Viton sheeting is made of smooth finish specification grade Type A Viton compound. Viton Sheets have hardness of 75 Shore A, excellent resistance to aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, petroleum oils, fuels, ozone and weather, chlorinated solvents, lubricants and animal or vegetable oils.
FKM Viton® Fluoroelastomer Sheet is an economical sheet, formulated with 100% virgin Fluoroelastomer base and does not contain regrind or reprocessed elastomers. The Viton sheets will withstand exposure to temperatures more than 240 degrees Celsius and have excellent chemical resistance that is typical of fluoroelastomer compounds. The viton sheeting could be delivered plain or with light fabric impression finish.
Viton sheets Shore A Hardness: 70° ± 5°
Viton sheets working temperature: -30°C to +250°C / -30°C to +210°C (3, 5 and 6mm)
FKM / Viton commercial grade Fluoroelastomer Sheet
The selection of the most suitable Viton rubber sheet to be used for any specific end-use implementation shall be determined by the end-use provider and, in specific, whether the detail of it must provide: acid resistance or base resistance to hydrocarbon liquids, flexibility at high temperatur..
Genuine Viton® rubber sheets
All of our Genuine Chemours Viton Rubber Sheeting is produced in the UK or Europe using high-quality Vitonpolymer to ensure absolute conformance with the standard.
We offer a commercial fluoropolymer (FKM) rubber sheeting for applications where reliability requirements are higher than what other synthetic polymers..
VITON™ Rubber Sheeting - Grade A
There are some intrinsic variations between the different groups of Viton fluoroelastomers in terms of pressure set strength, low heat flexibility and resistance to certain groups of liquids.
Depending on their comparative strength to fluid and chemical attack, standard kinds of VitonTM fluoroelastomer product..
VITON™ Rubber Sheeting - Grade B
Viton rubber sheets of this grade are produced of Premium Viton type B: 68% Fluorine. Viton™ type B is more resistant and maintains more stability after dry heat aging than Viton™ type A. It is suggested for applications needing maximum elastic properties preservation in combination with excellent mechanical char..