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Home Oil SealsStandard types oil sealsOil seal TCN 22x42x11 NBR KDIK/China, NOK AP1148F for hydraulic pump

Oil seal TCN 22x42x11 NBR KDIK/China, NOK AP1148F for hydraulic pump

Price: €4.23

In stock 20 pcs.

  • Code:
    47022042119
  • Weight:
    0.036 Kgs

Oil seal type TCN,  with dust lip and with spring. 

Material: nitrile rubber (NBR).

Helix:  

Max pressure: ≤3 MPA

Temp range: -20~120 C

Max Speed: ≤25 m/s    

The nitrile rubber may vary in color from the one shown in the picture, without this affecting the sealing properties of the oil seal.

 

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Oil seal TCN 22x42x11 NBR  KDIK/China,  NOK AP1148F  for hydraulic pump
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Rubber properties - Acrylnitrile-butadiene rubber NBR:

Standard color: black

NBR rubber demonstrates excellent resistance to the effects of mineral oils. It also provides particularly good results with hydraulic oils, grease, diesel fuels plus other aliphatic hydrocarbons, diluted acids and alkaline solutions that do not contain aromatic or chlorinated additives. Its excellent mechanical properties, such as high resistance to pressure and abrasion, high stability and good temperature resistance (-20°С to +120 °С), ensure a wide application range for this rubber. 

Advantages:

- good oil and fuel resistance (especially to hydraulic oils)

- good working temperature range: -20°С to +120 °С in oil

- good resistance to pressure

- good wear resistance and high tensile strength

- low swelling in water

Limitations:

- poor weather, light and ozone resistance 

- poor resistance to polar fluids 

- poor resistance to chlorinated hydrocarbons 

- poor resistance to aromatic fluids