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EPDM Rubber Gasket

EPDM Gasket

EPDM Rubber Gasket
Sealing environments that are not exposed to oils, gasoline, kerosene, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons, halogenated solvents, and concentrated acids are ideal for EPDM Rubber gaskets. EPDM rubber is often used in weather seals, and as a source of noise reduction in the automotive industry. EPDM is an excellent source for gaskets or gasket sealing against atmospheric conditions such as sunlight, ozone, wind and rain. EPDM rubber can withstand temperatures ranging from -50°C to 150°C.

EDPM gaskets are used in many industrial applications, including the following:
Aerospace – High performance gaskets that meet the special requirements for aerospace applications, such as ESD protection, EMI shielding, resistance to oil and gas fluids and harsh external environments.
Construction– Gaskets for ducts, weather stripping, door and window seals and expansion joints that will be exposed to temperature variations and outdoor environments.
Architecture – Sealing gaskets that provide superior performance for a wide range of temperatures and resist weathering. They are used for ducting, wall cladding, expansion joints and curtain walls. They can be colored to match the décor of the building.
HVAC – Ducting and expansion joint gaskets for heating and ventilation systems.
Power & Utility – Gaskets for use in electrical equipment, compressors and cable couplings.

Features of Wealson's Custom EPDM Rubber Gaskets
index_ic01 Excellent resistance to ozone/sun and oxygen
index_ic01 Excellent resistance to acids/alkali/and ketones
index_ic01 Excellent heat resistance and aging
index_ic01 Overall temperature range of -67°F to 302°F (-55°C to 150°C)
index_ic01 Good electrical insulation properties

All EPDM grades are available as thin as 0.4mm thk. up to 6.5mm thk. We offer EPDM grades in continuous rolls of 1000mm, 1200mm wide or we can custom die-cut each grade to your exact requirements. All EPDM grades come in a measure of hardness (durometer) as soft as 40 duro. and as hard as 80 duro.