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STANDARD O-RING SIZE CHART

SAN DIEGO SEAL, INC.

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SAN DIEGO SEAL, INC.

7635 RONSON ROAD - SAN DIEGO, CA 92111 - PH: 858-278-3270 - FAX: 858-278-2950

SAN DIEGO SEAL, INC.

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Kalrez® Industrial O-Ring Compounds

Kalrez® 7075

A new compound with enhanced physical performance properties including very low compression set (15% O-rings per ASTM D 395B) and improved seal force retention. It is a carbon black filled compound utilizing new and proprietary cure chemistry technology with mechanical properties designed for improving sealing performance in both high temperature environments and temperature cycling situations. 7075 joins the family of Kalrez ® Spectrum TM products designed for the chemical processing industry. To provide even greater sealing performance in dynamic applications where low friction is required, 7075 O-rings have a glossier finish than other Kalrez ® parts. 7075 was specifically developed to be used as an O-ring or custom-sealing component in the chemical and hydrocarbon industries, with an improved thermal resistance that extends maximum service temperature to 327°C (620°F). Kalrez ® Spectrum TM 7075 offers the enhanced elastomeric properties outlined above while providing a chemical resistance better than the industry standard set by Kalrez ® 4079.

Kalrez® 4079

A low compression set compound for general-purpose use in O-rings, diaphragms, seals, and other parts used in the process and aircraft industries. It is a carbon black-filled compound with excellent chemical resistance, good mechanical properties, and outstanding hot air aging properties. It exhibits low swell in organic an inorganic acids and aldehydes and has good response to temperature cycling effects. A maximum operating temperature of 316ºC (600ºF) is recommended, with short excursions to higher temperatures possible. This compound is not recommended for use in hot water/steam applications or in contact with certain hot aliphatic amines, ethylene oxide and propylene oxide.

Kalrez® 6375

A carbon black-filled compound for general use in O-rings, seals, diaphragms and other specialty parts specifically for the chemical process industry. This compound has excellent, broad chemical resistance, good mechanical properties, and outstanding hot-air aging properties. 6375 is well suited for mixed process streams because of its excellent resistance to acids, bases, and amines. In addition, it is the suggested compound for use in hot water steam, ethylene oxide and propylene oxide. A maximum service temperature of 275ºC (525ºF) is recommended.

Kalrez® 1050LF

A general-purpose compound for O-rings, seals, and other parts used in chemical process industries. It has good hot water/steam, excellent amine resistance, and enhanced compression set properties. Maximum recommended service temperature of 288ºC (550ºF). Not recommended for use in organic or inorganic acids at high temperatures.

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Kalrez® 1058

A carbon black-filled compound that has been plasticized with a perfluorinated oil. It is the softest, lowest modulus compound available. Generally, it is similar in chemical resistance to Compound 1050LF; it has an upper service temperature of 260ºC (500ºF). Typically used in applications that require how sealing force or high extensibility including liquid chromatography septa, seals/seats for relief valves and tubing. Its shrinkage is greater than other Kalrez compounds; therefore, finished parts may differ from standard specifications.

Kalrez® 3018

A carbon black-filled compound similar to Compound 1050LF, except for higher hardness/modulus. This compound offers the best hot water/steam resistance and the best high pressure extrusion resistance. Generally used in oil field and process industry applications where these properties coupled with good amine and general chemical resistance are required. A maximum service temperature of 220ºC (428ºF) is recommended.

Kalrez® 2035

A carbon black-filled compound that is well suited for selected applications in the finishings equipment, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, and chemical transportation markets. Compound 2035 has excellent chemical resistance exhibiting low swell in organic acids, inorganic acids, esters, ketones, and aldehydes. This compound is suggested for use in the ethylene oxide and propylene oxide applications. It also offers good mechanical properties. A maximum service temperature of 220ºC (428ºF) is recommended.

Kalrez® 2037

A non-black-filled compound that is well suited for selected applications in the pharmaceutical, semiconductor, and other markets that demand high purity elastomers. Compound 2037 has excellent chemical resistance exhibiting low swell in organic acids, inorganic acids, esters, ketones, and aldehydes. It also offers good mechanical properties. A maximum service temperature of 218ºC (425ºF) is recommended.

Miscellaneous Kalrez® Properties Many miscellaneous properties are of interest for specific applications. Some of these are unaffected by compound choice, while others vary with hardness or extensibility. As an example, coefficient of friction typically increases as hardness decreases. In general, miscellaneous physical properties are similar to those of Viton® fluoroelastomer.

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Note: Other specialty or custom compounds may be available or developed to applications that require different properties than the above compounds offer: 8375, 8385, 8101, 4001......

