SBR Rubber

Overview   


NR or Natural Rubber Poly-isoprene is derived from latex liquid extracted from rubber trees. Originally cultivated in the Amazon region, it is now cultivated extensively in South East Asia, Africa and India. This rubber has excellent mechanical properties, low compression set and high resilience. It also has excellent dynamic and rebound properties. The operating temperature range is from -50° C to + 90° C (-58°F to +194°F). It is available in a wide range of hardness from 30° to 80° Shore A. Many of them have good resistance to acids, alkalis and salts. It is not recommended for use in areas where it could come in contact with oils and hydrocarbons. They are special purpose high abrasion resistant rubber sheet, made from premium quality dry Natural Rubber with outstanding resistance to cut, tear and abrasion used for anti-abrasion rubber linings for material handling equipment in mines.

Application wise, they are used as skirt-board sheets, bridge bearing pads, shot blasting sheets, Chute Lining, High Tensile Tan Gum sheets and commercial sheets with & without cotton insertion etc.

Rubber Sheets

Available Sizes   


Standard Thicknesses 1/16 in - 1/4 in .019 m - .076 m
Standard Widths 36 in & 48 in .91 m & 1.2 m
Standard Lengths 35 ft - 100 ft 10.7 m - 30.5 m

Certifications   


Options   


  • Sheets can be supplied with 1 or 2 ply insertion/s in Cotton, Nylon, Polyester, Glass Fibre etc.
  • One side or both side smooth or fabric finish can be supplied.
     

Specifications are subject to change without notice.