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Rubber Compounds Table

Rubber Compounds Table

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GMT RUBBER-METAL-TECHNIC LTD Figure 1.

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Technical InformationContinued

Rubber Compound Specifications - To Be Regarded Only As A Guide.
Perbunan Natural rubber Acrylonitrile butadiene rubber
Highly resistant to abrasion and tearing, particularly resistant to ageing. Partic ularly recom mended for crude oil products, high temperatures, heating and lubricating oils, petrol and paraffin oil.

Commercial name

Neoprene Hydrogenated NBR Chloroprene rubber Acrylic rubber Butyl rubber

Hypalon Chlorosulphonated polyethylene
Fast to light, colour -fast, flame- resistant, good dielectric strength, particularly recom mended for exposure to sunlight, ozone, weather and oxidising chemicals. However, it has a very low tensile strength.

Characterised by flexibility, strength and low temperature resistance as well as ex cellent physical properties. Ideal for bonded rubber/metal products. Not suitable for petrol, grease, oil and ozone.

High resistance to heat, ozone and oil, good mechanical properties at high temperatures, excellent resistance to wear and tear.

All-purpose synthetic rubber, flame resistant, resistant to abrasion, very robust, good dielectric strength, particularly recom mended for exposure to ozone and weathering.

Good resistance to high temperatures and mineral oils, high resistance to oxygen and ozone, unfavourable low temperature properties.

Very slightly permeable to air, steam and other gases, good resistance to heat, oxygen, ozone and many chemicals and solvents, good electrical properties (isolating), good resistance to abrasion and tear propagation.

International designation
Hardness available Temperature resistance Short-time peak temp Tensile Strength (N/mm )
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NR
25 - 95 Shore A -40°C to 80°C 100°C 25 800 good good excellent excellent excellent bad moderate moderate very good good good not suitable not suitable suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable conditional good

NBR
25 - 95 Shore A -40°C to 140°C 160°C 25 500 very good moderate good good good bad moderate moderate very good moderate good excellent bad suitable very good conditional bad excellent conditional good

HNBR
40 - 90 Shore A -40°C to 175°C 200°C 30 150 to 600 very good very good very good good good good good good good good good good moderate not suitable very good conditional conditional very good conditional very good

CR
30 - 90 Shore A -30°C to 120°C 150°C 25 450 good very good good good good very good good very good very good very good very good moderate not suitable suitable moderate moderate bad good good very good

ACM
50 - 80 Shore A -35°C to 175°C 200°C 16 up to 350 moderate moderate good low good very good very good good very good not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable bad bad bad very good not suitable good

IIR
40 - 85 Shore A -40°C to 130°C 150°C 17 400 to 800 good moderate good slight good very good very good very good good very good very good not suitable not suitable suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable very good good

CSM
50 - 95 Shore A -40°C to 120°C 175°C 18 300 moderate good good good good excellent excellent excellent good excellent very good moderate not suitable suitable moderate moderate moderate good very good good

Tensile elongation (%)

Properties
Abrasion Resistance to flex cracking Elongation/Tensile strength Flexibility Notch strength / strength of structure Resistance to light Resistance to oxidising Resistance to ozone Resistance to wear/tear Weathering effect

Resistance to
Alkali Petrol Benzole Foodstuffs Solvents, aliphatic Solvents, aromatic Solvents, halogen Oils and greases Acids Water

