Rubber/Silicon

Rubber/Silicone : General Characteristics Chart*
  SIL NEO EPDM B-N SBR NR VIT FSI HYP BTL URE ECO
Abr. Resist P E G E E E G P E F E G
Conduct. (Elect.) P G P G P P F P F P F F
Elongation E G G G G E P P G E E P
Tensile Strgth P G G G G E F P G F E F
Flame Resistant E E P P P P E P E P P F
Hard Duromtr 25/80 20/90 40/90 40/95 40/90 30/90 60/90 40/70 60/90 40/90 40/100 40/90
Rst to Petroleum G G P E P P E E G P G E
Resist to Aging E E E G G G E E E E G G
Resist to Ozone E E E F F F E E E E E E
Resist to UV E E E F F F E E E E G  
Tear Resistance F G F G F E G F F G E G
Temp (F): Min -100 -40 -85 -60 -60 -70 -25 -25 -40 -50 -40 -40
Temp (F): Max 550 250 350 250 200 200 500 500 275 325 200 300

Silicone – Neoprene - EPDM - Buna-N – SBR – Natural Rubber - Viton® - Fluorosilicone – Chlorosulfonated polyethylene rubber - Hypalon® – Butyl – Urethane - Epichlorohydrin

E = excellent, G = good, F = fair, P = poor

*Values are for high-grade polymers. Commercial grade polymers will have different values. These values are typical properties and are provided for informational use only. They should not be used to set specification requirements. It is up to the end user to determine whether the material is suitable for the intended application.

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