O-RING SELECTION A

O-RING SELECTION GUIDE A

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Abietic AcidCO
Absolut AlcholVMF
AcetaldehydeEMF,T
AcetamideEC
AcetanilideCH
Acetate of limeEC
Acetate solventE
Acetic Acid + MethanolE
Acetic Acid < 40 %CM
Acetic Acid < 5%V,EM
Acetic Acid > 40 %CM
Acetic Acid AmideEC
Acetic Acid CrudeE
Acetic Acid Ethenyl EsterV,E
Acetic Acid Methyl EsterE
Acetic Acid VaporsV,E
Acetic Acid. GlacialC
Acetic AldehydeE
Acetic AnhydrideCC
Acetic EsterECF,E
Acetic EtherECF,E
Acetic OxideCC
Acetoacetic acidCC
AcetolEC
AcetoneEMF
Acetone 1 % + waterEM
Acetone Carboxylic AcidCC
Acetone ChloroformCST
Acetone Crboxylic AcidCC
Acetone CyanohydrinECT
AcetonitrileECT,F
Acetonyl AlcholEC
AcetophenetidideCS
AcetophenetidinCS
AcetophenoneES
AcetotoluidideC
AcetronitrineC
Acetyl AcetoneES
Acetyl BenzeneES
Acetyl CarbinolEC
Acetyl ChlorideWVT,F
Acetyl OxideCC
AcetyleneE,VSF,E
Acetylene GasEF,E
Acetylene Gas with WaterBM
Acetylene TetrabromideE,VOT
Acetylene TetrachlorideVST
AcetylenogenCDE
AcetylmethylcarbinolEM
AcetylphenetidinCS
AcetylphenolCS
Aconitic AcidCC
AcraldehydeECF,E
AcridineCOC
Acroleic AcidCMO
AcroleinECF,E
AcryladehydeECF,E
Acrylic AcidCM
Acrylic CopolymerC
Acryloid 954C
AcrylonitrileCOF
Adipic AcidCS
Advasol 210C
Aerozene 50
(50% Hydrazine, 50% UDM)E
Air <200FE,VM
Air <400FV
Airpmatic solvent 1040C
Alcohol (Ethyl)EM
Alcohol (Iso-Butyl)VM
Alcohol (Iso-Propyl)E,VM
Alcohol (Methyl)EM
Alcohol (Octyl)EM
Aldehyde AcetaldehydeE
Aliphatic Dicarboxylic AcidC
AlkanesC
Alkanesulphonic AcidC
AlkazeneVO
AlkoxidesC
Alkoxylated amine c2,c3C
Alkyd ResinsV
Alkyl AcetoneC
Alkyl AmineC
Alkyl Aryl SulphonatesC
Alkyl ArylsulphonicsC
Alkyl BenzeneV
Alkyl BenzotriazoleC
Alkyl ChlorideC
Alkyl DimethylamineC
Alkyl SulfideC
Alkylate (Light)V
Alkylate bottomsC
Alkylated benzene SulfonateC
Alkylnapthalene Sulfonic AcidC
Allyl AcetoneCCT
Allyl AldehydeECF,E
Allyl AmineCC
Allyl ChlorideCOF,T
Allyl KetoneE
Allylidene DiacetateC
Alpha PineeneC
Alpha PicolineC
Alum > 10 %E
Alum PotashE
Alum RT < 10 %E
Alum SolutionV,E
Aluminum AcetateEO
Aluminum BromideE,VV
Aluminum Chloride
(forms HCL with waterE,VV
Aluminum EthylateC
Aluminum FluorideE,VS
Aluminum FluosilicateCH
Aluminum FormateCC
Aluminum HydrateEO
Aluminum HydroxideEO
Aluminum LinoledateC
Aluminum NitrateE,VC
Aluminum OxalateC
Aluminum OxideBO
Aluminum PhosphateCO
Aluminum Potassium SulfateEC
Aluminum SaltsE,V
Aluminum silicate (clay)EO
Aluminum Sodium SulfateCC
Aluminum SulphateE,VC
Alums-NH3-CR-KEO
Amine: <160F°CO
Amines-MixedCO
Amino BenzeneEOT
Amino PhenolC
AminoanthraquinoneCO
AminoazobenzeneEO
Aminobenzene Sulfonic AcidCS
Aminobenzoic AcidCO
Aminoethylethanol-amineC
AminomethaneEOF,T
AminopyridineC
Aminosalicylic AcidC
Ammonia alumE
Ammonia, anhydrousECT
Ammonia: AqueousECT
Ammonia: CompressorN
Ammonia: GasE