Typical Phisical Properties*

Kalrez® Compound

Durometer Hardness, Shore A, points ±5

(ASTM D2240)

7075 75

4079 75

6375 75

1050LF 82

1058 65

3018 91

2035 85

2037 79 900/6.2

100% Modulus, psi/MPa

(ASTM D412, 500 mm/mm (20in/mm))

1100/7.6 1050/7.2 1050 / 7.2 1800/12.4 675/4.7 2450/16.9 1250/8.6

Tensile Strength at Break, 2600/17.9 2450/16.9 2200/15.1 2700/18.6 1300/9.0 3150/21.7 2500/17.2 2450/16.9 psi/MPa

(ASTM D412, 500 mm/mm (20in/mm))

Elongation at Break, %

(ASTM D412, 500 mm/mm (20in/mm))

160

150

160

125

180

125

150

200

Compression Set, % at 70 hrs at 204ºC (400ºF)

(ASTM D395B, pellets)

12

25 -50 / -58

30

35

40

35

25 -54 / -65

27 -54 / -65

Brittle Point, ºC / ºF

(ASTM D746)

-41/ -42 -40 / -40 -37 / -35

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SAN DIEGO SEAL, INC.

INDUSTRIAL & MARINE SEALING DEVICES

BUNA-N® KIT NO: H90K VITON® KIT NO: V70K

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BUNA-N® WAREHOUSE KIT NO: H70KW VITON® WAREHOUSE KIT NO: V70KW

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

D D D D D D D D D D E D E D C C C E D D E E D A D E E D E E D D E E D D D D B B E D D D C E D B A B D E A B

CHLOR O P RE NE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Acetaldehyde Acetamide Acetic Acid, Glacial Acetic Acid, 30% Acetic Anhydride Acetone Acetophenone Acetyl Chloride Acetylene Acrylonitrile Adipic Acid Alkazene (Dibromoethyl-benzene) Alum-NH3-Cr-K (aq) Aluminum Acetate (aq) Aluminum Chloride (aq) Aluminum Fluoride (aq) Aluminum Nitrate (aq) Aluminum Phosphate (aq) Aluminum Sulfate (aq) Ammonia, Anhydrous Ammonia Gas (cold) Ammonia Gas (hot) Ammonium Carbonate (aq) Ammonium Chloride (aq) Ammonium Hydroxide(conc.) Ammonium Nitrate (aq) Ammonium Nitrite (aq) Ammonium Persulfate (aq) Ammonium Phosphate (aq) Ammonium Sulfate (aq) Amyl Acetate(Banana Oil) Amyl Alcohol Amyl Borate Amyl Chloronaphthalene Amyl Naphthalene Aniline Aniline Dyes Aniline Hydrochloride Animal Fats Ansul Ether(Anesthetics) Aqua Regia Aroclor, 1248 Aroclor, 1254 Aroclor, 1260 Arsenic Acid Arsenic Trichloride (aq) Askarel Asphalt ASTM Fuel A ASTM Fuel B ASTM Fuel C ASTM Fuel D ASTM Oil One ASTM Oil Two

D A C B C D D D A D A D A B A A A A A B A D D A D A A D A A D B A D D D D B A C D C D A A A B B A A A A A A

C B D A B C D D B D A D A B A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A D B A D D D B D B D D D D A A A D B B C C C A B

A A A A B A A D A D A D A A A A A A A A A B B A A A A A A A A A D D D A A B B C C C C A A C D D D D D D D D

D B C B D D D A A C E B D D A A A A A D D D E A B E E E E D D B A A A C B B A D B A A A A E A A A A A A A A

B B B A C C D C B D E D A D B B B A A C A A E E A E B E A E D D E D D D C D B D D B C B A E D D D D D D C C

C D B B B C D D B D A D A B A A A A A D A D A A D B A D A A D B D D D D B D D D D D D A A D D D D D D D D D

D A D B D D D A E E A B D D A A E E A D D D E E B E E E E E D A E B A C B B A C C B B A A E B B A A A A A A

BUTYL

A A B B B A A D A D A D A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A C A D D D A B B B C D C D A A C D D D D D D D D

D B C D D D D D A B D B A A A A A D A A A A A A A A A A A A D A A B B A A A A D B A A A A D A A B D D D A A

Notes:

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A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

