Kalrez® Application Guide

Optimize FFKM selection with the Kalrez® Application Guide (KAG).
Upgraded and Improved Version 17.1 Now Available! Expires November 15, 2014.

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Enjoy the following Kalrez® Application Guide 17.1 updates:

  • As always, the Kalrez® Application Guide installation interface will assure that all data stored in the previous version of the Application Guide will be transferred to the new program.
  • The Force/Deflection section, under the Utilities Menu now contains information on Kalrez® 9300 and 9500.
  • Additional minor changes to the Application Guide have been made to enhance it functionality.


Overview

The Kalrez® Application Guide (KAG) is divided into three segments: Product Selection, Seal Design, and O-Ring Troubleshooting. Please note: most of the Product Selection section is available online in the Chemical Resistance Guide.

Product Selection

In the Product Selection section, Kalrez® products are rated in a variety of temperatures and chemical media. Specific compounds have been developed to meet the unique needs of the chemical, semiconductor, photovoltaic and pharmaceutical industries. If you do not participate in one of these industries, most chemicals are found in the chemical processing industry section.

Seal Design

The Seal Design section is organized to assist users in designing seals for O-rings or choosing O-rings for specific seals. The user has several seals to choose from which cover standard O-ring designs. These seals can be designed for specific O-rings or an O-ring can be selected for a seal of specific dimensions.

O-ring Troubleshooting

The O-ring Troubleshooting section includes photos of O-rings damaged from chemical, thermal, or mechanical attack. By understanding the cause of O-ring failure, proper selection of an alternative elastomer or seal design can help improve seal life.