Sealing sub-zero

sealing sub-zero

A low temperature perfluoroelastomer material introduced by Precision Polymer Engineering (PPE) for use in oil and gas applications has been developed to perform under extreme conditions, in temperatures as low as –40°C (–40°F). According to PPE, the new Perlast Ice G75LT material offers the thermal and chemical resistance superiority associated with perfluoroelastomers (FFKM) but now with extremely low temperature capabilities. The exceptional low temperature properties are achieved by polymer structure changes, rather than additive techniques, which provides reliable, repeatable and sustained sealing performance, said PPE, adding that Perlast Ice is well suited to pumps, valves and equipment, stored or operated in low temperatures, in applications where aggressive chemical conditions exist.

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