Internal combustion engines -- Piston rings

This document specifies the essential dimensions of coil-spring-loaded oil control rings made of steel, of piston ring types SOR (with R-shaped groove) and SOV (with V-shaped groove). This document applies to coil-spring-loaded oil control rings made of steel with a diameter from 60 mm up to and including 160 mm for reciprocating internal combustion engines. It can also be used for piston rings in compressors working under analogous conditions.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 6626-3
Second edition
2019-09
Internal combustion engines —
Piston rings —
Part 3:
Coil-spring-loaded oil control rings
made of steel
Moteurs à combustion interne — Segments de piston —
Partie 3: Segments racleurs régulateurs d'huile, en acier, mis en
charge par ressort hélicoïdal
Reference number
ISO 6626-3:2019(E)
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Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms, definitions and symbols ............................................................................................................................................................ 1

3.1 Symbols ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 Piston ring types and designation examples ........................................................................................................................... 2

4.1 Type SOR — Steel oil control rings with R-shaped groove ............................................................................... 2

4.1.1 General features and dimensions ...................................................................................................................... 2

4.1.2 Designation ........................................................................................................................................................................... 3

4.2 Type SOV — Steel oil control rings with V-shaped groove................................................................................ 3

4.2.1 General features and dimensions ...................................................................................................................... 3

4.2.2 Designation ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5 Common features ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4

5.1 Ring width h and radial wall thickness a ................................................................................................................... 4

1 1

5.2 Land width h ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.3 Land angle α, β ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.4 Land spacing B .................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.5 Slot sizes ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

5.6 Nitrided surface...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

5.7 PVD coating thickness of peripheral surface ................................................................................................................ 7

5.8 Nominal contact pressure and tangential force ......................................................................................................... 7

5.8.1 Nominal contact pressure ........................................................................................................................................ 7

5.8.2 Actual tangential force, F , and tolerance .................................................................................................... 8

5.8.3 Normalized tangential force, F ..........................................................................................................................

N 8

5.9 Tolerance of tangential force F ............................................................................................................................................... 8

6 Coil springs ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8

6.1 Types of coil spring ............................................................................................................................................................................. 8

6.2 Coil-spring excursion (extended gap) ..............................................................................................................................10

6.3 Position of coil spring gap and fixing ................................................................................................................................11

6.4 Material ......................................................................................................................................................................................................11

7 Type SOR ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................11

8 Type SOV ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................11

9 Dimensions ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................12

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................26

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Foreword

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This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 22, Road vehicles, Subcommittee SC 34,

Propulsion, powertrain and powertrain fluids.

This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 6266-3:2008), which has been technically

revised. The main changes compared to the previous edition are as follows:
— added subclause 5.8.2, Actual tangential force, F and tolerance;
— added subclause 5.8.3, Normalized tangential force, F ;
— added Table 9, Normalized tangential forces, F ;
— raised table numbers by one from Table 9 onward;
— made editorial changes to Table 16.

Any feedback or questions on this document should be directed to the user’s national standards body. A

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Introduction

ISO 6626 (all parts) is one of a series of International Standards dealing with piston rings for

reciprocating internal combustion engines. Others are ISO 6621 (all parts), ISO 6622 (all parts),

ISO 6623, ISO 6624 (all parts), ISO 6625 and ISO 6627 (see Clause 2 and Bibliography).

The common features and dimensional tables presented in this document constitute a broad range of

variables and, in selecting a particular ring type, the designer will bear in mind the conditions under

which it will be required to operate.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 6626-3:2019(E)
Internal combustion engines — Piston rings —
Part 3:
Coil-spring-loaded oil control rings made of steel
1 Scope

This document specifies the essential dimensions of coil-spring-loaded oil control rings made of steel,

of piston ring types SOR (with R-shaped groove) and SOV (with V-shaped groove).

