Oil resistance and durability.
It is a type of synthetic rubber, known as nitrile or NBR rubber. Its main feature is its oil resistance, and it also has good mechanical properties such as traction, compression, bending, or gas tightness. It offers a good adhesion to steel and a moderate ageing.
NBR rubber is not recommended for chlorinated hydrocarbons, acetones and other oxidising agents.
The combination of nitrile rubber with PVC improves its poor resistance to ozone and weathering and enables it to be applied outdoors.
Applications of this type of rubber: manufacture of seals such as sealing gaskets or O-rings.
The standard NBR rubber is black with 70 Shore A hardness.
|From value||To value|
|Density (Shore A)||60||80|
|Working temperature (ºC)||-40||100|
|Tolerance||ISO 3302-1996 (E) E AND L CLASS EXTRUSION / ISO 3302-1996 (E) M-CLASS CLASS MOULDING|
|Applications||Automotive in petrol conduction tubes, gaskets and seals and in general everything that is in permanent contact with oils.|
|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.|