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Trelleborg Announces Isolast® J9567 for Maximum Chemical Resistance in Oil and Gas Applications


Published Mar 9, 2017
Trelleborg - Isolast® J9567
Isolast® J9567 is a technically advanced perfluoroelastomer with improved acid, water and steam resistance suitable for a wide range of demanding processing environments (illustration: Trelleborg)

At booth 1928 at OTC 2017, Trelleborg Sealing Solutions, a pioneer of engineered polymer solutions to the offshore oil and gas industry, announces Isolast® J9567, a technically advanced multi-purpose perfluoroelastomer compound for oil & gas applications.

Isolast® J9567 provides excellent chemical resistance in a broad range of chemical media at continuous operating temperatures from -10° C to +225° C. Performance is further enhanced by excellent compression set characteristics, which ensure high elasticity, minimising the risk of seal failure. It is a truly versatile perfluoroelastomer suitable for use in a wide range of applications in the hydrocarbon refining industries, chemical processing, pumps, valves/flow regulation and power generation equipment including compressors. It can be used in rotating equipment such as pumps and centrifuges as well as flow regulation/valves.

Isolast J9567 provides:

  • Outstanding chemical resistance to a wide range of chemicals
  • Exceptional acid and amine resistance
  • Excellent long-term compression set characteristics
  • Offers significant cost savings and a low cost of ownership

Isolast® J9567 delivers tangible benefits and cost advantages by providing optimum seal reliability and extending service life. The compound is available in all standard international O-Ring sizes along with custom-engineered solutions and FlexiMold™ large diameter joint free seals. OTC 2017 attendees are encouraged to meet with Trelleborg engineering experts at booth 1928 to discuss their oil and gas challenges.

Tags: Trelleborg Sealing Solutions




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