Cloth-Inserted Neoprene Sheet (Black Sheet)

Cloth-Inserted Neoprene Sheet (Black Sheet).
Description

A synthetic elastomer sheet with fabric 

reinforcement for added stability and reduced gasket creep.

Applications:

  • Resilience to weather ozone, natural aging, and to alkalis and acids. Good resistance to abrasion, and flex cracking. Moderate oil resistance.
  • A flexible membrane with low permeability to fluids or gases.
  • Capable of permitting relative motion between a stationary and a moving member while maintaining a separation of the two media on either side and may maintain a pressure differential between the two media
  • Often mechanically fastened for weather stripping
  • Maximizes conformity / resists deformation

 

Compatible With:

  • Water
  • Moderate Oil
  • Alkalies
  • Acids
  • Ozone 

 

Dimensions:

Cloth-Inserted Neoprene Sheet Rubber comes in rolls in these widths and thicknesses.  We cut these into the desired sheet or strip sizes.

 

1/32” X 48”

1/32” X 36”

1/16” X 48”

1/16” X 36”

3/32” X 48”

3/32” X 36”

1/8”   X 48”

1/8”   X 36”

3/16” X 48”

3/16” X 36”

1/4”   X 48”

1/4” X 36”

 

Note: Other thicknesses and sheet sizes may be available by special order.

 

Specifications:

 

Lowest Working Temp

-20° F

Highest Working Temp

212° F

Tensile Strength

1400 Min.

 

 

 


OTHER TYPES OF RUBBER SHEET WE OFFER:

Open Cell Sponge Sheet  |  Diaphragm Sheet  |  Mil. Spec Rubber Sheet  |  Corrugated Matting  |  Butyl Rubber  |  Foam Rubber Sheet

Please contact one of our knowledgeable sales technicians at (562) 435-2411 for more information on the Rubber Sheeting listed above.



 

DUROMETER GUIDE:

The durometer scale was defined by Albert Shore in the 1920's.
He developed a device that could measure the hardness (resistance to permanent indentation) of a material.

Click here to view the Allied Packing & Rubber Durometer Guide

 

 

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