50 4.80 8.70 8.10 9.70 9.6 1.70 4.30 12.30 10.00 1.70 6.50 Backup ring height h1/h2 1.70/1. Backup-ring ST09 5.30 5.80 5.00 14.30 0.00 1. 14.10 4.70 6.00 r max 0.90 9.40 13.10 4.50 13.50 RADIAL INSTALLATION Groove width 1 backup b2 + 0. straight grooves are necessary.70/1.80 6.40 1.53 4.60 9.80 6.70 7.00 6.30 0.60 8.85 2.20 3.60 2.00 10.00 2.60 10.05 1.50 10.00 5. O-rings.70 3.00 1. The radius r2 shown in the drawing should be maximum 0.10 7.40 7.40 cs 2.10 9.00 No backup b1 + 0.00 2.30 0.65 2.20/2.50 1.10 2.60 b4 + 0.

25 0.00 3.80 1.30 0.00 8.25 1.20 0.10 3.50 8. For proper functioning of the O-ring the groove must be machined according to the measurements given in the table.20 2.30 • The O-ring should fill the groove nearly 100%. INSTALLATION TRIANGULAR GROOVE Cross section d2 1.05 1.00 3.85 7.53 5.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS Table 2 Table 4 Trapezoidal groove The trapezoidal groove is not recommended for standard applications.40 2.20 Radius (max) r1 0. For compressed O-rings the compressions should be minimum 4% and up to 23%.00 3.70 3.80 0.no 89 .70 6. 16.90 6.33 5.15 6.10 0.60 4.20 0.80 0. even for larger cross sections.50 4. One disadvantage is that the sealing effect is not reached until the O-ring closes the gap between piston and cylinder wall.40 0.20 0.25 5.05 3.85 Radius (max) r1 0. • The surfaces to be sealed and the groove must have good surface finish.10 0.20 0. With floating fit the outside diameter of the O-ring should be 2 to 4 % larger than the cylinder diameter.53 mm.80 3.00 5.25 Groove width b2± 0.75 5.70 6.00 6.30 8.60 O-ring for pneumatic dynamic applications For axial movement there are two ways of installing O-rings in pneumatic systems.53 5.10 2.78 2.99 8.40 7.80 0.00 Groove depth t1 2.2 0.33 5. • The O-ring material should have low gas permeation rate and low compression set.40 2.3 0.3 0.10 6.40 88 seal-jet.99 8.78 2.70 4.85 2.90 3. Some air/gas may escape during the pressure build-up.33 6.50 3.10 6. Smaller compression also makes it possible with smaller groove widths.30 4. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR VACUUM O-ring for vacuum applications When using O-rings for sealing a vacuum some different design criteria must be followed. depending on the cross section (see also section “PRELOAD”).10 6.05 2.25 0. Detail of trapezoidal groove Table 3 Fig.no seal-jet.45 7.55 6. and the O-ring must not rest on the bottom of the groove.60 4.10 0.60 1.90 7. but may prove useful in special cases. To avoid excessive friction and wear the compression should be kept small. 19.00 5.40 4.00 6.90 Groove width b1 ± 0.55 Groove depth tolerance [+] 0. as a larger contact area will reduce the diffusion rate trough the O-ring.60 1.10 4.25 0.62 3.40 0.78 2.50 0. For instance in overhead installations a trapezoidal groove will prevent the O-ring from falling out of the groove. Floating fit is suitable when O-rings are used as piston seals.4 Fig.05 6.50 4.2 2.00 b2 b1 5 Fig.30 Grove width b1± 0.70 6. • Preload of approximately 30% is recommended.10 0.00 6.10 3.80 0.90 Groove width b1+ 0.90 5.62 3. Trapezoidal groove Fig.05 2.80 5. The cross section of the O-ring is not compressed and this reduces friction and wear.70 4.99 r2 max is 0. Cross section d2 3. 18.60 1.40 3.40 INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRAPEZOIDAL GROOVE Groove depth h1± 0.00 6.99 Groove depth t + 0.60 4.00 6.33 5. Cross section d2 1. Triangular groove 8.80 0.85 9.30 3. 17.10 4.53 5.40 0. The use of rectangular grooves is preferred.05w 2. radial compressed or floating fit.20 4.20 4. INSTALLATION PNEUMATIC DYNAMIC APPLICATIONS – FLOATING FIT Cross section d2 1.50 7.40 4.20 0.90 3. Pneumatic floating fit 5 Table 5 Triangular groove Triangular grooves can be used for threaded flanges and caps.2 Groove depth t ± 0.35 7. The trapezoidal groove is only recommended for O-ring cross section from 3.4 0.50 r2 0.05 2.62 3.20 3.10 2.30 0.00 11.53 4.25 0.00 5.90 7.60 11.

Lead-in chamfers 90 seal-jet. Fig. shims or mounting tools.0 CLOSED 0.dynamic Mating surface Groove surface Mating surface Groove surface Table 7 SURFACE PROFILE RA RZ RMR Material contact surface The material contact surface.0 ≤ 16.0 4. Since O-rings are squeezed during installation.33 up to 6.5 2. 0. We recommend that the guidelines shown are used for machining of grooves and mating surfaces. Table 6 SURFACE FINISH Type of load Surface Mating surface (bore.1 . lead-in chamfers and rounded edges are vital to avoid damage to the O-rings. crucial for the sealability and longevity of the O-ring. • All parts should be cleaned and free from particles and dirt. Up to 50% elongation is usually permissible during assembly. • O-rings and opposite parts should be lubricated by O-ring lube or the medium to be sealed against.0 16. and subsequently the expected life-time of the O-ring. • Never use tools with sharp edges. but surface finish is absolutely INSTALLATION GUIDELINES.99 Cross section d2 Lead-in chamfers O-rings are easily damaged during assembly if the steel parts are not properly machined.no seal-jet.4 ≤ 1. Rmax.6 ≤ 0.5 4.5 3. shaft) Groove surface Radial .99 above 6. The values Ra.5 3. Rmr.62 up to 3.0 ≤ 10.0 Rz [µm] 0. can be within limits. but if the surface profile is open the O-ring will fail sooner due to wear/abrasion than with a closed profile.5 ≤ 10. O-RINGS • Lead-in chamfer and rounded edges on all parts that passes the O-ring.2 OPEN 1.0 ≤ 10. Pay extra attention for small diameters.no 91 .static Axial .0 .8 Radial . and must not be stretched in the joint.4.78 up to 2.63 . Rz.0.0 2.0 ≤ 6.3 Ra [µm] 0.2.5 5. • Do not over-stretch the O-ring during assembly.0 3.6 ≤ 1. • Do not roll the O-ring into the groove.5 up to 1. Even for static applications pressure pulses and temperature changes will cause movements of the O-ring relative to the steel parts.0 70% 5 Table 8 15º 2. 20. is crucial for dynamic applications as this has a huge impact on the wear of the O-ring material.53 up to 5.0 6.5 4. Vulcanized O-rings are especially sensitive to elongation.0 15% 5 LEAD-IN CHAMFERS Lead-in chamfers Z min 20º 1.static Pulsating pressures Rmax [µm] 1. rod.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS SURFACES AND INSTALLATION ■ Elastomeric O-rings will to a great extent adapt to irregular surfaces.1 1. • Threads should be covered by tape.

no 93 . Seal-Jet Norge AS offers a wide range of different PU materials.no seal-jet.4 1. Seal-Jet Norge AS manufactures O-rings up to 600 mm outside diameter.1 1.30 3. pneumatic or other applications where low friction is desired.0 1.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS PU O-RINGS ■ PTFE O-RINGS O-rings can also be delivered in PTFEbased materials.00 2. or other applications with frequent opening and closing.4 0.33 5.90 6.10 5. • Resistance against ageing.5 0.70 3.5 0. • LPU – low temperature grade for applications down to -50 ºC.60 7.2 1. The figure clearly shows the superior extrusion resistance for O-rings made of PU compared to elastomers. • XSPU – harder grade of SPU for higher pressures or larger gaps.60 4. • Sealing against gas. Seal-Jet Norge AS manufactures O-rings in PTFE-based materials up to 600 mm outside diameter.80 2. • XHPU – harder grade of HPU for higher pressures or larger gaps.30 7.90 3.40 2.00 8.2 1.1 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 Pressure [bar] Fig. PU 95 AU 95 NBR 90 NBR 90 92 seal-jet. Table 9 Due to PU´s exceptional high resistance to abrasion and extrusion.35 2. biological degradable liquids and mineral based oils.3 0. Below is a short description of the different materials (see also chapter “Materials overview”). • GPU – same as HPU.2 Groove depth t ± 0.00 mm. and has limited possibility to be stretched or compressed during installation.99 8.4 0. and should be considered given the following conditions: • High demands for chemical resistance. PTFE is a thermoplastic material with low elasticity. • Limited space (no room for backup-ring).15 3.5 1.6 Radial clearance [mm] 5 0.50 4. PTFE-based O-rings are only to be used as static seals. • Large gaps.50 5.5 0.8 1.70 6.70 8. • HPU – resistant against hydrolysis. • Couplings and connectors. FDA approved.7 0.00 5.60 2. 21 .0 O-rings made of PU should be considered under the following conditions: • High pressure. PU O-rings can be used in the same grooves as for elastomer O-rings. Groove dimensions are different from those for elastomers. • O-ring has to pass bores.3 0.80 9.0 1.78 2.5 2. and installation in axial easily accessible and radial spilt grooves is recommended.2 0.60 1. each with unique properties to suit most applications up to 110 ºC. • Food or drug applications.60 6.00 6.6 mm.0 1.30 6. The chart is valid only for static applications. HFA and HFB-fluids. with short lead times (same day delivery if necessary).2 1.20 7.6 0.90 4.20 Radius (max) r 0.15 2. this material is increasingly used for O-rings and other seals.8 2.40 5.6 1. and cross section from 1. cross section from 1.00 2.53 4.6 mm. • SPU – same resistance as HPU.40 r2 maximum 0.00 5.55 Groove width b1 + 0. • High or low temperature (260 ºC to – 200 ºC). and cross sections from 5. In addition we can supply O-rings up to 4000 mm outside diameter in GPU. with enhanced friction properties for use in gas.62 3.20 2. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PTFE O-RINGS Cross section d2 1.05 1. 5 RADIAL CLEARANCE 0. • Dynamic applications.00 3. In addition we can supply PTFE O-rings up to 2000 mm outside diameter. for large diameters 600 – 4000 mm.80 5.

00 3.30 419.50 59.00 3.10 Table 10 279.00 3.70 5.50 64.00 3.10 184.60 1.10 159. Warm vulcanization is a superior joining process compared to gluing.60 1.10 164. VMQ (Silicone).10 16.40 144.10 O-RING DIMENSIONS 34.30 D2 8.30 149.60 1.10 23.5%.00 d1 D2 5.30 16.70 5. VMQ (Silicone) and PU .00 3.30 11.20 39.70 5.20 69.70 5.60 1. The following pages list the dimensions for those two standards.10 13.20 64. EPDM.30 134.40 2.00 3.30 259.40 8.70 5.70 5.40 2.00 3.no seal-jet.20 42.70 5.10 179.00 3.10 20.70 5. However.20 34.60 1.60 1. but we are also able to manufacture O-rings either by turning or by warm vulcanization of O-ring cord.60 1.00 3.60 1.10 174.60 d1 3.60 1.30 15.40 8.60 O-RINGS – SMS 1586 STANDARD DIMENSIONS D2 2.60 1.70 5.10 169. 24.70 5.40 2.40 8.60 d1 d2 d1 69.00 3.60 1.30 209.40 8.70 5.30 17.70 5.70 5. From a designers viewpoint we recommend the use either of standard “BS 1806” or “SMS 1586”. however some dimensions are more widely used than others and act as a standard both with regards to diameter and cross section.50 249.60 1. Viton®GF.50 D2 3.60 1.40 239.40 2.00 3.50 79.50 54.50 144.70 5.20 59.00 3.70 d2 5.70 5. In addition Seal-Jet Norge AS offers greater flexibility regarding cross section for turned O-rings as all cross sections from 1.10 114.30 184.10 229.30 D2 8.10 89.30 169.10 6.70 5.10 109.10 ■ Seal-Jet Norge AS has several thousand O-ring dimensions in different materials in stock.50 124.50 D2 5.10 104.20 22.70 5.50 74.60 1.00 3. Tolerance on inside diameter for warm vulcanized O-rings is ± 0.30 379.70 5.70 5.10 28.30 94 seal-jet.30 5 O-RINGS – SMS 1586 STANDARD DIMENSIONS D2 1.60 d1 3.70 5.30 439.60 1. these types of O-rings are mainly recommended for static seals.20 24.60 1.40 2. We offer turned O-rings in materials such as NBR.70 5.10 32.10 14.10 21.50 134.20 74.00 d1 19.10 d2 1. FKM.30 174.00 d2 3.60 1.10 194. Turned O-rings have all the same application areas as moulded O-rings.00 3.60 1.00 3.30 289.30 194.10 94.30 359.60 1.20 54.30 4.60 1.70 5.30 239.40 8.00 3.70 5.20 49.30 144. d1 18.10 219. FEPM (Aflas®).10 31.10 10.70 5.10 27.70 5.70 5.40 8.00 3.70 5.40 2. HNBR.10 30.60 1.30 299.70 5.10 33.10 7.40 2.30 14.10 5 O-rings are available in almost any dimension.00 3.50 94.00 3.40 d2 1.40 2.70 5.40 8.30 13.60 1.60 1.70 5.30 10.40 8.00 3.10 17. As a result of this we are able offer same day delivery of any size up to 600 mm outside diameter for turned O-rings.30 7.no 95 .40 d2 8.10 154.00 3.70 d1 119.70 5.00 3. Other materials are available on request.10 12.50 84.40 2.30 154.70 5.30 219.40 2.40 d1 D2 3. We offer warm vulcanized O-rings in materials such as NBR.40 8.10 9.70 5.50 114.10 5.40 2.70 5.60 1.30 459.00 3.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RING PRODUCTION D2 1.70 5.50 129.70 5.30 12.10 149.70 5.70 5.70 5.30 399.40 8.10 8.60 1. 37.40 2.30 159.40 8.20 49.60 1.10 99.70 5.00 d2 3.50 89.60 1.10 26.30 5.10 11.30 D2 2.40 2.50 119.30 164.30 9.10 249.00 3.70 5.60 1.40 d2 2.10 15.40 8.10 The major advantage of turned O-rings is the absence of the somewhat weaker joint found in vulcanized or glued O-rings.40 2.70 5.50 108.20 26.50 139.20 36.60 1. EPDM.10 19.10 25.30 129. and infinite diameter for warm vulcanized O-rings.70 d2 5.40 8.10 4.60 1.70 5.30 8.10 22. FKM (Viton®).20 44.30 199.70 5.10 209.30 6.10 199.20 32.30 179.00 3.70 5.50 104. different PU materials and PTFE-based materials.30 124.40 8.70 d1 44.30 139.40 d2 8.10 35.00 3.10 339.6 mm and upwards are available.70 5.20 29.20 84.10 29.10 36.70 5.30 319.30 269.30 499.10 189.70 5.60 1.60 1.60 1.30 189.30 479.00 3.00 3.20 79.70 5.00 3.40 8.50 99.30 229.70 5.

