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Neoprene Rubber Products

Neoprene is popular due to its unique combination of properties and has led to its use in thousands of applications in diverse environments. Neoprene is a polymer that provides moderate oil & gasoline resistance, very good resistance to ozone & sunlight, excellent adhesion to fabric & metals, good resistance to abrasion & flex cracking and very good resistance to alkalis & acids.

Slightly Unrolled Black Rubber Sheet Roll

Our Neoprene Rubber Products are available below in Premium, Mid, Commercial & Spec Grades or as a specialty product.

Each product can be customized to meet your application, such as meeting your specifications, physical properties, & various material aspects.

Premium Grade

Premium Neoprene

Durometer: 30 to 90 Temperature Range: -30°F to +220°F
Specs: ASTM D2000 M1BC

Mid Grade

Mid–Grade Neoprene 5100 Series

Durometer: 30 to 80 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Specs: ASTM D2000 M1BC

Commercial Grade

Commercial Neoprene – 1300 Series

Durometer: 40 to 80 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

Neoprene Molded Slabs

Durometer: 20 to 80 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

Neoprene Performance Molded Sheets

Durometer: 20 to 80 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

Specification Grade

MIL–R–3065 SC

Durometer: 30 to 80 Temperature Range: 60°F to +220°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

MIL-R-6855 Class 2 / MIL-PRF-6855 Class 2

Durometer: 30 to 80 Temperature Range: -50°F to +220°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

Neoprene MIL-G-1149 / MIL-PRF-1149

Durometer: 50 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Specs: MIL-R-1149 Type 1 Class 1

ASTM D2000 M2BC

Durometer: 40 to 70 Temperature Range: -50°F to +200°F
Specs: ASTM D2000 M2BC

AMS 3208 Weather Resistant (Neoprene)

Durometer: 50 Temperature Range: -30°F to +220°F
Specs: SAE AMS 3208

AMS 3205 Low Temperature (Neoprene)

Durometer: 50 Temperature Range: -40°F to +220°F
Specs: AMS 3205

Specialty Neoprene

Low Smoke, Low Flame, Low Toxicity Neoprene

Durometer: 65 Temperature Range: -30°F to +220°F
Specs: ASTM E, ASTM C, Bombardier, Boeing

Neoprene Cable Jacket Tubing to MIL-R-6855 / MIL-PRF-6855

Durometer: 60 Temperature Range: -50°F to +220°F
Specs: MIL-R-6855 Class 2 Type A/B

60 Durometer Neoprene Tubing

Durometer: 60 Temperature Range: -50°F to +220°F
Specs: MIL-R-6855 Class 2

FDA Neoprene

Durometer: 40 to 60 Temperature Range: -30°F to +220°F
Specs: FDA Approved Ingredients per 21 CFR 177.2600

Anti-Microbial Neoprene

Durometer: 40 to 60 Temperature Range: -30°F to +220°F
Specs: ASTM D 2000 M2BC

Cal–Trans Strip Water Stops

Durometer: 55 Temperature Range: -40°F to +200°F
Specs: Caltrans 51-2.04 Waterstops

Cloth–Inserted Neoprene – Regular Cotton Ply

Durometer: 70 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

Cloth–Inserted Neoprene – Regular Polyester Ply

Durometer: 70 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Primary Feature: Made in the USA

AASHTO Unsupported Calendered Neoprene Bearing Pads

Durometer: 50 to 70 Temperature Range: -40°F to +220°F
Specs: AASHTO Grade 3

AASHTO Unsupported Molded Neoprene Bearing Pads

Durometer: 50 to 70 Temperature Range: -40°F to +220°F
Specs: AASHTO Grade 3

PSA-Ready Neoprene

Durometer: 40 to 80 Temperature Range: -30°F to +200°F
Primary Feature: Designed for Pressure Sensitive Applications (PSA)

Neoprene Rubber’s Properties & Uses

Select any of these drop down options to learn more about Neoprene Rubber. Our team has organized lists of key properties relating to the rubber products which use the neoprene polymer. We encourage you to select through these lists and advise that you reach out to us directly for any questions so we can direct you to our technical team.

Common Name:
Neoprene

Generally Resistant To:
Moderate Chemicals and Acids, Ozone, Oils, Fats, Greases, and Solvents

ASTM D 2000 / SAE J200 Classification:
BC, BE

Chemical Name:
Polychloroprene

Generally Attacked By:
Esters, Ketones, Chloronated, Aromatic and Nitro Hydrocarbons

MIL-R-3065 / SAE J-14 / MIL-STD-417 Classification:
SC

ASTM D-1418 Designation:
CR

Elongation:
100% to 800%

Hardness Range (Durometer Shore A):
20 to 95

Compression Set:
Good

Abrasion Resistance:
Very Good to Excellent

Impact Resistance:
Good to Excellent

Rebound Rating:
Fair to Very Good

Tear Resistance:
Good

Flame Resistance:
Very Good to Excellent

Flex Cracking Resistance:
Good to Very Good

Minimum Service Temperature:
-30°F to -70°F

Maximum Service Temperature:
+220°F to +280°F

Recommended Shelf Life:
5 to 10 years

Ozone Resistance:
Good

Steam Resistance:
Poor to Good

Weather Resistance:
Poor to Good

Oxidization Resistance:
Good

Gas Permeability:
Fair to Good

Sunlight Resistance:
Good to Very Good

Water Resistance:
Excellent

Radiation Resistance:
Good, 1 x 105 Ga Gy
Poor, 9 x 105 Ga Gy

Acetone:
Minor to Moderate Effect

Amonium Hydroxide:
Recommended: Little to Minor Effect

Animal Fats:
Minor to Moderate Effect

Carbon Dioxide:
Minor to Moderate Effect

Chlorine:
DRY: Moderate to Severe Effect
WET: NOT RECOMMENDED

Fluorine (Liquid):
– – –

Fuel Oil: