Rubber Gasket Material
Which Rubber Do I Need? Rubber is probably the most common gasket material, and it comes in many different types. If you are unsure as to which rubber is best for your application then you can consult our gasket material selector, or our guide to rubbers. Alternatively, we are always happy to offer technical help and advice and so if you require assistance then please do not hesitate to contact us.
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General Information About Rubbers Rubber is the most important class of materials for sealing in the medium temperature range (-50 C to +120 C). This is because rubbers rapidly return to their original shape when any deforming stress or load is removed.
Many rubbers are available for various working conditions; however they all have one property in common – the effect of heat is cumulative and irreversible.
Maximum temperatures must not be exceeded and a good design will allow a safety margin dependent on design service life.
Many rubbers are available in foam (sponge) form for simple gasket sealing applications.
If you can’t find what you are looking for, or require a bespoke material, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Certification & Traceability: Both certification and traceable certification can be supplied with your material, should it be required by you or your customer. Traceable certification lists the batch number and cure date/ manufacture date of the material. Please contact us to request certification at the time of order. Traceable certification cannot be retrospectively supplied on orders that have already been fulfilled.
We are ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality certified.
- Supplier = RAM Gasket Solutions
- Condition = New
- Thicknesses Available = (Typically) 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 8mm.
- Sheet Size Available = (Typically) 1M x any multiple up to 10M
Product Technical Details
As a general rule, rubbers are:
- Good for use with water
- Compatible for use with acids and alkalis
- Have good abrasion resistance
- Are available in various colours
We are happy to answer any questions that you might have about this product. Please contact us for more information.
Orders are processed as quickly as possible and are dispatched on a next day U.K. carrier, or by first-class post. Please allow a few days for delivery of your order.
International deliveries can be arranged for you. Additional shipping costs can be quoted on request.
While every effort will be made to fulfil your order correctly, if for any reason you do not receive the correct goods then please contact us and we will be happy to correct your order.