EPDM has outstanding resistance to aging, weathering, ozone, oxygen and many chemicals. Its high and low temperature stability as well as steam and water resistance is excellent.
Neoprene was the world's first synthetic elastomer with oil resistance and is still the primary choice in a number of applications, including automotive and construction. In the automotive world, Neoprene remains the choice for many underhood and underbody parts that require a reasonably priced, mid-performance polymer
NBR provides excellent resistance to petroleum oils and gasoline as well as mineral and vegetable oils. However, NBR has poor resistance to the swelling action of oxygenated solvents such as acetone and ketones. It has good resistance to acids and bases except those having strong oxidizing effects
Butyl rubber has exceptionally low gas and moisture permeability and outstanding resistance to heat aging, weather, ozone, chemical attack, flexing, abrasion and tearing.
Silicone rubber offers stability over a wide temperature range, resistance to harsh environments, and long lasting performance exceeding many organic elastomers. Silicone rubber offers incredible resistance to extreme temperatures, being able to operate normally from minus 100°C to plus 250°C
Electrical Insulation rubber mat is used in power rooms, control rooms where people work with high voltage electric line. Available in one side rib design and other side rough finish. Can also be supplied in both side rough finish. Every M2 of this mat is tested for specified voltage for working and test certificate issued accordingly.