NINGBO ROBON SEALING.,LTD
QUALITY AS THE TOP PRIORITY
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Model Number:||382 Pcs 30 Sizes Inch Metric|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||200 USD|
|Supply Ability:||5000 Pcs/Day|
|Standard Or Nonstandard:||Standard||Style:||O Ring Box|
|Place Of Origin:||Ningbo, China||Color:||Red & Yellow|
|Material:||Plastic And Rubber||Application:||For Auto|
rubber o ring set,
metric o ring kit
NBR 382 Pcs 30 Sizes Inch Mertic Seals Rubber O Ring Kits for Auto
O-Ring kits consist of a series of o-ring sizes, assembled into one assortment kit for one low price.
Several series of kits are available, in metric, standard and Japanese sizes and come in a variety of compounds. O-Ring kits are convenient, and provide a way to find the exact fit for each of your applications.
Check out a large selection of o ring assortments from box to help ensure you have got the right kind of rings when you need them.
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.
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.
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