FLUOR O ELAST OMER ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

B A D E A B D D D D B D E D D D D D A D A B D D D D B D A A D D E D D E E D E E D D D C A B D A A D D D C E

CHLOR O PRENE -

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NITRIL E

ASTM Oil Three Barium Chloride (aq) Barium Hydroxide (aq) Barium Sulfate (aq) Barium Sulfide (aq) Beer Beet Sugar Liquors Benzaldehyde Benzene Benzene Sulfonic Acid Benzine (Ligroin) (Nitrobenzine) Benzoic Acid Benzoyl Chloride Benzyl Alcohol Benzyl Benzoate Benzyl Chloride Biphenyl (Phenylbenzene) Bleach Solutions Borax Bordeaux Mixture Boric Acid Brine Bromine, Anhydrous Bromine Trifluoride Bromine Water Bromobenzene Bunker Oil Butadiene Butane Butter (Animal Fat) Butyl Acetate Butyl Acetyl Ricinoleate Butyl Acrylate Butyl Alcohol Butyl Amine Butyl Benzoate Butyl Carbitol Butyl Cellosolve Butyl Oleate Butyl Stearate Butylene Butyraldehyde Calcium Acetate (aq) Calcium Bisulfite (aq) Calcium Chloride (aq) Calcium Hydroxide (aq) Calcium Hypochlorite(aq) Calcium Nitrate (aq) Calcium Sulfide (aq) Cane Sugar Liquors Carbamate Carbitol Carbolic Acid (Phenol) Carbon Bisulfide

A A A A A A A D D D A C D D D D D D B B A A D D D D A D A A D C D A C D D D D B B D B B A A B A A A C B D C

B A A A A A B D D B B D D B D D D D A B A A D D D D D D A B D B D A D D C C D D C C B A A A C A A A B B C D

D A A A A A A A D C D C D A B D D A A A A A D D B D D C D A C A D B B B A A B C D B A A A A A A A A B B B D

A A A A A A A D A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A D A A A A A A D A D A D A A D A A A D D A A A A A A A A B A A

C A A A A A A B D D D C E B E D D B B B A A D D D D B D D B D E E B D E D E E E D D D A A A B B B A E B D D

D A A A B A A D D D D D D D D D D D B B A A D D D D D D D D D D D A D B D D D D D D D D A A C A B A D B E D

A A A A A A A C C B A B B B A B B B B B A A B D B A A B A A D B D B D A D D B B B D D A A A B A A A A B A A

BUTYL

D A A A A A A A D D D D D A B D D A A A A A D D C D D D D B C A D B C B A A B C D B A D A A A A A A B B B D

A A A A A A A B C D B A A A A A D A A A A D E E A D A E B A D A D A B A B E A A A D A A A A A A A A A A A A

Notes:

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A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

A A A D A D D D C E E D D E D D D D D D D D D D D D E A C E C A D D A A E A A C E D D A E D D E B D D E D D

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Carbon Dioxide Carbonic Acid Carbon Monoxide Carbon Tetrachloride Castor Oil Cellosolve Cellosolve Acetate Cellulube (Fryquel) China Wood Oil (Tung Oil) Chlorine (dry) Chlorine (wet) Chlorine Dioxide Chlorine Trifluoride Chloroacetic Acid Chloroacetone Chlorobenzene Chlorobromomethane Chlorobutadiene Chlorododecane Chloroform O-Chloronaphthalene 1-Chloro 1-Nitro Ethane Chlorosulfonic Acid Chlorotoluene Chlorox (Sodium Hypochlorite NaOCI) Chrome Plating Solutions Chromic Acid Citric Acid Coal Tar (Creosote) Cobalt Chloride (aq) Coconut Oil Cod Liver Oil Coke Oven Gas Copper Acetate (aq) Copper Chloride (aq) Copper Cyanide (aq) Copper Sulfate (aq) Corn Oil Cottonseed Oil Creosote (coal tar) Cresol Cresylic Acid Cumene Cyclohexane Cyclohexanol Cyclohexanone P-Cymene Decalin Decane Denatured Alcohol Detergent Solutions Developing Fluids Diacetone Diacetone Alcohol

A B A C A D D D A D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D B D D A A A A A D B A A A A A A D D D A C D D D A A A A D D

B A B D A D D D B C C D D D C D D D D D D D D D A D C A B A B B D B B A A C B B C C D C A D D D D A B A D B

B A A D B B B A C D C C D A A D B D D D D D D D B B C A D A C A D A A A A C B D D D D D C B D D D A A B A A

A A A A A C D A A A A A D D D A A A A A A D D A A A A A A A A A A D A A A A A A A A A A A D A A A A A A D D

B A A D A D D E D D D E D E D D D D D D D D D D B B C A D B A B B D A A A A A D D D D D D D D D B A A A D B

B B B D A D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D A D A D D D D A A B D D D D D D D D D D D D A B B D D

