|Shape||Round, oval, irregular, etc., accept foreign molds, and support customized molds|
|Color||Black, gray, etc. according to customer requirements|
|Surface treament||Smooth, frosted, undercut, etc. according to customer requirements|
|Edge design||High-pressure strip, texture, reverse concave edge, notch, punching, etc. according to customer requirements|
Nitrile -butadiene rubber (also known as NBR rubber) was developed during the 1930s. It is fabricated through the co-polymerization of acrylonitrile (ACN) (polar building block) and 1.3-butadine (nonpolar building block). It is the seal industry’s most widely used and economical elastomer. This is partly because it displays excellent resistance to petroleum-based oils, fuels, water, alcohols, silicone greases and hydraulic fluids. Nitrile has a temperature range of between -54 and +149 degrees Celsius and has a good balance of desirable properties like low compression set, high abrasion resistance and high tensile strength.
Port: Shen Zhen/Guang Zhou/Ning Bo/Shang Hai
Package:Export Standard Unified Carton Packaging.
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Q1: Can you make OEM/ODM or custom order?
Answer 1: We welcome OEM/ODM or customized product list.
Q2: What is the packaging of your products?
Answer 2: The packaging method is based on the cartons uniformly used by the company, and special packaging will be charged separately.
Q3: Can I get samples from you for testing?
Answer 3: Customers are welcome to take samples for testing. Our company supports free samples of existing models. You only need to bear the freight.
Q4: What are the terms of payment?
Answer 4: 30% T/T deposit, 70% T/T balance payment before delivery. If there is special need, it can be negotiated.
Q5: Can I visit your factory?
Answer 5: 1. In the epidemic environment, our company provides remote online factory detection service. Please contact our business. 2. Welcome to visit the company for field inspection. Please make an appointment in advance before the investigation, so as not to delay your schedule.