This document applies to coil-spring-loaded oil control rings made of steel with a diameter from 60 mm

up to and including 160 mm for reciprocating internal combustion engines. It can also be used for piston

rings in compressors working under analogous conditions.
2 Normative references
There are no normative references in this document.
3 Terms, definitions and symbols
No terms and definitions are listed in this document.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https: //www .iso .org/obp
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3.1 Symbols
a radial wall thickness
a groove depth
a radial thickness over coil spring
a groove depth and bridge
a external land depth
B land spacing
c slot width
d nominal diameter (nominal bore diameter)
d coil-spring diameter
d coil-spring groove diameter for type SOR
f coil-spring excursion
F tangential force
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h ring width
h land width
p contact pressure
s closed gap
w slot length
w slot spacing
α land angle inside
β land angle outside
θ groove angle for type SOV

NOTE These symbols (including associated indices) are in accordance with the symbols used in

ISO 6621 (all parts), ISO 6622 (all parts), ISO 6623, ISO 6624 (all parts), ISO 6625, ISO 6627 and other parts of the

ISO 6626 series.
4 Piston ring types and designation examples
4.1 Type SOR — Steel oil control rings with R-shaped groove
4.1.1 General features and dimensions
Figure 1 shows the general features and dimensions of piston ring type SOR.
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Dimensions in millimetres
Key
1 reference plane
NOTE 1 For definitions of symbols, see Clause 3.

NOTE 2 For dimensions, see Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19.

Figure 1 — General features and dimensions of piston ring type SOR
4.1.2 Designation

EXAMPLE A coil-spring-loaded oil control ring with R-shaped groove (SOR), a radial wall thickness

class = small (S), of nominal diameter d = 100 mm (100), a nominal ring width h = 3 mm (3), a land width

1 1

h = 0,20 mm (0,20), made of steel MC65 (MC65), a nitrided depth of 0,030 mm min. (NT030), coil spring with

reduced heat set (WF), and variable pitch with coil diameter d ground (CSE), medium nominal contact pressure

p = 1,5 MPa (PN1,5):

Piston ring ISO 6626-3 SOR-S - 100 × 3 × 0,20 – MC65/NT030 WF CSE PN1,5

4.2 Type SOV — Steel oil control rings with V-shaped groove
4.2.1 General features and dimensions
Figure 2 shows the general features and dimensions of piston ring type SOV.
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Dimensions in millimetres
Key
1 reference plane
NOTE 1 For definitions of symbols, see Clause 3.
NOTE 2 For dimensions, see Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 13, 14, 20, 21 and 22.
Figure 2 — General features and dimensions of piston ring type SOV
4.2.2 Designation

EXAMPLE A coil-spring-loaded oil control ring with V-shaped groove (SOV), a radial wall thickness

class = small (S), V-shaped groove angle 40° (V40), of nominal diameter d = 100 mm (100), a nominal ring width

h = 3 mm (3), a land width h = 0,20 mm (0,20), made of steel MC65 (MC65), a nitrided depth of 0,030 mm min.

1 5

(NT030), coil spring with reduced heat set (WF), and constant pitch with coil diameter d ground (CSN), medium

nominal contact pressure p = 1,5 MPa (PN1,5):

