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O-Ring Compatibility Guide
Material Temp. Range Recommended Uses Not Recommended for Mechanical Properties
1 to 120°C Silicone Greases / Oils
Water
Petroleum Oils / Fuels
Ethylene Glycol Fluids
Ketones (MEK)
Halogenated Hydrocarbons
Auto / Aircraft Brake Fluids
Strong Acids
Ozone
Good Wear Resistance
Good Compression Set Resistance
Good Short-Term Resilience
Good Permeation Resistance
-26 to 225°C Vacuum
Most Acids / Chemicals
Halogenated Hydrocarbons
Di-Ester Lubricants
Petroleum Oils / Fuels
Silicone Oils / Greases
Ketones (MEK)
Auto / Aircraft Brake Fluids
Amines (Ammonia)
Acetone, Ethyl Acetate
Hot Water and Steam (except specialty grades)
Low Molecular Esters and Ethers
Good Wear Resistance
Excellent Compression Set Resistance
Moderate Short-Term Resilience
Excellent Permeation Resistance
-54 to 204°C Dry Heat
Wide Temperature Range
Ozone
Odorless and Non-Toxic
Ketones (MEK)
Acids
Silicone Oils
Brake Fluids
Poor Wear Resistance
Excellent Compression Set Resistance
Poor Short-Term Resilience
Excellent Permeation Resistance
-65 to 150°C Ozone
Hot Water and Steam
Auto / Aircraft Brake Fluids
Some Acids and Bases
Ketones and Alcohols
Plumbing
Petroleum Oils
Fuels
Good Wear Resistance
Good Compression Set Resistance
Moderate Short-Term Resilience
Good Permeation Resistance
Varies with O-ring Energizer Material Chemical Resistance
Heat Resistance
High Pressure Seals
Hardware Requiring a Stretch Fit Fitting Over Sharp
Edges or Burrs
Good Wear Resistance
Good Short-Term Resilience
Good Permeation Resistance
-157 to 233°C Chemical Resistance
Fuel Resistance
Low Coefficient of Friction
Hardware Requiring a Stretch Fit Fitting Over Sharp
Edges or Burrs
Good Wear Resistance
Low Coefficient of Friction