Folsoml wrote:GeorgeSweety wrote:"Nitrile rubber (NBR), also called nitrile-butadiene rubber, an oil-resistant synthetic rubber produced from a copolymer of acrylonitrile and butadiene. Its main applications are in fuel hoses, gaskets, rollers, and other products in which oil resistance is required."
There are probably other types of oil and fuel resistant rubber out there but I'd just stick to "Nitrile" and "Fuel Resistant" for terminology as most sellers probably haven't got a degree in chemistry
So you don't know about electrical thingies, but you seem to now a little about nitrile.
No mate, but I do know how to copy and paste from the interwebby