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Rings, Sealing, Phosphonitrilic Fluoroelastomer (Fz) Aviation Fuel Resistant
- Aerospace Material Specification
Published May 03, 2016 by SAE International in United States
This specification and its associated detail specifications cover phosphonitrilic fluoroelastomers (FZ) in the form of molded rings.
This document was for a polymeric material that is no longer commercially available. Because this material had numerous applications for which there is no single substitution material, users must determine their own substitution for this material.
|Aerospace Material Specification||Reference Fluid for Testing Hydrocarbon Fuel Resistant Materials: 10% Aromatic Content|
|SAE ITC E&A Standard||AS2230 Rivet, Countersunk 120°|
|SAE ITC E&A Standard||AS455 Rivet, Snap Head|
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