FVMQ (Fluorosilicone) contains trifluoropropyl groups next to the methyl groups.
The mechanical and physical properties of Fluorosilicone are very similar to VMQ (Silicone).
However, FVMQ offers improved fuel and mineral oil resistance but poor hot air resistance when compared with VMQ.
This material has an operating temperature range from -50°C to +200°C in air.
Fluorosilicone tends to be used for static applications for Seals, O-Rings, Flange Seals, Energisers & Gaskets.
Competitive lead times & pricing from Lanson Polymers allied with our vast experience in the design & supply of critical seals & components into a variety of markets will allow you to specify the optimum solution for your application.
Lanson Polymers Fluorosilicone (FVMQ) Compounds
LP-704: 51 Durometer – Temperatures from -50°C up to +200°C – Grey compound
LP-701: 70 Durometer – Temperatures from -50°C up to +200°C – Red Compound
The above compounds are only a small sample of our broad range of FVMQ materials – please contact us to discuss your particular application and we can recommend an optimum solution.
-50°C to +200°C
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Excellent high and low temperature properties
Very good low temperature flexibility
Excellent ozone and sunlight resistance
Improved chemical resistance over standard silicone, particularly in aromatic mineral oils, hydrocarbons, fuel and low molecular aromatic hydrocarbons (e.g. Benzene & Toluene)