Application conditions of perfluoroether FFPM rubber seals

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Application conditions of perfluoroether FFPM rubber seals

The working conditions of the perfluoroether FFKM seal are extremely harsh. Other rubber materials cannot meet the sealing requirements under these harsh working conditions. Under these harsh working conditions, other rubbers are prone to corrosion, swelling, dissolution, aging and hardening, resulting in seal failure. . Due to its excellent corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance, perfluoroether FFKM rubber meets the sealing requirements of harsh working conditions, while increasing the service life of the seals and reducing customer maintenance costs.

Typical application conditions of perfluoroether FFKM rubber seals include:

* Semiconductor industry (plasma corrosion, gas corrosion, acid-base corrosion, high temperature corrosion, high cleanliness requirements for rubber seals)

* Pharmaceutical industry (organic acid corrosion, organic alkali corrosion, organic solvent corrosion, high temperature corrosion)

* Chemical industry (strong acid corrosion, strong alkali corrosion, gas corrosion, organic solvent corrosion, high temperature corrosion)

* Petroleum industry (heavy oil corrosion, hydrogen sulfide corrosion, high sulfide corrosion, organic compound corrosion, high temperature corrosion)

* Automobile industry (high temperature oil corrosion, high temperature corrosion)

* Laser electroplating industry (high temperature corrosion, high cleanliness perfluoroether rubber can not precipitate metal ions)

* Battery industry (acid-base corrosion, strong active medium corrosion, strong oxidizing medium corrosion, high temperature corrosion)

* Special equipment manufacturing industry (strong acid and alkali corrosion, gas corrosion, high temperature corrosion, organic solvent corrosion, ion corrosion)

* Special chemical industry (strong oxidant corrosion, strong active agent corrosion, concentrated acid and alkali corrosion, organic solvent corrosion)

* Nuclear power thermoelectric industry (high temperature steam corrosion, ultra-high temperature water corrosion, nuclear radiation corrosion)

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