Titanic Acid, also known as Ferric Titanate, is an inorganic compound used in the production of a variety of materials including pigments, optical materials, and catalysts. Common industries that use Titanic Acid include paint, plastics, and ceramics.
When rubber is exposed to Titanic Acid, it can lead to a number of failures. The acid can cause swelling, softening, and discoloration of the rubber, which can lead to decreased physical strength and reduced flexibility. Additionally, Titanic Acid can cause severe oxidative damage to the rubber, leading to further cracking and embrittlement.
Fluorosilicone o-rings are a hybrid of silicone and FKM resulting in great jet fuel resistance with high and low temperature performance. Also widely used in semiconductor Ashing equipment with strong resistance to oxygen plasma, FVMQ fluorosilicone o-rings also feature excellent flexibility, compression resistance, aging and sunlight resistance, and overall wide range of basic chemical resistance.
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