Low temperature FKM (fluoroelastomer) is a type of synthetic rubber that is specifically designed to maintain its flexibility and performance at extremely low temperatures. This material has a wide range of applications, including in the aerospace, automotive, and oil and gas industries.

FKM is a type of elastomer material that is known for its excellent heat and chemical resistance. It is used in a variety of high-performance applications, such as seals, gaskets, and hoses. However, traditional FKM materials have limited flexibility at low temperatures, which can cause them to crack and fail in cold environments.

Low temperature FKM materials are designed to overcome this limitation by maintaining their flexibility at temperatures as low as -40°C (-40°F). This makes them ideal for use in applications where exposure to extreme cold is common, such as in aerospace and automotive applications.

Low temperature FKM materials are typically made by modifying the polymer structure of traditional FKM materials. This modification allows the material to maintain its flexibility at low temperatures without sacrificing its other properties, such as heat and chemical resistance.