Description: Style AG60FS 60 durometer fluorosilicone gasketing material is designed to be utilized in gasketing applications where general purpose silicone (AG60GP) would degrade by harsh fluids or chemicals. 60 durometer fluorosilicone will perform in extreme low and high temperature, with a service temperature of -65°F to +500°F. Style AG60FS is naturally UV and ozone resistant and offers extreme resistance to fuels and solvents. 60 durometer fluorosilicone is fungus resistant and takes a low compression set. Consider using 60 durometer fluorosilicone gasketing material in applications where the gasket requires silicone, but where extreme conditions exist. Style AG60FS 60 durometer fluorosilicone is formulated to meet both the AMS3325 specification and the MIL-R-25988 Type 2, Class 1, Grade 60 specification.
Atlantic Gasket’s fluorosilicone gasketing material is available in a wide range of durometers, ranging from as soft as 30 Durometer (AG30FS) to as hard as 70 Durometer (AG70FS) with standard durometers in between. Style AG60FS can be converted into rolls ranging from as narrow as 1/4" wide, up to 36" in width. Atlantic Gasket can supply AG60FS without adhesive or with either our standard acrylic adhesive or our high-temperature acrylic adhesive. AG60FS fluorosilicone can be manufactured to standard and custom thicknesses. Atlantic Gasket has the ability to fabricate 60 durometer fluorosilicone by die-cutting or waterjet cutting to meet both prototype and production requirements.
MIL-R-25988 TYPE 2, CLASS 1 GRADE 60
|Physical Property||Test Method||Unit of Measure||Typical Properties|
|DUROMETER||ASTM D 2240||SHORE A||60|
|TENSILE STRENGTH||ASTM D 412||psi||900|
|SPECIFIC GRAVITY||ASTM D 297||G/CC||1.50|
|TEAR||ASTM D 624||ppi
|ELONGATION||ASTM D 412||%||200|
|VOLUME CHANGE % FUEL "C"
22 HOURS AT 77°F
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