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Viton® O-Rings, Gaskets & Seals

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Ace Seal offers fluorocarbon o-rings, seals, and gaskets manufactured from Viton®. We can provide Viton® o-rings, seals, and gaskets in all standard sizes, as well as in custom configurations to meet the specific needs of your application, including FDA, NSF, and 3A requirements.

Order your AS568 standard O-rings today, or contact us to discuss your custom requirements.

Viton® O-Ring Products


 

We manufacture Viton® Gaskets, O-Rings and Seals Using a Variety of Common Resins:

Characteristics of Viton® O-Rings, Seals & Gaskets

  • Temperature range: -20°F to 400°F (-29°C to 204°C)
  • Standard hardness: 70-75 Shore A
  • Hardness range: 50-95
  • Standard colors: black, brown

Viton® Chemical Compatibility & Characteristics

If Viton® is not compatible with your application, view our chemical compatibility chart to find the right material for your specific needs.

  • Acid resistance: Excellent
  • Flame resistance: Excellent
  • Heat resistance: Excellent
  • Oil resistance: Excellent
  • Ozone resistance: Excellent
  • Weather resistance: Excellent
  • Dynamic resistance: Good to excellent
  • Set resistance: Good to excellent
  • Tensile strength: Good to excellent
  • Abrasion resistance: Good
  • Chemical resistance: Good
  • Impermeability: Good
  • Tear resistance: Fair to good
  • Water steam resistance: Fair to good
  • Cold resistance: Fair
  • Electrical properties: Fair

Viton® Fluorocarbon Options

We work with a variety of Viton® material options. The Viton® family of fluorocarbon materials is comprised of copolymers of HFP (hexafluoropropylene) and VDF or VF2 (vinylidene fluoride); terpolymers of TFE (tetrafluoroethylene), VDF (vinylidene fluoride), and HFP (hexafluoropropylene); and PMVE (perfluoromethylvinylether) containing specialty additives. Most grades of Viton® include 66-70% fluorine content.

A (Dipolymers of VF2/HFP)

Type A Viton® polymers are used for general purpose o-rings, gaskets, and seals, including automotive and aerospace applications. These materials feature 66% fluorine content.

B (Terpolymers of VF2/HFP/TFE)

Type B Viton® polymers are formulated for use in chemical processing plants, power/utility applications, and the like. These materials include 68% fluorine content.

F (Terpolymers of VF2/HFP/TFE)

Type F Viton® o-rings, seals, and gaskets are highly resistant to oxygenated automotive fuels, concentrated aqueous inorganic acids, water, and steam. Fluorine content of these materials is roughly 70%.

Specialty Viton® Materials

Specialized types of Viton® include GLT, GBLT, GFLT, and Viton® extreme (copolymers of TFE/propylene and ethylene/TFE/PMVE). These materials are ideal for automotive applications, oil exploration, special sealing requirements, and ultra-harsh environments.

Custom Viton® Approvals

Utilizing specialty compounds and processes, Ace Seal can provide Viton® o-rings, etc., to meet the following specifications:

  • FDA
  • Class IV
  • UL
  • Mil-Spec
  • 3/A

High Temperature Viton® Gaskets from Ace Seal

Gaskets made from Viton® are highly resistant to heat, oils, and chemicals, making them well-suited to harsh environments. Due to their fuel resistance and low burning characteristics, these gaskets are a common fixture amongst aerospace, automotive, appliance, liquid, gas, and chemical applications. With FDA grades of this material now readily available, Viton® gaskets are also frequently used throughout the food processing and pharmaceutical industries.

As a leading manufacturer of custom gaskets, Ace Seal can provide you with the heat resistant Viton® gaskets you need. Contact us today to get started. 

Contact Us for Viton® O-Rings, Gaskets & Seals

If you need Viton® o-rings, gaskets, or seals in standard or custom configurations, look no further than Ace Seal. Request a quote today or contact us for more information on Viton® fluorocarbon materials.

Viton® is a registered trademark of The Chemours Company.