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Foam rubber sponge is a type of rubber product that feels spongy to the touch and is more compressible when compared to standard solid rubber. It has a cellular structure that is apparent in its texture. One variation of this is closed cell rubber. The closed cell types of sponge rubber are great for high-pressure applications where superior compression strength is needed. Additionally, its cellular structure is not as visible as it is in its open cell counterpart. This particular type of closed cell sponge rubber is made using EPDM material. EPDM rubber is a very popular type of synthetic elastomer that is great for use in outdoor conditions. It has a superior level of resistance against common hazards such as UV rays and ozone. As a result, this closed cell EPDM sponge rubber is excellent for any application that requires outdoor usage.
High Compressive Strength: Closed cell rubber is a bit different from its open cell counterpart in terms of compressive strength. While open cell sponge rubber can rebound back to its original shape very quickly, closed foam rubber sponge takes a bit longer to do so. This allows the closed cell EPDM sponge rubber to handle high- pressure applications at a better rate, making it more durable.
Perfect for the Outdoors: The excellent ability of this closed cell rubber to operate in the outdoors is all thanks to the compound of EPDM rubber in its structural makeup. It has an excellent level of resistant to both UV rays and ozone. Outdoor factors like UV and ozone may not damage a material immediately, but they can definitely degrade a material over time. The EPDM compound in this sponge rubber allows it to remain exposed to the elements for extended periods of time. This is the primary reason why EPDM material is a popular elastomer to use in applications such as window sealing on vehicles and homes.
Good Moisture Resistance: One of the key benefits about closed cell rubber is that is can resist moisture easily. It does not absorb fluids or general moisture very easily. This is thanks to the nature of the structure of the closed cell material itself. It prevents water and other liquids from seeping through immediately. Instead, it keeps the moisture on its surface for longer periods of time. One could even wipe water droplets off the surface of this material if they wanted to! This feature makes this type of EPDM closed foam rubber sponge ideal for use as a sealing or gasketing option.
Temperature Range: -40° F to 200° F
Durometer rating of 10–20 Shore C
Sheets available in size of 39" by 78”
Perfect for use in indoor or outdoor applications
Closed Cell EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) sheet ideal for
indoor or outdoor use. This is a Foam rubber (also known as cellular,
sponge, or expanded rubber) refers to rubber that has been manufactured
with a foaming agent to create an air-filled matrix structure.
-40 C to +95C , -40 F to +200F
1/16”, 1/8”, 1/4”, 3/8”, 1/2”, 3/4”, 1”
39” x 78” (1000*2000mm), Tolerances +20mm or +0.75”
15 (+/-5) Shore C
< 5% -- After 22 hours at 70°C
450kPa or 65 psi
At 25%-35kPa or 6.5 psi
At 50%-90kPa or 13.05 psi
Pressure sensitive adhesive can be applied to this product upon request.
In addition to hand fabrication, this product can be fabricated using laser, die, and water-jet cut. Please submit your drawings for a price quote.
This product is generally stocked and can ship within 24 hours.
One Sheet, volume discounts are available at 5, 25 and 50 units
California Prop 65:
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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