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EPDM Rubber (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) :

EPDM rubber is a versatile, high-density rubber with a fair tensile strength and resistance to chemicals and ozone. They are primarily used in outdoor activities. EPDMThey demonstrate excellent electrical insulation properties, making it suitable for HVAC parts.

  • Temperature range from -50°C to 170°C
  • Tensile strength ranges between 500 and 2500 PSI, elongate up to 6 folds
  • Good Resilience and Abrasion resistance
  • Ozone, ageing and weather resistant
  • Good adhesion with metals
  • Resistant to oils, organic and inorganic acids, and solvents like alcohols, ketones

Nitrile Rubber:

Nitrile rubber provides strong resistance to petroleum oils and heat aging. Nitrile rubber’s physical properties are subjective to the acrylonitrile content. Higher the acrylonitrile content, fuel resistance level gets higher compromising on the elasticity and compression resistance. NitrileIdeal material for the carburetor, aircraft hoses, seals.

  • Temperature ranges from -40°C to 120°C
  • It has very good abrasion resistance and metal adhesion.
  • Tensile strength ranges from 200 to 3000 PSI
  • Poor resistance to Ozone, aging weather, and sunlight
  • Excellent solvent resistance and tear resistance


Silicone, made from silicon, is a synthetic rubber compound with excellent resistance to difficult and extreme working conditions. Tensile strength, tear resistance, elongation properties of silicone are of exceptional quality compared to natural and conventional rubber compounds. SiliconeFurthermore, water repulsion and electricity resistant properties enhance the uses of silicone rubber in many industries.

  • Temperature ranges from -100°C to 250°C
  • It has very good abrasion resistance and metal adhesion.
  • Tensile strength ranges from 200 to 1500 PSI, elongate up to 7 folds
  • Excellent resistance to Ozone, aging weather, and sunlight
  • Poor solvent resistance and tear resistance


Viton is a form of Fluorocarbon rubber, used mainly in aerospace, automotive, chemical industries. It possesses high thermo-chemical resistance due to carbon-fluorine bonds and used to resist harsh chemicals and extreme conditions.

  • Temperature ranges from -20°C to 315°C
  • It has very good abrasion resistance and metal adhesion.
  • Tensile strength ranges from 500 to 2000 PSI, elongate up to 3 folds
  • Excellent resistance to Ozone, aging weather, and sunlight
  • Excellent solvent resistance and tear resistance

Natural rubber

Natural rubber is an elastomer or elastic hydrocarbon polymer, mainly derived from latex in the sap of rubber trees. This rubber latex undergoes vulcanization process to make it stronger and more elastic. Natural rubber has a high tensile strength, but moderate resistance to ozone, aging weather, and sunlight.

  • Temperature ranges from -50°C to 80°C
  • Tensile strength ranges from 500 to 3500 PSI
  • Excellent Abrasion resistance and Tear resistance
  • Poor solvent and oil resistance

PP – Polypropylene

PP is one of the plastics used in a wide variety of applications. The material is heat resistant and used in food packaging, laboratory equipment, automotive components etc. PP upholds its stiffness even at the low thickness, so it makes a cost-effective option for packaging materials. PolypropyleneIt is usually resistant to many chemical solvents and acids. It is tough, heat-resistant with low moisture absorption rate. Lightweight, non-toxic and non-staining material.

  • Tensile Strength – 4800 psi
  • Compressive Strength – 7000 psi
  • Hardness – R92
  • Melting temperature – 327°F
  • Dielectric strength – 500-660 V/mil

ABS – Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene is an oil-based thermoplastic, mainly used because of resistance to high temperatures. ABS is a strong, sturdy material with high tensile strength and stiffness and excellent impact resistance. ABS It has a high melting point, good chemical resistance, and dimensional stability.

  • Tensile strength – 6500 psi
  • Flexural strength – 11000 psi
  • Hardness – R105
  • Maximum operating temp – 140°F


A group of plastics called Polyamides is generally referred to as Nylon. There are different types of Nylon classified based on the amide groups. Most of the nylons are semi-crystalline with good heat and chemical resistance. NylonNylon tends to absorb moisture, increasing the impact resistance and flexibility. But it has an adverse effect on the strength and dimensional stability.

  • Tensile strength – 12000 psi
  • Compressive strength – 15000 psi
  • Hardness – R115
  • Melting temperature – 420°F
  • Dielectric strength – 500 V/mil

PBT – PolyButylene Terephthalate

Polybutylene Terephthalate is an engineering thermoplastic crystalline polymer. PBT is a type of polyester having excellent mechanical, electrical and thermal properties combined with good chemical resistance. The water absorption level is extremely low, increasing the dimensional stability. PBTVery good heat aging resistance and electrical properties make it as an insulator in electrical and electronics industry.

  • Tensile strength – 9400 psi
  • Compressive strength – 11000 psi
  • Hardness – R120
  • Maximum operating temp – 220°F
  • Dielectric strength – 410 V/mil

Poly Carbonate

Polycarbonate is one of the most widely used engineering thermoplastics in modern manufacturing. Polycarbonates are strong, tough thermoplastic with high dimensional stability and can maintain its rigidity even at high temperatures. It has optical quality transparency and high impact resistance. These excellent mechanical properties make it as an ideal material for safety helmets, riot shields, and compact discs.

  • Tensile strength – 9500 psi
  • Flexural strength – 13500 psi
  • Compressive strength – 12500 psi
  • Maximum operating temperature – 170°F


Delrin is an acetal thermoplastic, also known as polyoxymethylene thermoplastic. These plastics possess good dimensional stability and low moisture absorption. High strength and stiffness, with superior impact resistance and chemical resistance, make it ideal for many industrial applications.

  • Tensile strength – 11,000 psi
  • Compressive strength – 16000 psi
  • Hardness – M89/ R122
  • Melting temperature – 347°F
  • Dielectric Strength – 450V/mil