Earls 176112ERL Viton O-Ring, Fitting Size 12, Package of 5
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Earl's stocks O ring seals in the traditional BUNA N synthetic rubber and in VITON®. The BUNA compound is compatible with most fuels, hydraulic fluids, and lubricants up to a temperature limit of 275°F. VITON® is preferred for synthetic lubricants, oxygen bearing fuels and additives, and non-ether based brake fluids. VITON® also has more scuff resistance, a longer service life, and a higher temperature rating of 400°F. (Viton® is a registered trademark of DuPont Performance Elastomers)
- Preferred For Synthetic Lubes
- For Oxygen Bearing Fuels
- For Oxygen Bearing Additives
- Non-Ether Based Brake Fluids
- More Scuff Resistance
- Longer Service Life
- Temperature Rating 400°F
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