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Eagle Elastomer Inc. has introduced two new compounds.
The first is MPF-0750, a newly designed chemical resistant perfluoroelastomer compound that the company said has excellent compression set properties. Eagle Elastomer is offering this compound in an unvulcanized state for molding applications.
The compound can be provided in extruded cord and custom profiles that will be fully cured and post-cured for optimum properties. The cured extrusions also can be supplied with an FFKM splicing compound.
The second material is EE94575H, a -30°C Tg compound that Eagle said can be supplied in fully vulcanized and post-cured forms that can be certified to AMS-3384. This material is available in cured sheet and extruded cord, tubing and custom profiles, the company said.
For more information, go to www.eagleelastomer.com.