Pilotseal Nitrile

Nitrile Description

Butadine Acrylinitrile Rubber is normally abbreviated to NBR, but is more commonly known as Nitrile and is a synthetic polymer. Typically used in applications where resistance to oils and chemicals is required.

Applications and Characteristics

Food Use
Not Recommended
Water Use
Fair
Mineral Oil Use
Fair
Abrasion Resistance
Moderate
Ozone Weather Resistance
Fair
Flame Retardancy
Not Recommended
Electrical Resistance
Moderate
General Purpose
Excellent

Sizes Available

Thickness Range 1 to 6mm 10m rolls
Standard Width  8 to 25mm 5m rolls
Standard Length 1.4m

Typical Shore Hardness range 40 – 70 also available

Pilotseal Nitrile

Physical Properties

Base Polymer
NBR
Indentation Hardness
ASTM D224000
60
Shore A -4/+5
Specific Gravity
ASTM D792
1.25 g/cm³
Tensile Strength Min.
ASTM D412
8.4 MPa
Elongation @ Break Min.
ASTM D412
400%
Min. Cont. Work Temp.
c-25°C
Max. Cont. Work Temp.
70°C
Max. Intermittent Work Temp.
90°C
Compression Set 70°C 22 Hrs
ASTM D395 Meth B
25%

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