March 2014

Trends and Resources

New Developments

Steam-resistant material expands range of elastomer-sealing solutions EnDura E90SR is a new ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) elastomer material that is said to provide outstanding high-tem..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Steam-resistant material expands range of elastomer-sealing solutions   EnDura E90SR is a new ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) elastomer material that is said to provide outstanding high-temperature steam resistance. The material is available as O-rings, T seals and custom-molded geometries. It is used in pumps, valves, turbines, geothermal tools and drilling equipment. Unlike traditional EPDM materials, EnDura E90SR can withstand high temperatures (up to 550˚F) and high pressures, with resistance to rapid gas decompression. These properties make the material ideal for use in anaerobic high-temperature environments. The EnDura range now covers all major polymer c

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