82 177.59 23.84 120.no 97 .86 532.92 215.40 69.37 13.77 BS NO.87 196.72 135.12 32.59 405.62 113.27 88.92 85.64 148.42 126.34 56.14 85.95 69.08 633.74 31.64 55.74 1.89 247.78 2.67 116.17 18.88 BS NO.47 170.12 164. BS 353 BS 354 BS 355 BS 356 BS 357 BS 358 BS 359 BS 360 BS 361 BS 362 BS 363 BS 364 BS 365 BS 366 BS 367 BS 368 BS 369 BS 370 BS 371 BS 372 BS 373 BS 374 BS 375 BS 376 BS 377 BS 378 BS 379 BS 380 BS 381 BS 382 BS 383 BS 384 BS 385 BS 386 BS 387 BS 388 BS 389 BS 390 BS 391 BS 392 BS 393 BS 394 BS 395 D1 126.52 189.92 82.99 291.32 88.47 52.99 21.77 158.99 26.42 1.37 129.07 1.29 142.59 129.16 BS NO.69 34.37 145.82 46.52 189.57 72.17 53.02 123.89 23.82 41.77 291.17 64.02 101.12 139. BS 201 BS 202 BS 203 BS 204 BS 205 BS 206 BS 207 BS 208 BS 209 BS 210 BS 211 BS 212 BS 213 BS 214 BS 215 BS 216 BS 217 BS 218 BS 219 BS 220 BS 221 BS 222 BS 223 BS 224 BS 225 BS 226 BS 227 BS 228 BS 229 BS 230 BS 231 BS 232 BS 233 BS 234 BS 235 BS 236 BS 237 BS 238 BS 239 BS 240 BS 241 BS 242 BS 243 BS 244 D1 4.82 12.87 60.17 29.29 278.75 75.66 456.22 50.37 129.24 2.92 63.34 164.06 2.94 136.47 170.88 5 BS 021 BS 022 BS 023 BS 024 BS 025 BS 026 BS 027 BS 028 BS 029 BS 030 BS 031 BS 032 BS 033 BS 034 BS 035 BS 036 BS 037 BS 038 BS 039 BS 040 BS 041 BS 042 BS 043 BS 044 5 96 seal-jet.44 94.60 63.12 10.99 d2 1.12 177.69 62.17 183.65 37.41 506.72 135.68 608.26 430.29 13.17 329.33 d2 6.07 158.24 29.64 43.52 36.49 91.39 329.17 37.34 27.95 23.84 120.47 33.32 126.16 24.47 40.27 91.34 32.97 367.60 17.24 145.82 23.67 94.23 6.07 120.79 78.49 221.74 81.69 75.25 10.32 BS NO.77 12.59 151.04 69.59 9.67 116.02 253.42 32.24 145.67 253.87 82.54 132.62 d2 3.78 d2 2.66 456.02 123.00 44.82 58.47 183.48 658.14 107.68 4.62 94.79 209.02 120.97 104.39 53.57 94.76 481.77 26.94 15.19 10.05 63.07 278.82 31.34 40.33 d2 6.70 56.69 47.04 47.37 393.29 48.32 240.17 183.12 164.49 113.47 304.99 158.07 BS NO.57 221.57 28.87 329.72 133.57 56.42 5.69 40.39 75.57 78.07 278.52 53.92 228.39 183. BS 309 BS 310 BS 311 BS 312 BS 313 BS 314 BS 315 BS 316 BS 317 BS 318 BS 319 BS 320 BS 321 BS 322 BS 323 BS 324 BS 325 BS 326 BS 327 BS 328 BS 329 BS 330 BS 331 BS 332 BS 333 BS 334 BS 335 BS 336 BS 337 BS 338 BS 339 BS 340 BS 341 BS 342 BS 343 BS 344 BS 345 BS 346 BS 347 BS 348 BS 349 BS 350 BS 351 BS 352 D1 10.89 139.81 18.89 117.08 633.77 171.62 97.97 380.44 72.67 247.87 196.42 164. BS 102 BS 103 BS 104 BS 105 BS 106 BS 107 BS 108 BS 109 BS 110 BS 111 BS 112 BS 113 BS 114 BS 115 BS 116 BS 117 BS 118 BS 119 BS 120 BS 121 BS 122 BS 123 BS 124 BS 125 BS 126 BS 127 BS 128 BS 129 BS 130 BS 131 BS 132 BS 133 BS 134 BS 135 BS 136 BS 137 BS 138 BS 139 BS 140 BS 141 BS 142 BS 143 BS 144 BS 145 D1 1.24 123.51 31.81 532.52 9.84 98.89 139.97 240.82 151.94 42.53 d2 5.42 19.77 158.02 7.12 18.06 481.97 120. BS 469 BS 470 BS 471 BS 472 BS 473 BS 474 BS 475 D1 506.12 72.04 18.37 107.94 29.87 31. BS 425 BS 426 BS 427 BS 428 BS 429 BS 430 BS 431 BS 432 BS 433 BS 434 BS 435 BS 436 BS 437 BS 438 BS 439 BS 440 BS 441 BS 442 BS 443 BS 444 BS 445 BS 446 BS 447 BS 448 BS 449 BS 450 BS 451 BS 452 BS 453 BS 454 BS 455 BS 456 BS 457 BS 458 BS 459 BS 460 BS 461 BS 462 BS 463 BS 464 BS 465 BS 466 BS 467 BS 468 D1 113.74 59.07 142.99 61.30 29.05 34.27 221.72 113.94 7.17 47.62 227.82 177.07 26.59 151.04 177.39 24.27 354.37 405.12 45.42 148.27 227.26 557.27 107.67 114.90 50.96 430.82 190.87 44.90 3.54 132.87 209.87 66.27 69.22 202.52 44.28 6.47 145.19 126.46 494.22 88.66 582.52 25.27 234.72 20.26 417.69 171.64 20.06 BS NO.32 110.32 107.78 d2 BS STANDARD DIMENSIONS 2.03 468.70 28.29 37.69 304.09 37.19 104.35 21.63 4.57 342.47 25.74 190.57 2.17 196.77 291.72 152.77 39.54 240.62 d2 3.97 234.22 21.87 15.07 7.22 215.42 148.53 d2 5.09 196.77 20.64 15.24 253.99 50.84 228.67 133.61 582.19 380.22 202.37 126.47 17.07 405.57 215.35 50.46 12.57 354.47 5.97 247.84 3.97 BS NO.21 557.65 9.64 28.42 14.52 71.52 59.34 67. BS 245 BS 246 BS 247 BS 248 BS 249 BS 250 BS 251 BS 252 BS 253 BS 254 BS 255 BS 256 BS 257 BS 258 BS 259 BS 260 BS 261 BS 262 BS 263 BS 264 BS 265 BS 266 BS 267 BS 268 BS 269 BS 270 BS 271 BS 272 BS 273 BS 274 BS 275 BS 276 BS 277 BS 278 BS 279 BS 280 BS 281 BS 282 BS 283 BS 284 D1 110.37 266. BS 146 BS 147 BS 148 BS 149 BS 150 BS 151 BS 152 BS 153 BS 154 BS 155 BS 156 BS 157 BS 158 BS 159 BS 160 BS 161 BS 162 BS 163 BS 164 BS 165 BS 166 BS 167 BS 168 BS 169 BS 170 BS 171 BS 172 BS 173 BS 174 BS 175 BS 176 BS 177 BS 178 D1 66.99 34.02 139.77 132.54 BS NO.62 75.59 36.59 266.29 21.07 142.79 355.07 13.92 34.12 26.36 456.48 658.no seal-jet.34 5.19 234.44 202.52 202.92 101.14 215.07 53.00 15.57 208.09 88.79 100.62 240.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS Table 11 O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS BS STANDARD DIMENSIONS d2 1.24 16.68 608.25 56.69 12.22 72.67 380.99 BS NO. BS 045 BS 046 BS 047 BS 048 BS 049 BS 050 D1 101.26 430.37 266.42 59. BS 001 BS 002 BS 003 BS 004 BS 005 BS 006 BS 007 BS 008 BS 009 BS 010 BS 011 BS 012 BS 013 BS 014 BS 015 BS 016 BS 017 BS 018 BS 019 BS 020 D1 0.54 17.17 316.22 66.19 BS NO.97 82.66 443.47 304.09 66.

and this makes it suitable for food and drug industry (cleaning and sterilization purposes). Long service life. The K35-P is for outside sealing. as is often the case for standard lipseals. Similar groove with K35-P 5 S20-R AND K20-R FOR DYNAMIC APPLICATIONS K35-P S35-P R35-A Space saving compact seals. 5 Since the K35-P profile is designed with a radial preload of the cross section. The K35-P is an optimized alternative to conventional O-rings.no 99 .no seal-jet. No relative movement during pressure cycles. The description of K35-P also applies for S35-P and R35-P.35. also for increased speeds. At higher pressure the deformation of the cross section generates a contact pressure distribution in the area of the sealing gap which leads to excellent dynamic sealing. suitable for standard O-Ring housings. S20-R K20-R Table 12 Material HPU SPU LPU GPU OPERATING CONDITIONS: Temperature -20 to 110 ºC -20 to 110 ºC -50 to 110 ºC -20 to 110 ºC Max surface speed 0. Good compensation for production tolerances. especially for dynamic applications. but we also offer profile S35-P for inside sealing and R35-P for axial sealing. Low compression set. The seal geometry has almost no dead spots. O-ring groove with O-ring Compared to O-rings the K35-P profile has the following advantages: • • • • • • • • • High resistance to pressure and extrusion. K35-P can also be supplied in elastomer materials. No twisting in the groove.O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS O-RING REPLACEMENTS ■ Housing and installation The cross section of the K35-P is adaptable for almost all existing groove dimensions. See “Materials overview” to find the suitable material. higher pressures and also for dynamic sealing. and can be supplied in outside diameter up to 4000 mm. Although the O-ring is the worlds most widely used seal. The seal profile is optimized for PU materials. easy assembly and relatively small grooves. Surface speed limits apply only in the presence of adequate lubrication. * Pressure rating is dependent on the size of the extrusion gap. These seals are normally very easy to install.4 m/s 0. Available in a wide range of material combination.4 m/s Max pressure* 400 bar 400 bar 400 bar 400 bar Please note that it is not recommended to use all maximum values simultaneously. Fig 22. Outstanding sealing behaviour over long periods. 98 seal-jet.4 m/s 0. or media not suitable for polyurethane. while maintaining the key features for the O-ring’s success: simple design. the design has certain limitations regarding sealability. Integrated active back-up rings for high pressure. Design with press respectively stretch fit prevents twisting in dynamic applications. pressure resistance and dynamic sealing. Fig 23. as they can be snapped into closed grooves. For applications with working temperature above 110 ºC. Seal-Jet Norge AS offers O-ring replacements suitable for improved sealing. K35-P is available for outside diameters up to 600 mm for same day delivery. which in combination with the compact seal geometry lead to high pressure resistance and long service life. no activating pressure is needed for low pressure ranges to obtain a compact sealing. Meanwhile the risk of gap extrusion is minimised by the seal geometry and choice of material. Excellent dynamic sealing. No additional backup ring needed. K35-P FOR DYNAMIC APPLICATIONS Profile K35-P is a single piece double acting compact seal developed for a wide range of static and dynamic applications.5 m/s 0. For design purposes we recommend a ratio of cross section/height (L) of 1:1.

O-RINGS AND O-RING REPLACEMENTS R14 Profile R14 is a square ring. Fig. but for other applications we deliver with suitable chamfer. and can replace O-rings or O-rings with backup rings. Comparison between O-ring and R14. Fig. and sealability. without compression with compression Fig. The square form remains practically constant even at high pressures. • No twisting in the groove. media. • No additional backup ring needed. Profile R14 without chamfer O-RING R-14 Compared to O-rings the R14 profile has the following advantages: without compression 5 with compression • High resistance to pressure and extrusion. and the seal is also capable of pressures of 500 bar with a radial gap of 0. • Long service life. The design of the R15 profile eliminates these problems. The geometry with the dual sealing lip bridges production tolerances and it also makes for easy assembly. • Dimensionally stable under pressure. • No twisting in the groove. but can also be manufactured to other dimensions. • No relative movement during pressure cycles. the use of backup ring may also be restricted. suitable to cover most demands regarding pressure. R15-P 100 seal-jet. • Dimensionally stable under pressure. 24. The R15 seal is available in PU and elastomers up to 600 mm outside diameter for same day delivery. and with the same demands for surface roughness. • No additional backup ring needed. • Outstanding sealing behaviour over long periods. As an O-ring replacement R14 is normally manufactured in either one of our outstanding PU or elastomer (rubber) compounds. Compared to O-rings the R15 profile has the following advantages: • High resistance to pressure and extrusion. and can be delivered with or without chamfer. In high pressure applications with limited space. 25. with the same surface finish requirements. However. The R14 profile is resistant to pressures above 500 bar. Profile R14 with chamfer. we can supply the R14 profile in almost any material. R14 is an excellent alternative to O-rings for axial static sealing. In addition this profile can be used in the same grooves as O-rings.2 mm. especially for high pressures or large extrusion gaps. • Long service life. 26. For high pressure applications contact Seal-Jet Norge AS for detailed information. • Good compensation for production tolerances. The R14 profile usually has a square cross section. depending on the gap and material choice. For static sealing no chamfer is necessary. with compression and pressure activated with compression and pressure activated R15-P The R15 profile is designed for radial static sealing.no 101 . • Outstanding sealing behaviour over long periods. This profile can be used in the same housings as O-rings. • Low compression set. The O-ring or O-ring with backup ring solution has weaknesses since the O-ring may become twisted during assembly and/or the backup ring may not be ideally positioned. • Low compression set. Dimensions up to 600 mm outside diameter are available for same day delivery. • No relative movement during pressure cycles.

