A rubber V-seal is a type of seal that is commonly used to prevent the leakage of fluids or gases in various applications. It is a flexible seal made from rubber or other elastomeric materials and is shaped like the letter V when viewed in cross-section.

The design of the V-seal allows it to provide a tight and effective seal even under high pressure or vacuum conditions. The pointed tip of the V-seal is designed to compress against the surface it is sealing against, while the two legs of the V-seal help to maintain the seal by creating a tight fit.

V-seals are commonly used in applications such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems, where they help to prevent the leakage of fluids or gases from the system. They are also used in automotive and industrial applications, such as sealing shafts and bearings.

V-seals are available in a range of sizes and materials, including nitrile, silicone, Viton, and EPDM. The material used for the V-seal is chosen based on the specific requirements of the application, such as temperature, pressure, and chemical resistance.

Overall, rubber V-seals are a reliable and cost-effective solution for sealing applications where a high degree of tightness and effectiveness is required.

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