What is a Wheaton Rubber Sheet?
After the introduction and production of Wheaton rubber, its use quickly spread to various industries, including automotive, home appliances, and chemical industries. Wheaton rubber as a high performance elastomer in very hot environments and with erosion shows very good performance and has high resistance. Wheaton was also the first fluorostomer to record ISO 9000 worldwide.
Wheaton rubber is a synthetic rubber and fluoropolymer elastomer that is commonly used in the production of gloves resistant to chemicals and other goods. This is a trademark registered by Chemours. In addition to thermal resistance, the mechanical properties of this type of tire are also very good. The brand of this product is in the Whiton market, which can show excellent resistance against various bases, acids and solvents. The thermal resistance of this type of tire is up to 320 ° C. This allows it to have excellent flame resistance for applications in high temperature environments.
Application of Wheaton rubber sheet
Its applications include widespread use in the automotive industry such as hoses and washers, aerospace such as aircraft parts and missiles, food industry, and so on. Wheaton o-rings also perform much better than NBR and are anti-acid, anti-solvent, anti-gasoline and hydraulic oil. Can also be used to make rollers, car engine shafts, sealants, special rubber parts, etc.
Its use in gaseous environments minimizes the possibility of gas leakage. Even in the harshest possible conditions, for example in high temperature environments and full of chemical contaminants, the performance of Wheaton tires is exemplary. It is safe to say that the most durable and durable rubber materials you have ever heard of are Vuitton tires. In most places, such as oil and hydrocarbon environments, if the ambient temperature is high, it is more appropriate and better to use Whiton rubber instead of NBR rubber.