These seals are produced in the most common or standard dimensions and are available as stocked items. STANDARD HYDRAULIC SEALS STANDARD SEALS FOR YOUR APPLICATION HYDRAULIC SEALS When using the term standard seals. and guide rings used in hydraulic systems. we generally mean seals that are moulded and produced in large quantities.no 103 6 . giving the puffers an opportunity to retreat to safety. Most metric profiles have size/diameter increments of 5 millimetres for smaller dimensions. a hungry predator stalking the puffers may suddenly find itself facing what seems to be a much larger fish and pause. rod seals.STANDARD HYDRAULIC SEALS This creature has the common name “pufferfish” which applies to their ability to fill their extremely elastics stomacs with water to deter predators. piston seals. Seal-Jet Norge AS keeps all the profiles presented below in stock in a variety of dimensions. 102 seal-jet. Thus. In this chapter we will introduce common types of wipers.no seal-jet. In between sizes are also available from stock. and 10 millimetres for larger dimensions.

a NBR sealing element. but also stainless steel is available. 6 PISTON SEALS We carry a large selection of compact double acting piston seals. are available in a wide range of width and thickness. FKM and PU.STANDARD HYDRAULIC SEALS STANDARD HYDRAULIC SEALS WIPERS Our standard wipers are available in various materials. similar to profile F01. The backup rings are cut for easy assembly. We stock metric sizes. suitable for different applications. Packing seals/chevron seals made of fabric reinforced NBR and POM. We stock guide bands in materials such as phenolic resin and PTFE with various fillers (glass. up to rod diameter 600 mm. GUIDE BANDS Guide bands. carbon). are available in stock. ROD SEALS Single acting rod seals (lipseals) in PU are available in stock. The K9 profile consists of five parts (some dimensions only three parts). inch sizes and Japanese millimetres. In stock we have wipers in NBR. similar to our profiles S01-P and S17-P. bronze. Our standard wipers are designed for open housings and assembly with press fit. all with metal outer casing or insert. 104 seal-jet.no 105 . Mild steel is standard. two polyester and POM backup rings. our profile K9 (similar to K09).

no 107 . thermoplastics and metals). and has given us a reputation as problem-solvers. 7 SEALING 106 seal-jet. either as modification of standard profiles or as complete development of new sealing systems. thermoplastic elastomers. The desire and ability to solve sealing problems are still trademarks of Seal-Jet Norge AS. The equipment gives us almost unlimited possibilities regarding seal profile. Along with the know-how and dedication among our engineers.no SOLUTIONS seal-jet. dimension and material (elastomers.CUSTOMIZED Since 1989 Seal-Jet Norge AS has been focused on special sealing solutions. our investments in state of the art equipment for machining of seals are vital.

seal arrangement in a sealing system and material selection. the possibilities are unlimited. Seal-Jet Norge AS knows the challenges regarding applications and other requirements very well and with our experience and expertise we have supplied seals and sealing solutions to almost every sector of industry. preload. These requirements are mostly regarding the working parameters of the applications. If one of our standard profiles cannot be used as a basis for the desired solution we will design the sealing solutions from scratch. 7 7 108 seal-jet. delivery precision etc. Even small modifications such as changing the design of the sealing lip. not directly related to the sealing solution. length or cross section on a seal can have a great effect on the performance of the seal. With our equipment and knowledge Seal-Jet Norge AS can perform such modifications on a daily basis.). With CNC-programming we have almost unlimited possibilities to modify the standard profile to suit a given application. With our experience and state of the art equipment for machining of seals we have solved numerous sealing problems. every sector of industry has its own requirements regarding seals and sealing solutions. We use Pro/ ENGINEER® as our standard cad-system. unless heavy investments are carried out. application testing and confidentiality.CUSTOMIZED SEALING SOLUTIONS CUSTOMIZED SEALING SOLUTIONS INDUSTRY SPECIFIC SEALS ■ SPECIAL SEALS ■ Although much of the equipment and seals used in different industries are basically similar.no 109 . Examples of special profiles. Testing and FE-analysis are also used to achieve and verify the desired result. In addition such modifications are virtually impossible when it comes to moulded seals. Examples of such are quality assurance system (documentation. and these serve as a basis for most of our sealing solutions. traceability. packing requirements. and our approach to find the right solution is considerably more time and cost-effective compared to the traditional method (moulding). including the following: • • • • • • • Agriculture Automotive Chemical & Petrochemical Defence & Aerospace Food & Pharmaceutical Hydraulic Power Hydro Power • • • • • • Marine Medical & Biotechnology Metallurgical Oil & Gas Pneumatic Power Pulp & Paper Our standard range of machined seals consists of more than 170 profiles.no seal-jet. However. With our 5-axis machining centre and extensive material knowledge we offer Advanced Engineered Plastic Parts (AEPP). but require experience and knowledge of seal performance. but other requirements. providing the customer unrivalled short lead-times in the sealing industry. The influencing factors to achieve the desired result are usually seal profile. These modifications may seem easy and straightforward. also exist.

Illustration 1 Seals made of PTFE-based materials must be installed using special developed tools for each dimension. If metal is required. pressure build-up. energizers. stick-slip. up to full scale. and make sure there are no sharps bends on the seals. but other qualities are also available. 7 TESTING AND SIMULATION For design of sealing solutions Seal-Jet Norge AS can offer the use of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) on our designs to simulate performance and limitations for specific applications. or a combination of different materials. enabling us to find the right sealing system for your application.CUSTOMIZED SEALING SOLUTIONS CUSTOMIZED SEALING SOLUTIONS SEAL ARRANGEMENT Many sealing solutions require more than one seal. dynamic sealing. However – make sure that the sealing material(s) is compatible with the lubricants applied • All tools should be rounded • As a general rule. The desired performance can be achieved with the use of standard seals or special seals. numerous materials within these groups are available to suit specific applications. chamfer and/or round sharp edges • Machining residues should be removed and all parts and tools should be thoroughly cleaned • Installation of seals is made easier if the metal parts or seals are greased or oiled. wiping effect. An elastic piston seal to be stretched on to fit a closed groove can be expanded using simply a rounded screwdriver.no 111 . Illustration 3 110 seal-jet. Seal-Jet Norge AS has extensive knowledge and experience in the construction of sealing systems. The arrangement of the seals within such a system is crucial. MATERIAL SELECTION Choosing the correct materials is probably the single most important factor in order to achieve the desired sealing effect. The material choice will have a direct or indirect influence on all the performance characteristics of a sealing solution.no seal-jet. Energizers in the type of springs are offered as meander springs. Different seals are designed to perform under various conditions and may have various influences on the overall sealing effect. retainers and casings. water or hot air to a certain extent. materials within the group. backpumping. These elements can be made of different metals. To find the optimal material for sealing of a given application we can choose from many different material groups. NOTE: The heating process is to be governed by each materials’ specific properties. Elastic rod seals to be fitted in a closed groove in a stuffing box should be kidneyshaped to slip easily into the groove. Seal-Jet Norge AS can provide both ready-to-use tools or engineered drawings for production at your own facility. including rubbers. polyurethanes and thermoplastics. In addition we can also offer application testing of seal prototypes. installation is made easier if the seals are being heated in oil. In addition to the sealing element itself. called a sealing system. With regards to improving existing sealing solutions determining the reasons for seal failure are vital. We offer in-house experts in order to determine these reasons. In addition to our standard range of materials. Seal-Jet Norge AS offers sealing solutions based on a wide range of materials. However – make sure that there are no sharp edges. Use special tools suited for the operation (Illustration 1). The seal will retract to fit its diameter within short time. This powerful simulation tool can substantially reduce the cost and time used in development of sealing solutions. Such influences include performance with regards to pressure. In addition we cooperate with leading laboratories if additional testing and/or analysis are required. reliability/longevity. static sealing. ordinary springs and canted coil springs in qualities ranging from 304 steel to elgiloy alloy. a seal often consists of other parts such as backups. etc. in addition to the materials groups mentioned. pressure shocks. but either way the seals must be correctly arranged within the sealing system. friction. stainless steel or bronze are most commonly used. Illustration 2 7 FEA of S09-E in XHPU. INSTALLATION GUIDELINES General checklist: • Make sure the piston rod and/or cylinder tube have proper lead in chamfers • Deburr.

no 113 . Table 1 lists general thermal. mechanical. 8 112 seal-jet. information for materials not listed or data sheets on specific materials contact Seal-Jet Norge AS. For technical advice.no seal-jet. Table 2 has more detailed information of material compatibility for various specific chemicals. When using these tables to find a suitable material for your application pay extra attention to temperature and concentration of the chemical whenever this is listed. These factors may greatly influence on the mechanical and chemical properties of the material. Table 3 lists material compatibility for many commonly used pressure fluids.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS In this chapter we present three tables with more detailed information regarding our standard materials for turning of seals. electric and chemical properties.

(4) Tests were done on discs ø13x6.17 GPU red 1.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE 1 PROPERTIES* Colour Density THERMAL PROPERTIES Glass transition temperature (1) Max.24 LPU blue 1. (5) 6. (2) Test specimens: Type S2. up to 5% H2S -sour.26 Drilling mud -diesel based -ester based -mineral oil based -silicate based Glycols -general Hydraulic fluids -mineral oil based (at 23°C/60°C) -synthetic oils -HETG (triglyceride) (at 23°C/60°C) -HEES (synthetic ester) (at 23°C/60°C) -HEPG (polyglycols) (at 23°C/60°C) -HEPR (Polyalphaolefines) (at 23°C/60°C) -Fire resistant fluids -HFA (water-oil emulsion) -HFA-E (at 23°C/60°C) -HFA-S (at 23°C/60°C) -HFB (oil-water emulsion) (at 23°C/60°C) -HFC (water-glycol) (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD (water free) -HFD-R (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD-S (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD-T (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD-U (at 23°C/60°C) Hydrocarbons -aliphatic -aromatic Hydrogen sulphide Methanol -diluted -consentrated Natural gas (Methane CH4) Sea water Solvents -Toluene -Acetone -MEK (Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone) Steam Water -general (at 23°C/60°C) -produced +/+ + 0 + F +/+ + 0 + NA -/+ NA +/+ + 0 + NA +/+ + 0 + F +/+ + 0 + NA + 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 8 114 Brines -general Carbon dioxide Corrosion inhibitors -amine based -potassium based Crude oil -sweet -sour.2 TEST METHOD UNIT HPU SPU LPU GPU XHPU XSPU TEST METHOD DIN 53479 UNIT g/cm3 SPU antracithe 1. (6) Electrode configuration: ø25/ø75mm coaxial cylinders.3mm. in transformer oil according to IEC 60296: 1mm thick test specimens (natural coloured). (1) Values for this property are derived from DMA-analysis and are defined as the maximum of the loss modulus curves.no seal-jet. service temperature MECHANICAL PROPERTIES Tensile test (2) -Tensile strength (3) -Elongation at break (3) -100% modulus (3) Compression set (4) -after 24h at 70°C/20% deformation -after 24h at 100°C/20% deformation -after 70h at 70°C/20% deformation Tear strength Rebound resilience Abrasion Durometer hardness Shore A (5) Durometer hardness Shore D (5) ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES -Electric strength (6) -Volume resistivity -Relative permittivity ER at 50Hz/ 1MHz -Dielectric dissipation factor tan d at 50Hz/1MHz CHEMICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL RESISTANCE (7) Acids -inorganic diluted -inorganic consentrated -organic diluted -organic consentrated Alkalies -general Alcohol -general (excl. Methanol) Biocides -diluted -consentrated + + + + + + 0 0 0 + + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + 0 + 0 0 + 0 0 + 0 0 0 + + 0 0 + + + 0 0 + IEC 60243 IEC 60093 IEC 60250 IEC 60250 kV/mm Ω • cm >1010 -/-/>1010 -/-/>1010 -/-/>1010 -/-/>1010 -/-/>1010 -/-/DIN 53516 DIN 53505 DIN 53505 mm3 DIN 53517 DIN 53515 % % % N/mm 27 33 20 100 29 17 95 25 30 120 17 95 20 80 50 15 95 30 40 20 40 43 25 95 26 30 140 20 60 24 30 160 20 57 DIN 53504 DIN 53504 DIN 53504 MPa % MPa 50 330 13 50 380 17 50 450 12 45 280 11 53 350 20 45 350 24 °C °C °C 110 -20 110 -20 110 -50 110 -30 110 -20 110 -20 PROPERTIES* HPU red 1. Service temperature Min. seal-jet. Compression rating 20%. (7) Symbolic of the rating: + [Excellent] 0 [Moderate/fair] . However. It is important to know that the electric strength of black material can be as low as 50% of the value of natural material. except when other temperatures are listed. they are not guaranteed and they should not be used to establish material specification limits alone as the basis of design.[Not recommended] NA [No data available] F [Suitable for food-stuff applications] This table is a valuable help in choice of a material. The data listed here fall within the normal range of product properties. Test specimens are stored at elevated temperature in an air circulating oven for defined periods.no . Compression set represents the percent of deflection that did not return. (3) Test speed: 200mm/min.2 XHPU dark red 1. above 5% H2S 0 + 0 + 0 0 + 0 + 0 + -treated UV radiation Food contact 8 115 + + + + + 0 + 0 - + + 0 + + + + + 0 * All tests performed at 23°C.22 XSPU dark grey 1.3mm thick test specimens.