It is not possible to undertake any warranty for the stated properties as practical use is subject to temperature, concentration etc....
GMT RUBBER-METAL-TECHNIC LTD. The Sidings, Station Road, Guiseley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS20 8BX, U.K. Tel: +44 (0)1943 870670 Fax: +44 (0)1943 870631 E-Mail: sales@gmt.gb.com Web: www.gmt.gb.com
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Can be used to protect against washing and spraying agents. LS20 8BX.98 Shore A -30°C to 80°C 100°C 30 800 excellent excellent good excellent good good good excellent moderate not suitable very good not suitable not suitable very good moderate bad very good not suitable not suitable MVQ/SI 40 .com Web: www. The Sidings..GMT RUBBER-METAL-TECHNIC LTD Figure 1.4 Technical InformationContinued Rubber Compound Specifications .80 Shore A -40°C to 80°C 100°C 17 300 to 700 good moderate good as required moderate good good good good good moderate not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable conditional moderate excellent PUR 55 . excellent resistance to water. swells strongly under the effect of aromatic solvents. can be sterilised in accordance with foodstuffs regulations.gb. Resistant to high temperatures. resistant to abrasion.gb. odourless and tasteless. excellent for profile cords not usable in conjunction with petrol. non-toxic. resistant to wear and tear. best flexibility with high shore hardness of all the elastomers. APTK Epichlorohydrin rubber Low gas permeability.95 Shore A -30°C to 110°C 150°C 25 450 very good good good good good moderate moderate moderate very good good good not suitable not suitable suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable not suitable conditional very good Properties Abrasion Resistance to flex cracking Elongation/Tensile strength Flexibility Notch strength / strength of structure Resistance to light Resistance to oxidising Resistance to ozone Resistance to wear/tear Weathering effect Resistance to Lyes Petrol Benzole Foodstuffs Solvents. good resistance to oil. very good low temperature properties. resistant to abrasion. Leeds. good resistance to high temperatures and cracking. Commercial name Polyurethane Fluorinated rubber Polyboron rubber Polyurethane Silicone Silicone rubber SBR Styrene butadiene rubber Similar to natural rubber. aromatic Solvents. Station Road. International designation Hardness available Temperature resistance Short-time peak temp Tensile Strength (N/mm2) Tensile elongation (%) ECO 50 . Not recommended for use in conjunction with esters and ketones. medium resistance to oil.gmt. Resistant to extreme temperatures even over 200°C. GMT RUBBER-METAL-TECHNIC LTD.K. Resistant to sea water and corrosive salt solutions. Tel: +44 (0)1943 870670 Fax: +44 (0)1943 870631 E-Mail: sales@gmt.To Be Regarded Only As A Guide. benzene. very good flexibility. halogen Oils and greases Acids Water It is not possible to undertake any warranty for the stated properties as practical use is subject to temperature.. aliphatic Solvents. good resistance to mineral oils. Excellent resistance to wear and tear. greases and oils. good resistance to ozone. High mechanical strength.90 Shore A -30°C to 225°C 350°C 20 400 moderate good good moderate almost good excellent excellent excellent almost good excellent very good excellent good not suitable very good good good good very good good PNR 10 . concentration etc.80 Shore A -70°C to 180°C 225°C 8 250 moderate bad bad good moderate excellent very good excellent bad excellent not suitable not suitable not suitable excellent not suitable not suitable not suitable good not suitable good SBR 35 . Flexibility and damping properties can be varied as required. resistant to ozone and weather.4 . propylenediene rubber Versatile in use. West Yorkshire. ozone and weather. resistance to extreme low temperatures. Very good mechanical properties and high resistance to tearing even at high temperatures. concentrated acids and alkali. not resistant to hydrolysis. rubbing in. solvents and mineral oils. not to be used in conjunction with steam.com Page 1-3/Version 1. not resistant to petrol.90 Shore A -40°C to 130°C 150°C 17 150 to 500 moderate good good moderate good good good very good good bad good good not suitable good good not suitable very good moderate moderate EPDM/EPM 30 -90 Shore A -40°C to 150°C 180°C 20 450 good very good good good moderate excellent excellent excellent good excellent excellent not suitable not suitable suitable bad not suitable not suitable bad very good very good FPM 65 . ozone and high temperatures.. Excellent for exposure to sunlight. Guiseley. EPDM Ethylene- Hexafluoropropylene vinylidene fluoride copolymer. resistant to low temperatures. slight permanent set. U.

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