AMS-P83461 - This specification covers O-ring packings for use with petroleum based hydraulic fluids conforming to MIL-H-5606 and MIL-H-83282 over the temperature range of -65° to 275°F (-54° to 135°C). This material gives improved high temperature performance over materials conforming to MIL-P-25732.
MIL-P-25732 - This specification covers O-ring packings for use with petroleum based hydraulic fluids conforming to MIL-H-5606 and MIL-H-83282 over the temperature range of -65 Deg. to 275 Deg. F (-54 Deg. to 135 Deg. C).
AMS-P-5315 - This specification covers an acrylonitrile-butadiene (NBR) rubber in the manufacture of molded seals. These products have been used typically at temperatures from -65 °F (-54 °C) to +180 °F (+82 °C). where resistance to fuel is required, but usage is not limited to such applications. Each application should be considered individually.
AMS-R-7362 - This specification covers two types of synthetic rubber for use where resistance to diester synthetic oils is required.
AMS7272 - These products have been used typically as sealing rings in contact with diester synthetic lubricants in service up 275 °F (135 °C), but usage is not limited to such applications. These products may not be suitable for use in high temperature stabilized, "HTS", engine oils (those conforming to MIL-PRF-23699 Class HTS, MIL-PRF-7808 Grade 4 and AS5780 Class HPC). The cross-section of such rings is usually not over 0.275 inch (6.98 mm) in diameter or thickness.
AMS-P-5510 - O-rings covered by this specification are intended for use in aircraft Type I hydraulic systems (-65 to 160 °F) to seal standard fitting of the AS4395 and AS5202 bosses as indicated in MS21344.
AMS 7270 - For use in aircraft fuels, both piston (gasoline) and jet (jet fuels) engines conforming to
AMS7271 - This material type has shown to exhibit resistance to both aromatic as well as non-aromatic fuels and has a typical service temperature range of -67 to 212 °F (-55 to 100 °C) with intermittent usage up to 257 °F (125 °C). The service temperature range of the material is a general temperature range, but the presence of particular fluids and design requirements may modify this range. Each application should be considered separately. It is the responsibility of the user to determine that this specification is appropriate for the environments (temperature range, fluids exposure, etc.) in which it is sought to be used.
AMS3220 - Primarily for packing and sealing joints which come in contact with aircraft fuels, hot petroleum-base lubricating oils, and ethylene glycol from -20 to +220 °F (-29 to +104 °C) This material has fair resistance to all fluids listed. Where better resistance to a particular fluid is required, use the AMS for material compounded specifically for good resistance to that fluid.