A A B C A D D C B A B B C D D B B B A D B D D B B B C A A A A A B D A A A A A A B B B B A D B A A A A A D D

BUTYL

B A A D B B B A C D C C D B B D B D D D D D D D B B C A D A C A D A A A B C C D D D D D D B D D D A A A A A

A A A C A A C B A E E E E E D C E C B D E E B D A A E A E A A A A D A B A A A A A A C B A C C B B A A A C C

Notes:

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A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

B B D D B C D D B D C C E A D D D E D E E E D E D D B D D D D D E D D C C D D D D D D D B B D D D D E E D E

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Dibenzyl Ether Dibenzyl Sebecate Dibromoethyl benzene (Alkazene) Dibutyl Amine Dibutyl Ether Dibutyl Phthalate Dibutyl Sebecate O-Dichlorobenzene Dichloro-Isopropyl Ether Dicyclohexylamine Diesel Oil Diethylamine Diethyl Benzene Diethyl Ether Diethylene Glycol Diethyl Sebecate Diisobutylene Diisopropyl Benzene Diisopropyl Ketone Diisopropylidene Acetone Dimethyl Aniline (Xylidine) Dimethyl Ether (Methyl Ether) Dimethyl Formamide Dimethyl Phthalate Dinitrotoluene Dioctyl Phthalate Dioctyl Sebecate Dioxane Dioxolane Dipentene Diphenyl (Phenylbenzene) Diphenyl Oxides Dowtherm Oil Dry Cleaning Fluids Epichlorohydrin Ethane Ethanolamine Ethyl Acetate Ethyl Acetoacetate Ethyl Acrylate Ethyl Alcohol Ethyl Benzene Ethyl Benzoate Ethyl Cellosolve Ethyl Cellulose Ethyl Chloride Ethyl Chlorocarbonate Ethyl Chloroformate Ethyl Ether Ethyl Formate Ethyl Mercaptan Ethyl Oxalate Ethyl Pentachlorobenzene Ethyl Silicate

D D D D D D D D D C A B D D A B B D D D C A B D D C D D D A D D D C D A B D D D A D D D B A D D C D D D D A

C D D D C D D D D D C B D C A D D D D D C C C D D D D D D D D D D D D B B C C D A D D D B D D D C B C C D A

B B D C C B B D C D D B D D A B D D A C B D B B D B B B B D D D D D B D B B B B A D A B B C B B C B C A D A

D B B D C C B A C D A D A D A B A A D D D A D B D B B D D A A A A A D A D D D D C A A D D A A D D A B A A A

E C D C D B B D D E D B D D B B D E D D D A B E D C C D D D D C C D D D B B B B A D D D C D D D D E C D D E

D D D D D D D D D D D B D D A D D D D D C D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D B D C D A D A D B D D D D D D A D B

E C B D C C B B C D A D C C A B C B D D D A D B D B C C D C B B B B D B D D D D A A A D D A B D C A E B B A

BUTYL

B B D D C C B D D D D B D D A B D D A C C D B B D B B B C D D D D D B D B B B B A D A D B D C C C B D A D A

D A D A D B B D D B A B E D A B B E D E E E B B D B B D D C D B E C D A A D D D A D C A A B B B D A B E D A

Notes:

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A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

E D D D D B D D E A A E E E E E E E E E D E E A E E D E E E A E E E E E E E E E E A E E E E E C E B E E C D

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NITRIL E

Ethylene Ethylene Chloride Ethylene Chlorohydrin Ethylene Diamine Ethylene Dichloride Ethylene Glycol Ethylene Oxide Ethylene Trichloride Fatty Acids Ferric Chloride (aq) Ferric Nitrate (aq) Ferric Sulfate (aq) Fish Oil Fluorinated Cyclic Ethers Fluorine (liquid) Fluorobenzene Fluoroboric Acid Fluorocarbon Oils Fluorolube Fluorosilicic Acid Formaldehyde (RT) Formic Acid Freon 11 Freon 12 Freon 13 Freon 21 Freon 22 Freon 31 Freon 32 Freon 112 Freon 113 Freon 114 Freon 115 Freon 142b Freon 152a Freon 218 Freon C316 Freon C318 Freon 13B1 Freon 114B2 Freon 502 Freon TF Freon T-WD602 Freon TMC Freon T-P35 Freon TA Freon TC Freon MF Freon BF Fuel Oil Fumaric Acid Furan, Furfuran Furfural Fyrquel (Cellulube)

