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Viton® GLT-600S Datasheet

Fluoroelastomer

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Product Description
Viton® GLT-600S fluoroelastomer is a 64% fluorine, peroxide-cured, low temperature fluoroelastomer. GLT-600S utilizes the latest technology, Advanced Polymer Architecture (APA), which includes a novel peroxide cure site along with an optimized molecular weight distribution.

Features
  • Cures exceptionally fast to a high state of cure
  • Similar to improved low temperature properties compared to Viton® GLT
  • Improved mold release/mold fouling properties
  • Improved mold flow and less shear sensitivity for a 65 Mooney peroxy cured FKM
  • Excellent physical properties with high elongation, both original and aged
  • Heat, fluids, and low temperature resistance comparable to Viton® GLT
  • Improved water resistance / lower volume swell in water
  • Excellent compression set resistance with either low or no postcure
General  
Material Status 
  • Commercial: Active
Availability 
  • Europe
  • North America
 
Features 
  • Good Mold Release
  • Good Moldability
  • High Elongation
  • Low Compression Set
  • Low Temperature Resistant
Appearance 
  • White
Forms 
  • Sheet
Physical
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Specific Gravity
 
ASTM D792
Mooney Viscosity (ML 1+10, 250°F)
MU
ASTM D1646
Elastomers
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Tensile Stress (10% Strain)
    ASTM D412
73°F 2
psi
 
73°F 3
psi
 
73°F 4
psi
 
73°F 5
psi
 
73°F 6
psi
 
Tensile Stress
    ASTM D412
100% Strain, 73°F 7
psi
 
100% Strain, 73°F 8
psi
 
100% Strain, 73°F 9
psi
 
100% Strain, 73°F 10
psi
 
100% Strain, 73°F 11
psi
 
Tensile Strength
    ASTM D412
Yield, 73°F 7
psi
 
Yield, 73°F 8
psi
 
Yield, 73°F 9
psi
 
Yield, 73°F 10
psi
 
Yield, 73°F 11
psi
 
Tensile Elongation
    ASTM D412
Break, 73°F 7
%
 
Break, 73°F 8
%
 
Break, 73°F 9
%
 
Break, 73°F 10
%
 
Break, 73°F 11
%
 
Compression Set
    ASTM D395B
392°F, 22 hr 12
%
 
392°F, 22 hr
%
 
Hardness
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Durometer Hardness
    ASTM D2240
Shore A, 73°F
 
 
Shore A, 73°F 13
 
 
Shore A, 73°F 14
 
 
Shore A, 73°F 15
 
 
Shore A, 73°F 16
 
 
Aging
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Change in Volume
    ASTM D471
73°F, 168 hr, in M15 (Fuel C/Methanol 85/15)
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Reference Fuel C
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in Water
%
 
302°F, 168 hr, in ASTM 105 Oil
%
 
Features
Features may also be described by the following terms: Low Temperature Resistant, Low Temperature Performance, Good Mold Release, Easy Release, Good Demolding, Good Moldability, High Elongation, Low Compression Set.
Available Documents
Technical Datasheet (English)
Notes
1Typical properties: these are not to be construed as specifications.
2508 mm/min, Aged 70 hr at 275°C
3508 mm/min, Aged 168 hr at 150°C in ASTM #105 Oil
4508 mm/min, Aged 70 hr at 250°C
5508 mm/min
6508 mm/min, Aged 2 hr at 232°C
720 in/min
820 in/min, Aged in ASTM 105 Oil for 168 hr at 302°F
920 in/min, Aged for 2 hr at 450°F
1020 in/min, Aged for 70 hr at 482°F
1120 in/min, Aged for 70 hr at 527°F
12Postcured for 2 hr at 232°C
13Aged in ASTM 105 Oil for 168 hr at 302°F
14Aged for 2 hr at 450°F
15Aged for 70 hr at 482°F
16Aged for 70 hr at 527°F
 
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