EPDM

Used in a wide variety of applications, EPDM black rubber (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is a type of high-density synthetic rubber used most commonly as a sealing material in the Marine, Construction, and Automotive industries due to its excellent resistance to environmental factors such as ozone, steam, weathering, and UV. EPDM is suitable for outdoor applications as it has excellent water, heat, chemical and aging resistance, with general resistance to strong oxidizing chemicals and acetone. This material has poor resistance to oil, petroleum based fluids or any other similar solvents.

Our EPDM material has a working temperature range of -40 to +212°F (-40 to +100°C) and a shore “A” hardness of either 60 or 70 durometer.

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