Resistance to water, vapour, ozone and UV rays.
ETHYLENE-PROPYLENE-DIENE RUBBER (EPDM)
EPDM rubber is a type of synthetic rubber used for a wide range of applications such as automotive, construction, industrial gaskets, etc.
EPDM rubber membranes are highly resistant to sudden changes in temperature, ageing, ozone and numerous corrosive chemicals. Also resistant to many acids, alkalis, detergents, ketones, alcohols and glycols, and high chemical properties.
In addition, with EPDM rubber, formulations can be obtained with high levels of electrical insulation, medium-grade fireproofing or that allow contact with drinking water.
The standard EPDM rubber is black with 65 Shore hardness.
|From value||To value|
|Density (Shore A)||50||85*|
|Working temperature (ºC)||-45||120|
|Tolerance||ISO 3302-1996 (E) E AND L CLASS EXTRUSION / ISO 3302-1996 (E) M-CLASS CLASS MOULDING|
|Colours||Black, white or grey with minimum orders of 100kg.|
|Applications||Automotive, construction, electrical sector, industrial gaskets, pipes, supplies, etc.|
|Format||These products can be supplied in metres, cut to the appropriate size from 3mm long or welded forming O-rings, and with the possibility of setting.|
|Deadline||TThe expected delivery time is 2 weeks.|