6 PROPERTIES* -mineral oil based -silicate based Glycols -general Hydraulic fluids -mineral oil based UNIT RU1 + 0 + RU2 + + + RU3 0 + RU4 + + + RU5 NA NA NA RU6 + + + Colour Density THERMAL PROPERTIES Melting temperature Glass transition temperature (1) Max. Service temperature Min. (7) Symbolic of the rating: + [Excellent] 0 [Moderate/fair] . (5) 6.5/2.5 -/>1016 2. Compression rating 20%. they are not guaranteed and they should not be used to establish material specification limits alone as the basis of design.31 + + - + 0 + - °C °C °C °C -23 100 -30 -12 200 -20 -47 150 -50 -27 150 -25 200 -60 4 200 0 -synthetic oils -HETG (triglyceride) (at 23°C/60°C) -HEES (synthetic ester) (at 23°C/60°C) -HEPG (polyglycols) (at 23°C/60°C) -HEPR (Polyalphaolefines) (at 23°C/60°C) -Fire resistant fluids 0/0 0/0 +/+ +/0 +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ -/-/+/+ -/0/0 0/0 +/+ +/0 NA NA NA NA +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AT 23°C Tensile test (2) -Tensile strength (3) -Elongation at break (3) -100% modulus (3) Compression set (4) -after 22h at 100°C -after 22h at 175°C Tear strength Rebound resilience Abrasion Durometer hardness Shore A (5) DIN 53517 DIN 53517 DIN 53515 DIN 53512 DIN 53516 DIN 53505 % % N/mm % mm 15 20 28 90 85 20 21 7 150 85 15 15 38 120 85 22 30 29 90 85 15 8 44 85 30 22 110 80 DIN 53504 DIN 53504 DIN 53504 MPa % MPa 16 130 11 8 200 5 12 110 9 18 180 10 7 130 5 15 200 8 -HFA (water-oil emulsion) -HFA-E (at 23°C/60°C) -HFA-S (at 23°C/60°C) -HFB (oil-water emulsion) (at 23°C/60°C) -HFC (water-glycol) (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD (water free) -HFD-R (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD-S (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD-T (at 23°C/60°C) -HFD-U (at 23°C/60°C) Hydrocarbons + +/+ +/0 +/+ + + +/0 +/0 +/+ -/- -/+/0 -/+/+ + +/+ +/0 +/+ +/+ NA NA NA NA NA + +/0 +/0 +/NA +/NA -/-/-/-/- 0/0 +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ -/-/-/- -/-/-/- NA NA NA NA +/NA 0/NA 0/NA 0/NA ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES -Electric strength (6) -Volume resistivity -Relative permittivity ER at 50Hz/1MHz -Dielectric dissipation factor tan d at 50Hz/1MHz IEC 60243 IEC 60093 IEC 60250 IEC 60250 kV/mm Ω • cm >1010 20/0. The data listed here fall within the normal range of product properties.2/20 >1013 -/-/>1016 2.no . (2) Test specimens: Type S.22 RU4 H-NBR black 1.3 RU3 EPDM black 1.no seal-jet.3mm. service temperature DIN 53479 g/cm3 black 1. Compression set represents the percent of deflection that did not return. up to 5% H2S -sour. It is important to know that the electric strength of black material can be as low as 50% of the value of natural material.22 RU5 VMQ reddish brown 1.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS TEST METHOD TEST METHOD MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS PROPERTIES* UNIT RU1 NBR RU2 FKM brown 2. (3) Test speed: 200mm/min (4) Tests were done on discs ø13x6. seal-jet. However. (1) Values for this property are derived from DMA-analysis and are defined as the maximum of the loss modulus curves.[Not recommended] NA [No data available] F [Suitable for food-stuff applications] This table is a valuable help in choice of a material. (6) Electrode configuration: ø25/ø75mm coaxial cylinders. Methanol) Biocides -diluted -consentrated Brines -general Carbon dioxide + 0 + + + + + + 0 + 0 + NA NA NA 0 + 0 + 0 0 + 0 + + + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 + 0 + NA NA NA NA NA + + + + 0 0 + + 0 + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + Natural gas (Methane CH4) Sea water Solvents -Toluene -Acetone -MEK (Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone) Steam Water -general (at 23°C/60°C) -produced -treated UV radiation - + - + + + - 0 - 0 + +/+ 0 0 NA +/+ 0 F +/+ + + + F +/+ + + F +/+ NA NA + F +/+ + + NA NA 8 116 Corrosion inhibitors -amine based -potassium based Crude oil -sweet -sour.52 RU6 FEPM black 1. in transformer oil according to IEC 60296: 1mm thick test specimens (natural coloured). Test specimens are stored at elevated temperature in an air circulating oven for defined periods. except when other temperatures are listed.8/0.001/- -aliphatic -aromatic Hydrogen sulphide Methanol -diluted -consentrated + 0 - + + - + + 0 + NA NA - + 0 + CHEMICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL RESISTANCE (7) Acids -inorganic diluted -inorganic consentrated -organic diluted -organic consentrated Alkalies -general Alcohol -general (excl.3mm thick test specimens. above 5% H2S Drilling mud -diesel based -ester based 0 0 0 + NA NA 0 0 + + 0 + 0 NA NA NA 0 + + + + + 0 NA NA + + Food contact 8 117 * All tests performed at 23°C.

31 340 0.5 0.06/0.2/3.7) (0.12 - 150 CHEMICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL RESISTANCE (14) Acids -inorganic diluted -inorganic consentrated + + + 0 + + 0 + + 0 + + + + + 0 + + + + 0 + 0 0 0 0 + 0 0 0 0 + + + + + 0 2.65/1.14/0.85 0.008) 600/600 PEEK 1 -/1016 -/1016 ( -/-)/ (3.no seal-jet.45 THERMAL PROPERTIES Melting temperature Glass transition temperature (1) Thermal conductivity at 23°C Coefficient of lineær thermal expansion: -average value between 23 and 60°C -average value between 23 and 100°C -average value above 150°C Max.6/3.02 <0.8)/ (3.15 - - - 44/83 0.8/3.15 natural/ black 1.2 0. up to 5% H2S -sour.5 6 230 M105 86 -HEPR -Fire resistant fluids -HFA (HFA-E/HFA-S) (water-oil emulsion) -HFB (oil-water emulsion) -HFC (water-glycol) -HFD (water free) ISO 2039-1 ISO 2039-2 ISO 868 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 119 Electrical properties (1) -Electric strength (13) (dry/wet) IEC 60243 kV/mm -/13 -/-/-/25/17 20/20 -/24 seal-jet.001/0.8) (0.2) (-/-)/ (0.) ISO 179/1eU ISO 180/2A 59 65 3.008)/ (0.no .22 20/37 0.16 black 2. of elasticity (8) (dry/wet) Compression test (9) -compr.6/2.003/0.2 0.5/3 mm) ISO 4589 % 95 V-O/25 -/HB 15 -/HB 35 V-0/V-0 °C °C °C 300 260/260 - °C °C W/(m•K) 327 0. service temperature (4) Flammability (5) -Oxygen index -according to UL 94 (thickness 1.45 5/10 0.003/0.10 black 1.notched (11) Izod impact strength .002) w/15%glass fibre + 5%MoS2 Modified PTFE Polyamide Poly-EtherEtherKetone Colour Density Water absorption: -after 24/96h immersion in water of 23°C -after 24/96h immersion in water of 23°C -at saturation in air of 23°C/ 50% RH -at saturation in water of 23°C ISO1183 g/cm3 dark grey 2.0 white 2.24/0.05) 600/600 POM1 >1014/ >1014 >1013/ >1013 (3.012/0.2 8.35 327 - 220 0.5 165 M88 77 3.25 bronze 3. Stress at 1/2/5% nominal strain Hardness Charpy impact strength .notched Ball intendation hardness (12) Rockwell hardness (12) Shore hardness D (Tested 3 sec.48 327 - 327 0. Service temperature in air: -for short periods (2) -continuously for 5000/20000 h (3) Min.29 165 0.25 -organic diluted -organic consentrated Alkalies -general Alcohol -general (except Methanol) - m/(m•K) m/(m•K) m/(m•K) 110 •10-6 60 •10-6 120 •10-6 - 80 •10-6 90 •10-6 110 •10-6 60 •10-6 110 •10-6 Biocides 110 •10-6 -diluted 65 •10-6 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + 0 + + + + + + -consentrated Brines -general 310 250/250 300 260/260 300 260/260 300 260/260 170 105/90 -40 140 115/100 Carbon dioxide Corrosion inhibitors -200 -200 -200 -200 -50 -60 -amine based -potassium based Crude oil -sweet -sour.6 <0.unnotched (10) ISO 179/1eU ISO 527 ISO 527 ISO 527 ISO 527 MPa MPa % MPa 18/18 200/200 22/22 280/280 30/30 360/360 -/-/- 85/65 68/68 110/110 -diesel based -ester based -mineral oil based -silicate based Glycols -general Hydraulic fluids + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + 25/>50 35/35 20/20 - - - - 3500/ 1800 3100/ 3100 4400/ 4400 ISO 604 MPa -/14/- - - - 26/51/92 19/35/67 29/57/- -mineral oil based -synthetic oils + + + + + + + kJ/m2 kJ/m2 kJ/m2 N/mm2 - 12 60 64 no break - no break 150 7 7 140 M84 82 no break -HETG -HEES -HEPG + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 118 Charpy impact strength .41 cream 1.8/3.2)/ (6.5 3.003 FL3 -/-/-/-/- FL5 -/-/-/-/- FL13 -/-/-/-/- PA1 >1014/ >1012 >1013/ >1012 (3. above 5% H2S Drilling mud + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + 0 + + 0 + + + + + + MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AT 23°C Tensile test (6) -Tensile stress at yield (7) (dry /wet) -Tensile stress at break (7) (dry /wet) -Tensile strain at break (7) (dry/wet) -Tensile mod.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS TEST METHOD TEST METHOD IEC 60093 IEC 60093 IEC 60250 IEC 60250 IEC 60112 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS PROPERTIES* UNIT FL2 PTFE w/glass and MoSo2 FL3 PTFE w/40% bronze FL5 FL13 Modified PTFE w/25% carbon PA1 POM1 Polyacetalcopolymer PEEK 1 PROPERTIES* -Volume resistivity (dry/wet) -Surface resistivity (dry/wet) UNIT Ω • cm Ω - FL2 -/1017 -/1016 2.32 -Relative permittivity ER at 100Hz (dry/wet) / 1MHz (dry/wet) -Dielectric dissipation factor tan d at 100Hz (dry/wet) / 1MHz (dry/wet) -Comparative tracking index (CTI) (dry/ wet) ISO 62 ISO 62 - mg % % % 0.6/3.003/ 0.016)/ (0.

+ 0 + + + + 100 212 0 + + + + + + 0 n.a. 73 122 122 122 122 122 73 176 73 122 122 73 122 73 73 122 104 73 73 212 73 230 + + 0(+) n. n. Only short time exposure (a few hours) in application where no or only a very low load is applied to the material. AQ. 0 0 n. SOL. GLACIAL ACETIC ACID 10 % ACETIC ACID 50 % ACETIC ANHYDRIDE ACETONE (DIMETHYLKETONE) ACETOPHENONE ACETYLCHLORIDE ACETYLENE ACETYLENE TETRACHLORIDE ACRYLONITRILE ADIPIC ACID AQ.no . [°C] RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) PROPERTIES* -HFD-R -HFD-S -HFD-T -HFD-U Hydrocarbons -aliphatic -aromatic Hydrogen sulphide Methanol -diluted -consentrated Natural gas (Methane CH4) Sea water Solvents -Toluene -Acetone -MEK (Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone) Steam Water -general -produced -treated UV radiation Food contact + + + + NA + + + + NA + + + + F + + + + NA 0 0 0 0 NA + + 0 F + + + F 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + UNIT FL2 + + + + FL3 + + + + FL5 + + + + FL13 + + + + PA1 + + + + POM1 + + + + PEEK 1 + + + + RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) TEMP. + 0(+) 0(+) 0(+) + 0(+) 0(+) 0(+) 0(+) + (0) 0 - * D W (1) (2) (3) All tests performed at 23°C.a. SOL. and consequently they are anisotropic materials (properties differ when measured parallel and perpendicular to the extrusion direction.a. ALUMINIUM FLUORIDE. in transformer oil according to IEC 60296: 1mm thick natural coloured test specimens.a. 100 200 n. SOL. AMMONIUM SULFIDE. however. AQ. exept when other temperatures listed.It has to be noted that plenty of the products listed in this table are fibre reinforced and/or filled. AQ. Values referring to dry material Values referring to material in equilibrium with the standard atmosphere 23°C/ 50% RH (mostly derived from literature) Values for this property are derived from DMA-analysis and are defined as the maximum of the loss modulus curves. SOL. + n. they are not guarantied and they should not be used to establish material specification limits nor used alone as basis of the design. + + + + + + + + n.a. AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE 25% AMMONIUM PERSULFATE. + + + + 100 212 (+) + + + + + + n. ALUMINIUM NITRATE. HOT (LONG TIME TEST) AIR (LONG TIME WEATHERING TEST) ALCOHOL (DRINKING-ALCOHOL ~40 VOL.a. SOL. AQ.000 hours. The temperature values given here are thus based on the thermaloxidative degradation which take place and causes a reduction in properties. Test speed: 5mm/min (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) Test speed: 1mm/min Test specimens: cylinders with ø12x30mm Pendulum used: 4 J Pendulum used: 5J 10mm thick test specimens Electrode configuration: ø25/ø75mm coaxial cylinders. SOL. HOT AMMONIA SOLUTION 25% AMMONIUM CARBONATE. SOL.%) ALUMINIUM ACETATE.no seal-jet.a. 110 + 0 + + + 110 230 + + 0 0 0 - + 0 + + + + + 0 80 176 0 + + + + + + + 0 0 + + + + + + - + + + + + + + + + + 200 392 + + + + 0 + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n. HOT (LONG TIME TEST) AIR.a.a.a. HOT [°C] (LIMITING VALUE) AIR. Impact strength decreasing with decreasing temperature. Test specimens: Type 1B. 20.a. After this period of time. derived from raw material supplier data.) ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE. SOL. COLD AMMONIA GAS.a. AMMONIA GAS. SOL. 23 50 50 50 50 50 23 80 23 50 50 23 50 23 23 50 40 23 23 100 23 23 23 70 50 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 80 50 50 50 _ 73 73 158 122 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 176 122 122 122 0 + + + + + n. AQ. ALUMINIUM PHOSPHATE. not available seal-jet. 260 500 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + _ 212 392 n. 0 0 n. (4) AMMONIUM CHLORIDE. AQ. (14) Symbolic of the rating + Excellent 0 Moderate / fair Not recommended NA No data available F Suitable for food-stuff applications This table is a valuable help in the choice of material. HOT [°F] (LIMITING VALUE) AIR.a. AMYL ACETATE AMYL ALCOHOL (N-AMYL ALCOHOL) AMYL CHLORIDE AMYL CHLORONAPHTHALENE ANILINE ANILINE ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE 8 120 (5) (6 (7) FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 121 LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. there is a decrease in tensile strength of about 50% as compared with the original value. AEROSHELL FLUID 4 (SHELL) AEROSHELL 7A AEROSHELL 17 AEROSHELL 750 AIR. SOL. AQ. n.a. The data listed here fall within the normal range of product properties of dry material. However. that. the minimum allowable service temperature is practically mainly determined by the extent to which the material is subjected to impact. These estimated ratings. - + + + + + n. Temperature resistance over a period of min.a. [°F] TEST METHOD POM1 HPU LPU PA1 0 + -(0) 0 + + + n.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE 2 TEMP. AQ. It is important to know that the electric strength of black material can be as low as 50% of the value for natural material. 0 0 0 0 0 0 + + + n. 130 266 + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + 0 130 266 + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + + + + + + - 0 0 0 + 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 392 + + + + 0 0 0 + + + + 0 0 + (+) + n. AQ. the maximum allowable service temperature depends in many cases essentially on the duration and the magnitude of the mechanical stresses to which the material is subjected. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE ACETALDEHYDE ACETAMIDE ACETIC ACID. There are no UL-yellow cards available for these stock shapes. Note.a. The values given here are based on unfavourable impact conditions and may consequently not be considered as being the absolute practical limits.a. are not intended to reflect hazards presented by the materials under actual fire conditions. as far as all thermoplastics.a.

