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Rubber, Fabricated Products

2011-05-23
CURRENT
AMSR3065A
This specification establishes the requirements for fabricated products of vulcanized rubber, synthetic rubber or rubberlike compositions alone or in combination, together with procedures for the inspection of such products (see 6.1).
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Gasket, Metallic-Encased

2014-05-27
CURRENT
AMSHHG101A
This specification covers metallic-encased gaskets with and without inlays.
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Rubber, Ethylene-Propylene, General Purpose

1998-03-01
HISTORICAL
AMSR83285
This specification covers two grades of ethylene-propylene rubber having excellent resistance to ozone and hot water, but poor resistance to hydrocarbon oils or solvents.
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Rubber, Ethylene-Propylene, General Purpose

2011-11-07
CURRENT
AMSR83285A
This specification covers two grades of ethylene-propylene rubber having excellent resistance to ozone and hot water, but poor resistance to hydrocarbon oils or solvents.
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Tolerances, Metric Rubber Products

2014-03-19
CURRENT
MAM2279B
This specification covers established metric (SI) manufacturing tolerances applicable to non-cellular rubber products ordered to metric dimensions. These tolerances apply to all conditions, unless otherwise noted. The term "exclusive" applies only to the higher figure of the specified range.
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Rubber, Ethylene-Propylene, Hydrazine Resistant

2011-09-23
CURRENT
AMSR83412A
This specification covers three types of rubber having good resistance to high and low temperature and hydrazine type propellants, but poor resistance to hydrocarbon oils or solvents. Hydrazines are hazardous chemicals. See “Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials” by N. Irving Sax.
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Rubber, Ethylene-Propylene, Hydrazine Resistant

1999-07-01
HISTORICAL
AMSR83412
This specification covers three types of rubber having good resistance to high and low temperature and hydrazine type propellants, but poor resistance to hydrocarbon oils or solvents. Hydrazines are hazardous chemicals. See “Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials” by N. Irving Sax.
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