Fluoride rubber (FPM)

Fluoride rubbers are mixed polymers. The first type, a copolymer made of vinylidene fluoride and hexa fluoride propylene was introduced to the market in 1958 by DU PONT under the name of VITON. FPM is flame retardant and has a resistance which is superior to all elastomers against high temperatures, ozone, oxygen and chemicals.

FPM is for Shore-hardness Shore A 40-90 available.

Areas of application: Seals, moulded parts and hoses, cable isolation, everywhere where high temperatures and excellent chemical resistance is needed.