DOT-4) BRENNTAG TR 32 BRENNTAG TR 32 BRENNTAG TR 46 BRENNTAG TR 46 FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 123 LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. + + + + + + n. n.no LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. SOL.a.a.a. CALCIUM CHLORIDE. 2 OIL ASTM-REFERENCE NO. CALCIUM HYDROXIDE. SOL.a. + + + + + + + + + n. + FL5 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE AQUA REGIA ARAL VITAM GX 32 ARAL VITAMOL 3865 ARAL VITAMOL 4004 ARGON ARSENIC ACID. + + + + + + + + n. not available seal-jet. AQ. DOT-4) BRAKE FLUID (BASED ON GLYCOL. + + (0) + + + + + + + + + + + n. n. AQ.a.a.a. AQ. DRY GAS CHLORINE. [°F] TEMP. 0 0 0 0 0 + n. AQ.a.no .a.a. not available seal-jet. n. n. AQ. SOL. + + + + + + + + n. SOL. AQ. 0 + n.a.a. BEER BEER WORT BENZALDEHYDE BENZALDEHYDE BENZENE BENZENE SULFONIC ACID BENZOIC ACID.a.a.a.a. n. n.a. WET CARBON DISULFIDE CARBONIC ACID CARBON MONOXIDE.a.a.a. n. n. SOL.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP. CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE 15% CALCIUM PHOSPHATE.a. WET GAS CHLORINE WATER CHLOROACETONE CHLOROBENZOL 23 80 80 80 23 50 100 23 23 23 23 100 100 100 23 50 50 23 90 23 100 23 23 23 40 23 23 80 23 23 23 23 50 23 80 80 50 60 50 100 50 60 50 60 73 176 176 176 73 122 212 73 73 73 73 212 212 212 73 122 122 73 194 73 212 73 73 73 104 73 73 176 73 73 73 73 122 73 176 176 122 140 122 212 122 140 122 140 + + + + 0 + + 0 0 + + + + + + n.a. 0 n.a.a. + n. 1 OIL ASTM-REFERENCE NO.a. 73 73 73 73 73 122 + + n.a. n. n.a. n. -(0) + + 0 + -(0) + 0 0 + + 0 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 23 23 23 23 70 n. n. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 n.a.a. + n. + (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 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n. SOL.a. 73 73 122 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 122 122 73 73 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 176 176 176 176 176 73 73 n. + n. SOL. CAMPHOR OIL CARBOLIC ACID CARBON DIOXIDE. + n.a. + n. + 8 122 BP ENERGOL SF-C 15 BP ENERGOL SF-C 15 BRAKE FLUID (BASED ON GLYCOL. n. BORIC ACID 10% BP BIOHYD 46 BP BIOHYD SE 46 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE BROMINE. n.a. ASPHALT / BITUMEN ASTM-REFERENCE FUEL A ASTM-REFERENCE FUEL B ASTM-REFERENCE FUEL C ASTM-REFERENCE FUEL D ASTM-REFERENCE NO. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + n.a. (+) n.a. BARIUM HYDROXIDE. - 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 - n. AQ.a. SOL. + + + + + + + + + n. + n. 0 n. + + n. SOL. [°C] TEMP. AQ.a. [°C] TEMP.a. BUTTER BUTTER FAT(WITHOUT WATER) BUTYL ACETATE BUTYL ACETYL RICINOLEATE BUTYL ACRYLATE BUTYL AMINE BUTYLENE BUTYRALDEHYDE CALCIUM ACETATE.a. AQ.a. DRY CARBON DIOXIDE. 23 23 50 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 50 50 23 23 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 80 80 80 80 80 23 23 n.a. DRY CASTOR OIL CASTROL ALPHA SP 68 CASTROL BIOTEC ALPIN 22 CASTROL BIOTEC HVX CASTROL HYSPIN AWS 32 CETANE CHLORACETIC ACID CHLORBUTADIENE CHLORINE DIOXIDE CHLORINE. 3 OIL AVIATION FUEL BARIUM CHLORIDE. + + n. BENZOPHENONE BENZYL ALCOHOL BENZYL CHLORIDE BIOMIL H (HUNGARY) BISULFITE WASTE LIQUOR BLAST-FURNACE GAS BLEACH LIQUOR BONE OIL BORAX.a.a.a. LIQUID BROMINE PENTAFLUORIDE BROMINE TRIFLUORIDE BROMINE WATER BUNKER OIL BUTADIEN (MONOMER) BUTANE BUTANOL BUTANOL BUTANOL TERT.a. 23 23 23 23 23 50 73 73 73 73 158 n.a.

a.a. - 0 0 (-) n.no + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. 0 n.a.a.a.a. n. + n. COPPER SULFATE. n. AQ. n. + n. AQ.a. n. n. n. SOL. AQ. + n. + n. (+) + + + + 0(+) (+) + + n. n.a.a. + + + n. + + n. [°C] TEMP.a.a. 176 176 73 122 122 122 122 122 158 122 73 73 158 122 176 176 n.a.a. n.a. [°F] TEMP.a.a.a. n. 43 ESSO FUEL 208 ESSO NUTO H 22 ESSO NUTO H 68 ESSO SPINESSO 10 ESSO THERMALÖL T ETHANE ETHANOL (ETHYL ALCOHOL) ETHANOLAMINE ETHER ETHYL ACETATE ETHYL ACRYLATE ETHYL BENZENE LEGEND: 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 50 80 23 23 23 bp.a. n. n. AQ. + n. + -(0) n. + + + + + n.no . AQ. + + n. 0 n.a. n.a. 50 60 80 23 23 80 80 80 200 23 60 23 23 23 23 23 73 73 73 122 73 73 122 73 73 73 73 n. COTTAGE CHEESE 60% COTTONSEED OIL CREAM 30% CREOSOLS CREOSOTE-WOOD TAR CRESOL (O-CRESOL) CRUDE OIL CRUDE OIL . + n. n. + n.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP.a. 0 0 + 0 (0) + n. + + 0 n.a.a.a. AQ.a. n. n.a. n.a.a.a. SOL. n. n.a. n. -(0) n.a. n. 73 73 73 73 73 302 73 176 302 302 n.a.PARAFFIN BASE CUMENE CYCLOHEXANE CYCLOHEXANOL CYCLOHEXANONE DEKALIN DEXTRIN. n. CICO H 3000 CITRIC ACID.a. [°C] TEMP.a. + + + n. + + n. SOL.a.a. - + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 23 23 23 50 23 23 50 23 23 23 23 n.a. -(0) -(0) n.a.a. + n.a.a. n.a. AQ.a.a.a.a.a.a. n. + 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 - n.a.a. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 n.a. + + n. n. n.a. 122 140 176 73 73 176 176 176 392 73 140 73 73 73 73 73 + n. + -(0) -(0) n. AQ.a. + + + n.a. 0 + + n.a.a. (+) (-) (-) (-) 0 + n.a. n.a. not available seal-jet. n. + n. n.a. n.a.a. 0 + + + 0 + + + + 0 + + 0 0 0 - n.a. + n.a.a.a. + + + + + n.a.a. n.a. n.a.a. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE DICYCLOHEXYLAMINE DIESEL FUELS DIETHYLAMINE DIETHYLENE GLYCOL DIETHYL ETHER DIETHYL SEBACATE DIGLYCOLIC ACID. n. + + + + 0 0 0 0 - + 0 (+) (+) (-) (-) 0 n. n.a. n.a.a.a.a. n. 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 Moderate 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 122 176 73 73 73 bp.a. n.a. n. + n.a.a.a.a. 73 73 73 n. + + n.a. SOL. SOL.a. + + + 0 0 0 + n. SOL.a.a.a.a.AROMATIC BASE CRUDE OIL . n.a.a.a. n. n. n. n.a. + n.a.a. COCA-COLA® COCONUT FATTY ACID COCONUT OIL COD-LIVER OIL COFFEE COPPER ACETATE.a.a. SOL. n. COPPER CHLORIDE. n. + n.a.a. n.a.a.a.a.a. not available seal-jet.a. n. + + + + + + + n. SOL. 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 + + n.a. 80 80 23 50 50 50 50 50 70 50 23 23 70 50 80 80 n.a.a. + n. + + 0 n. 23 23 23 n. + 0 n. AQ. n.a. 8 124 DIBENZYL ETHER DIBENZYL SEBACATE DIBUTYLAMINE DIBUTYL ETHER DIBUTYL PHTHALATE DIBUTYL SEBACATE DICHLOROBENZENE DICHLOROMETHYL ACETATE DICHLOROETHYLENE LEGEND: FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 125 + Excellent 0 - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a.a.a. DIISOBUTYL KETONE DIISOPROPYL KETONE DIMETHYLAMINE DIMETHYLANILINE DIMETHYLBUTANE DIMETHYLETHER DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE DIMETHYLPHTHALATE DIOCTYL PHTHALATE DIOCTYL SEBACATE DIOXANE DIOXOLANES DIPENTENE (LACQUER SOLVENT) DIPHENYL ETHER DIPHYL DODECYL ALCOHOL DOW CORNING 550 E DOWTHERM A DOWTHERM E ELECTROPLATING BATH (CHROME) ELECTROPLATING BATH (NOT CHROME) EPICHLOROHYDRIN ERIFON HD 856 ESSO CAZAR K1 ESSO ESSTIC 42. + + + + 0(+) n.a. + + n. + + + + n. + + + n. n.a. 23 23 23 23 23 150 23 80 150 150 n.(SATURATED) COAL GAS COBALT CHLORIDE. FL5 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHLOROFORM CHLORONAPHTHALENE CHLORONITROETHANE CHLOROPHENOL (O-CHLOROPHENOL) CHLOROSULFONIC ACID 10% CHLOROTOLUENE CHROME PLATING SOLUTIONS CHROMIC ACID. + + + + + n.a. n. CHROMIUM-POTASSIUM ALUM. SOL. n. 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 n. + (+) n.

PETROLEUM BASE GREASE. n. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n.a. SOL.HYDROCARB.a. SOL.a. + + + + n. n.a. + + + + n.a. + + 0 n. n.a. AQ.a.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP. 23 73 73 73 73 73 73 212 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 86 122 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 104 104 n. n.a. + + + 0 0 + n.a.a. + + + + 8 126 FREON / FRIGEN TF FREON / FRIGEN TMC FRUIT-JUICE FUEL OIL. n. n. n.a. 0 + + n.a. + + n. + + + + + + n. + + + 0 0 0 (+) (+) (+) (-) 0 - n.a.a. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 n.a.a. FL5 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE ETHYL CHLORIDE ETHYLENE ETHYLENE CHLORIDE ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN ETHYLENE DIAMINE ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE ETHYLENE GLYCOL ETHYLENE OXIDE ETHYL ETHER ETHYL FORMIC ESTER ETHYL HEXANOL ETHYL MERCAPTAN ETHYL PENTACHLOROBENZENE FAM-REFERENCE FUEL T1 (DIN 51604) FAM-REFERENCE FUEL T2 (DIN 51604) FAM-REFERENCE FUEL T3 (DIN 51604) FERRIC CHLORIDE.a.a.a.a. 122 140 212 122 122 122 73 73 73 73 73 176 176 73 73 73 122 122 122 122 122 140 212 212 176 176 158 73 + 0(+) 0 0 0 0 + n.a. ANIMAL BASE GREASE. AQ.a.a. 0(+) + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 80 20 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 80 80 50 23 50 n. + n. + + -(0) + + 0 n. n.a.a.a.a. (-) (-) (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 (-) (-) + + n.a. n. 50 60 100 50 50 50 23 23 23 23 23 80 80 23 23 23 50 50 50 50 50 60 100 100 80 80 70 23 176 68 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 176 176 122 73 122 n.a.a.a.a. DRY FLUORINE.a. GENERATOR GAS GLUCOSE.a. AQ. 0 + + (0) 0 + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + 0(+) + 0 0 0 + 0 + + + + n. + + n. HEAVY FUEL OIL.a.a. not available seal-jet. n.a. + + n. SOL. 0 + 0 + (-) + + + + + + + 0 0 0 + -(0) + - n.a.a. n. AQ.a. 1055 HOUGHTO-SAFE 5040 HYDRAULIC FLUID HFA (OIL IN WATER) HYDRAULIC FLUID HFB (WATER IN OIL) HYDRAULIC FLUID HFC (POLYALKYLENE-GLYCOLS) HYDRAULIC FLUID HFD-R (PHOSPHATE ESTER) HYDRAULIC FLUID HFD-S (CHLOR. 98 OCTANE GASOLINE. n.a. ATF GEAR LUBES SAE 80 / SAE 90 GELATINE. HYPOID LUBES. + + n.a.a.a.a. + 0 (+) + + 0 + + - + 0(+) 0 0 0 0 + n. [°C] TEMP.a. + + n.a. 0 + 0 (+) (+) (0) + + + + + + 0 + + + n. SOL.a. LIQUID FLUOROBENZENE FORMALDEHYDE 40% FORMIC ACID CONCENTRATED FREON / FRIGEN 11 FREON / FRIGEN 112 (WITH / WITHOUT OIL) FREON / FRIGEN 113 FREON / FRIGEN BF(F112) FREON / FRIGEN C 316 FREON / FRIGEN C 318 FREON / FRIGEN MF FREON / FRIGEN PCA FREON / FRIGEN T-P 35 FREON / FRIGEN T-WD 602 FREON / FRIGEN TA FREON / FRIGEN TC CHEMICAL RESISTANCE FYRQUEL LT (AKZO NOBEL) GAMMA-RAYS GAS OIL GASOLINE GASOLINE (20% ETHANOL) GASOLINE (20% METHANOL) GASOLINE HIGH-OCTANE GASOLINE M-15 (15% METHANOL) GASOLINE. n.a.a. 0(+) + n.a.a. + + n.VIS (HOUGHTON VAUGHAN) HYDRAZINE LEGEND: 23 23 23 23 23 23 100 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 30 50 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 40 40 n.no . + n.a.a.a.a.a. + n.a. 620 HOUGHTO-SAFE 1010. [°C] TEMP. n.a. 92 OCTANE GASOLINE. + 0 0 n.a. n. FERRIC SULFATE. + + n. VEGETABLE BASE HALON 1211 (FIRE-EXTINGUISHING MEDIUM) HALON 1301 HELIUM HEPTANE (n-HEPTANE) HEPTANONE HESSOL BIOL HE 46 HESSOL BIOL HR 37 HEXACHLOROCYCLOHEXANE HEXANE (n-HEXANE) HEXYL ALCOHOL HOUGHTO-SAFE 271. n. n. n. + n.a. 0 0 0 0 n. n.a. + + + n.a.a. n.no + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a.a. 0 + + 0 0 + 0 + 0 + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + 0 + + + + 0 + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + 0 + + + + - 0 + + + + + + 0 + + 0 0 + + + + + n. 0(+) + + + n. [°F] TEMP.a.a. ESTER) HYDRAULIC OIL (PETROLEUM BASE) HYDRA . LIGHT FURAN FURFURAL FURFUR ALCOHOL FURFUROL (A-FURFURYLALDEHYDE) LEGEND: FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 127 + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. + + + + n. n.) HYDRAULIC FLUID HFD-U (SYNTH. + + + + n.a.a. n. + + n. 73 n. n. + + + 0 n. not available seal-jet. GLUE GLYCERIN (GLYCEROL) GLYSANTINE (ANTIFREEZE) GLYSANTINE / WATER (40 : 60 VOL%) GREASE. FISH OIL FLUORINE.a. n. n. + + n.a. + + + (+) n. + + + + + -(0) n.a. n.a.a. 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n. REFINED GEAR LUBES.a. + + + + + + n. n.