Piston ring ISO 6626-3 SOV-S-V40 - 100 × 3 × 0,20 – MC65/NT030 WF CSN PN1,5

5 Common features
5.1 Ring width h and radial wall thickness a
1 1
Table 1 shows common features for ring width h and radial wall thickness a .
1 1
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Table 1 — Ring width h and radial wall thickness a
1 1
Dimensions in millimetres
Radial wall thickness
Ring width
a ±01, 5
1 Type
−00, 1
h =
10− ,03 Small Large
(Code: S) (Code: L)
1,5 1,5 to 1,8 — SOR
2,0 1,8 to 2,0 — SOR
2,5 1,8 to 2,0 — SOR
3,0 1,8 to 2,0 2,3 to 2,6 SOR and SOV
4,0 2,0 to 2,6 2,8 to 3,2 SOR and SOV
5.2 Land width h
Table 2 shows common features for land width h .
Table 2 — Land width h
Dimensions in millimetres
Land width
Ring width
h ± 00, 7
1,5 0,18 — —
2,0 0,20 — —
2,5 0,20 0,25 —
3,0 0,20 0,25 0,30
4,0 0,20 0,25 0,30
For diameters greater than 120 mm and ring width equal
to 4,0 mm, land width equal to 0,20 mm shall not be used.
5.3 Land angle α, β
Table 3 shows common features for land angle α, β.
Table 3 — Land angle α, β
Range of
Land angle Tolerance
nominal angle
inside α 5° to 20° ±5°
outside β 10° to 30° ±5°
Nominal angle subject to agreement between
manufacturer and customer.
5.4 Land spacing B
Table 4 shows common features for land spacing B .
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Table 4 — Land spacing B
Dimensions in millimetres
Ring width Land spacing
h B
1 3
1,5 0,90 to 1,00
2,0 1,25 to 1,45
2,5 1,35 to 1,75
3,0 1,45 to 2,10
4,0 1,80 to 3,20
B > (c + 0,95).
3 1
5.5 Slot sizes
Table 5 shows common features for slot sizes.
Table 5 — Standard slot sizes
Dimensions in millimetres
Ring width Slot width Slot length Slot spacing
h c w w
1 1 1 3
1,5 0,3 to 0,5 1,4 to 2,5 5 to 10
2,0 0,3 to 0,5 1,4 to 2,5 5 to 10
2,5 0,4 to 0,6 2,0 to 3,0 5 to 10
3,0 0,5 to 0,7 2,5 to 3,5 5 to 10
4,0 0,6 to 1,0 3,0 to 5,0 5 to 10
Slots may open into the gap faces (see Figure 3).
Figure 3 — Arrangement of slots
5.6 Nitrided surface
Table 6 shows common features for nitrided surfaces.
Table 6 — Nitrided case depth of peripheral surface and sideface
Dimensions in millimetres
Nitrided case depth
Code Peripheral surface Sideface
min. min.
NT010 0,010 0,005
It is not recommended for rings h = 1,5 mm.
It is not recommended for land width h ≤ 0,20 mm.
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Table 6 (continued)
Nitrided case depth
Code Peripheral surface Sideface
min. min.
NT030 0,030 0,010
NT050 0,050 0,015
It is not recommended for rings h = 1,5 mm.
It is not recommended for land width h ≤ 0,20 mm.
5.7 PVD coating thickness of peripheral surface
Table 7 shows PVD coating thickness of peripheral surface.
Table 7 — PVD coating thickness of peripheral surface
Dimensions in millimetres
PVD coating thickness
Code Peripheral surface
min.
PC001 0,001
PC003 0,003
PC005 0,005
PC010 0,010
PC020 0,020
Not typical for diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings.
5.8 Nominal contact pressure and tangential force
5.8.1 Nominal contact pressure
Table 8 shows common features for nominal contact pressure.
Table 8 — Nominal contact pressure classes
Nominal contact pressure
Ring width MPa
h Code Code Code Code
mm PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN2,5
1,5 1,0 1,5 — —
2,0 1,0 1,5 2,0 —
2,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 —
3,0 — 1,5 2,0 2,5
4,0 — 1,5 2,0 2,5
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5.8.2 Actual tangential force, F , and tolerance

The actual tangential force of a spring-loaded oil control ring can be calculated with the tabulated

normalized tangential force, F /d , given in Table 7, according to the required nominal contact pressure,

t 1
p , from the equation:
FF=⋅d
tN 1

The tolerance on F is the actual value F ± 20 %. Actual values of tangential force should be rounded up

t t
or down in accordance with ISO 6621-4.
5.8.3 Normalized tangential force, F
The normalized tangential force F is defined:
 F 
F =
 
 
For different nominal contact pressure, p , F is tabulated in Table 9.
0 N
Table 9 — Normalized tangential forces, F
Code 0,18 0,2 0,25 0,28 0,30 0,35 0,40 0,50 0,60 0,70 0,80 0,90 1,10 1,30 1,60

