|Seal Durometer:||70 Shore A|
|Minimum Seal Operating Temperature:||-35 ° F|
|Maximum Seal Operating Temperature:||265 ° F|
|Shell Durometer:||70 Shore A|
|ID (for Rod Diameter):||1 in|
|OD (for Bore Diameter):||1 1⁄4 in|
|Overall Height:||1⁄8 in|
|Seal Style:||For Pistons|
|Resistance Properties:||Petroleum Oil Resistant|
|Backup Ring Material:||Nylon|
|For Housing Bore Diameter (OD):||1 1⁄4 in|
|Maximum Pressure:||5,000 psi|
|Maximum Shell Operating Temperature:||265 ° F|
|Minimum Shell Operating Temperature:||-35 ° F|
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About Rod & Piston U-Cup Seals
Also known as U-rings, these U-cup seals have flared edges, or lips, that effectively seal rods and pistons. Named after their U-shaped cross section, they can be used for static and dynamic applications.
Loaded U-rings have an O-ring filler, or energizer, that applies uniform contact to the flared edges to maintain sealing force at low and high pressures.
Use these T-shape rings on pistons to form a stable, square seal for low-pressure applications. They are designed to resist extrusion and to fit into existing O-ring grooves, allowing you to retrofit these rings without making changes to your hardware.