The most commonly used O-Ring material due to it's strength and durability.They are suitable for a broad range of fluids including oils, water, and mild chemicals.
Fluoroelastomer O-Rings have excellent resistance to a broad range of chemicals, oils, water, and high temperatures.
Silicone O-Rings are often used for their high purity. Made of FDA materials, they have an excellent temperature range and good resistance to mild chemicals, animal and vegetable oils, and water.
EPDM is a strong material with a broad temperature range.Excellent Resistance to water, steam, and many chemicals.
FFKM has the best resistance to chemicals and high temperatures amongst all O-Ring materials.
Fluorosilicone is a combination of fluoroelastomer and silicone which results in an excellent material for fuels, chemicals, and oils with excellent high and low temperature resistance.
The strongest O-ring material making it a popular choice in wear applications where abrasives, high pressure, and movement are present.
PTFE is low friction material with an excellent temperature range.Excellent resistance to chemicals and steam.
Combines the chemical and oil resistance of Viton with the steam resistance of EPDM. Often used in oil drilling and deep earth applications.
Butyl is known for it's low permeability to air and gas, making it the best material for keeping oxygen or other gases from passing through the material. It is commonly used in vacuum applications where no oxygen can be present.