Viton™ is the most chemical resistant of all rubbers and it protects against toxic and highly corrosive chemicals. Viton™ provides improved system durability in extreme temperatures for fuels, oils, transmission fluids, and acid condensates. Viton™ can help extend maintenance intervals and help protect against seal failure. The long-term value, higher durability and quality make the initial investment a sound business decision.


Viton™ has delivered sealing at high temperatures in aggressive fluids for jet engines, thereby ensuring reliability, and can serve continuously at 400°F even after excursions to 600°F. It can also withstand compression at temperatures that would alter other materials


Viton™ Rubber Capabilities

Our team at CFS have the expertise and skills to provide custom molding and extrusions to meet your Viton™ rubber molded part needs. Whether you need help prototyping and designing a part or already have a working blueprint, we ensure that you will have a finished product of quality and on time.

The heat-resistant properties far outlast nitrile rubber and other general-purpose elastomers. Its reliability can allow extended service intervals, and help stretch maintenance budgets by reducing unscheduled downtime across many industries, including:

  • Aircraft and aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Chemical processing and transportation
  • Oil and gas exploration and production
  • Petroleum refining and transportation

Custom Viton™ Rubber Parts

Major uses include bonded seals, radial lip seals, caulks, coatings, vibration dampeners, expansion joints, gaskets, O-rings, piston seals, custom shapes, and stock rods and sheets.

CFS uses custom molding and extruding machinery to bring the best in quality custom Viton™ rubber part solutions. Common custom Viton™ rubber parts include

  • Bonded seals
  • Caulks
  • Coatings
  • Expansion joints
  • Gaskets
  • Piston seals
  • Radial lip seals
  • Vibration dampeners

To learn more about our custom extrusions and molding using Viton™, please Contact Us today.