Eighty years of sealing experience
ERIKS‘ 80 years of sealing experience and profound knowledge of your business, its applications and installations is made accessible through a number of materials: a technical o-ring manual and various tables with elastomer properties.
The below table shows the international elastomer abbreviations, chemical terms and trade names.
If you have any questions about elastomers, please contact one of our locations or fill in our contact form below the table.
|Chemical Term||ASTM Designated Abbreviation||Polymer Trade Names|
|Acrylonitrile Butadiene||NBR||Chemigum®, Nipol®, Krynac®, Paracril®, Perbunan N®, BunaN ®|
|Highly Saturated Nitrile||HNBR||Therban®, Zetpol®|
|Carboxylated Nitrile||XNBR||Nipol®, Krynac®, Chemigum®|
|Fluorocarbon||FKM, FEPM||Dyneon®, Viton®, Aflas®, Fluorel®|
|Ethylene Propylene||EP, EPDM, EPT, EPR||Nordel®, Royalene® Vistalon®, Buna EP®, Keltan®|
|Styrene Butadiene||SBR||Ameripol Synpol®, SBR®, Plioflex®, Stereon®|
|Polychloroprene||CR||Neoprene®, Baypren®, Butaclor®|
|Silicone||VMQ, PMQ, PVMQ||Silastic®, SILPLUS®, Elastosil, Wacker®|
|Fluorosilicone||FVMQ||FSE®, Silastic®, Sylon®|
|Polyacrylate||ACM||Cyanacryl®, HyTemp®, Thiacril®|
SMR®, Pale Crepe®, Smoked Sheet®
|Polyurethane (Polyester or Polyether)||AU or EU||Adiprene®, Millathane®, Vibrathane®, Vulkolan®, PUR|