Pilotseal Neoprene

Neoprene Description

Butadiene Acrylonitrile Rubber is normally abbreviated to NBR, but is more commonly known as Nitrile and is a synthetic Polymer. Typically used in applications where resistance to oils and chemicals are required.

Applications and Characteristics

✔ Food Use Not recommended
✔ Water Use Fair
✔ Mineral Oil Use Fair
✔ Abrasion resistance Moderate
✔ Ozone weather resistance Moderate
✔ Flame retardency Not recommended
✔ Electrical resistance Moderate
✔ General Purpose Excellent

Sizes Available
Thickness Range 1 to 6mm 10m rolls
Thickness Range 8 to 25mm 5m rolls
Standard Width 1.4m

* Typical Shore Hardness range 40—70 also available

Physical Properties

Base Polymer
NBR
Indentation Hardness
ASTM D224000 60 Shore A –4/+5
Specific Gravity
ASTM D412 8.4MPa
Tensile Strength Min.
ASTM F36 50% Min
Elongation @ Break Min.
ASTM D412 400%
Min. Cont. Work Temp.
c-25°C
Max. Cont. Work Temp.
70°C
Max. Intermittent Work Temp.
90°C
Compression Set 70°C 22 Hours
ASTM D395 Meth B 25%

PTFE Design

Beldam Crossley can create PTFE products to your specification, creating a product with the correct PTFE grade material that works best for your application.

Contact our team of design engineers with your requirements and see how we can help you.

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Beldam Crossley has been moulding PTFE for over half a century. We have since developed a wide range of High Performance Crossflon® materials, each suited to a specific application.

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