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EPDM Closed Cell Sponge


SRP is a leading converter of closed cell sponge rubber materials such as EPDM closed cell sponge rubber. We manufacture high-quality custom EPDM Closed Cell Sponge gaskets, seals, and other products for a variety applications and industries to companies around the world.

Closed cell sponge rubber is great for high-pressure applications where superior compression strength is needed. EPDM closed cell rubber sponge has high compressive strength, and rebound strength, making it a durable material that can handle high pressure applications.

EPDM rubber is a very popular type of synthetic elastomer that is great for use in outdoor conditions. It has a superior level of resistance against common hazards such as UV rays and ozone. As a result, closed cell EPDM sponge rubber is excellent for any application that requires outdoor usage. The EPDM compound in this sponge rubber allows it to remain exposed to the elements for extended periods of time. This is the primary reason why EPDM material is a popular elastomer to use in applications such as window sealing on vehicles and homes.

EPDM closed cell sponge rubber has a temperature range of -90°F – 275°F, and a durometer rating of 40-60. Due to this material’s closed cell structure, it has good moisture resistance, and it won’t soak up liquids such as rain or humidity. EPDM closed cell sponge rubber materials are ideal for converting into gaskets and seals. All closed cell sponge rubber materials can be supplied with a pressure sensitive adhesive.

We provide our customers with everything from material sampling and product prototyping to full manufacturing, packaging, and delivery. We provide value to our customers by delivering exceptional customer service, engineering solutions, and quality products to meet their every need.

Closed Cell EPDM & EPDM Blends Sponge Rubber Material Data Sheets:

For more information, you can reach SRP at info@srpco.com or 847-593-5630. Visit our dedicated sponge materials page to learn more about the variety of foam we fabricate at our warehouse here in the USA. If you require any material samples or rapid prototyping in order to run product testing, let us know and we can work to streamline this part of the process.