Neoprene Sheet Rubber

Neoprene sheet rubber is a general purpose industrial gasketing material for use with non-aromatic petroleum oils and greases.

Well-known as a highly resilient, all-purpose synthetic rubber, Neoprene is one of the industry’s most relied-upon materials.

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It performs in a multitude of industrial settings, and its resistance to degradation makes it an essential element in a number of different industries.

Neoprene is one of the most versatile materials in existence and has found a place in virtually countless applications. It features a number of important properties, including:

  • Excellent chemical resistance — Neoprene works well while in contact with a full range of chemicals and oils, making it a vital part of applications in even the most challenging industrial conditions.
  • Works in any weather or temperatureThis synthetic rubber resists degradation in a full range of temperature and other outdoor conditions, maintaining integrity while in the sun, ozone, cold, or inclement weather.
  • Maintains its properties in any form — Whether customers need Neoprene in solid sheet, open cell, or closed cell forms, it retains its chemical- and weather-resistant properties.
  • Tough and resilient — Some of the properties of Neoprene rubber include excellent abrasion resistance, good tear resistance, excellent resilience, and good-to-excellent adhesion to metals. It features a tensile range of 500 to 3000 psi and a durometer range (Shore A) of 20 to 95.

Please view the table below for more material information.

Durometer Tensile Strength Elongation Temperature Range Color Finish Available Thicknesses
Durometer40
50/60/70
80
Tensile Strength500
850
500
Elongation300%
200%
300%
Temperature Range-20°F to 170°F
-40°F to 194°F
-40°F to 194°F
ColorBlack
Black
Black
FinishSmooth
Smooth
Smooth
Finish1/16″ – 1″
1/16″ – 1″
1/16″ – 1″

neopreneThe versatility of Neoprene has made it a mainstay for industrial OEM products. These include hoses, gaskets, and a full array of corrosion-resistant coatings. Neoprene is not limited to these capacities, however, and is very important in areas as diverse as electronics accessories, sports, apparel, musical instruments, and more.

CGR: Putting Neoprene to Use for You

At CGR Products, we are well-experienced in working with Neoprene. We maintain a complete variety of cutting and fabrication services to manufacture high-quality, precision Neoprene components for virtually any application. Our facility is fully ISO certified, and we work with industry-leading suppliers to procure the quality synthetic rubbers you need.

To find out more about Neoprene or to get a quote, contact CGR today.