Selection of Industrial Components.


O-rings are round sealing components with the spherical bridge that are employed mostly in static situations. The interior diameter and cross-section dimension are used to determine the sizes. Our O-rings are made in accordance with worldwide metric and imperial specifications such as AS 568B, DIN ISO 3601, and JIS. Miniature O-rings, unique O-rings with huge dimensions, and constantly molded and braided cord are all feasible in custom sizes of practically any dimension. O-Ring compounds that are developed to fulfill the most rigorous industry standards, comprising FDA, USP, KTW, DVGW, BAM, WRAS (WRC), NSF, UL, Aerospace (AMS), and many buyer needs.

Size is an important consideration when choosing the proper o-ring for your application. In the sealing application, an ill-fitting o-ring will induce leak routes to form, resulting in failure. Standard AS568 and ISO 3601 O-Ring seal sizes, as well as non-standard sizes for specific applications, are available in O-Ring Malaysia. Two critical measurements must be made to guarantee that your o-ring is the correct fit: internal diameter (ID) and cross-section (CS). Here’s a breakdown of the actions you’ll need to follow to measure your o-ring seal.

Step 1: Measure the inside diameter.

The ID is a measurement of the distance between your o-inner ring’s edges. Place your o-ring on a level surface to get this measurement. Measure from one inner side of the o-ring to the other inner edge with a ruler. The ID may be recorded in inches or millimeters, depending on the size of your o-ring. This will aid in determining the size of the opening in your seal.

Step2: Cross-Sectioning.

The width or thickness of the seal is referred to as the CS of your o-ring. You’ll almost certainly need a vernier caliper to determine the CS. Place the o-ring loosely in the caliper without squeezing it. The breadth of the rubber should be measured and recorded. This is a critical dimension since the width of a seal affects compression resistance, volume swell, and resistance to abrasion.

Step 3: Check for Toughness

Tube Fitting Penangis made and engineered to fulfill the stringent requirements of industry sectors.  The Shore A durometer scale is used to determine the hardness of each rubber material. The harder the compound, the greater the durometer, is a basic rule of thumb. Hardness varies depending on the substance and use. Standard rubber compositions have a Shore A hardness of 70. In our O-Ring Material Selection Guide, you can sort elastomer materials by the stiffness you’re looking for.

Tube fittings from RFP India are commonly used in oil and gas, petrochemical/chemical processing, pulp and paper, research laboratories, chemical processing, aerospace and defense, cryogenic and semiconductor, power generation, shipbuilding, and heavy industrial industries. They are rated to the maximum working pressure of the indicated tube, with fitting sizes ranging from 1/8′′ to 2′′ and a variety of end styles and connections to choose from.