A D D A D A D D B A A A A E D D A E A A C B B A A D D D A B A A A A A A A A A B B A B B A A A A B A A D D D

C D B A D A D D B A A A D D D D A B B B B A C A A D A B A C A A A A A A A A A B A A B C A B A C C B B D C D

B C B A C A C C C A A A D A D D A A A B A A D B A D A A A D C A A B A A A A A D A D B C A B B D D D B C B A

A B A D A A D A A A A A A E E A E E B A D C A B A D D D D A B B B D D A E B A B B B A A A C A B A A A E D A

E D C A D A D D C B C B A E D D E E A D B B D D D D D E E D D D E E E E E E D D E D D C A C D D D D B E D E

C D B B D A D D D A A A D D D D A B C C B A D A A D A B A C B A A B A A A A A C A C C D A C C D D D C D D D

A C B D C A D C E A A A A E E B E E B D D C B C D E D E E E D B E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E A A E E C

BUTYL

B C B A C A C C C A A A D A D D A A A B A A D B A D A A A D D A A A A A A A A D A D B C A B B D D D B D B A

E A A A E A D E A A A A E E E E E E B E B E D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D E E E D D A A E E E

Notes:

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A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

D B D E D E D D D E B B B D D A D D D D E E E E E A A E E E E D E D B D D D D B A D D E E A E D E E B E E D

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Gallic Acid Gasoline Gelatin Glauber's Salt (aq) Glucose Glue Glycerin Glycols Green Sulfate Liquor Halowax Oil N-Hexaldehyde Hexane N-Hexene-1 Hexyl Alcohol Hydrazine Hydraulic Oil(Petroleum) Hydrobromic Acid Hydrobromic Acid 40% Hydrochloric Acid (cold) 37% Hydrochloric Acid (hot) 37% Hydrocyanic Acid Hydrofluoric Acid (conc.) cold Hydrofluoric Acid (conc.) hot Hydrofluoric Acid -Anhydrous Hydrofluosilicic Acid Hydrogen Gas Hydrogen Peroxide (90%) Hydrogen Sulfide (wet) cold Hydrogen Sulfide (wet) hot Hydroquinone Hypochlorous Acid Iodine Pentafluoride Iodoform Isobutyl Alcohol Isooctane Isophorone Isopropyl Acetate Isopropyl Alcohol Isopropyl Chloride Isopropyl Ether Kerosene Lacquers Lacquer Solvents Lactic Acid (cold) Lactic Acid (hot) Lard Lavender Oil Lead Acetate (aq) Lead Nitrite (aq) Lead Sulfamate (aq) Ligroin (Benzine) (Nitrobenzine) Lime Bleach Lime Sulfur Lindol (Hydraulic fluid)

B B A D A A A A B D D A B A B A D D C D B D D D B A D D D C D D E B A D D B D B A D D A D A B B A B A A D D

B C A B A A A A B D A B B B B B D B B D B D D D B A D B C D D D D A B D D B D C B D D A D B D B A A B B A D

B D A B A A A A A D A D D C A D A A A C A C D C B A B A A B B D D A D B B A D D D D D A D B D A A A D A A A

A A A A A A A A A A D A A A D A A A A B A A C D A A B D D B A D E A A D D A A D A D D A A A A D E A A A A B

E D A E A A A A A D B D D B C C D D C D C D D D D C B C C E E D E A D D D A D D D D D A B B D D B B D B A C

B D A D A B A A B D D D D B A D D D B D B D D D C A D D D D D D D B D D D B D D D D D A D D D D A B D B D D

A A A A A A A A B A D A A B D A C C B C B D D D D C B C C B E D E B A D D B B C A D D A B A B D A A A A A C

BUTYL

B D A B A B A A A D B D D C A D A A A C A C D C B A C A A B B D D A D C B A D D D D D A D B D A A A D A A A

A C A A A E A A A A D B B A E A A A E E A A C D A A A A B E E D E A B C D A E D A D D A A A A D E A B A A A

Notes:

(1)

A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

E B A B D A D E E E E E E D C D D D D E D D D D D E D E D E E E D A D D D E E E B B E B A E D C C A D D E D

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Linoleic Acid Linseed Oil Liquefied Petroleum Gas Lubricating Oils(petroleum) Lye Magnesium Chloride (aq) Magnesium Hydroxide (aq) Magnesium Sulfate (aq) Maleic Acid Maleic Anhydride Malic Acid Mercury Chloride (aq) Mercury Mesityl Oxide Methane Methyl Acetate Methyl Acrylate Methylacrylic Acid Methyl Alcohol Methyl Bromide Methyl Butyl Ketone Methyl Cellosolve Methyl Chloride Methyl Cyclopentane Methylene Chloride Methyl Ether Methyl Ethyl Ketone Methyl Formate Methyl Isobutyl Ketone Methyl Methacrylate Methyl Oleate Methyl Salicylate Milk Mineral Oil Monochlorobenzene Monomethyl Aniline Monoethanol Amine Monomethyl Ether Monovinyl Acetylene Mustard Gas Naphtha Naphthalene Naphthalenic Acid Natural Gas Neats Foot Oil Neville Acid Nickel Acetate (aq) Nickel Chloride (aq) Nickel Sulfate (aq) Niter Cake Nitric Acid (conc.) Nitric Acid (dilute) Nitric Acid - Red Fuming Nitrobenzene

