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Like AGC Chemicals, Zeon has a proud history manufacturing world-class products and can now add AFLAS to their portfolio.
Adding the AFLAS products to our distribution channel allows synergy between Zeon's existing product lines and AFLAS.
AFLAS fluoroelastomers can be used in demanding applications found in the oil/gas, chemical processing, wire and cable, heavy equipment, food handling/pharmaceutical and automotive industries.
Equipped with highly durable seals (bladders), ESPs can withstand the most taxing bottom-hole conditions due to the superior qualities of Aflas 100 series fluoroelastomers.
By imparting resilient flexibility and high-temperature and chemical resistance to bladder designs, Aflas helps reduce the differential pressure between the well bore and the motor, extending the life of mechanical seals and the pothead area.
Classified by ASTM D 1418-01 as FEPM, Aflas products excel in amine- and base-rich environments of oil and gas recovery and do not deteriorate under prolonged exposure to 200[degrees]C (392[degrees]F).
5 Table 5 - changes in coagents in FEPM compounds MB401 Internal mix Phr Aflas 150P 100 MT 990 carbon black 25 Sodium stearate 1 Total 126 Mill mix Compound no.
3] 40 DIDP 30 Maglite D 5 Agerite Resin D 1 Total 236 CSM masterbatch Hypalon 40 100 N330 carbon black 60 Sunpar 2280 10 PE wax 2 Agerite Resin D 1 Total 173 FKM masterbatch Viton GF-600S 100 MT 990 carbon black 30 VPA #2 1 Total 131 FEPM masterbatch Aflas 150P 100 MT 990 carbon black 25 Sodium stearate 1 Total 126
37 Table 9--polymer curative amount effects in TFE/P compound 2 factor, 2 level factorial design Experimental design Factor: Polymer: Level -1: Aflas 100 S Level +1: Aflas 100 S/Aflas 150 P blend Cure: Level -1: TAIC-DLC 5.
Dyneon fluoroelastomers, Dyneon base resistant elastomers and Aflas TFE elastomers are designed for use in a variety of applications that require high temperature and/or aggressive fluid resistance, according to the literature.
Figure 12 shows deformations and stresses through the Aflas button, at various compression levels.