PN2,5 2,5 0,45 0,50 0,63 0,70 0,75 0,88 1,00 1,25 1,50 1,75 2,00 2,25 2,75 3,25 4,00

PN2,0 2,0 0,36 0,40 0,50 0,56 0,60 0,70 0,80 1,00 1,20 1,40 1,60 1,80 2,20 2,60 3,20

PN1,5 1,5 0,27 0,30 0,38 0,42 0,45 0,53 0,60 0,75 0,90 1,05 1,20 1,35 1,65 1,95 2,40

PN1,0 1,0 0,18 0,20 0,25 0,28 0,30 0,35 0,40 0,50 0,60 0,70 0,80 0,90 1,10 1,30 1,60

PN0,5 0,5 0,09 0,10 0,13 0,14 0,15 0,18 0,20 0,25 0,30 0,35 0,40 0,45 0,55 0,65 0,80

5.9 Tolerance of tangential force F
Table 10 shows common features for tangential force F , following Formula (1):
Fd=×hp× (1)
t 15 0
Table 10 — Tolerance of tangential force F
Tangential force
Tolerance
F < 20 ±4 N
F ≥ 20 ±20 %
6 Coil springs
6.1 Types of coil spring

6.1.1 All values in the dimensional tables are based on cylindrical coil springs made of round wire.

The three designs shown in Figures 4 to 7 are common.
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6.1.2 Figure 4 illustrates the design of type CSN coil spring with constant pitch.

Figure 4 — Type CSN coil spring

6.1.3 Figure 5 illustrates the design of type CSG coil spring with constant pitch (coil diameter d

ground).
Key
1 approx. 0,8 × d - diameter of wire
Figure 5 — Type CSG coil spring

6.1.4 Figure 6 illustrates the design of type CSE coil spring with variable pitch (coil diameter d

ground), and Figure 7 shows the position of the area with small pitch.
Key
1 approx. 0,8 × d - diameter of wire
Figure 6 — Type CSE coil spring
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Dimensions in millimetres
Key
1 spring gap
2 area with small pitch
Latch pin free length.
Latch pin fixed length.
Figure 7 — Position of area with small pitch

NOTE The use of different spring designs can be agreed between manufacturer and customer. Changed

spring groove configurations and dimensions can then be necessary.
6.2 Coil-spring excursion (extended gap)

Coil-spring excursion, f , is the distance between the ends of the ring gap, with unstressed ring,

measured in the middle of the spring groove (see Figure 8 and Table 11).
Figure 8 — Coil-spring excursion
Table 11 — Coil-spring excursion
Dimensions in millimetres
Coil-spring excursion
Nominal diameter
max.
60 ≤ d < 100 0,1 × d
1 1
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Table 11 (continued)
Coil-spring excursion
Nominal diameter
max.
100 ≤ d ≤ 160 0,12 × d
1 1
6.3 Position of coil spring gap and fixing

The spring gap shall be approximately 180° from the ring gap and the spring gap ends fixed with a

connecting or latch pin.
6.4 Material

Coil springs are made of materials as shown in ISO 6621-3, subclasses MC62 (valve spring wire), MC67

(stainless steel) and MC68 (piano wire).

Springs are available with two different heat set resistance levels (loss of tangential force under load

and temperature):
— standard heat resistance;
— reduced heat set, code WF.

The test conditions and the permissible loss of tangential forces are given in ISO 6621-5.

7 Type SOR

Table 12 gives the tolerance and calculation criteria on a , a , a , d , d and a for type SOR.

4 13 17 14 7 12

Table 12 — Tolerance and calculation criteria on a , a , a , d , d and a for type SOR

4 13 17 14 7 12
Dimensions in millimetres
Item Symbol Tolerance Calculation criteria
Groove depth a ±0,1 a = (0,35 to 0,6) × a − 0,2
4 4 1
Groove depth and bridge a ±0,1 a = a4 + (0,45 to 0,65)
13 13
External land depth a max. a = (0,1 to 0,3) × a
17 17 1
Coil-spring groove diameter d ±0,05 d = (0,65 to 0,85)
14 14
Coil-spring diameter d ±0,05 d = d – (0,1 to 0,4)
7 7 14
Radial thickness over coil spring a ±0,15 a = a + d
12 12 13 7
This value is to be determined between manufacturer and customer.
When h is 1,5 to 2,5, d = (0,75 to 0,85) × h .
1 14 1
8 Type SOV
8.1 The angle of inside groove, θ, is as follows:
40° ± 1° (code V40) or 45° ± 1° (code V45) ± 1° (angle to reference plane).
See Figure 2.
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8.2 Table 13 gives the tolerance and calculation criteria on a , a , a , d and a for type SOV.