B A A A B A B A D D A A A D A D D D A B D C D D D A D D D D D D A A D D D A A E B D B A A D B A A A D D D D

D B B B B A A A C C C A A D B B B B A D D C D D D C C B D D D D A B D D D C B A C D D A D D B A A A D B D D

D C D D A A A A B B B A A B D A B B A D A B C D C D A B B C B B A C D B A D A A D D D D B B A A A A D B D A

B A A A B A A A A D A A A D B D D D D A D D B B B A D E D D B E A A A B D A A E A A A A A A D A A A C A D B

B A C D B A E A E E B E E D D D D D A E C D D D D A D E D D E E A B D E B A B A D D D A B D D A A A D B D D

D D D D B A B B C B C A A D D C D D A D D D D D D D D D D D D C A D D D B D B B D D D A D D D A B A D D D D

E A C A A A E A E E A E E D B D D D A A D D B B B A D E D D B E A A B E D A E E B A A C A B D A A A C B D D

BUTYL

D C D D A A A A B B B A A B D A B B A D A B C D D D B B C D B B A C D B B D B A D D D D B B A A A A D B D A

A A C A A A A A A A A A A C B D E E A A C E E B E C D E D E A E A A D E A E A E B C B A A A D A A A B E C E

Notes:

(1)

A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

D D A D D D A D D B C A D E A D A D A B D D B D D D D E D D D E D E B E D E E E D A A A B D A A A C D E D D

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Nitrobenzene (ligroin) Nitroethane Nitrogen Nitrogen Tetroxide Nitromethane Octachlorotoluene Octadecane N-Octane Octyl Alcohol Oleic Acid Oleum Spirits Olive Oil O-Dichlorobenzene Oxalic Acid Oxygen - Cold Oxygen - (200-400°F) Ozone Paint Thinner, Duco Palmitic Acid Peanut Oil Perchloric Acid Perchloroethylene Petroleum - below 250°F Petroleum - above 250°F Phenol (Carbolic Acid) Phenylbenzene (Biphenyl) Phenyl Ethyl Ether Phenyl Hydrazine Phorone(Diisopropylidene Acetone) Phosphoric Acid - 20% Phosphoric Acid - 45% Phosphorus Trichloride Pickling Solution Picric Acid Pinene Pine Oil Piperidine Plating Solution -Chrome Plating Solution - Others Polyvinyl Acetate Emulsion Potassium Acetate (aq) Potassium Chloride (aq) Potassium Cupro Cyanide (aq) Potassium Cyanide (aq) Potassium Dichromate(aq) Potassium Hydroxide (aq) Potassium Nitrate (aq) Potassium Sulfate (aq) Producer Gas Propane i-Propyl Acetate n-Propyl Acetate Propyl Acetone (Methyl Butyl Ketone) Propyl Alcohol

A D A D D D A B B C B A D B B D D D A A D B A D D D D D D B D D D B B A D E A E B A A A A B A A A A D D D A

B C A D B D B B A C C B D B A D C D B C B D B B C D D D D B B D D A C D D D D B B A A A A B A A B B D D D A

D B A C B D D D C D D B D A A C A D B C B D D D B D D B C A A A C B D D A A A A A A A A A A A A D D B B A A

A D A D D A A A A B A A A A A B A B A A A A A B A A D A D A A A B A A A D A A E D A A A A D A A A A D D D A

D D A D D D D D B D D C D B A B A D D A D D B D D D D E D B C E D D D D D D D E D A A A A C A A B D D D C A

D B A D B D D D B D D D D B B D D D B D D D D D E D D B D B C D D B D D D D D D D A A A B B A A D D D D D A

A D A D D B A B B E B A B A A D B B A A A B B D A B D E D B B A D B B A D E E E D A A A A C A A B B D D D A

BUTYL

D B A C B D D D C D D B D A A B D D B C B D D D B D D B C B B A C B D D D A A A A A A A A A A A D D B B A A

E E A E E C B B A A A A D A A E A B A A A E A B E D D A D A A A B A A A E E E E E A A A A A A A A A D D C A

Notes:

(1)

