Cellular Rubber Material
Resistance to compression and permanent deformation.
EPDM / SBR Cellular Rubber
The natural and/or synthetic rubber expansion together with spongy agents create the cellular rubber. The air cells encapsulated at the time of the manufacture give the cellular EPDM its characteristic sponginess.
This is a closed-cell material because its interior is not bonded (hermetic and tight).
Among cellular rubbers, there are two varieties with different properties: EPDM and SBR rubber.
Cellular rubber is used for sound insulation and vibration and can be used in virtually all areas of industry in order to seal, retain, insulate, or cushion.
Cellular rubber is also suitable for sealing gaskets for air, cold and hot water, dust, oils and greases, acids and dilution bases, UV rays, ozone, and can be supplied in metres or cut to size.
The standard cellular EPDM is black with a density of a 0.70 g/cm3.
|From value||To value|
|Density (Shore A)||0.4||0.9|
|Working temperature (ºC)||-30||100|
|Tolerance||ISO 3302-1996 (E) E AND L CLASS EXTRUSION / ISO 3302-1996 (E) M-CLASS CLASS MOULDING|
|Colours||Black or beige according to quantities|
|Applications||They can be used in virtually all areas of industry in order to seal, retain, insulate, or cushion|
|Format||These products can be supplied in metres, cut to the appropriate size from 6mm long or welded forming O-rings, and with the possibility of setting.|
|Deadline||The expected delivery time is 2 weeks.|