O-ring Weight Calculator

Calculating the weight of an O-ring involves a few factors, including its material, cross-sectional diameter, and diameter. The weight of an O-ring can be estimated using the following formula:

\[ \text{Weight (g)} = \pi \times \text{Cross-sectional diameter (mm)} \times \text{Diameter (mm)} \times \text{Density (g/cm}^3\text{)} \]

– \(\pi\) is the mathematical constant (approximately 3.14159)
– Cross-sectional diameter is the diameter of the O-ring’s cross-section (thickness)
– Diameter is the inner or outer diameter of the O-ring
– Density is the density of the O-ring material, which varies depending on the material used

To calculate the weight accurately, you’ll need to know the specific dimensions and material of the O-ring. Once you have this information, you can plug it into the formula to find the weight in grams.

Keep in mind that this formula provides an estimate and the actual weight may vary slightly due to factors like manufacturing tolerances and the exact composition of the material. If you have the density of the O-ring material, you can use it in the formula. Otherwise, you may need to consult with the manufacturer or supplier for the material’s density.

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