Rubber O-Rings
Rubber O-Rings

Rubber O-Rings are technically used to block a path which may allow a liquid or gas to escape. From Cars to Cameras, these Rubber O-Rings are endlessly used.  

At Amber Group we have Standard and Non-Standard Sizes for Rubber O-Rings. We also make Customized  Rubber O-Rings  as per specific application and requirement.

Features

  • Rubber O-Rings are delivered faster.
  • Rubber O-Rings are available in Hardness ranging from 10 – 90 Shore A.
  • Rubber O-Rings are made for Static and Dynamic applications.
Rubber O-ring – Material

Rubber O-Rings majorly are made in materials shown below, but we do make Rubber O-Rings in most of the available Elastomer/Rubber.1: Good, 2: Fair, 3: Poor

Material

Standard Temperature Range (°C)

Ozone 

Compression

Weather Resistance

Odur

Application

EPDM

-40 to +135

1

1

1

1

Water, Alkalis, Acids and Oxidants

NITRILE / 

NBR / 

Buna N

-40 to +125

2

2

2

1

Oils, Solvents, Gasoline, Petroleum based Fluids

VMQ/

SILICONE

-65 to +200

1

1

1

1

Food Contact Applications, Low Temperatures

FKM/

VITON

-25 to +230

1

1

1

1

High Temperature Resistance, High Chemical Resistance, Oil Resistance, Fuel Resistance

CR/

CHLOROPRENE/

NEOPRENE

-40 to 120

2

2

2

1

Good Weathering Resistance. Flame retarding. Moderate Resistance to petroleum based fluids.

LDPE (Polyethylene)

-50 to +80

2

3

3

1

Excellent for Dilute and concentrated acids, alcohols, bases and esters.

PTFE (Teflon)

-240 to +210

1

3

1

1

Non-reactive and ideal for use with most chemicals.