|APPLICATIONS||Gaskets, Seals, Coverings, Pipe Lining, Tank Lining mostly in food & pharmaceuticals industry.|
|SPECIFIC GRAVITY||1.35 to 1.50 g/cc|
|HARDNESS||65 +/-5 Shore A|
|TENSILE STRENGTH||6.0 to 7.0 MPa|
|TEMPERATURE||-20 to +130 Degree C|
|Polymer Selection Guide|
|NR||For wet & dry organic acids & alcohol.|
|NBR||Commonly used in food & drinks stuffs containing oils, fats & greases.|
|EPDM||For high temp.& outdoor food industry requirements.|
|CR||For high abrasion application with resistance to fats & oils.|
Industrial rubber sheets are typically made of Synthetic Rubber, such as Neoprene (CR), Nitrile (NBR), or EPDM. They may also be made of natural rubber, which is derived from the rubber tree.
Industrial rubber sheets are used for a variety of applications, including sealing, gasketing, and weatherstripping. They are also used as flooring in commercial and industrial settings, as well as in the automotive and aerospace industries.
Industrial rubber sheets are made through a process called vulcanization, which involves heating and curing rubber with chemicals. The rubber is first mixed with other ingredients, such as fillers and curing agents, and then placed in a mold or on a sheet of material. The rubber is then heated and cured to create the final product.
There are several types of Industrial Rubber Sheets, including Neoprene Rubber Sheet, Nitrile Rubber Sheet, EPDM Rubber Sheet, Natural Rubber Sheet, Butyl Rubber Sheet, Viton Rubber Sheet, Hypalon Rubber Sheet, Abrasion Resistant Shot Blasting Rubber Sheet, Silicone Rubber Sheet, etc. Each type has its own unique properties and is best suited for certain applications. We can also customize the same with fabric ply insertion when required in some cases
Yes, industrial rubber sheets can be recycled. Rubber can be ground up and reused in a variety of applications, including in the production of new rubber products.