O-ring 28.17x3.53 - VMQ - MVQ - Silicone - 70 Shore A - Transparant - ORS49526

Size28.17 mm x 3.53 mm
MaterialVMQ - MVQ - Silicone
Hardness70 Shore A
ColorTransparent
Product number49526
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100+€ 0,2467
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500+€ 0,2127
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Specifications

Delivery timeDelivery in 3 - 4 days
Product number49526
CategoryVMQ O-Rings - 70 Shore A - Transparant
Alternative namesSilicone Rubber - PVMQ
Chemical NameVilnyl Methyl Silicone
ColorTransparent
Description 2O-ring VMQ - MVQ - Silicone 28.17x3.53
MaterialVMQ - MVQ - Silicone
ModelO-ring
Product nameO-ring 28.17x3.53 VMQ - Silicone
Size ttwenty eight comma seventeen by three comma fifty three
Trade namesEriks - Wacker - Eastern Seals - and BlueStar
Alternative Size
AS568 Size ChartAS 216
DIN 3771 Size Chart28.17x3.53
SMS 1586 Size chart28.17 X 3.53
Core Spec's
ApprovalFDA
CS (Cross Section)3.53 mm
Hardness70 Shore A
ID (inner diameter)28.17 mm
Temperature Max210 ºC
Temperature Min-50 ºC
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Description

This VMQ - MVQ - Silicone O-Ring is mm and in the color Transparent. The Hardness of this is 70 Shore A.The alternative names of the compound are Silicone Rubber - PVMQ and they are mostly produced by Eriks - Wacker - Eastern Seals - and BlueStar. The O-ring is commonly used in and has an operating temperature range from -50 ºC to 210 ºC. O-rings are indicated as and have a DIN 3771 Size of 28.17x3.53. This item is equal to and has an FDA Approval. The chemical name of this Oring is Vilnyl Methyl Silicone.

VMQ 70 Shore A – Transparant

The hardness of this VMQ (Vinyl Methyl Silicone) O-ring is 70 Shore A. This VMQ O-Ring - 70 Shore A - Transparant can handle temperatures from -60 °C to +200 °C. You can achieve +230 °C with special qualities. The color of the VMQ O-ring is transparent.

The VMQ O-ring has a good resistant to:

  • Water (max 100 °C)
  • Ozone, weather conditions & aging
  • Vegetable and animal oils and fat
  • Aliphatic engine and gear oils

The VMQ O-ring is not resistant to:

  • Aromatic minerals oils
  • Steam over +120 °C
  • Silicone oils and greases
  • Fuels
  • Acids & alkalis

 

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What is VMQ Silicone (Polymethyl-Vinyl-Siloxanes)?

Dow Corning (a collaboration between Dow Chemicals and Corning Glass Company) was the first to produce silicone rubber. A few years later in 1947 General Electric also started the production of silicone rubber. They patented their production method. VMQ O-rings are a group of elastomeric materials made from silicones, oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon. As a group, silicones have poor tensile strength, tear-resistance, and abrasion resistance. Special compounds have been developed with exceptional resistance to heat and pressure changes. High-strength compounds have also been made, but their strength is not comparable to conventional rubber.

What is VMQ Silicone O-rings used for?

  • Medical industry
  • Farmaceutical industry
  • Food industry

The advantages of an O ring from VMQ Silicone:

  • It has a temperature working range from -40 °C to +200 °C
  • Even at high temperatures, its characteristics won’t be affected
  • Resistant to bacteria and fungi
  • Excellent resistance to chemical fluids

The disadvantages of an O-ring from VMQ Silicone:

  • Low resistance against mineral oils
  • Not resistant to (aromatic) hydrocarbon, based fuels, and strong acids and alkalis
  • It’s known for its mechanical weakness
  • Sensitive to shear forces and therefore not suitable for dynamic or rotary closure application

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