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Gaskets - cut - Abrasion Resist
Most abrasion resistant materials are composed of SBR, natural rubber or a combination of each. These special service materials are compounded specifically to provide greater wear and tear resistance.
Gaskets - cut - EPDM   View Specifications
EPDM stands for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer. Engineering specifications describe EPDM as "Ideal for outdoor applications because of its excellent resistance to ultra-violet light, ozone, oxidants, and severe weather conditions."
Stays flexible in temperatures from -40 Fahrenheit to 175 Fahrenheit making it easy to install all year round. Unlike other liner materials, it does not contain plasticizers that could make it become brittle with age and cause cracks or splits in the material; threatening aquatic life.
EPDM's flexibility provides more versatility in numerous designs. Unlike preformed liners, it can be easily shaped to fit the unique contours of... more»
Gaskets - cut - General Purpose Rubber
If your application requires exposure to severe weathering conditions, ozone and sunlight General Purpose Rubber is most suitable.
It offers moderate resistance to many types of oils (except halogenated and aromatic hydrocarbons) and greases and waxes.
Gaskets - cut - Gum Stock   View Specifications
Water, air and average concentration bases, alcohols and salts. Adhesion to metals is excellent and ketones are abrasion resistant.
Gaskets - cut - Insertion Rubber   View Specifications
This rubber product is made of natural rubber with a cloth inner liner, giving the product higher tear strength than ordinary rubber sheeting. Insertion Rubber is used for a variety of applications including matting, packing, gaskets dust curtains and mud flaps.
Nitrile Insertion rubber is used for some gasket and diaphragm applications.
Gaskets - cut - Neoprene   View Specifications
One of the earliest of the synthetic materials to be developed as an oil resistant substitute for Natural Rubber, Neoprene is a homopolymer of chloroprene (chlorobutadiene).
Temperature Range: Standard Compound: 45 F to +250 F. (Dry Heat Only)
Hardness (Shore A): 40 to 90.
Features: Neoprene can be used in innumerable sealing applications, due to its broad base of such desirable working properties as: moderate resistance to petroleum oils; good resistance to ozone, sunlight and oxygen aging; relatively low compression set; good resilience; and reasonable production cost.
Due to its excellent resistance to  Ammonia, Neoprene is also widely accepted as... more»
Gaskets - cut - Nitrile   View Specifications
Nitrile rubber, or Buna-N,is a synthetic rubber copolymer of acrylonitrile (CAN) and butadiene.  This copolymer of butadiene and acrylonitrile is recommended when excellent resistance to petroleum oils and gasoline is required.  Solvent resistance increases and low temperature flexibility decreases in basic polymers with higher acrylonitrile content. Low temperature resistance is inferior to natural rubber, but NBR can be compounded to give adequate performance in this area.
Gaskets - cut - Red Neoprene   View Specifications
Red Neoprene is general purpose neoprene sheeting.  A good temperature, oil and a wide range of chemical resistance for use as flange gaskets, scraper curtains, mats, sleeves and linings.
Gaskets - cut - Velemoid/Flexoid   View Specifications
Premium quality cellulose fibre impregnated with a glue/glycerine composition.  Excellent oil and fuel resistance. 
Available in roll or sheet form over a wide range of thicknesses.
Gaskets - cut - Viton   View Specifications
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