|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||30|
|Supply Ability:||500 000 Pcs/Day|
|Style:||O Ring||Place Of Origin:||Ningbo, China|
|Color:||Red & Green||Temperature:||-40℃~220℃|
|Hardness:||40~85 Shore||Feature:||Low Temperature Resistance|
|Function:||Ozone Resistance||Standard:||AS568 , P, G, S|
Hardness 40 ~ 85 Shore Various Size and Colors Rubber O Rings Seals
Sealing is always achieved through a positive compression or squeezing action, resulting in a deformation of the O-Ring cross-section. The most important sealing characteristic of an O-Ring is its resistance to compression set or residual deformation.
Technical sealing has been defined by DIN Standards as follows:
• Static Seal - The sealing action created between two mating surfaces with no leakage of liquid or minimal diffusion of gas.
• Dynamic Seal - The mating surfaces have relative movement with minimal leakage of liquid (useful to protect the sealing efficiency, acting as lubricant)
The simple geometry is the main characteristic of an O-Ring which, in conjunction with proper elastomer selection results in a low cost, easy to use and efficient sealing system. Elastomeric materials, when compressed, react like a high viscosity fluid which transmits applied stress in every direction; consequently, the O-Ring serves as a barrier, blocking the leak paths between the sealing surfaces.
O-Rings offer several advantages over other sealing systems: simplicity of construction, standardized seal dimensions, wide selection of materials, suitability for both static and dynamic applications, standard dimensioning of glands, low cost due to high volume manufacturing.