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O-ring OD 11.26 ID 6.02 BCG Silicone Durometer 50-108
Anesthesia Delivery
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  • Excellent seal materials for high temperatures in static environments
  • Outstanding flex and fatigue life
  • Strong ozone and UV radiation resistance
  • Good insulating properties

Product Overview

O-rings are seated in a groove and compressed between two or more parts, thereby creating a seal at the interface. O-rings are mainly used for sealing and preventing the leakage of fuel or gas and as washers for medical equipment. The silicon O-rings are used in anesthesia machine flow tube module to eliminate the leakage of gases. Silicones are a group of elastomeric materials made of polymers containing silicon, oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon. O-rings are used to flexible silicon rubber material which acts as an excellent leak source barrier in medical equipment of anesthesia machines.

  • Additional Features

    • Excellent heat and compression resistance
    • Acts as an good electrical insulator
    • Solvent and oil resistance
    • Relatively low cost and highly reliable
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Superior tear resistance
    • Suitable for use with corrosive skydrol hydraulic fluid, as well as steam, water, silicone oils, brake fluids and alcohols
    • Date sensitive material

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