The main materials of rubber gaskets are: silicone rubb […]
The main materials of rubber gaskets are: silicone rubber, nitrile rubber, fluorine rubber, styrene-butadiene rubber and other rubbers. The silicone rubber has outstanding resistance to high and low temperatures. It can maintain good elasticity in a temperature range of 70°C to 260°C, and is resistant to ozone and weathering. Butadiene rubber is a polymer made of butadiene and acrylic eye copolymerized by emulsion. It has excellent oil resistance, as well as good wear resistance, aging resistance and air tightness.
Fluorine rubber has high temperature resistance, can be used in -20 ℃ to 200 ℃ environmental towels, resistant to strong oxidants, oil, acid and alkali, commonly used in high temperature, high vacuum and high pressure environments, also suitable for oil environment. Glue, natural rubber, EPDM, acrylic vinegar, and other special rubbers have the characteristics of oil resistance, acid, alkali, wear resistance, high and low temperature resistance, and are used in various specific conditions.