Polyacrylate Rubber - ACM
Polyacrylate Rubber (ACM) has good resistance at normal and elevated temperatures to oil and oxygen. ACM has excellent ozone and weathering resistance.
The outstanding property of Polyacrylate rubber is its resistance to hot oil and to oxidation. It is suitable for continuous use at temperatures up to 150C, and intermittent exposure up to about 180C. This is provided if it is not exposed to water or moisture - to which it has poor resistance. It is generally not suitable for use much below -10C and has poor resistance to acids and bases. It has only modest dynamic properties and rather poor compression set. Polyacrylate rubber is widely used in automotive transmissions and hoses.
General uses: O-rings, gaskets, seals.
While the technical information and suggestions for use contained herein are believed to be accurate and reliable, nothing stated in this bulletin is to be taken as a warranty either expressed or implied. It is the user's responsibility to determine suitability and fitness of application, preferably through independent prototype testing and field evaluation programs by users. There is no warranty of merchantability or fitness for use, nor any other warranty either expressed or implied.