Low Durometer and Ultra Soft Commercial Grade Silicone in a Red/Orange Color Variation
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This commercial grade silicone rubber sheeting is perfect for non-specification grade applications where extreme temperature resistance is the critical factor. This silicone 40 Shore A is a very low durometer silicone material. This sheet rubber is unique among other silicone elastomers as it has an eye-catching red/orange color, allowing it to stand out when used in an application. Additionally, it is available in more diverse thickness options, ranging in gauges from 1/32" to 1/2" thick. Buy this silicone 40 shore A in quantities as small as 3ft wide by 5ft long.
Temperature Resistant Silicone: Like all other silicone elastomers, this sheet rubber has the ability to function in the face of extreme temperature conditions. If your application involves temperatures ranging from -103 F to 450 F, then this silicone rubber sheeting is the right kind of sheet rubber for you. This temperature resistance has gained silicone a reputation as a solid performer in laboratory, construction, and automotive applications.
Low Durometer Silicone: Durometer is a very important factor to consider when deciding on a sheet rubber product for your application. It measures how resistant to physical indentation a rubber is. A low durometer silicone rubber rating, such as this silicone 40 Shore A, indicates that this is a pliable and flexible material. This product is good for applications where a supple and pliable rubber sheet is needed. A low durometer silicone rubber is less dense and lighter in weight than sheet rubber with higher durometer ratings.
Moderate Chemical Resistance: While this may be a temperature resistant silicone product, it also brings with it the ability to resist certain chemicals. This feature comes in handy if you are using this material in laboratory settings of a commercial nature. It can resist ammonia gas, sodium sulfate, and vinegar. Check with a Rubber-Cal expert to see how this silicone rubber sheeting will fare against your specific type of chemical.
Most Silicone 40 Shore A stocked gauges can ship in 24 hours
Standard roll sized at 36" width by 50ft length
Also available in other durometers ranging from 50 to 70
Natural color variation in rolls ranges from red to reddish-orange
Available for custom fabrication into specific seals and gaskets
Can be used outdoors thanks to a resistance against UV rays and ozone
Commercial grade silicone sheeting is used in applications where physical properties are not critical but extreme temperature resistance is necessary. This sheeting makes excellent gasket material, offers both UV and ozone resistance.
100% Silicone Sheet
40 Shore A, +/-5
-103 F to 450 F
870 PSI or 6 MPA
1/32", 1/16", 3/32", 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", and 3/8"
25' or 50' depending on thickness
Excellent resistance to Fungus, Acetic Acid, Ammonia Gas (hot and cold), Corn Oil, Fish Oil, Lime Sulfur, Methyl Ether, Ozone, Sodium Sulfate, Tartaric Acid, Vinegar, and many more. For Silicone’s compatibility with your specific medium please consult a Rubber-Cal representative.
High-Temperature Gasketing, Laboratory Equipment, Cost-Conscious Materials, Commercial Chemical Resistance.
This elastomer is available in a wide range of durometers (35-45).
In addition to hand fabrication, this product can be fabricated using laser, die, and water-jet cutting. Please submit your drawings for a price quote.
California Prop 65:
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including BPA (i.e., bisphenol A), 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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