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Compounds



Elastomere
NBR
HNBR
FKM
FFKM (Evolast®)
EPDM
VMQ
FVMQ
FEPM (Aflas®)
ACM
CR
AEM (Vamac)
Non-Elastomere
PTFE
Composite
PU
PEEK
UHMW-PE
Elastomere
All compounds
All compounds with certificates
EN14141
3A Sanitary
API6A 10% FFHH
API6A 10H2S
API6A 10H2S-FFHH
BAM
DIN-EN 682
DVGW
FDA
FIAT
ISO 23936-2-2011 RGD
ITN 84700-A RGD
IVECO
LFGB
MESC SPE 85-301
NACE TM0187 20H2S
NACE TM0187 5H2S
NACE TM0187 5H2S_2
NACE TM0297 RGD
NORSOK M710 2H2S
NORSOK M710 LIFE PREDICTION AND RGD ISO 23936-2
NORSOK M710 LIFE PREDICTION ISO 23936-2
NORSOK M710 RGD
SHELL RGD
TL52329
TOTALFINA SP-TCS-142
VW 2.8.1 C
All compounds
MATERIAL NAME
MATERIAL NO.
MATERIAL
TYPE
HARDNESS [SHORE]
COLOR
TEMPERATURE [°C]
min. – max.
DESCRIPTION
PRODUCTS
CERTIFICATE
PDF
NBR 60 black
1060-19001
NBR
-
60 [A]
black
-30
+100
standard applications
sulfur cured
OR
-
-
NBR 70 black
1070-19001
NBR
-
70 [A]
black
-30
+100
standard applications
sulfur cured
DVGW certificate DIN EN 549
OR
-
-
NBR 80 black
1080-19001
NBR
-
80 [A]
black
-25
+100
standard applications
sulfur cured
OR
-
-
NBR 90 black
1090-19001
NBR
-
90 [A]
black
-25
+100
standard applications
sulfur cured
OR
-
-
NBR 60 nero
NB60N
NBR
-
60 [A]
black
-35
+130
standard applications
OR
-
-
NBR 67 DBL
NB67N
NBR
-
67 [A]
black
-35
+130
DBL 6015.21
OR
-
-
NBR 60 MV
NB6MV
NBR
-
60 [A]
black
-35
+130
VDO MV 4015
OR
-
-
NBR 65 BLK
NB6TG
NBR
-
65 [A]
black
-35
+130
TL VW 560/2
OR
-
-
NBR 70 blu
NB70B
NBR
-
70 [A]
blue
-35
+130
VDO MV 4015
OR
-
-
NBR 70 rossa
NB70R
NBR
-
70 [A]
red
-50
+117
MIL 7362 AMS-R
OR
-
-
NBR 70 MIL
NB7AG
NBR
-
70 [A]
black
-50
+117
MIL 7362 AMS-R
OR
-
-
NBR 70 DVGW
NB7GW
NBR
-
70 [A]
black
-40
+120
OR
-
-
NBR 70 MV
NB7MV
NBR
-
70 [A]
black
-35
+130
VDO MV 4015 (11/1999) - DBL6015.21 (03/2012)
OR
-
-
NBR 70 VW
NB7VW
NBR
-
70 [A]
black
-35
+130
VW 2.8.1 S70
OR
-
-
HNBR 70 black
1870-19001
HNBR
px
70 [A]
black
-30
+150
standard applications
peroxide cured
OR
-
-
HNBR 70 green
1870-19002
HNBR
px
70 [A]
green
-30
+150
standard applications
peroxide cured
OR
-
-
HNBR 80 black
1880-19001
HNBR
px
90 [A]
black
-30
+150
standard applications
peroxide cured
OR
-
-
HNBR 80 green
1880-19002
HNBR
px
80 [A]
green
-30
+150
standard applications
peroxide cured
OR
-
-
HNBR 90 black
1890-19001
HNBR
px
90 [A]
black
-25
+150
standard applications
peroxide cured
OR
-
-
HNBR 90 green
1890-19002
HNBR
px
90 [A]
green
-25
+150
standard applications
peroxide cured
OR
-
-
HNBR 60 MV
HN60M
HNBR
px
60 [A]
black
-35
+150
MW 4732
OR
-
-
HNBR 60 NERO
HN60N
HNBR
px
60 [A]
black
-40
+150
standard applications
OR
-
-
HNBR 70 BLU
HN70B
HNBR
px
70 [A]
green
-40
+150
BMW N 602.00.05271
OR
-
-
HNBR 70 NERO
HN70N
HNBR
px
70 [A]
black
-35
+150
FDA 21 CFR 177.2600
GS 93010-3.5428
DBL 6038.05
OR
-
HNBR 70 VERDE
HN70V
HNBR
px
70 [A]
green
-40
+150
BMW N 602.00.05271
OR
-
-
HNBR 73 NERO
HN73N
HNBR
px
75 [A]
black
-45
+150
standard applications
DBL 6038.04
OR
-
-
HNBR 70 V-VW
HN7VW
HNBR
px
70 [A]
green
-45
+150
FIAT OR/R-150 Tab. 14618
VW 2.8.1 P70
AD Blue Applications
OR
-
-
HNBR 80 NERO
HN80N
HNBR
px
80 [A]
black
-35
+150
standard applications
OR
-
-
HNBR 90 ED
HN90G
HNBR
px
90 [A]
black
-35
+160(+180)
oil/gas applications
anti explosive decompression AED
ED Total Fina-Shell
NORSOK M710 (rapid gas decompression)
NORSOK M710 (sour fluid resistance)
EN 14141:2003 (fluid resistance)
NACE TM0187 (sour gas environment) 5% H2S
NACE TM0187 (sour gas environment) 20% H2S
API6A (sour gas environment) 10% H2S
Sour fluid test Arrhenius ISO 23936-2/NORSOK M710-3
OR
HNBR 90 ED-L
HN90L
HNBR
px
90 [A]
black
-55
+160(+180)
oil/gas applications
low temperature
anti explosive decompression AED
NORSOK M710 (rapid gas decompression)
NACE TM0187 (sour gas environment) 5% H2S
SHELL
MESC SPE 85/301
API6A (sour gas environment) 10% H2S FFHH
OR
HNBR 90 NERO
HN90N
HNBR
px
90 [A]
black
-25
+160(+180)
standard applications
oil/gas applications
OR
-
-
HNBR 98 ED
HN98G
HNBR
px
98 [A]
black
-35
+160(+180)
oil/gas applications
anti explosive decompression AED
OR
-
-
HNBR 98 ED-L
HN98L
HNBR
px
98 [A]
black
-55
+160(+180)
oil/gas applications
anti explosive decompression AED
OR
-
-
HNBR 98 NERO
HN98N
HNBR
px
98 [A]
black
-25
+160(+180)
oil/gas applications
anti explosive decompression AED
OR
-
-
FKM 60 brown
1160-19001
FKM
A
60 [A]
brown
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 70 brown
1170-19001
FKM
A
70 [A]
brown
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 70 black
1170-19002
FKM
A
70 [A]
black
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 70 green
1170-19003
FKM
A
70 [A]
green
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 75/80 brown
1177-19001
FKM
A
75 / 80 [A]
brown
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 75/80 black
1177-19002
FKM
A
75 / 80 [A]
black
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 75/80 green
1177-19003
FKM
A
75 / 80 [A]
green
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 80 brown os
1180-14601
FKM
-
80 [A]
brown
-25
+160
standard applications
RW
-
-
FKM 90 black
1190-19001
FKM
A
90 [A]
black
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 90 brown
1190-19002
FKM
A
90 [A]
brown
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 90 green
1190-19003
FKM
A
90 [A]
green
-15
+200
standard applications
copolymer
bisphenolic cured
OR
-
-
FKM 80 ant
A8000
FKM
A
80 [A]
anthracite
-25
+240
low compression-set
MTL 5087
OR
-
-
FKM 50-55 blu
B5000
FKM
A
55 [A]
blue
-25
+240
standard applications
OR
-
-
FKM 60 blu
B6000
FKM
A
60 [A]
blue
-25
+240
standard applications
OR
-
-
FKM 70 blu
B7000
FKM
A
70 [A]
blue
-25
+240
standard applications
OR
-
-
FKM 70 blu hf
B7001
FKM
B
70 [A]
blue
-20
+240
standard applications
high Fluorine
OR
-
-