4 13 17 7 12

Table 13 — Tolerance and calculation criteria on a , a , a , d and a for type SOV

4 13 17 7 12
Dimensions in millimetres
Item Symbol Tolerance Calculation criteria
Groove depth a ±0,1
4 aa=×03,,50 to 60− ,3
Groove depth and bridge a ±0,1
aa=+ ()04,,50 to 65
13 4
External land depth a max.
aa=×01,, to03
17 1
Coil-spring diameter d ±0,05
7 dh=×()06,, to08
1 d
 
Radial thickness over coil spring a ±0,15
12 aa=+ −+01,, to04 1 +×
12 4  
sinθ 2
 
This value is to be determined between manufacturer and customer.
9 Dimensions

The two cross-sections specified in this document (SOR and SOV) are applicable for different diameter

ranges. Table 14 provides a summary of the specifications given in Tables 15 to 22. The detailed

Tables 15 to 22 contain the recommended nominal tangential forces of all types and diameters shown

in Table 14.
Table 14 — Index of Tables 15 to 22
Dimensions in millimetres
Ring width Radial wall thickness Nominal diameter
Table Type
h a d
1 1 1
15 1,5 SOR-S 60 to 89
16 2,0 and 2,5 SOR-S 60 to 100
17 SOR 3,0 SOR-S and SOR-L 65 to 120
18 4,0 SOR-S and SOR-L 80 to 124
19 4,0 SOR-S and SOR-L 125 to 160
20 3,0 SOV-S and SOV-L 70 to 120
21 SOV 4,0 SOV-S and SOV-L 80 to 124
22 4,0 SOV-S and SOV-L 125 to 160
NOTE Codes S and L are described in Table 1.
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Table 15 — Recommended nominal tangential force of ring type SOR-S (h = 1,5 mm)
Recommended nominal
tangential force
Ring type SOR-S
Nominal Closed
diameter gap
−00, 1
h =15,
1 −00, 3
d s
1 1
mm mm
h = 0,18 ± 0,07
PN1,0 PN1,5
(1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa)
60 10,8 16,2
61 11 16,5
62 11,2 16,7
63 11,3 17
64 11,5 17,3
65 11,7 17,6
66 11,9 17,8
67 12,1 18,1
+02,
02,
0
68 12,2
69 12,4
70 12,6
71 12,8
72 13,0
73 13,1
74 13,3
75 13,5
76 13,7
77 13,9
78 14 —
79 14,2
80 14,4
81 14,6
+02,
02, 5
82 0 14,8
83 14,9
84 15,1
85 15,3
86 15,5
87 15,7
88 15,8
89 16
Diameters without value for tangential force are not recommended
for use.
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Table 16 — Recommended nominal tangential force of ring type SOR-S (h = 2,0 mm and

h = 2,5 mm)
Recommended nominal tangential force
Ring type SOR-S
Nominal Closed mm
diameter gap
−00, 1 −00, 1
d s
1 1 h =20, h =25,
10− ,03 10− ,03
mm mm
h = 0,2 ± 0,07 h = 0,2 ± 0,07 h = 0,25 ± 0,07
5 5 5
PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0

(1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa)

