As the temperatures and pressures in exploration and completion environments become more extreme, the stress placed on the tools that enable these applications dramatically increase. From fluid-filled wireline tools and motors stored and utilized in arctic temperatures to drilling equipment operated in the near freezing conditions of deepwater drilling, the oilfield industry requires
a sealing solution that can withstand these increasingly harsh situations. Greene, Tweed’s Chemraz® 564 LT (80 durometer) and Chemraz 566 LT (90 durometer) deliver exceptional performance in severe low temperatures – maintaining excellent sealing integrity at high pressures and in temperatures as low as -40°F (-40°C).
Chemraz 564 LT and Chemraz 566 LT deliver the same exceptional chemical resistance as our other market-leading compounds along with a wide temperature range of -40°F to 445°F (-40°C to 230°C). These new materials also provide excellent compression set and thermal shock resistance, allowing these seals to be utilized in a wide variety of industry applications. In addition, the materials allow for greater flexibility in tooling due to a comparable shrink rate with our other high-performance sealing solutions.
O-rings, G-T® Rings, GTLTM Rings and other sealing elements used in: