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Made-to-order special parts. Custom tooling fee and lead time apply. 
 

Our Government Cage Code is:  10464
Quality Assurance per: MIL-I-45208A
Packaging per: MIL-P-4861

Military Specification O-Rings need only NSN (National Stock Number) or the Military specification Prefix, plus the AS568 dash number (size).  No other description is needed to assure exact conformance to the specification. Certification and cure dates are automatically sent when required.

     AN (army navy),
     MS (military specification),
     NAS (national aerospace standard)
     AS (aerospace) numbers
 

Search All Military Specifications
 

Compounds are approved to nearly every military, aerospace, ASTM, SAE, automotive, petroleum industry and commercial specification. The most widely used specifications are the AN, M, MS and NAS specifications. This reference table is arranged by drawing number.

    Sealing   Recommended
Temp. Range
F
     
Drawing No. Specifications Static Dynamic Fluid Low High Elastomer Compound Comments
AN 123951
thru AN 124050
AMS 7270 x x Aircraft fuels -40 +302 Nitrile 4456-70 For use in aircraft fuels, both piston (gasoline) and jet (jet fuels) engines.
M25988/1 MIL-R-25988
Class 1, Grade 70
x x Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-70 +392 Fluorosilicone 1903-70 Blue color as required by MIL spec.Not recommended for high pressure dynamic applications.
M25988/2 MIL-R-25988
Class 3, Grade 75
x x Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-70 +437 Fluorosilicone 1904-75 Blue color as required by MIL spec. Higher modulus and higher temperature resistance than 1903-70.
M25988/3 MIL-R-25988
Class 1, Grade 60
x x Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-70 +392 Fluorosilicone 1902-60 Blue color as required by MIL spec. Lower durometer than 1903-70. For low pressure applications.
M25988/4 MIL-R-25988
Class 1, Grade 80
x x Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-70 +392 Fluorosilicone 1905-80 Blue color as required by MIL spec. Higher durometer than 1903-70.
M83248/1 MIL-R-83248
Class 1
x x Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-20 +400 Fluorocarbon 9009-75 Excellent resistance to compression set.
M83248/2 MIL-R-83248
Class 2
x x Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-20 +400 Fluorocarbon 9009-90 Higher durometer than 9009-75.
M83461/1A MIL-P-83461 x x MIL-H-5606 -65 +275 Nitrile 4367-70 Better dynamic performance and longer service life at 257F than 4067-70.
AS3578 AMS 7271 x   Aircraft fuels -58 +257 Nitrile 4465-65 This drawing cover tube fitting sizes only.
AS3578 x x Aircraft fuels -58 +257 Nitrile 4465-65 Not recommended for high pressure dynamic applications.
AS3582 AMS 3304 x x Dry heat and petroleum
based lube oils
-85 +400 Silicone 1235-70 Not recommended for high pressure dynamic applications.
MS9385 AMS 7267 x   Dry heat and petroleum
based lube oils
-85 +500 Silicone 1373-70 This drawing cover tube fitting sizes only.
MS9386 x x -85 +500 Silicone 1373-70 This drawing covers all sizes except the tube fitting sizes.
MS9387 AMS 7278 x   Aircraft fuels and
lubricants
-20 +400 Fluorocarbon 9009-75 This drawing cover tube fitting sizes only.
MS28775 MIL-P-25732 x x MIL-H-5606 -65 +275 Nitrile 4067-70 MIL-H-5606 is the petroleum base hydraulic fluid used in military aircraft (inactive for new designs. see M 83461/1A)
MS28900 AMS 3209 x   Ozone -40 +212 Neoprene 3110-70 For weather resistant seals. (Non-standard sizes)
MS29512 MIL-P-5315 x   Aircraft fuels -65 +158 Nitrile 0457-60 This drawing cover tube fitting sizes only.
MS29513 x x Aircraft fuels -65 +158 Nitrile 0457-60 This drawing covers all sizes except the tube fitting sizes.
NAS617 MIL-R-7362,
Type 1
x x Synthetic diester jet engine
lubricants (MIL-L-7808)
-65 +257 Nitrile 4043-70 This drawing cover tube fitting sizes only.
NAS1611 NAS 1613,
REV2 or REV4
x x Phosphate ester hydraulic
fluid (Skydrol)
-65 +250 Ethylene
Propylene
  This drawing covers all sizes except tube fitting sizes. Inactive for new design.
NAS1612 NAS 1613,
REV2 or REV4
x   -65 +250 Ethylene
Propylene
  This drawing covers tube fitting sizes only. Inactive for new design.
ABBREVIATIONS USED ABOVE: AMS--Aerospace Material Specification, AN--Army/navy; ASTM --American Society for Testing and Materials; M--Military; MS--Military Standard; NAS--National Aerospace Standard; SAE--Society of Automotive Engineers

 

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This is a photo of LAV (Light Armor Vehicle) Memorial in Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, California. Camp Pendleton houses SOI (School of Infantry) which owns LAV training. Our custom molded rubber components are being used in LAV. 

If you are in the market for the ultimate RV, this is it. It only costs around $2.5 million from General Dynamics. It weighs about 38,000 lbs, carries 11 people and 4 days worth of their stuff, climbs over 2 feet tall obstacles or 60% incline, goes 60+mph, has run-flat tires on 4x8 or 8x8, can go upto 300 miles in a single fill up, can be fitted with slat armor, it is IED proof, fits in C-130, C-5 or C-17. They can be flown in anywhere in the world with only 3 days lead time.

C-130 and Decoy Flares

Another cool thing at Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton is rows and rows of aircrafts in Navy/Marine flat gray. The official photo and video are of a couple of Marine Corps KC-130 firing off their countermeasures, airborne infra red decoy flares. The flares are used to confused the heat seeking Surface-to-Air Missiles.  We are proud to know that the US Marine Corps is an end-user of our molded rubber component used in countermeasure flares. (Photo by Lance Corporal Andrew Z. Williams, Navy NewsStand - Eye on the fleet)

Super Cobra and Hellfire Missiles

This is a photo of AH1W Supercobra (whisky cobra) and a pod of hellfire missiles.  Camp Pendleton is the current home of Marine Aircraft Group 39 which was activated in Quang Tri airfield, Republic of Vietnam in chaos of war. No matter where you are on the base, we can hear the cobras on the way to and from aviation target range. Every 5 minutes or so there would be a hellfire launch with an unmistakable hollow "wump" sound as it tears a hole in the air and whips it around into a vortex on its way to an armored target. The Cobras are made by Bell Textron, and hellfires are made by Lockheed Martin. We are proud to know that the US Marine Corps is an end-user of our molded rubber component.

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