Flat sheets of rubber, made from various types of material, is versatile and can conform to one’s application. Examples of rubber sheeting we supply:
Type of Rubber Sheeting
Definition and Uses
Natural Rubber / SBR
Excellent mechanical properties making it particularly appreciated in environments subject to heavy wear due to friction or where constantly exposed to impact or direct contact with abrasive elements. As a result, it is commonly used in the mining industry and in industrial environments subject to high abrasion where materials guaranteeing a long working life and optimum efficiency are required.
One of the most versatile types of rubber sheeting and is most suitable for outdoor applications. It is highly resistant to ageing, even when exposed to the most aggressive external conditions: UV rays, ozone and extreme weather conditions. EPDM maintains its properties even when subjected to a wide range of temperature differences. As a result, is consistently used in general industry and in construction, automotive, marine and outdoor applications.
Specially formulated to prevent oil attack, meaning its mechanical properties remain intact with oils and grease. We have manufactured to withstand contact with industrial oils, hydrocarbons, kerosene and high temperatures. These materials are mainly used in the manufacture of seals and other elements for industrial environments, in food processing and health industries, and in special applications for transformer oils for electrical installations and equipment.
Materials and articles to intended come into contact with food. It offers better mechanical properties, with better tensile strength, elongation and tear resistance. Excellent temperature range.
Known either as fluoroelastomer or FKM, is highly appreciated for the most demanding industrial applications as it has the highest resistance to hydrocarbons, acids, alkalis and even oxidants, and its mechanical properties remain intact at temperatures of up to 250°. There is a demand for it in heavy industries such as oil and petroleum refineries, steel works and chemical plants and industries with special requirements such as the food industry.
A layer of material, usually fabric, added to improve the mechanical properties of rubber sheeting such as increased tensile strength and reduced elongation.
A high-grade general-purpose material with broad applications in oil and petrol service such as fuel pumps, control valves and similar uses. It is a strong and flexible packing material designed to transmit pulsating motions between fluids, gases and air in all types of gauges, meters and valves. It contains high quality fabric insertion to give uniform structural strength over the entire diaphragm area.
A group of synthetic rubbers that are basically copolymers and isoprene. This rubber is especially permeable to gases and resistant to abrasion and tearing.
A specially certified grade of rubber approved for use in food manufacturing and packaging. It is also odorless and tasteless meaning it will not affect the quality and properties of food. It is a tough and reliable material with a long-life span.
A versatile natural material used in a variety of products, applications and is cost effective, resilient and abrasion resistant. It is also resistant to most acids, salts, ammonia and alkalis chemicals and is pliable, formable, soft and flexible.
High Grade Abrasive / Linatex
Natural rubber that exhibits outstanding resilience, strength and resistance to cutting, tearing and abrasion. Resistance to wide range of chemicals.