Neoprene Open Cell Sponge Gaskets
SRP has been providing custom converted Neoprene Open Cell Sponge products to various industries for many years. Neoprene Open Cell Sponge gaskets can be manufactured and supplied in a variety of different shapes, sizes, and thicknesses. SRP can custom laminate tapes to Neoprene Open Cell Sponge materials to create an adhesive backed component for a part that requires adhesion to various surfaces.
Neoprene open cell sponge rubber is much different from Neoprene sheet rubber, but it brings much of the same benefits. The main difference is that through the manufacturing process of the material, a foaming agent is introduced into the rubber while it is still in liquid form to create the open cell structure. Neoprene open cell sponge rubber is great for gasketing and sealing applications.
Benefits Of Neoprene Open Cell Gaskets
The open cell structure gives the material the ability maintain its shape even after compression, giving the end product more durability.
Resistance to Oil
Neoprene is known for being able to handle applications that deal with oil without degradation. This material is not intended to be used on applications with a heavy oil presence.
Neoprene is also known for its ability to withstand ozone for outdoor applications that need to outperform effects from the weather elements. This particular open cell sponge rubber can be used in temperature conditions as low as -40° F.
We provide application solutions for gasketing, cushioning, sealing, protecting, shielding and more! We can supply samples of materials and run quick prototyping if any material or part testing is required. Design assistance is also available to ensure the proper materials are being used per the application.
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We provide value to our customers by delivering exceptional customer service, engineering solutions, and quality products to meet their every need. All EPDM rubber gaskets products can be supplied with Pressure Sensitive Adhesives. For more information regarding this material, visit our Neoprene Open Cell Sponge materials page.