Materials for hygienic-design couplings

Oct. 1, 2009
Materials engineered by Trelleborg Sealing Solutions, Fort Wayne, Ind., for its new range of static seals for hygienic-design couplings have undergone extensive testing in commonly used cleaning-in-process (CIP) media.

Materials engineered by Trelleborg Sealing Solutions, Fort Wayne, Ind., for its new range of static seals for hygienic-design couplings have undergone extensive testing in commonly used cleaning-in-process (CIP) media. Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) E7502 and Fluorocarbon (FKM) V8T41 gave best-in-class results for their material types. V8T41 demonstrated exceptional performance for a fluorocarbon sealing material.

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