Rubber


Butyl Rubber
  • Butyl Rubber (IIR) has very low permeability rate, good electrical properties,resistance to weathering & ozone
  • Temperature : -40oC to 120oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Hot Water, Steam, Ozone, Ageing, & Weather Resistance,Silicon Oil & Grease
Polytetrafluoroethylene
  • PTFE exhibits outstanding chemical resistance to the harshest media
  • Non flammable, inert, self lubricating are some of its special properties
  • Temperature : -200oC to 260o C
  • Other Filled grades of PTFE viz. bronze, Carbon, Glass, Mos2 have better mechanical properties than virgin grades
Natural Rubber / NR
  • Natural Rubber , the oldest rubber available having outstanding resistance to tear, abrasion and cut growth
  • Chemical Resistance : Water Oxidation, Alcohol and Ketones,Moderate Resistance to Acids,Alkalis
Ethylene Propylene Rubber / EPDM
  • EPDM is a Co-Polymer of Ethylene and Propylene and is mostly used in Brake systems having Glycol based Fluids
  • Temperature : -55oC to 150oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Hot Water and Steam, Glycol based brake fluids, Organic And Inorganic Acids, Phosphate Ester Based Fluids, Soda, Potassium, Silicon Oil and Grease, Ozone, Aging and Weather resistant
Acrylonitrile Butadiene / NBR-Nitrile
  • Nitrile Rubber (NBR) is the general term for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Rubber
  • Acrylonitrile content varies from 18 to 50%
  • Higher the Acrylonitrile content, better the resistance to fuel & oil, and at the same time affecting elasticity & compression set
  • Temperature : 30oC to 100oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Propane, Butane, Petroleum, Mineral Oil, Grease, Diesel Fuel, Fuel Oils,HFA,HFB,HFC Fluids, Dilute Acids, Alkali, Salt Solutions and Water
Carboxylated Nitrile / XNBR
  • Carboxylated Nitrile has proven tear and abrasion resistance compared to NBR
  • It is often used for dynamic applications
  • Temperature : - 30oC to 100o C
Hydrogenated Nitrile / HNBR
  • HNBR compounds exhibits improved heat resistance to the general NBR compounds. They also possess superior mechanical properties particularly high strength.
  • Temperature : 40oC to 150o C
Fluorocarbon / FKM - Viton ®
  • Fluorocarbon (FKM - Viton ®) has excellent resistance to High temperature, Ozone,Oxygen,Mineral Oils Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons and many chemicals
  • Temperature : 20oC to 204o C
  • Chemical Resistance : Mineral Oil, Grease, Non Flammable Hydraulic Fluids, Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons Ozone Weathering, Aging, High Vacuum, Steam and Alcohol
Silicon / VMQ
  • Silicon has best Cold flexibility, Excellent heat resistance, Good Insulating properties,Good Ozone & Weathering resistance, as well being neutral in its properties
  • Temperature : 500oC to 2320oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Ozone, Aging, Weathering, Animal & Vegetable oil, Grease, Moderate Resistance to Mineral Oil
Fluorosilicone / FVMQ
  • Fluorosilicone (FVMQ) offers improved fuel and oil resistance in comparison to regular Silicon (VMQ), Mechanical and Physical properties being the same
  • Temperature : 700oC to 1750oC
Polyurethane / PU
  • Polyurethane have the highest Wear resistance, Tensile strength and Elasticity. They have high volume applications in seals for hydraulic cylinders
  • Temperature : 300oC to 800oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Ozone, Aging, Mineral Oil, Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, Water (upto 50 Degrees C)
Styrene Butadiene Rubber / SBR
  • SBR previously known as ' Buna S' was first produced as a replacement to natural rubber
  • Temperature : 400oC to 1050oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Water, Alcohol, Non-Mineral Oil fluid, Silicon Oil and Grease, Weak Acids
Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene /CSM - Hypalon
  • Chlorine In Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene imparts resistance to Flame and Mineral Oils and also improves Cold Flexibility
  • Temperature : 20oC to 120oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Oxidising Media, Water, Aging, Grease, Many Acids
Perfluoro Elastomer / FFKM
  • Perfluoro Elastomer (FFKM) exhibits unique resistance even in the harshest environments.It exhibits unbeatable resistance to Acids, Alkalis, Steam, Ketones
  • Temperature : 25oC to 300oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Aliphatic, Aromatic and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, Organic And In-Organic Acids,Water, Steam and Vacuum
Chloroprene Rubber / CR - Neoprene®
  • Chloroprene popularly known as Neoprene exhibits good Ozone, Aging, Chemical,Abrasion & Flex Fatigue Resistance
  • Temperature : 400oC to 1200oC
  • Chemical Resistance : Silicon Oil And Grease, Water and its solvents, Refrigerants,Ammonia & Carbon Dioxide Ozone, Weathering and Aging