60 12 18 24 12 18 24 15 22,5 30
61 12,2 18,3 24,4 12,2 18,3 24,4 15,3 22,9 30,5
62 12,4 18,6 24,8 12,4 18,6 24,8 15,5 23,3 31
63 12,6 18,9 25,2 12,6 18,9 25,2 15,8 23,7 31,5
64 12,8 19,2 25,6 12,8 19,2 25,6 16 24 32
65 13 19,5 26 13 19,5 26 16,3 24,4 32,5
66 13,2 19,8 13,2 19,8 26,4 16,5 24,8 33
67 13,4 20,1 13,4 20,1 26,8 16,8 25,1 33,5
+02,
02,
68 13,6 20,4 13,6 20,4 27,2 17 25,5 34
0
69 13,8 20,7 13,8 20,7 27,6 17,3 25,9 34,5
70 14 21 — 14 21 28 17,5 26,3 35
71 14,2 21,3 14,2 21,3 28,4 17,8 26,6 35,5
72 14,4 21,6 14,4 21,6 28,8 18 27 36
73 14,6 21,9 14,6 21,9 29,2 18,3 27,4 36,5
74 14,8 22,2 14,8 22,2 29,6 18,5 27,8 37
75 15 22,5 15 22,5 30 18,8 28,1 37,5
76 15,2 22,8 15,2 22,8 30,4 19 28,5 38
77 15,4 23,1 15,4 23,1 30,8 19,3 28,9 38,5
78 15,6 23,4 15,6 23,4 31,2 19,5 29,3 39
79 15,8 23,7 15,8 23,7 31,6 19,8 29,6 39,5
80 16 24 16 24 32 20 30 40
81 16,2 24,3 16,2 24,3 32,4 20,3 30,4 40,5
+02,
02, 5
82 16,4 24,6 — 16,4 24,6 32,8 20,5 30,8 41
0
83 16,6 24,9 16,6 24,9 33,2 20,8 31,1 41,5
84 16,8 25,2 16,8 25,2 33,6 21 31,5 42
85 17 25,5 17 25,5 34 21,3 31,9 42,5
86 17,2 25,8 17,2 25,8 34,4 21,5 32,3
87 17,4 26,1 17,4 26,1 34,8 21,8 32,6 —
88 17,6 26,4 17,6 26,4 35,2 22 33
89 17,8 26,7 17,8 26,7 35,6 22,3 33,4
90 18 27 18 27 36 22,5 33,8
91 18,2 18,2 27,3 36,4 22,8 34,1
92 18,4 18,4 27,6 36,8 23 34,5
+02, 5
03,
93 18,6 18,6 27,9 37,2 23,3 34,9
0
94 18,8 18,8 28,2 37,6 23,5 35,3
95 19 19 28,5 38 23,8 35,6
96 19,2 28,8 38,4 24 36
97 19,4 29,1 38,8 24,3 36,4
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Table 16 (continued)
Recommended nominal tangential force
Ring type SOR-S
Nominal Closed mm
diameter gap
−00, 1 −00, 1
d s
1 1 h =20, h =25,
10− ,03 10− ,03
mm mm
h = 0,2 ± 0,07 h = 0,2 ± 0,07 h = 0,25 ± 0,07
5 5 5
PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN1,0 PN1,5 PN2,0

(1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (1,0 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa)

98 19,6 29,4 39,2 24,5 36,8
99 — 19,8 29,7 39,6 24,8 37,1 —
+02, 5
03,
100 — 20 30 40 25 37,5
0
101
102 —
103
104
105 — — — — —
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
+02, 5
03, 5
117 — — — — — — — — —
0
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
Diameters without value for tangential force are not recommended for use.
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Table 17 — Recommended nominal tangential force of ring type SOR-S and SOR-L (h = 3,0 mm)

Recommended nominal tangential force
Ring type SOR-S Ring type SOR-L
mm mm
Nominal Closed
diameter gap
−00, 1 −00, 1
d s
1 1 h =30, h =30,
10− ,03 10− ,03
mm mm
h = 0,2 ± 0,07 h = 0,25 ± 0,07 h = 0,2 ± 0,07 h = 0,25 ± 0,07
5 5 5 5
PN2,0
PN1,5 PN2,5 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN2,5 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN2,5 PN1,5 PN2,0 PN2,5
(2,0

(1,5 MPa) (2,5 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (2,5 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (2,5 MPa) (1,5 MPa) (2,0 MPa) (2,5MPa)

MPa)
62 — — — — — —
65 19,5
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