On request available for other products.

Elastomers

The word elastomer is the combination of two nouns: “elastic” and “polymer” and describes a solid material whose main property is elasticity.

In other words we can assert that an “elastic” material, when undergoes to a considerable deformation under tensile stress, returns to its original shape once the added force is removed.

Whereas metals are made of single chemical units (molecule) formed by atoms that are strictly connected and bonded to each other by electromagnetic forces, a polymer is made of molecules set by a continuing basic structure (monomer) that generates long molecules chains where the attraction force among the chains themselves is quite low.


Although vulcanization chemical process differs according to the different elastomer types and classifications, the basic mechanism stays the same. Usually the rubber industry classification of the different type of elastomers refers to the Norm ISO 1629 derived from the Norm ASTM D 1418-79.

The group to which each polymer belongs to is identified by the last letter of the identification code; the rest of the same code uniquely identifies the elastomer type.

The elastomers belonging to the group
M” contain polymer chains saturated with polyethylene.
O” contain oxygen atoms.
Q” contain oxygen and silicon atoms.
R” contain unsaturated carbon.
U” contain carbon, oxygen and nitrogen.

To be able to reach elasticity and thermal stability contiguous-polymer- molecular-chains require stable chemical bonds keeping the electromagnetic forces really low.

These three-dimensional bonds among polymer chains are obtained heating the material while using active chemical elements. This process is commonly defined as “vulcanization”, or technically, “reticulation”.

Here’s why, when a vulcanized elastomer gets deformed, the molecular chains, wound up as a spiral, get stretched, but the inter-molecular bridges allow the material to basically get back to its original shape once the force that caused the deformation gets interrupted.