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Viton Tubing

Viton is resistant to most hydrocarbons and highly aromatic solvents, making viton tubing most often used in the chemical and petroleum industries. Viton tubing is able to keep its mechanical and chemical resistant properties at higher heat applications. Useful temperature range is -40° F to +400° F. Viton tubing also has a high fluid resistance. Viton is also popular to make o-rings.

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Viton Tubing Physical Properties

  Type A  Type B
Hardness, Shore A 75 60
Tensile Strength, psi 1600 1450
Elongation at break, % 150 350
Brittle Temperature -30°F -40°F
Max. Operating Temperature 400°F 400°F

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Chemical Resistance Guide

Use the chemical resistance guide below to help you determine which rubber is recommended to use based on your chemical application.

How to use this tool:

Type in the chemical, hit search, and the associated resistance ratings will automatically populate.

  1. Begin by typing in the chemical, make a selection from the predictive list, and hit search.
  2. The associated resistance ratings will automatically populate.
  3. Not sure which rubber is best for the chemical you are working with?
    Leave the rubber field blank and the guide will show you the recommended rubber to use.

To see a full table of resistance ratings for different chemicals, view our Printable Chemical Resistance Chart.

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