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Temperature-Resistant PTFE O-Ring: 206 AS568 Dash, White, -100° F Min Op Temp, 500° F Max Op Temp, 55 Shore D, 10 PK

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Product Specs

Cross Section Shape: Round
Color: White
Actual Width: 0.139 in
Nominal Width: 1⁄8 in
Minimum Operating Temperature: -100 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 500 ° F
Material: PTFE
AS568 Dash Number: 206
Actual ID: 0.484 in
Nominal ID: 1⁄2 in
Hardness Rating (Durometer): Very Hard
Durometer: 55 Shore D
Package Quantity: 10
Measurement System: Inch
Resistance Properties: Temperature Resistant; Chemical Resistant
Actual OD: 0.762 in
Application: Hydraulics; Fluids; Gas; Valves; Faucets; Engines; Sprayers; Machines; Connections; Air-Powered Machines; Automotive; Lawn & Garden
For Use With: Hydraulics; Fluids; Gas
Maximum ID Tolerance: 0.005 in
Minimum ID Tolerance: -0.005 in
Nominal OD: 3⁄4 in
Pack Unit: PK
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Specifications Met: SAE J200; ASTM D2000

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Italy

About This Product

With a 206 AS568 dash number, these Temperature-Resistant PTFE O-Rings are white. They have a -100° F minimum operating temperature and a 500° F maximum operating temperature. They also have a 0.139 in actual width and a 1/8 in nominal width. They have a nominal ID of 1/2 in. Pack of 10.

About General Purpose O-Rings

Take on a range of tasks such as sealing faucets, valves, and flanges with these multipurpose O-rings. They are available in different elastomers to provide the chemical resistances and physical properties needed for your application. All inch sizes conform to AS568 standards for dimensions and tolerances.

Made of a semi-rigid plastic, these PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) O-rings have excellent tensile strength and chemical resistance, and are stable across a wide temperature range. They have low resilience, making them a good choice for crush seals, and a low coefficient of friction for applications where you want an O-ring that won't stick to components.