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Precix Compounds Designed for Flex Fuel* Service

Precix Compound Duro Color Typical Temperature Range - deg C (F) Specifications/Comments
F67 60 Black -32 to 250 (-25 to 482) GFLT® Type
F99 65 Green -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) GF® Type (HF – high fluorine), GM6268M Type IV
F56 70 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) GF® Type (HF – high fluorine)
F86 75 Green -22 to 250 (-8 to 482)
GF® Type (HF – high fluorine), Ford WSAM2D401A8, GM/Opel 6268 & 6269M Type III, BMW 602 00.0 55.05/FPM-65-M, ultra low permeation, UL Approved

Ethanol Tech Report
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Flex Fuel (E85) Tech Report
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F73 75 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) GF® Type (HF - high fluorine), DCX Approved
F78 75 Black -32 to 250 (-25 to 482) GFLT® Type, Ford WSAM2D401A5, GM6269M Type I, UL Approved
F77 75 Gray -32 to 250 (-25 to 482) GFLT® Type, Ford WSAM2D401A5
F05 75 Blue -40 to 250 (-40 to 482) GLT® Type, Delphi M54453, BMW GS 93010 5516-FPM-70-M
F103 75 Black -40 to 250 (-40 to 482) True -40 TR-10 FKM
F65 75 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) FKME: "Viton® Extreme" - bridge b/w FKM and FFKM
F98 80 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) Semi-conductive using Nanotube technology - volume resistivity (ohm-cm) 10^1 - 10^3
F100 80 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) Enhanced Semi-conductive using Nanotube technology - volume resistivity under 5 ohm-cm typical
F35 80 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) GF® Type (HF – high fluorine)
F85 85 Black -32 to 250 (-25 to 482) GFLT® Type
F87 85 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) Semi-conductive - volume resistivity (ohm-cm) 10^1 - 10^3
F92 91 Black -22 to 250 (-8 to 482) Explosive Decompression Resistant, High Fluorine (HF)
G17 75 Yellow - 60 to 200 (-76 to 392) GM6268 & 6269M Type II, BMW GS 93010 5519-FMQ-75-M , Volkswagen/Audi 2.8.1.A, Ford WSA-M2D401-A6

Flex Fuel (E85) Tech Report
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* Notes:        
Flex fuel is fuel containing ethanol.  MTBE and methanol were also used, but have been all but phased out as of now.  

* Notes:
Flex fuel is fuel containing ethanol. MTBE and methanol were also used, but have been all but phased out as of now.
A common, up and coming name for flex fuel is E85 (85% ethanol, 15% Fuel C).
Biobutanol has recently been in the news as BP and DuPont are forming a partnership to develop this fuel described as “an advanced biofuel similar to ethanol but easier to integrate into existing fuel supplies.” The properties and functionality of the compounds listed above in biobutanol are similar to that of E85: products on the list above are fine to use in biobutanol applications. Further test data to follow.

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