NBR Rubber Strip
price for per meter price
If you order 1 item, you'll get a 1-meter length.
If you order 2 items, you'll receive a 2-meter length rolled together.
If you order 10 items, you'll receive a 10-meter length rolled as one continuous piece.
NBR rubber is excellent in Petroleum-based fluids It also offers good resistance to Ozone Oxidation, chemical, tear & abrasion and water.
Resistance to Petroleum-based Fluids: NBR is well-known for its excellent resistance to oils, fuels, and petroleum-based fluids. This property makes it a preferred choice for gaskets, seals, and O-rings used in automotive, industrial machinery, and hydraulic systems.
Good Resistance to Ozone Oxidation: NBR exhibits resistance to ozone and oxygen exposure, which helps maintain its integrity and flexibility in outdoor or high-UV environments. This characteristic is important in applications where exposure to the elements is a concern.
Chemical Resistance: NBR offers good resistance to many chemicals, making it suitable for use in applications where contact with various chemicals is expected. It is commonly used in chemical processing equipment, seals, and gaskets.
Tear & Abrasion Resistance: NBR has decent tear and abrasion resistance, which makes it durable in demanding conditions. This property is valuable in applications where the material may experience mechanical stress or friction.
Water Resistance: NBR is also known for its water resistance, which is particularly important in sealing applications where moisture ingress must be prevented.
Temperature Range: NBR can typically operate effectively within a temperature range of -40°C to 120°C (-40°F to 248°F), although this range may vary depending on the specific formulation of the rubber.
Flexibility: NBR is relatively flexible and can be molded or extruded into various shapes, including square and rectangular profiles. This flexibility makes it suitable for creating sealing strips or buffer strips used in anti-collision and damping applications.