a. + + n.a.a. LUBRICATING OIL MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE. + + + + + + n. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 23 50 23 50 23 23 50 23 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 50 50 50 80 80 80 70 80 70 80 80 23 50 23 23 23 23 23 80 50 23 60 23 73 122 73 122 73 73 122 73 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 122 122 122 176 176 176 158 176 158 176 176 73 122 73 73 73 73 73 176 122 73 140 73 n.a. CONDENSED MINERAL OIL MOBIL AMBREX 33 MOBIL AMBREX 830 MOBIL DELVAC 1100.a. MALIC ACID MARGARINE LEGEND: FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 129 + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a. 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n. n. n.a.a. + FL5 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE HYDROBROMIC ACID.a. + n. + n. n. + + 0 0 + - 0 + + + 0 + n.a.a. n.a.a. + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + 0 + + 0 + + 0 + + + + + + n.a. 1110.a. + + + + + + + + n.a. 1130 MOBIL DTE 25 MOBILOIL SAE 20 MOBIL THERM 600 MOBIL VACTRA NR.a. + (+) n. n. n.a. + (+) + n. + n. + + n. + 8 128 LITHIUM BROMIDE.a. + n. + + (+) + + 0 n.a. n.a. n.a. + + + n.a.a. n.a.a. n. 0 0 0 + 0 + 0 + + + 0 + 0 + n. 0 + 0 + + + + + + + + + + n. SOL. n.a. + n. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (EPSOM SALTS).a. 0 + + + + + 0 0 + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + n.a.a.a.a. + 0 + + + + + + + + + + - 0 (-) (-) + + + + + + n.a. ANIMAL FAT LAUGHING GAS LAURYL ALCOHOL LAVENDER OIL LEAD ACETATE LIME SULFUR-WET LINSEED OIL LIQUEUR (MAX.a. AQ.a. -(0) 0 n. HYDROCHLORIC ACID 10% HYDROCHLORIC ACID FUMING HYDROFLUORIC ACID 48% HYDROFLUORIC ACID 75% HYDROGEN CHLORIDE.a. n. + + (+) + 0 + + + + + + 0 + n. SOL. n. MILK. + + n.a.a. SOL. 0 n.a. + n.a. AQ.a.a. n. n. - + + + + + + 0 + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + n.a. 0 + 0 n. n.a. 122 73 104 0 + + 0 + + n.a.a. + + n. + + + + + + + + + + + + + n.a. MAIZE OIL MALEIC ACID. n.a. AQ.a.a.a.a. n. MESITYL OXIDE METHANE METHANOL METHYL ACRYLATE METHYL AMINE. n. HYPOCHLOROUS ACID HY-TRANS-PLUS MS 1207 (CASE) H-17(HUNGARY) IODINE PENTAFLUORIDE IODOFORM ISOPROPANOL ISOPROPYL CHLORIDE ISOPROPYL ETHER JAM JET FUEL A1 KEROSENE KETCHUP KLÜBER SYNTHESO D 220 .EP KLÜBER SYNTHESO PROBA 270 LARD.a.a. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 + + + 0(+) + n.a. METHYL BROMIDE METHYL BUTYL KETONE METHYL CHLORIDE METHYL CYCLOPENTANE METHYLENE CHLORIDE METHYLENE DICHLORIDE METHYL ETHER METHYL ETHYL KETONE METHYL FORMATE METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE METHYL ISOPROPYL KETONE METHYL METHACRYLATE METHYL OLEATE MILK MILK ACID. 50 23 40 122 104 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 140 73 73 73 176 140 73 73 73 73 73 73 176 73 122 176 122 140 73 73 73 122 122 73 73 122 176 122 122 122 n.a. not available seal-jet. AQ.a. AQ. n.a. + 0 0 + 0 0 0 + n. n. n. n. AQ. SOL. SOL.a.a. + + n. + + n. 30% ALCOHOL) CHEMICAL RESISTANCE MARSH GAS MAYONNAISE MERCURY MERCURY CHLORIDE.a.a. + - + 0 + + + + + + 0 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + + + + 0 0 0 0 + 0 + + + + + + n. 0 0 + + + + 0 + + + + 0 0 + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + n.a. GAS HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 30% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 90% HYDROGEN SULFIDE HYDROLUBRIC 120 B (HOUGHTON VAUGHAN) HYDROQUINONE HYDROXYL-AMINE SULFATE. + n. n. AQ.a.a. + n. n. + + n.a.a.no + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. GAS HYDROGEN FLUORIDE. + + + n. 0 n.a.no . AQ. + n. 1120.a.a.a.a.a.a.a. n. + - + + + + (-) 0 + 0 + + + 0 0 0 + 0 0 + + n. n. + 0 0 n.a. n.a.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP. n.2 MOLASSES MOLYDUVAL MOLYKOTE-GREASE MONOBROMOBENZENE MONOCHLOROACETIC ACID MONOCHLOROBENZENE MONOETHANOLAMINE MORPHOLINE MOTOR OIL MUSTARD MUSTARD GAS MUSTARD OIL NAPHTHALENE LEGEND: 50 40 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 60 23 23 23 80 60 23 23 23 23 23 23 80 23 50 80 50 60 23 23 23 50 50 23 23 50 80 50 50 50 n. AQ.a.a. 0 0 + + + + 0 + + + + 0 0 (0) + + + + + + + + 0 + + 0 0 0 + + n.a. SOL. SOL. not available seal-jet.a. + + + n.a.a. MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE. + + n.a. AQ. + + n. DRY HYDROGEN.a.a. SOL. [°F] TEMP. + n.a.a.a.a.a. + n. n. [°C] TEMP. n.a.a. n.a. 0 0 + 0 n. [°C] TEMP.a. + n.a. + 0 n.a.a. n. + + + + + + + + + n.a.a. SOL. + + + n. + + + n.a. n. + n. n. SOL.a. + 0(+) + + n. n. + n. 0 0 n.a. n. - + + + + + + + n.

n. POTASSIUM BROMIDE. n. SOL.a.a. POTASSIUM CARBONATE.a. + + + FL5 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE NATURAL GAS NEON NICKEL ACETATE. n. n.a.a.a. AQ.a.a.a. 0 0 0 0 0 0 n. n. POTASSIUM BORATE. POTASSIUM BROMATE. n. 0 n.a. n. SOL.a. n.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP. n. (+) + + + n.a. 0 + + + 0 0 - + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 0 0 + + 0 + 0 + + + + + + + 0 + - + + 0 + n. n. 0 + + (-) + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 0 0 + + 0 0 + + + + + + + 0 + - + + + + 0 + + 0 0 0 0 + + + 0 0 + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + 0 + + + + + + + + + 0 + 0 0 0 n.a.a. + n. n.a. + + 0 0 0 n.a. n. POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE 10 % POTASSIUM PERCHLORATE.a. n. n.a.a. + n.a. 0 + + + n. + + n. + + (+) + n. + n. AQ. [°C] TEMP. POTASSIUM DICHROMATE.a.a. SOL.a. NITRIC ACID 10% NITRIC ACID 65% NITRIC ACID FUMING NITROBENZENE NITRO DILUTION NITROETHANE NITROGEN NITROGEN TETROXIDE NITROMETHANE 1-NITROPROPANE OCEANIC HW 443 (WATER-GLYCOL. 65E. n.a. n. AQ. n.a. CONTROL FLUID) OCEANIC HW 540 O-CHLOROETHYLBENZENE OCTADECANE OCTANE (N-OCTANE) OCTYL ALCOHOL OCTYL CRESOL OLEIC ACID OLIVE OIL ORANGE ESSENCE OXALIC ACID 25% OXYGEN OZONE AIR MIXTURE .no . 0 n. n. (+) 0 + (0) 0 + 0 + n. AQ. n. n.a.a.a.a.a. n.a. n. n. n.a.a. n. + 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 n. + + + + + n. + + 0 + (-) 0 + 0 + + 0 + n.a. n. n. n. n. + + + n.a.a. AQ.a. n. 0 + + + + + 0 n. POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE 25 % PROPANE PROPANOL PROPYL ACETATE PROPYL AMINE PROPYLENE PROPYLENE GLYCOL PROPYLENE OXIDE PRUSSIC ACID P-TERTIARY BUTYL CATECHOL PYDRAUL 29ELT. SOL.a. n.a. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 n.a. n.a.a. + 0(+) n.a. + n. AQ.a. CONTROL FLUID) OCEANIC HW 443 OCEANIC HW 540 (WATER-GLYCOL. 73 176 73 73 73 212 73 73 122 73 73 + + n. n.a.a.a.a.a.a. SOL.a.a.a. 0(+) n.a.a. SOL. SOL. [°F] TEMP.a. n.a. 0(+) + n.a.220 QUINTOLUBRIC N822 .a.a.a. n. n.a.a. n.a.no + Excellent 0 - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. n.a. n.a. 90E PYDRAUL 312C. + n. POTASSIUM CYANIDE. 0 (-) n.a.a. 540C PYDRAUL F-9 PYRANOL (TRANSFORMER OIL) PYRIDINE PYRROLE QUINTOLUBRIC N822 .a.a. n.a. SOL.a. 30E. n. N-PENTANE PENTOSIN CHF 11S CHEMICAL RESISTANCE PHOSGENE GAS PHOSGENE LIQUID PHOSPHORIC ACID 20% PHOSPHORIC ACID CONCENTRATED PHOSPHOROUS OXYLCHLORIDE PHOSPHOROUS TRICHLORIDE PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPER PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER PICRIC ACID 10% PINE NEEDLE OIL PINE OIL PIPERIDINE PLANTOHYD 40 (GENOL) POLYVINYL ACETATE EMULSION POTASH CAUSTIC 10% POTASSIUM ACETATE.a.a. 0 0 n. n. n. + + + + + + n.a. n.a.a. SOL.a. + + n. + + n. (+) + n.a. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 23 23 50 50 23 23 23 23 23 40 40 23 80 23 23 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 23 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 80 80 80 23 23 23 80 80 80 Moderate 73 73 122 122 73 73 73 73 73 104 104 73 176 73 73 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 73 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 176 176 176 73 73 73 176 176 176 (-) 0(+) n.a. + + 0 + + n.a.a.300 QUINTOLUBRIC N850 LEGEND: 23 23 50 50 50 23 23 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 60 70 60 70 23 23 23 23 23 23 50 50 23 23 40 23 55 50 23 n.a. n. 0 (-) (-) (-) n. SOL.a. 0 0 0 + + 0 0 + (-) + + + + 0 n. n.a.a.a. AQ. n. + + n.a. POTASSIUM CHLORIDE.a. 23 80 23 23 23 100 23 23 50 23 23 Moderate 73 73 122 122 122 73 73 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 140 158 140 158 73 73 73 73 73 73 122 122 73 73 104 73 131 122 73 n.a.a. (-) n. 0 0 + + + n. 0 0 0 0 + n.a.a.a. SOL.a. + 0 0(+) n. + + + n. + n. 50E. n.a.a. + 0 + + + + n. AQ. + + + (-) (-) (-) (0) + + 0 n.a.a.a.a.a. n.a.a. n.a. not available seal-jet.a. n. n. 50 PPHM OZONE PALMITIC ACID PARAFFIN MOLTEN PARAFFIN OIL PEANUT OIL PENTACHLORODIPHENYL PENTANE .a. + + n. NICKEL SULFATE. + + + 8 130 PERCHLORIC ACID PERCHLOROETHYLENE PETROLEUM PETROLEUM PETROLEUM ETHER PHENOL PHENOL/WATER 70:30 %WEIGHT PHENYL ETHYL ETHER PHENYL HYDRAZINE LEGEND: FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 131 + Excellent 0 - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a. + + + + + n. + + + 0 + 0 + + + + n.a. n.a.a.a. SOL. n. AQ.a. AQ. n. + n. AQ. n. AQ. [°C] TEMP. n. + + + + 0 + + + n. n. POTASSIUM CHLORATE. not available seal-jet. + n.

