With its exceptional resistance to solvents, acids, bases, and extreme weather, Viton® is a top choice for custom parts.
When it comes to heat, Viton® can handle temperatures over 400°F (200°C) with ease. It is also highly resistant to chemicals, oils, acids, gases, and hydrocarbons, making it the go-to material for industries dealing with these substances. Even in extreme weather conditions, Viton® maintains a strong seal against oxidation, ozone, fungus, and mold.
Developed by DuPont (now Chemours) in 1957, Viton® is a synthetic fluorocarbon rubber commonly used in the manufacturing of O-rings, gaskets, and other molded or extruded parts. Its exceptional properties make it a perfect fit for industries such as appliance processing, automotive, and chemicals.
With over 25 varieties of Viton® available, finding the right one can be a breeze with Breiner by your side.