A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

E D D D D D D B E D E D B A A A A E B D A A A A D E D E C E E E A E B D E E E D A E A A E E E D D E A E D E

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Propyl Nitrate Propylene Propylene Oxide Pydraul, 10E, 29 ELT Pydraul, 30E, 50E, 65E, 90E Pydraul, 115E Pydraul, 230E, 312C, 540C Pyranol, Transformer Oil Pyridine Pyroligeneous Acid Pyrrole Radiation Rapeseed Oil Red Oil (MIL-H-5606) RJ-1 (MIL-F-25558 B) RP-1 (MIL-F-25576 C) Sal Ammoniac Salicylic Acid Salt Water Sewage Silicate Esters Silicone Greases Silicone Oils Silver Nitrate Skydrol 500 Skydrol 7000 Soap Solutions Soda Ash Sodium Acetate (aq) Sodium Bicarbonate (aq) (Baking Soda) Sodium Bisulfite (aq) Sodium Borate (aq) Sodium Chloride (aq) Sodium Cyanide (aq) Sodium Hydroxide (aq) Sodium Hypochlorite (aq) (Chlorox) Sodium Metaphosphate(aq) Sodium Nitrate (aq) Sodium Perborate (aq) Sodium Peroxide (aq) Sodium Phosphate (aq) Sodium Silicate (aq) Sodium Sulfate (aq) Sodium Thiosulfate (aq) Soybean Oil Stannic Chloride (aq) Stannous Chloride (aq) Steam, under 300°F Steam, over 300°F Stearic Acid Stoddard Solvent Styrene Sucrose Solution Sulfite Liquors

D D D D D D D A D D D C B A A A A B A A B A A B D D A A B A A A A A B B A B B B A A A B A A A D D B A D A B

D D D D D D D B D B D B B B B B A A B B A A A A D D B A B A A A A A A A B B B B B A A A B B A C D B B D B B

B D B A A A D D B B C B A D D D A A A B D A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A C A A A C B D D A B

D A D A A A A A D D D D A A A A A A A A A A A A D B A A D A A A A A B A A E A A A A A A A A A D D E A B A A

D D D D A D D D D E B C D D D D B E A B D C C A C C A A D A A A A A B B E D B D D E A A A B B C D B D D A D

D D D D D D D D D D C C D D D D A B A B D A A A D D A A D A B A A A A D A A B B A A B B D A A D D B D D A B

D B D D A C D A D D C D A A A A A A A A A A A A C C A A D A A A A A B B A E A A E E A A A A A D D E A C A B

BUTYL

B D B A A A D D B B D D A D D D A A A B D A A A B A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A C A A B D B D D A B

E A D A A A A A E E E A A A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A D A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B E A E

Notes:

(1)

A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E FLUO ELAST ROOMER STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

E E E E E E E D D D C E E A B D D D E E E D E C E E D D E A A D D D E D D D D D D E E E D C A D E C E A D

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Sulfur Sulfur Chloride (aq) Sulfur Dioxide (Dry) Sulfur Dioxide (Wet) Sulfur Dioxide (liquified under pressure) Sulfur Hexafluoride Sulfur Trioxide Sulfuric Acid (dilute) Sulfuric Acid (conc.) Sulfuric Acid (20% Oleum) Sulfurous Acid Tannic Acid Tar, Bituminous Tartaric Acid Terpineol Tertiary Butyl Alcohol Tertiary Butyl Catechol Tertiary Butyl Mercaptan Tetrabromoethane Tetrabromomethane Tetrabutyl Titanate Tetrachloroethylene Tetraethyl Lead Tetrahydrofuran Tetralin Thionyl Chloride Titanium Tetrachloride Toluene Toluene Diisocyanate Transformer Oil Transmission Fluid Type A Triacetin Triaryl Phosphate Tributoxy EthyL Phosphate Tributyl Mercaptan Tributyl Phosphate Trichloroacetic Acid Trichloroethane Trichloroethylene Tricresyl Phosphate Triethanol Amine Triethyl Aluminum Triethyl Borane Trinitrotoluene Trioctyl Phosphate Tung Oil (China Wood Oil) Turbine Oil Turpentine Unsymmetrical Dimethyl Hydrazine (UDMH) Varnish Vegetable Oils Versilube F-50 Vinegar

D C D D D B D C D D B A B A B B D D D D B D B D D D B D D A A B D D D D B D D D B D D D D A B A B B A A B

A C D B D A D B D D B A C B D B B D D D B D B D D D D D D B B B D D D D D D D C A D D B D B D D B D C A B

A D A A A A B B C D B A C B C B B D D D A D D B D C D D B D D A A A D B B D D A A C C D A C D D A D C A A

A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A D A B A A D A A D A A A D C A A A D B A B B A A A D A A A A

