Polyether Elastomers for Heat Resistant Automotive Applications 770865

Epichlorohydrin elastomers were first introduced to the rubber industry in 1965. They were subsequently commercialized to bring to the industry the combination of high temperature stability and resistance to fuels, oils, and oxidation. Today these polymers are used in many automotive applications.This paper is offered to the automotive engineer as a description of these elastomers and as a reference source for the kinds of applications and specifications which they now serve.


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