Rubber is elastic and water-resistant; it can be formulated to trap air and not conduct electricity.

Natural rubber is unaffected by the corrosive action of most common chemicals and can be bonded firmly to metal as well as textiles.

It has a large stretch ratio, with superior shock absorbing properties, and is extremely waterproof.

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  • Buna-N

    Buna-N also known as nitrile, is a synthetic rubber coplolymer.
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  • Cloth Inserted

    Cloth Inserted is abrasion and impact resistant material suited for demanding applications. The fabric inserted reduces tearing. - .031 - .250 thick
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  • EPDM

    EPDM provides superior properties for outdoor and high temperature applications. EPDM has excellent resistance to heat, ozone and sunlight and good resistance to alkalis, acids and oxygenated solvents. It has very good temperature flexibility and superior resistance to water and steam. It is highly extendible and is sulfur and peroxide curable.
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  • Masticated

    A process in which a product is ground or crushed to reduce to mix or combine with other products
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  • Neoprene

    Neoprene is a polymer that provides moderate oil and gasoline resistance, very good resistance to ozone and sunlight, excellent adhesion to fabric and metals, good resistance to abrasion and flex cracking and very good resistance to alkalis and acids. - .031 - .250 thick
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  • Nitrile

    Nitrile is the polymer of choice for applications requiring oil and solvent resistance. Nitrile has very good oil and gasoline resistance, superior resistance to petroleum-based hydraulic fluids, a wide range of service temperatures, good resistance to hydrocarbon solvents, and very good resistance to alkalis and acids. - .031 - .250 thick
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  • Santoprene

    Santoprene is a cross link between EPDM and polypropylene, due to the longer life in hot and cold environments, it is sometimes preferred over natural rubber
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  • SBR

    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° to + 180°.
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  • Silicone

    Silicone rubber can withstand a wider range of temperature extremes than nearly all other elastomers, remaining viable from -80° to + 450°.  Silicone has excellent compression set.  It can withstand many extreme environments and is inherently a fungus resistant material. Silicone can resist water and many chemicals, including some acids, oxidizing chemicals and ammonia. - .031 - .250 thick
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