SODIUM PERBORATE. + + n.a.a.a. SODIUM BENZOATE. + n. + + + + 0 + + n. [°F] TEMP. n.a.a.a. SOL. (0) n.a.a. SOL. n. SODIUM DICHROMATE. n. + + + + + + + 0 0 (0) n. n. n.a. 0 0 0 + 0 0 + + n.a.a.a. n. n.a.a. SOL. n. SODIUM BISULFITE.a.a. DRY SUNFLOWER OIL SUVA HP 62 SUVA 134a SUVA 9000 TANNIC ACID TAR .a.a.a.a.a. 0 0 n.a. SCHNAPS STARCH.a. SILICONE OIL SILVER NITRATE.a. AQ. 0 0 0 + 0 0 0 0 + + 0 0 + 0 (0) 0 + + 0 n. n. AQ. + 0(+) + -(0) n.no . AQ.a.a. AQ.no + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. + + n. 0 + + + + n. + 0(+) + + + + n. SODIUM BORATE. SILICONE OIL SILICONE GREASE. 8 132 SODIUM CHLORATE.a.a. SOL. n. AQ. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE SODIUM STEARATE. SOL.a.a. [°C] TEMP.a. + n. (+) + + 0 0 + + + n.a.a. 23 23 23 23 80 50 23 60 80 60 60 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 50 80 50 70 70 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 30 50 50 140 176 n. n. SOL. not available seal-jet. SODIUM SULFIDE. + 0 + + + - + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + 0 + + + + 0 + + + + + n. n.a. + + n. SODIUM SULFATE. SOL. SOL.a. SOL.a. n. n. 73 73 73 73 176 122 73 140 176 140 140 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 122 176 122 158 158 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 86 122 122 + + + + 0 + + + + + + 0(+) + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n. 0 0 + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 0 + + 0 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -(0) 0 n. SOLUBLE OIL SOUP SOLUTION SOUR MILK SOYA OIL SPIRITS. SODIUM THIOSULFATE. UP TO 180°C / 356°F STEARIC ACID STYRENE. + + n.a. + + n. SODIUM CARBONATE.a. AQ. AQ.a. SOL. n. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + + + + + + + + + + + 0 n. + 0 + + + - + + + + + + + + 0 0 0 0 + n. SODIUM CYANIDE. + 0 n. SKYDROL 500 B4 (MONSANTO) SKYDROL LD4 (7000) (MONSANTO) SODIUM ACETATE. n. n. MONOMER SULFUR CHLORIDE SULFUR DIOXIDE.a.a.a.a. 23 23 80 23 23 23 23 23 80 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 70 23 23 23 122 122 122 73 n. AQ. SOL. AQ. AQ.a.a. SODIUM HYDROXIDE 10% (CAUSTIC SODA) SODIUM HYDROXIDE 25% (CAUSTIC SODA) SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE. + + + + + n. 33 SHELL TELLUS T 37 SHELL TELLUS 68 SHELL TELLUS 68 + 5% CASTROL CX 23 SHELL TIRENA WA SHELL TMO SW 30 SIDERLUBRIC 822-200 SILICONE GREASE.a.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP. + 0(+) n. n. SOL. SOL.a.a. SOL. AQ. 0 n. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 n.a. n. STEAM. AQ. SODIUM CHLORIDE(SALT). n. n. AQ. 50 50 50 23 50 150 180 50 23 23 50 50 23 23 23 23 23 100 23 mp.a. UP TO 150°C / 302°F STEAM. + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 0 0 + n. n.a. 122 122 122 73 122 302 356 122 73 73 122 122 73 73 73 73 73 212 73 mp.a. SOL. AQ. WET SULFUR HEXAFLUORIDE SULFURIC ACID 10% SULFURIC ACID 25% SULFURIC ACID 50% SULFURIC ACID 60% SULFURIC ACID 75% SULFURIC ACID 96% SULFUR MOLTEN SULFUROUS ACID SULFUR TRIOXIDE. AQ.a. AQ. + + + + n. n. [°C] TEMP. SODIUM NITRITE.a. n.a.a. n.a.a. SOL. n.a. + + + + + + + 0(+) + + (0) n. + 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 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 50 50 50 23 n. LEGEND: FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 133 + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a. + + + + + + + + n.a. FL5 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE Q8 KIRON LT68 (KUWAIT PETROLEUM) RAPE OIL (RAPE SEED OIL) RARE GAS REFERENCE FUEL A (ISO 1817) REFERENCE FUEL B (ISO 1817) REFERENCE FUEL C (ISO 1817) REFERENCE FUEL D (ISO 1817) RENOLIN MR 20 VG 68 (FUCHS) SALT SOLUTION SAUERKRAUT SHELL ALVANIA R 2 SHELL DIALA-ÖL D SHELL DROMUS OIL B SHELL FIREGARD 200 SHELL HSG 80W/90 SHELL HYDROL DO 46 SHELL MACOMA 72 SHELL NATURELLE HF-E 15 SHELL OMALA 68 SHELL TELLUS 27. AQ. n. n. DRY SULFUR DIOXIDE.a. + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 0 + n. TAR OIL TEBIOL HVI 32 A TERTIARY BUTYL MERCAPTAN TETRABROMOETHANE TETRACHLOROETHANE TETRACHLOROMETHANE TETRAETHYL LEAD TETRAHYDROFURAN TETRALIN (SULFOLANE) TEXACO REGAL B TEXACO UNI-TEMP TEXAMATIC “A” TRANSMISSION-OIL THIOKOL TP-90 B LEGEND: 60 80 n. not available seal-jet.a.a. n. SOL. 73 73 176 73 73 73 73 73 176 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 158 73 73 73 n.a.a. SOL.a. AQ.a.a.

SOL. (+) + n.a.a. DRINKING (HOT) WATER. 60 60 70 60 70 140 140 158 140 158 + 0 + 0 - + + + + + 0 0 0 0 0 (+) n.a. n.a. SOL.a. AQ.a. (+) 0(+) + + n.a.a. n. n. n. AQ. 1110. n. n. FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 135 LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. + + n.a.a.a. n. + n.a. n.a. 0 n. unknown factors in the application of seals can influence the correctness of a general recommendation tremendously. n. 50 50 50 80 50 50 60 122 122 122 176 122 122 140 + + n.a. + + + + + + + + + n.a. WASTE WATERGLASS WHISKEY WINE (WHITE. VACUUM PUMP OIL N 62 (LEYBOLD) VASELINE VEGETABLE OIL VINEGAR 5% VINYL CHLORIDE WAGNER 21 B WATER.a.no seal-jet. n. 0 + + n. n. YOGHURT ZINC ACETATE. + (-) + + 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 + n. + + n.no . + + + + n.a. n. + n. [°C] TEMP. n.a. [°C] TEMP. [°F] RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) TEMP.a. 0 + + + + n.a. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 23 23 23 23 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 50 70 80 50 80 40 23 23 23 23 100 20 80 100 50 80 50 23 23 23 23 23 23 30 50 50 50 73 73 73 73 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 122 158 176 122 176 104 73 73 73 73 212 68 176 212 122 176 122 73 73 73 73 73 73 86 122 122 122 n.a.a. ZINC CHLORIDE.a.a.a.a. + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + n.a. n. SOL. 23 23 73 73 + + + + + 0 + + + - n. 43 ESSO NUTO H 22 ESSO NUTO H 68 ESSO SPINESSO 10 MOBIL AMBREX 33 23 73 - - - - + - 0 n. DISTILLED WATER.a. RED) WOOD OIL FL5 HPU LPU PA1 n. n.a. not available seal-jet. for which reason the recommendations and proposals resulting from this list cannot be regarded as binding. AQ.a. 0 0 0 (0) 0 0 0 + 0 0 + + + + + n.a.a. + + + + 0 + + 0 + + + + 0(+) + + + n. + + + + + + + 0 + n. + + 150 150 200 302 302 392 - - - + + + - + + - - - 80 176 n. 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + PRESSURE FLUID RESISTANCE BRAKE FLUID WAGNER 21 B CONTROL FLUID ERIFON HD 856 (WATER/GLYCOL) OCEANIC HW 443 (WATER/GLYCOL) OCEANIC HW 443 OCEANIC HW 540 (WATER/GLYCOL) OCEANIC HW 540 FIRE-EXTINGUISHING MEDIUM HALON 1211 HALON 1301 FUEL ESSO FUEL 208 JET FUEL A1 GREASE AEROSHELL 7A AEROSHELL 17 AEROSHELL 750 ESSO CAZAR K1 (MINERAL-GREASE) KLÜBER SYNTHESO PROBA 270 (LITHIUM-GREASE) MOLYDUVAL MOLYKOTE-FETT (MINERAL-GREASE) SHELL ALVANIA R 2 (MINERAL-GREASE) HEAT CARRIER OIL DOWTHERM A DOWTHERM E ESSO THERMALÖL T HIGH-TEMPERATURE OIL MOBIL THERM 600 LUBRICANT TEXACO UNI-TEMP MINERAL OIL ARAL VITAM GX 32 ARAL VITAMOL 3865 ARAL VITAMOL 4004 CASTROL ALPHA SP 68 CASTROL HYSPIN AWS 32 ESSO ESSTIC 42.a. testing and on information from the specialised literature.a.a. n. + 0 + 0 0 (-) 0 + + + + 0 + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + n. DRINKING (MINERAL) WATER.a.a. [°F] HPU LPU PA1 POM1 CHEMICAL RESISTANCE THIOKOL TP-95 THIONYL CHLORIDE TOLUENE TOLUYLENE DIISOCYANATE TOOTH-PASTE TRANSFORMER OIL TRIACETIN TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE TRICHLOROACETIC ACID TRICHLOROETHANE TRICHLOROETHYLENE (TRIAD) TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE TRIETHANOLAMINE TRINITROTOLUENE TRIOCTYL PHOSPHATE TURPENTINE UNIVIS 40 (ESSO) UNIVIS J 13 (ESSO) UREA. SEA WATER. n.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) TABLE 3 RU5 (VMQ) RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) POM1 RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP. n. + n.a. 1120.a.a.a.a.a. n. LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n. DRINKING (COLD) WATER.a. n.a.a. n. AQ. n.a. + n.a. 23 80 73 176 n. DRINKING (HOT) WATER. n.a. SOL. - + + - + - + 23 73 + + + + - + 0 + 80 80 80 80 80 23 80 80 80 80 80 70 176 176 176 176 176 73 176 176 176 176 176 158 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + 0 + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + - + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 0 - + + + + + + + + + + + + 8 134 XENON XYLENE YEAST. (+) + + (+) + + + + + + + + + + + n. 1130 All data and recommendations shown in this list are based on many years of experience with the production of seals. + + n. (+) + n.a. n. + - + + 0 + + + + 0 0 n.a. n.a.a.a.a. not available MOBIL AMBREX 830 MOBIL DELVAC 1100.a.a.a. + + + + + (+) n.a.a. 0(+) - + + + + - + + - n.a.a. n.a. n. n. In spite of all the experiences.

a. 33 SHELL TELLUS T 37 SHELL TELLUS 68 SHELL TELLUS 68 + 5% CASTROL CX 23 SHELL TIRENA WA TEXACO REGAL B VACUUM PUMP OIL N 62 (LEYBOLD) PRESSURE FLUID HEES BP BIOHYD SE 46 CICO H 3000 HESSOL BIOL HE 46 SHELL NATURELLE HF-E 15 SHELL TMO SW 30 TEBIOL HVI 32 A BRENNTAG TR 32 BRENNTAG TR 32 BRENNTAG TR 46 BRENNTAG TR 46 PRESSURE FLUID HETG BIOMIL H (UNGARN) BP BIOHYD 46 CASTROL BIOTEC ALPIN 22 CASTROL BIOTEC HVX HESSOL BIOL HR 37 PLANTOHYD 40 (GENOL) PRESSURE FLUID HFA-E HOUGHTO-SAFE 5040 HYDRA . 0 (+) (+) (0) 0 0 + + n. - n.a. + n. [°F] TEMP.a. 620 SHELL FIREGARD 200 PRESSURE FLUID HFD-R HOUGHTO-SAFE 1010. 65E. n.a. REMAINING FYRQUEL LT (AKZO NOBEL) REFRIGERANTS FREON / FRIGEN 11 FREON / FRIGEN 112 (WITH / WITHOUT OIL) FREON / FRIGEN 113 FREON / FRIGEN 114 FREON / FRIGEN 114 B2 80 70 80 176 158 176 + + + + + + + + + + + + - + + + - + + + 80 176 - - n.a. n. 1055 PYDRAUL 29ELT. 30E.a. n. [°C] TEMP.a.a.300 QUINTOLUBRIC N850 SIDERLUBRIC 822-200 PRESSURE FLUID.a.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP.a. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + FL5 PRESSURE FLUID RESISTANCE MOBIL DTE 25 MOBIL VACTRA NR. 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 n.VIS (HOUGHTON VAUGHAN) PRESSURE FLUID RESISTANCE BP ENERGOL SF-C 15 HOUGHTO-SAFE 271. 0 (+) (+) (0) + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + + + 0 + 0 0 0 + 0 + + 0 + + 0 0 + + 0 + 0 + + n.a. not available seal-jet.no LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a. - n.a.a.no . 80 80 80 80 176 176 176 176 + + + + 0 0 - - + + + + - 0 0 0 0 (-) (-) (-) - + + + + 80 80 80 80 80 80 50 60 50 60 176 176 176 176 176 176 122 140 122 140 + + + + + + 0 + 0 0 - + + + + + + + + + + + + + + - 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + AEROSHELL FLUID 4 (SHELL) UNIVIS 40 (ESSO) UNIVIS J 13 (ESSO) PRESSURE FLUID. + - n. n.a. n.a.a.a.a. + + + + + + + (+) + + - + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 + + + (-) (-) (-) (-) - + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 80 80 80 80 80 80 176 176 176 176 176 176 + + + + + + 0 0 0 0 - + + + + + + - - - + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + FREON / FRIGEN 115 FREON / FRIGEN 12 FREON / FRIGEN 13 FREON / FRIGEN 13 B1 FREON / FRIGEN 134A FREON / FRIGEN 14 FREON / FRIGEN 142 B 50 70 60 60 122 158 140 140 (+) + + - + + + + + + - + + + - + + + + 0 0 0 0 + + + + FREON / FRIGEN 152 A FREON / FRIGEN 21 FREON / FRIGEN 218 FREON / FRIGEN 22 FREON / FRIGEN 31 8 136 H-17(UNGARN) SHELL DROMUS OIL B PRESSURE FLUID HFA-S HYDROLUBRIC 120 B (HOUGHTON VAUGHAN) PRESSURE FLUID HFB Q8 KIRON LT68 (KUWAIT PETROLEUM) PRESSURE FLUID HFC BP ENERGOL SF-C 15 FL5 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 60 140 + - + + + + + + 0 + FREON / FRIGEN 32 FREON / FRIGEN 502 8 137 60 140 + - + + - + - + 0 + FREON / FRIGEN BF(F112) FREON / FRIGEN C 316 50 122 0(+) - + 0 + + 0 + 0 + FREON / FRIGEN C 318 FREON / FRIGEN MF LEGEND: + Excellent 0 Moderate - Not recommended ( ) Presumedly n.a.a. 0 + + n.a. n. (+) + n. n. not available seal-jet. 540C PYDRAUL F-9 SKYDROL 500 B4 (MONSANTO) SKYDROL LD4 (7000) (MONSANTO) PRESSURE FLUID HFD-U QUINTOLUBRIC N822 . 90E PYDRAUL 312C.a. n. 50E. + + + + + + + + + n.a.a. n. (+) + + (+) + (+) (+) (+) (+) n. + (+) + (+) (+) n. [°C] TEMP. n. [°F] POM1 POM1 HPU HPU LPU LPU PA1 PA1 0 0 0 n.a. LOW TEMPERATURE 80 80 70 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 70 80 176 176 158 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 158 176 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + - + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0 0 0 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 60 50 60 140 122 140 -(0) 0 0(+) - + + + 0 0 0 + + + + + + 0 0 (+) + + + 50 80 80 80 70 70 122 176 176 176 158 158 (-) n.220 QUINTOLUBRIC N822 .a.2 MOBILOIL SAE 20 PENTOSIN CHF 11S (BRANCH OF AUTOMOBILE) RENOLIN MR 20 VG 68 (FUCHS) SHELL DIALA-ÖL D SHELL HYDROL DO 46 SHELL MACOMA 72 SHELL TELLUS 27. (+) n.a. - - - + + + + - + + 0 + + - 0 n.a.

