GEN

O-Ring Seal

OR-9X2-NBR70

Inside diameter 9
Thickness 2

Part number : OR-9X2-NBR70

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Description

The O-Ring Seal with the reference OR-9X2-NBR70 has an inner diameter of 9 mm and a thickness of 2 mm. It is made of NBR.

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Description

The O-Ring Seal with the reference OR-9X2-NBR70 has an inner diameter of 9 mm and a thickness of 2 mm. It is made of NBR.

See data sheet

How to read the reference of an o-ring?

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TECHNICAL DATA

Brand GEN
Inside diameter 9 mm
Thickness 2 mm
Material NBR
Type OR
Hardness 70 s
Weight 1 g
Packaging 1

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The O-Ring Seal with the reference OR-9X2-NBR70 has an inner diameter of 9 mm and a thickness of 2 mm. It is made of NBR.

EXPERT ADVICE

How to read the reference of an O-ring?

Example:
OR-40X3-NBR90
Where
OR = product type (O-ring or O-ring seal)
40X3 = inside diameter X thickness
NBR = matter
90 = shore hardness

Shore hardness is a material hardness scale, usually between 70 and 90 for O-rings. The higher the number, the harder the material.

What does the number mean at the end of the reference?

This is the indication of shore hardness. Shore hardness is a material hardness scale, usually between 70 and 90 for O-rings. The higher the number, the harder the material.

Difference between NBR, FPM, EPDM, MVQ?

These are the different types of rubber. Each material will be more or less suitable for a use. Refer to the following information: FOR OILS NBR = Nitrile = Butadiene rubber - Acrylonitrile
        from -30°C to +120°C
FPM = Viton = Fluorinated Rubber
        from -20°C to +200°C
MVQ = Silicone rubber
        from -50°C to +210°C
FOR HYDROCARBONS NBR = Nitrile = Butadiene rubber - Acrylonitrile
        from -30°C to +120°C
FPM = Viton = Fluorinated Rubber
        from -20°C to +200°C
FOR BRAKE FLUID EPDM = Ethylene Rubber - Propylene - Diene
        from -40°C to +150°C
FOR WATER EPDM = Ethylene Rubber - Propylene - Diene
        from -40°C to +150°C
 FOR MORE DETAILS ON THE MATERIALS, THEIR STRENGTHS AND LIMITS OF USE, REFER TO THE COMPLETE DESCRIPTION ON THE SEALED SEARCH PAGE

How to choose the size of my O-ring?

An O-ring should not, in general, be too stretched. It is therefore preferable to take a dimension as close as possible to the groove diameter, if applicable.

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