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FKM (Viton®) Rubber Cord, Buy Viton® Rubber Cord | Polymax India

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Quick Overview

Polymax FKM/Viton® rubber cord belongs to fluoroelastomer category of elastomers. This rubber cord offers excellent resistance to a wide variety of corrosive fluids at elevated temperature without major degradation.
Sold per linear metre.
Article No. Diameter (mm) Tolerance (±mm)
VITON cord, 1.0 mm dia, 75 Shore A 2005197 10.4
VITON cord, 1.5 mm Dia 75 Shore A 2005150 1.50.5
VITON cord, 2.5 mm Dia 75 Shore A 2005103 2.50.5
VITON cord, 5.33 mm Dia 75 Shore A 2005199 5.330.8
VITON cord, 6.35 mm Dia 75 Shore A 2005112 6.351
VITON cord, 9.0 mm Dia 75 Shore A 2005116 91
VITON cord, 14 mm Dia 75 Shore A 2005122 141.3

Details

Polymax FKM/Viton® rubber cord belongs to fluoroelastomer category of elastomers. This rubber cord offers excellent resistance to a wide variety of corrosive fluids at elevated temperature without major degradation.

Polymax FKM/Viton® rubber cords have excellent resistance to ozone, oxygen, have good mechanical properties and low compression set. Polymax Viton® rubber cord is not suitable for contact with molecular weights ketones and estens (e.g methyl ethyl ketone). Due to its specialist properties FKM/Viton® is much more expensive as compared to other elastomers.

The terms FPM, FKM and Viton® very often cause confusion and lead to incorrect interpretations. All of these designations actually stand for one single base material:fluoro rubber.

Additional Information

Colour Black
Material FKM
Cross Section Type Circular
Hardness (Shore A) 75
Maximum Temperature (°C) 200
Minimum Temperature (°C) -30
Elongation at break (%) 180
Tensile Strength (MPa) 7.5
Compression Set (%) 30
*Dimensions can vary, they are typical only.

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