Rubber O Rings
An O-ring, is a loop of elastomer with a disc-shaped cross-section, designed to be seated in a groove and compressed during assembly between two or more parts, creating a seal at the interface.
Nitrile O Rings
Cost effective with the biggest choice of sizes available. Commonly used in applications requiring resistance to oil, fat and grease. (-30°C to +90°C).
Viton(FKM) O Rings
FKM O-rings are typically used in applications where resistance to wide range of chemicals and high temperature is crucial. (-15°C to +200°C).
EPDM O Rings
Excellent resistance to weathering, ozone and steam. Used in braking systems using glycol (Dot 3 and 4) and silicone based fluids (Dot 5). (-30°C to +125°C).
Silicon O Rings
Excellent resistance to temperature extremes, flexible at low temperatures. Used in many food and pharmaceutical applications. (-40°C to +200°C).
Neoprene O Rings
Chloroprene is a good multi-purpose material, it exhibits fair oil resistance and good ozone and weather resistance. (-40°C to +110°C).
They are one of the simplest, yet most engineered seal designs ever developed. They are the most common and important elements of machine design.
Applications : Used in Pumps & Valves, Mechanical Seals, Actuators, Hydraulic & Pneumatic cylinders, Filters, Lubricating systems, etc