9 234.98 129.75 159.5 192.6 258.69 40.172 0.6 279.7 296.a.203 0.953 6.70 140.3 189.159 5.5 294.2 278.4 302.07 92. n. n.4 323.80 51.031 0.99 52.7 317.86 68.86 43.8 303.1 219.2 282.95 83. 0 n. n.556 5.812 24.76 107.3 268.6 198.65 171.9 245.78 28.08 167.24 45.8 199.922 0.9 239.25 96.0 256.55 107.4 300.8 178.77 55.51 163.11 138.30 139.3 195.7 294. n.a.762 5.9 293.969 0.4 202.61 177.8 307.a.71 88.01 75.8 328.88 66.225 22.0 248.24 172.6 248.15 32.a.8 205.35 158.3 293.344 0.40 2” 50.4 306.7 286.68 92.20 76.5 221.29 39.10 63.67 42.61 75.462 17.60 102.80 26.3 312.2 276.71 138.3 287.74 109.4 279.25 120.8 278.a.59 78.58 103.62 150.79 153.4 229.46 144.91 37.3 262.54 32.303 12.67 67.6 307.55 82.3 260.5 267.92 137.297 0.9 262.5 184.9 314.64 71.1 315.60 76.547 0.3 187.1 186.572 3.5 315.859 18.7 184.74 134.7 292.47 67.9 191.7 319.08 40.96 106.984 2.a.4 254.96 31. n.1 311.85 95.3 243.422 0.9 241.0 227.003 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 + + + + + + 0 + 0 0 + + + + + + 0 + 0 0 + + 0 + + + 0 n.5 311.0 231.875 0.38 27.5 215.50 113.47 92.0 254.5 209.0 181.84 97.3 218.7 263.27 118.2 234.047 0.2 309.8 299.9 316. 0 + + + + + n.26 170.969 4.000 1” 25.319 10.1 236.0 252.2 249.a.6 256.30 164.00 127.57 130. + + n.36 106.4 208.46 119.a.5 296.1 194.9 268.a.08 142.17 130.4 183.30 89.4 308.875 16.43 173. n.4 248.1 292.53 34.73 161.56 30.1 323.46 42.0 206.0 183.15 82.81 126.6 231.0 179.453 0.637 21.8 1/64 1/32 3/64 1/16 5/64 3/32 7/64 1/8 9/64 5/32 11/64 3/16 13/64 7/32 15/64 1/4 17/64 0.43 123.89 166.2 180.72 61.606 25.6 204.078 0.19 103.21 151.4 227.081 15. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 80 176 + - - + - - - + + + 23 23 73 73 n.16 132.1 267.a.6 308.40 7” 177. + 0 + 0 0 n.93 85.MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS RU4 (H-NBR) RU3 (EPDM) RU1 (NBR) RU2 (FKM) RU5 (VMQ) TEMP.99 27.54 109. + + 0 + + + 0 n.86 170.0 308.3 291.45 94.a.9 214.93 60.62 125.47 117.9 237.54 134.12 86.7 271.3 316.7 267.25 70.00 6” 152.0 225. n.112 11.0 200.050 19.2 199.5 240.9 210.34 108.2 257.431 21.016 0.79 103.5 211.a.34 83.28 91.287 14.3 237.13 34.58 78.144 7.68 167.9 193.2 224.953 0.1 238.18 28.6 277.6 252.28 66.51 138.44 71.77 30.5 246.2 178.53 84.0 281.8 255.8 226.74 59.4 273.794 1.5 213.56 157.7 323.9 266.44 121.684 15.01 125.70 165.60 5” 127.156 0.266 0.4 196.0 208.88 168.a.447 19.509 11.82 74.9 216.98 154.67 144.32 35.7 288.516 0.3 220.6 325.44 96.56 80.a.6 285.19 128.1 242.95 108.95 158.2 232.0 250.53 59.3 235. n.03 123.397 0.8 228.478 15.1 290.8 280.272 16.5 244.4 231.8 232.8 207.1 313.74 84. n.86 145.1 286.366 4.97 131.191 1.4 179.14 159.0 327.65 96.734 0.23 47.12 111.33 85. [°F] CONVERSION CHART POM1 PA1 FL5 HPU PRESSURE FLUID RESISTANCE FREON / FRIGEN PCA FREON / FRIGEN T-P 35 FREON / FRIGEN T-WD 602 FREON / FRIGEN TA FREON / FRIGEN TC FREON / FRIGEN TF FREON / FRIGEN TMC SUVA HP 62 SUVA 134a SUVA 9000 SILICON OIL DOW CORNING 550 E SOFTENER THIOKOL TP-90 B (POLYESTER-SOFTENER) THIOKOL TP-95 SYNTHETIC OIL KLÜBER SYNTHESO D 220 .0 300.750 0.328 0.406 0.84 147.a.a.609 0.065 17.587 1.493 13.4 256. n.1 261.6 179.3 297.7 244.6 327. 0 n.1 246.67 169.7 236.08 117.891 0.07 169.7 240.2 301.1 211.8 253.a.9 320.4 327.4 283.81 176.715 11.26 68.5 317.5 269.525 9.20 51.484 0.621 23.859 0.a.14 109.256 18.42 48.700 13.0 310.89 141.a.69 65.16 55.85 120. n.66 44.13 161.1 209.27 41.11 163.a.9 287.6 227.23 97.2 255.61 100.83 174.8 324.1 215.656 0.3 318. n.41 125.2 251.9 289.4 250.938 0.1 319.24 122.3 314.90 114.8 284.3 289.984 0.38 104.5 236.0 229.7 188.59 128.828 0.1 296.8 197.9 260.6 250.1 265.0 273.3 270.69 90. [°C] TEMP.1 244.6 300.35 133.73 136.01 50.9 322.49 90.03 173.2 201.8 249.8 274.92 162. n.0 306.500 0.63 123.90 89.0 233.4 233.52 136.6 183.8 301.1 269.96 81.6 310.87 118.4 258.334 8.50 88.8 209.3 266.63 98.7 238. n.766 0.1 184.37 29.84 122.9 247.48 65.0 283.94 58.3 210.88 91.8 259.469 0.07 67.58 53.39 52.33 160.8 224.6 206.72 163.17 80. In spite of all the experiences.240 20.36 81.0 304.594 0.89 39.0 223. n.6 181.1 217.672 0.28 141.21 49.68 117. + + + n.76 132.a.2 305.3 295.59 26.40 152. 8 138 seal-jet.9 212.a.1 213.5 313.14 134.06 144. n.84 172.391 0.6 233.61 50.45 171.1 317.9 185.8 282.43 148.a. n.37 156.8 251.57 28.375 0.48 40.49 167.1 190.a.42 98.65 146.06 119.5 217. n.28 116.6 283.063 0.22 124.2 280.4 252.53 111.9 189.98 79.a.688 0.76 157.7 219.0 302.7 290.1 196.6 202.7 313.1 240. + 80 80 80 23 Not recommended 176 176 176 73 + + + n.09 115.6 200.05 146.41 150.0 198.2 328.49 140.2 326.937 8.15 107.10 165.7 265.04 121.9 243.02 150.a.9 264.04 96.68 142.844 0.22 149.81 49.94 160.8 326.250 0.01 100.60 152.85 70.6 281.3 241.72 36.843 20.91 164.06 94.6 302.92 35.094 0.11 113.188 0.a.10 88.4 204.66 94.4 325.54 159.3 191.4 181.27 168.4 206.890 14.36 56.234 0.49 115. testing and on information from the specialised literature.5 263.7 311.1 192.50 38.no 8 139 seal-jet.641 0.83 149.19 26.5 265.43 46.9 312.03 148.77 105.3 239. 23 73 n.6 10” 254.3 185.90 139.313 0.63 73.4 281.96 56.75 57.97 54.56 55. + + 9/32 19/64 5/16 21/64 11/32 23/64 3/8 25/64 13/32 27/64 7/16 29/64 15/32 31/64 1/2 33/64 17/32 35/64 9/16 37/64 19/32 39/64 5/8 41/64 21/32 43/64 11/16 45/64 23/32 47/64 3/4 49/64 25/32 51/64 13/16 53/64 27/32 55/64 7/8 57/64 29/32 59/64 15/16 61/64 31/32 63/64 80 176 n.a.5 238.7 269.5 286.57 105.82 124.36 131.21 74.8 257. - + + + + - n.39 77.415 23.2 222.79 128.31 62.7 298.9 297.3 272.17 105.8 201.no .87 143.32 60.66 69.381 2.63 148.19 153.02 175.7 190.39 127.8 222. n.7 215.66 119.93 110.1 271.8 8” 203.75 32.29 64.78 130.88 41.05 69.703 0.8 309.653 19.91 62.6 273.22 174.a.9 195.109 0.7 246. 0 + + - + - n.03 98.4 12” 304.5 271.0 277.05 44.34 58.0 258.034 21.95 133.a.8 276.70 38.29 166.922 10.6 223.30 114.37 54.2 9” 228.04 46.92 112.778 3.40 25.75 82.53 161.09 65.906 0.5 194.13 59.55 57.94 135.2 259.78 53.26 93.69 115.a.7 194.2 284.531 0.80 101.9 295.42 175.2 303.1 221.2 230.1 294.097 13. + + + + + + + + Excellent 0 Moderate - ( ) Presumedly n.37 79.8 234.7 315.EP (GLYCOL) TRANSFORMER OIL PYRANOL TRANSMISSION LUBRICANT HY-TRANS-PLUS MS 1207 (CASE) SHELL HSG 80W/90 (BRANCH OF AUTOMOBILE) SHELL OMALA 68 TEXAMATIC “A” TRANSMISSION-OIL LEGEND: LPU INCHES – MILLIMETERS Inches Decimals 0” 0.125 0.6 329.a.7 196.80 3” 76.0 204.23 72.3 216.0 202.04 71.281 0.141 0.42 73.797 0.31 37.85 45.3 320.91 87.5 319.747 7.128 9.a.219 0.a.0 298.18 53.578 0.4 200.83 72.33 135.77 80.02 73.32 137.64 173.a.65 121.45 69.18 155.3 285.83 47.4 225.5 242.0 275.7 221.5 290.4 198.10 38.8 182.97 156.52 86.8 305.7 186.0 285.98 104.7 321. not available All data and recommendations shown in this list are based on many years of experience with the production of seals.05 171.16 30.44 146.7 217.8 180.719 0.31 87.7 211.2 324.2 205.625 0.0 325.99 77.24 147.a.59 51.5 219.00 177.73 111.00 102.90 64.7 261.22 99.0 11” 279.a.3 245.563 0.40 75.72 86.359 0.35 31.3 193.3 264.a.9 291.175 3.9 218.731 9.6 275.51 36.2 253.71 63.33 110.26 43.81 151.828 22.5 234.09 140.20 126.45 44.9 318.6 208.12 61.5 288.3 212.5 188.1 263.9 187.87 93.2 207.02 48.2 307. n.2 203.51 61.55 132.7 213.34 33.3 322.5 190.0 329.a.62 175.6 229.41 100. n.9 270.4 275.64 46.82 99.1 188.540 7.3 214.14 84.7 242.2 247.5 292. for which reason the recommendations and proposals resulting from this list cannot be regarded as binding.25 145.2 197.6 259.2 226.6 304.4 223.2 274.09 90.18 78.78 155.50 63.27 143.59 153.07 42. n.4 310.7 192.73 34.2 299.438 0.13 136. n.9 220.668 17. + + + 0 0 + + + + + + + - + + + + 0 - n.8 230.1 321. n.38 154.4 277.1 288.906 12.018 23.38 129.49 165.813 0.2 182.5 186.20 4” 101.71 113.57 155.11 36.62 48.94 33.350 6.31 112.a.5 321.4 329.32 162.4 298.6 225. unknown factors in the application of seals can influence the correctness of a general recommendation tremendously.46 169.97 29.209 24.781 0.48 142.39 102.16 157.9 272.21 176.15 57.89 116.5 261.

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