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3M™ Dyneon™ Low Temperature Fluoroelastomer LTFE 6400Z, 25KG/55LB BX

3M ID  98021324748    UPC#  00051135899298     
3M™ Dyneon™ Low Temperature Fluoroelastomer LTFE 6400Z, 25KG/55LB BX
Dyneon™ LTFE is a technically advanced elastomer offering a unique dynamic sealing capability at low temperatures as well as the broad chemical resistance that is expected from a fluoroelastomer. Dyneon™ LTFE 6400 Z is now approved to AMS Aerospace Materials Specification 7379 (-40°C fluorocarbon elastomer (FKM)).
  • TR10 = -40°C which means true dynamic sealing capability at low temperatures.
  • Very good chemical resistance against most chemicals such as acids, bases, fuels, oils, coolants, and alcohols.
  • Processes comparably to other peroxide-cured fluoroelastomers.
  • Good compression set resistance with low/no post-cure.
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    Overview

    Suggested Applications
  • O-ring seals
  • Quick-connect seals
  • Gaskets
  • Dyneon™ LTFE 6400 Z is a technically advanced low temperature, peroxide-cured fluoroelastomer, designated as a FKM type 3 elastomer per ASTM D-1418. It is designed to meet the challenging demands of the automotive, aerospace and chemical processing industries, requiring low temperature sealing in chemically aggressive environments. LTFE 6400 Z offers a unique low temperature sealing capability of TR10 = -40°C as well as broad chemical resistance.

    Specifications

    CapabilitiesChemical Resistance, Temperature Resistance
    ColorTranslucent, Clear-Amber
    Compression Set26
    Container Volume55 Pound
    Cure TechnologyRaw Gum
    Elongation180 Percent
    Fluorine Content67.1 Percent
    Industry - UseCPI/Semicon, Defense, Electrical, Mining, Oil and Gas, Rubber and Plastic
    Mooney Viscosity100
    Post Cure16 h @ 230°C
    Press Cure10 min @ 177°C
    Product FormSlab
    Specific Gravity1.86
    Tensile Strength at Break11.9 MPa (1,700 psi)