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Heat-Resistant Silicone Food & Beverage O-Ring: 137 AS568 Dash, Red, -65° F Min Op Temp, 400° F Max Op Temp, 70 Shore A, 10 PK

Item # 654U505

$2.11 Pack of 10

Product Specs

Color: Red
Minimum Operating Temperature: -65 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 400 ° F
Actual Width: 0.103 in
Nominal Width: 3⁄32 in
AS568 Dash Number: 137
Actual ID: 2.05 in
Nominal ID: 2 1⁄16 in
Hardness Rating (Durometer): Medium
Durometer: 70 Shore A
Material: Silicone
Resistance Properties: Alkali Resistant; Weather Resistant; Ozone Resistant; Heat Resistant
Actual OD: 2.256 in
Application: Faucets; Valves; Lawn & Garden; Gas; Fluids; Hydraulics; Automotive; Air-Powered Machines; Connections; Machines; Sprayers; Engines
Cross Section Shape: Round
For Use With: Fluids; Hydraulics; Gas
Inch or Metric: Inch
Maximum ID Tolerance: 0.017 in
Minimum ID Tolerance: -0.017 in
Nominal OD: 2 1⁄4 in
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Specifications Met: FDA Certified; ASTM D2000; SAE J200

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About This Product

With a 137 AS568 dash number, these Heat-Resistant Silicone Food and Beverage O-Rings are red. They have a -65° F minimum operating temperature and a 400° F maximum operating temperature. They also have a 0.103 in actual width and a 3/32 in nominal width. They have an actual ID of 2.050 in. Pack of 10.

About Food & Beverage O-Rings

Made of FDA-compliant materials, these O-rings can withstand environments that may cause other O-rings to degrade, helping to maintain the purity of substances being processed. Use these O-rings in food and beverage production, processing, and handling equipment such as mixers, blenders, pumps, vats, and refrigerators. They can also be used in water and pharmaceutical processing applications. These O-rings have a medium hard hardness rating. All conform to AS568 standards for dimensions and tolerances.

For applications where you need heat-resistant seals, choose silicone O-rings for their stability at high temperatures and resistance to aging. They can be used for sealing components of ovens, food warmers, beverage dispensers, pasteurizers, and other heated equipment.