Butyl Rubber exhibits:
Impermeable to Air • Outstanding Resistance to Gases & Vapors • Excellent Outdoor Resistances (Heat Aging, Ozone, Oxygen, Sunlight) • Excellent Abrasion and Tearing Resistance
Butyl (also known as Isobutylene-isoprene) is impermeable to air and used in many applications requiring airtight rubber. Butyl rubber has outstanding resistance to gases, vapors, heat aging, oxygen, ozone, sunlight, abrasion and tearing. It has excellent resistance to alkalis and acids and is good for electrical insulation.
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Our Butyl products are impermeable to air and used in many applications requiring airtight rubber. Our Butyl products have outstanding resistance to gases, vapors, heat aging, oxygen, ozone, sunlight, abrasion and tearing. They also exhibit excellent resistance to alkalis and acids and are good for electrical insulation. Made in the USA.
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(Shore A ± 5)
Per Linear Foot
(1/8" x 36")
|1/32 - 1/4||36, 48||1100||550||-40°F to +180°F||2.09 lb||ASTM D 2000
|1/32 - 1/4||36, 48||1100||400||-40°F to +180°F||2.2 lb||ASTM D 2000
|1/32 - 1/4||36, 48||1100||300||-40°F to +180°F||2.24 lb||ASTM D 2000
|1/32 - 1/4||36, 48||1500||250||-40°F to +180°F||2.3 lb||ASTM D 2000
Compound Numbers: 040T0083, 050T0055, 060T0056, 070T0080
Data presented here was gathered from several sources including Uniroyal Chemical Company, Inc., The Los Angeles Rubber Group, Inc., and Compass Publications
Our rubber products are a proprietary blend of various polymers formulated to meet stated physicals and specifications. The named product polymer is not necessarily the primary polymer representing the highest percentage of the polymer blend. Determination of the suitability of the goods for the uses and applications contemplated by Buyer and others shall be the sole responsibility of the Buyer or user. No guaranty is given with respect to length of service on any particular application. Suggestions or recommendations made by Seller in its product literature concerning uses or applications of the goods are believed to be reliable, but Seller makes no warranty or guaranty of results to be obtained since the conditions of the use and application by Buyer and others are beyond Seller’s control. The specification listed here, ASTM, stands for the American Society for Testing and Materials which is the developer and provider of voluntary consensus standards, related technical information, and services. Their website can be found here: https://www.astm.org/.
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