Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge Gaskets For A Variety Of Applications
SRP has been providing custom converted Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge products to various industries for many years. Neoprene/SBR 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/SBR Open Cell Sponge materials to create an adhesive backed component for a part that requires adhesion to various surfaces.
The main difference between open and closed cell sponge, is that the open cell structure of the material allows air and moisture to pass through more easily. This makes open cell sponge more absorbent, with a stronger compression set that allows the material to regain its original form. Open cell sponge is a great material for many gasketing and sealing applications.
Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge gaskets offer unique characteristics due to the combination of each polymer. This blend allows for the material to be used for a wider variety of applications, at a more cost competitive price.
The main benefits of Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge Gaskets are:
- Fast Rebounding
- Good Durability
- Good Oil Resistance
- Good Abrasion Resistance
- High Tensile Strength
- Operation temperatures between -40° F and 160° F.
Applications requiring repeated compression will find that Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge gaskets are a great option.
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 Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge gaskets products can be supplied with Pressure Sensitive Adhesives. For more information regarding this material, visit our Neoprene/SBR Open Cell Sponge page.