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Mechanical Seal for Nitric Acid

Mechanical Seal for Nitric Acid

Mechanical Seal for Nitric Acid

Hello Dear members
I want your guidance in selecting mechanical seal. Which mechanical seal is best for handling Nitric Acid? Viton or EPR. if there is any reference
Thank you

RE: Mechanical Seal for Nitric Acid

Ring M1 Burgmann

RE: Mechanical Seal for Nitric Acid

This is always a good source for these queries https://www.parker.com/literature/ORD%205700%20Par...

In this case it depends on the concentration of Nitric acid. If its between 0-50%, then you can use viton. Otherwise your looking at perfluoroelastomers I'm afraid.

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