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    White FDA Viton A Rubber Sheet


    Reglin White FDA Viton A Rubber is a white, premium grade, hygienic, food grade, 64 Duro, Fluoroelastomer sheet, which has very high temperature and chemical resistance, to acids and alkalis. It is also a viable choice for resistance to petroleum based oil and fuel including petrol, diesel and LPG. It is also resistant to mineral acids and aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons.. It is FDA compliant, per 21 CFR 177.2600, making it approved for repeated and long-term contact with food.

    White FDA Viton contains a 66% fluorine content to maintain its fluid resistance at high temperatures and flexibility at low temperatures, making it suitable for critical temperature sealing and corrosion protection applications.

    Technical Information

    Polymer FKM (minimum 66% Fluorine content)
    Colour White ASTM D297
    Specific Gravity 2.02 ASTM D297
    Hardness 64° ± 5° Shore A ASTM D2240
    Tensile Strength 14 MPa (min) ASTM D412
    Elongation @ Break 250% (min) ASTM D412
    Compression Set
    (22hrs @ 200°C)
    18% ASTM D395B
    Temperature Range -10°C to +250°C

    Available Sizes

    STANDARD THICKNESS 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm, 3.0mm, 5.0mm
    STANDARD ROLL SIZE 1200mm x 10mtrs

    Sheet rubber can be supplied in cut lengths, strips, pads and a wide variety of custom cut shapes and gaskets to meet your requirements.

    White FDA Viton Rubber Sheet


    Reglin White Viton Rubber Sheet has been designed primarily for use as a flexible strip, pad, lining or gasket and is mainly used for Sealing, Insulating, Isolating and Protecting, steel or other surfaces of equipment. It is mainly used for corrosion and high temperature applications such as chemical storage, transfer and processing but can be used for a wide range of applications including:

    • Flange gaskets on pipes and tanks
    • Lining of pipes and tanks
    • Transfer and joining sleeves
    • Chemical proof flashing
    • Insulating strip
    • Isolation barriers
    • Variety of sealing applications