Durable rubber and
Cellular rubbers are flexible, porous and long-lasting materials for a wide variety of purposes. The most typical property of rubber is elasticity: rubber quickly returns close to its original shape and dimensions after being in mechanical tension.
The diverse properties
of cellular rubber
Cellular rubber materials differ from each other in terms of raw materials, density and cellular structure. The used materials include EPDM, CR, SBR and NBR and their mixtures. Rubbers are mechanically strong, and they have great shock damping properties. Cellular rubbers are used in harsh conditions where their properties truly get to shine. Cellular rubbers can be used to achieve great moisture, dirt and air tightness in various sealing applications.
The foremost property of cellular rubber is its flexibility, or elasticity. It also has excellent damping, insulation and friction properties. Cellular rubber commendably endures temperatures ranging from -100 to +250 °C, and it does not absorb moisture. It also has good thermal insulation properties.
Rubber is an elastomer, a flexible and stretching non-soluble material with good vibration damping and friction properties.
Cellular rubber is at its best when used as an insulant or sealant. Cellular rubber sealants are used in machine construction, the electronics industry and building services, for example. In building services, cellular rubber is utilised in thermal, condensation and pipe insulation, for example.
The foremost property of cellular rubber is its flexibility, or elasticity. It also has excellent damping, insulation and friction properties. Cellular rubber endures temperatures ranging from -100 to +250 °C commendably, and it does not absorb moisture. It also has good thermal insulation properties.
Benefits of rubber materials:
- Flexibility, or elasticity
- Vibration and sound damping
- Thermal insulation
- Diffusion resistance factor (µ)
What kind of rubber and damping materials are there?
Cellular and hard rubbers
The used materials include EPDM, CR, SBR and NBR and their mixtures. The materials are available in several hardness and toughness grades. The material is chosen based on requirements and the intended application.
Heavy mats are used to dampen vibrations proceeding through structures and to improve soundproofing. The materials are available in rolls and sheets.
Our bitumen mats are high-quality damping mats. The right vibration damping materials are chosen based on the intended application, the thickness of the wall and other requirements.
Bitumen cardboards and multi-layer materials
Bitumen cardboards are suitable for vibration damping in thin structures. For thicker and more demanding applications, our layered structures are a great fit. Our selection contains numerous different varieties.
Our extensive selection of rubber mats has your needs covered regardless of the conditions. Purchase coin mats and TR mats directly from our warehouse or order them cut to specifications with a layer of thermal insulant, for example.