SBR is a copolymer of styrene and butadiene and has properties similar to Natural Rubber. It has good abrasion resistance, excellent impact strength, very good resilience and a high tensile strength. The temperature range of SBR is -40˚F to 180˚F. SBR can be compounded for use as lining rubber, conveyor belt covers and other extremely demanding applications.
Rubber Insertion Sheets or popularly known as Diaphragm Rubber Sheets are Fabric reinforced Rubber Sheets. 1, 2 or more layer of fabric are being inserted in Rubber Sheets this reinforcement could be of either Nylon, cotton fabric this provides strength to the Sheets. Nylon Fabric Reinforced Nitrile Rubber Sheets are widely used as Diaphragms for Oil, LPG, Solvents & Gases resistant application in Automobile & other Industries.
FKM rubber sheet, also known as fluoroelastomer rubber. It’s commonly known by its brand name Viton, a registered trademark of DuPont. FKM Viton brown and black rubber is well known for its excellent (400°F/200°C) heat resistance and offers excellent resistance to aggressive fuels and chemicals. It is commonly used in o-rings and other sealing applications and it’s popular in the automotive industry.
Nitrile rubber sheeting (NBR) is a synthetic material that is used in a wide range of applications due to its resistance to most petroleum based fluids, oils and greases. Nitrile offers moderate mechanical properties and has satisfactory resistance to aromatic hydrocarbons, but is not suitable for use with ketones.
Silicone rubber can withstand a wider range of temperature extremes than nearly all other elastomers, remaining viable from -80°F to +450°F. Silicone has excellent temperature range and good compression set. Silicone can withstand many extreme environments and is inherently a fungus resistant material. It can resist water and many chemicals, including some acids, oxidizing chemicals and ammonia.
Neoprene rubber is a highly resistant material and is used for a variety of outdoor and marine applications. Also known as polychloroprene and invented by DuPont in 1931, it is produced by the polymerization of chloroprene. Neoprene rubber resists degradation more than natural or synthetic rubber. The material has good chemical stability and is flexible over a wide range of temperatures.