Synthetic rubber, created through chemical processes, mimics the properties of natural rubber. It is used in various applications, including tires, seals, and industrial products.

Grade: KEP270

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) is a type of synthetic rubber known for its excellent resistance to heat, ozone, and weathering. It is produced through the copolymerization of ethylene, propylene, and a small amount of diene monomer. EPDM is widely used in automotive parts, weather-stripping, roofing membranes, electrical insulation, and seals due to its durability and flexibility. It can withstand exposure to extreme temperatures, UV radiation, and harsh chemicals, making it suitable for outdoor and industrial applications. EPDM’s properties make it a popular choice for a wide range of products that require resilience and longevity in challenging environmental conditions.


Grade: NBR35L

Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR) is a type of synthetic rubber produced through the copolymerization of butadiene and acrylonitrile. It is known for its excellent resistance to oil, fuel, and chemicals, making it a popular choice for industrial applications such as seals, gaskets, and hoses. NBR is also used in the production of gloves, footwear, and automotive parts due to its high tensile strength and resistance to abrasion. It can withstand exposure to high temperatures and is resistant to ozone and weathering. NBR’s properties make it a versatile material that can be used in a wide range of applications where durability and chemical resistance are required.

Grade: Shore 30&70

Silicone rubber, available in different hardness levels measured on the Shore A scale, is a synthetic elastomer known for its flexibility, heat resistance, and electrical insulation properties. Shore 30 silicone rubber is softer and more pliable, suitable for applications requiring high flexibility and low compression set, such as seals and gaskets. On the other hand, Shore 70 silicone rubber is firmer and offers greater resistance to deformation, making it ideal for industrial components and parts that require more rigidity and durability. Both variants of silicone rubber are widely used in diverse industries, including automotive, electronics, and manufacturing, due to their excellent performance and versatility.

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