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EPDM CLOSED CELL SPONGE RUBBER

 

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) closed cell sponge rubber material exhibits very good aging properties, compressibility, and shows an excellent resistance to ozone and oxidation, which explains its use in a variety of industrial and commercial applications.

Gasket Supply is a custom gasket manufacturer with over 40 years of experience at producing parts and components in EPDM closed cell sponge as thin as 1/16″ thick up to 2″ thick.

 

EXAMPLE GASKET APPLICATIONS

 

WEATHERPROOFING

Closed cell EPDM is used for many outdoor industrial applications for weatherproofing due to its resistance to aging, UV, ozone, and oxidation.

 

HVAC

EPDM rubber sponge material is beneficial in many HVAC systems and other flexible sealing applications. It is resistant to compression set and atmospheric degradation.

 

AUTOMOTIVE

EPDM sponge rubber is a preferred material for automotive taillight gaskets due to its excellent resistance to ozone and unique sealing characteristics.

 

ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURES

EPDM’s excellent resistance to ozone, UV and oxidation and its closed cell structure allows this material to be used in gasket applications for many outdoor electrical enclosures.

 

IS EPDM THE BEST CHOICE FOR YOUR APPLICATION?

Does your sealing application require gaskets that will be exposed to moisture or temperatures as low as -70° F or as high as 220° F? If so, EPDM is a low-cost alternative to silicone for long-term sealing due to it’s closed cell structure minimizing water absorption.

Does your application require a low compression set? If so, our high grade EPDM is comprised of 100% EPDM rubber. EPDM rubber has fluid characteristics and physical properties that work to prevent material deformation while under constant pressure or stress.

All of our EPDM is available in sheets 42″ wide x 80″ long. Rolls of EPDM is available as 48″ wide by 50 feet long. Our team can also slit rolls starting as narrow as 1/4″ or use CNC cut or waterjet cutting methods to create gaskets to your exact specifications.

 

 

 

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