C C B B B B B D D D D B B A E B E D D D E D E D D E D D D B B E C E D D E D D C E E E E C D D D D D B C A

D D B D D D B C D D B B D D D B B D D D B D D D D D D D D D D B D B D D B D D A B D D D D D D D A D D A B

A A B B B B B C D D E E A A A B A E B B A B B D A E B B D A A D B B C D D B B B D E E B B B B B D B A A C

BUTYL

A D B A B A B B D D B A C B C B B D D D B D D C D D D D B D D A A A D B B D D A B C C D A C D D A D C A A

A A E E E C A A A E A A A A A A A E E E A E E D E E E C D A A E A A E E C E E A A E E E A A A A E E A A A

Notes:

(1)

A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

(2)

AFLAS ®

Compound Selection for Fluids and Chemicals (Continued)

FLUO ELAST ROOMER ETHYL PROPY ENE LEN (EPR) E STYR BUTADENE IEN (SBR) E SILICO NE URETH ANE

E E D D E A C D E E D E E

CHLOR O PRENE -

FLUOR SILICO ONE

NITRIL E

Vinyl Chloride Wagner 21B Brake Fluid Water Whiskey, Wines White Pine Oil White Oil Wood Oil Xylene Xylidine (Di-methyl Aniline) Zeolites Zinc Acetate (aq) Zinc Chloride (aq) Zinc Sulfate (aq)

Notes: (1)

D C A A B A A D C A B A A

D B A A D B B D C A B A A

D A A A D D D D B A A A A

A D A A A A A A D A D A A

E C A A D D D D D E D A A

D A A A D D D D C A D A B

E D A A A A B A D A D A A

BUTYL

D B A A D D D D C A A A A

E A A A A A A B E A D A A

A. SATISFACTORY B. FAIR C. SEVERE EFFECT ­ EXCEPT FOR SOME STATIC APPLICATIONS D. UNSATISFACTORY E. INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION Temperature, concentrations, impurities, and other chemicals present can effect the chemical resistance of an elastomer. It is not possible to test in all chemicals and therefore some chemical resistance indicators are based on the manufacturer's best estimates known about various classes and the composition of the elastomer. Therefore, manufacturers do not certify results from a performance standpoint but state they should be used only as indicators of chemical resistance. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever. The information contained in these tables was derived from several sources and is to be used as a general guide only. Compounds suitable for any specific application rests solely by the end user. APG assumes no responsibility whatsoever.

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Age Controls

Because of short shelf life of very early Neoprene and/or Neoprene/Nitrile blends, the Government imposed an Age Control Program known as ANA Bulletin 438C on Military O-Rings. Its step-by-step schedule allowed the manufacturer (or his agent) four quarters beyond the part curing date to deliver it to the component builder. They had two more quarters to install the oldest part in their equipment. These components then had a maximum of 12 quarters (3 years) until delivery of the aircraft to the Government. This applied only to Nitrile Compounds. Those of other polymers were not covered. As a result of long-term evaluations of stored O-Rings by a number of Air Force, Army, and Navy laboratories and a long-term study by the O-Ring industries laboratories and investigations of long stored and long lost crashed aircraft hydraulic systems, it is concluded that modern Nitrile Compounds are safe to use 5 to 10 years (varying on who makes the conclusion) after the date of the manufacture. Further information may be found in Air Force Technical Report AFML-TR-67-235, if desired. MIL-STD-1523A dated Feb. 1, 1984 replaced MIL-STD1523 and now allows the manufacturer of the O-Ring or his agent a full 40 quarters (10 years) to deliver his product to the procuring activity or contracting officer. MIL-STD1523A does not control the age beyond this point for ORings although it is still very restrictive for hose which is also covered. Military Material specifications covered by MIL-STD-1523 include: MIL-P-5315, MIL-P-5510, MIL-P5516, MIL-S-6855CI.I, MIL-R-7362, MIL-P-25732, MIL-P83461.

Age Resistance of Elastomers

Although when properly stored, elastomers have been known to shelf age for very long periods of time, the following chart indicates the generally accepted age resistance for various elastomers (from MIL-HDBK-695):

5 to 10 years Nitrile SBR Urethane (Polyester) Hypalon Butyl Chloroprene Ethylene Propylene Epichlorohydrin Urethane (Polyether) HSN- Not listed in MIL-HDBK-695 (Data to date indicates shelf life of 5 to 10 years) Up to 20 Years Silicone Fluorosilicone Fluoroelastomer Polyacrylate Polysulfide Aflas® - Not listed in MIL-HDBK-695 (Data to date indicates shelf life of up to 20 years)

Suggested proper storage conditions

O-Rings should be stored in clean, dry, containers away from ozone, contaminates, sunlight, radiation at a temperature not to exceed 120°F.

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