Ammonia: Gas, Cold Liquid anhydrousE
Ammonium AcetateCC
Ammonium Acid CarbonateEC
Ammonium ArsenateC
Ammonium BicarbonateEC
Ammonium BichromateCCF
Ammonium BifluoridCCT
Ammonium BisulfiteC
Ammonium BromideCC
Ammonium CarbamateEC
Ammonium CarbonateEH
Ammonium ChlorideV.ECT
Ammonium Citrate, DibasicCC
Ammonium DichromateCCF
Ammonium DiphosphateC
Ammonium FluorideCCT
Ammonium FluosilicateCCT
Ammonium FormateC
Ammonium Hydrogen CarbonateEC
Ammonium Hydrogen FluorideC
Ammonium Hydroxide 3 Molar or concentratedE
Ammonium IodideCC
Ammonium LactateCC
Ammonium MetaphosphateC
Ammonium MolybdateCC
Ammonium Mono-BasicC
Ammonium NitrateECE
Ammonium Nitrate75%E
Ammonium NitriteE
Ammonium OxalateCCT
Ammonium Perchlorate*CCE
Ammonium PerchlorideC
Ammonium Persulfate 10%BCF
Ammonium Persulfate Solution*ECF
Ammonium Phosphate DibasicEC
Ammonium Phosphate Mono basicES
Ammonium Phosphate TribasicE
Ammonium PicrateCC
Ammonium PolysulfideCOT
Ammonium SalicylateCC
Ammonium SaltsEC
Ammonium SilicofluorideCCT
Ammonium SterateEOO
Ammonium SulfamateCCE
Ammonium SulfiteC
Ammonium SulphateEC
Ammonium SulphideECT
Ammonium ThiocyanateCC
Ammonium ThiocyanideV,E
Ammonium ThioglycollateCC
Ammonium ThiosulfateV,EC
Ammonium TribasicC
Ammonium TungstateCC
Ammonium ValerateC
AmonoxyleneCOT
Amyl AcetateEE
Amyl AlcoholESE
Amyl BorateB
Amyl ButyrateC
Amyl ChlorideVOF
Amyl ChloronaphthaleneV
Amyl Cinnamic AldehydeCO
Amyl HydrideVCF,E
Amyl LaurateC
Amyl MercaptanCOF
Amyl NaphthaleneV
Amyl Nitrate*E
Amyl PhenolCC
Amyl PropionateC
AmyleneECF,E
AmylumV,E
Analine SulfateC
Analine SulfiteC
Anderol L-774(Di-Ester)V
Anderol L-826 (Di-Ester)V
Anderol L-829 (Di-Ester)V
ANG-25 (Di ester Base) TG749V
ANG-25 (Glyceral Ester)V,E
Anhydrous AmmoniaECT
Anhydrous HydrazineCME
Anhydrous Hydrogen FluorideE
Anikline HydrochlorineC
AnilineEOT
Aniline DyesET
Aniline HydrochlorideECT
Aniline OilE
Aniline SaltsECT
Animal Oil (Lard Oil)VO
AnisoleCO
Anisoyle ChlorideCDT
ANO-366V
Ansul Ether 161 or 181C
Ant OilE
AnthracineCOC
Anthranilic AcidCHT
AnthraquinoneCO
Anti foam agentC
AntichlorV,EC
Antimony ChloridesEO
Antimony PentafluorideCH
Antimony Peroxide*C
Antimony saltsBCT
Antimony SulfateCDT,F
Antimony TrichlorideEO
Antimony TrifluorideCDT
Antimony TrisulfateCDT,F

COLUMN #2 THE O-RING (V) Viton ® grade 747-75, (E) ETHYLENE PROPYLENE, (B) BUNA N, (Bu) BUTYL, (C) CHEMRAZ OR Kalrez ®, (N) NEOPRENE

COLUMN #3 SOLUBLE IN WATER (C) COLD WATER, (H) HOT WATER , (O) NOT SOLUBLE, (S) SLIGHTLY SOLUBLE, (V) REACTS VIOLENTLY WITH WATER, (D) DECOMPOSES, (H) HYDROLIZES, (M) MISCIBLE

COLUMN #4 HAZARDOUS, NEEDS TWO SEALS (F) FIRE, (T) TOXIC, (C) CARCINOGEN, [E) EXPLOSIVE

* OXIDIZER – WILL ATTACK ALL FORMS OF CARBON
® REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF DUPONT DOW ELASTOMERS

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  • On February 09, 2018