EPDM

EPDM is a shortening of Ethylene-Propylene-Diene-Monomer. This is a gasketing material that retains its shape well for longer periods of time because of its good aging properties. The material is well suited for environments with extreme weather outside-conditions.
EPDM rubber is a UV-stabilized material which makes the material very ozone-resistant.
An EPDM is a good alternative for gaskets exposed to water, since the material retains its shape for a longer period of time compared to other rubber qualities.
The material can be sulphur- and peroxide cured with different benefits. A sulphur cured EPDM is soft, elastic, resilient and a more mechanical gasket material. The peroxide-cured EPDM is more pure and has better chemical and temperature resistance.
The material is available as a sheet or roll-material and can be molded or extruded into seal strips, bushings, cable-throughs, clips seals and O-rings.
The material comes in many different hardnesses to best suit your application.
In the rubber industry we speak of a shore/durometer-value. The most common hardness is around 65-70Sh, but is also available in 25-90Sh where softer or harder options are needed.

The material can be made with a wide set of classifications depending on the purpose of the gasket.
For food industry the EPDM can be obtained with an FDA-classification for gaskets in clean room and food industry products.
For drinking water products the material can be obtained in classifications such as; WRAS, WRC and ELL for seals in HVAC products such as pipe fittings, valves, water taps and heat pumps.
Cabseals EPDM may be obtained UL94 graded where fire-resistance is needed. UL94 is an American fire-classifications and used often in telecom products and enclosures.
The material is possible to obtain with a minimized electrical conductivity for electrical insulation and gasket solutions for electrical products.

EPDM rubber is most common in a black color but other colors can be obtained when gaskets and seals are molded.

Materials: EPDM, Chloroprene, Nitrile, SBR, Silicone, Viton®

Temperature range:  -60°C – 275°C

Hardness: 40 – 80 sh

Fire resistance: UL-94

Materials: EPDM, Chloroprene, Nitrile, SBR, Silicone, Viton®

Temperature range:  -60°C – 275°C

Hardness: 40 – 80 sh

Fire resistance: UL-94

Cellular Polyethylene (GC)

The material can be had in different densities that affects insulating properties and the softness.
GC means that the surface is coarse and the surface is usually a matter of preference.

Cellular Polyethylene (FC)

The material can be had in different densities that affects insulating properties and the softness.

Cellular Polyethylene UL94

The Firegraded cellular polyethylene is a popular choice in telecom and electronic industry.
A material we store in block form which means it can be easily split into any desired thickness.

Soft-Polyethylene

A very soft slow recovery PE-foam. That’s very suitable for sealing une