Deesawala Rubber manufactures EPDM sheets, synthetic rubber with very inert chemical properties that offer excellent weathering resistance and good all-around performance, except with fuels and oils. We give you an overview of the advantages of EPDM sheeting below.
Deesawala brand EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) rubber sheets are widely used in various industries for their excellent weather resistance, heat resistance, and electrical insulation properties. Here are some general data and specifications for EPDM rubber sheets
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) rubber sheets are widely used in different industries for their excellent properties. Here are some common applications of EPDM sheets.
Pipeline Application Gaskets and Seals: EPDM sheets are commonly used to create gaskets and seals in water pipelines and automotive, machinery, and industrial applications. They provide excellent sealing properties and resistance to water, weathering, and chemicals.
EPDM Membrane Sheets: Deesawala Rubber Manufacturers EPDM Membrane sheets are used in roofing systems for their durability, weather resistance, and long-term performance. They can be used in flat, green, and other roofing applications.
Weatherstripping: EPDM sheets are used as weather stripping in doors, windows, and other openings to seal against air, water, and dust infiltration. They help improve energy efficiency and reduce noise transmission.
Electrical Insulation: EPDM sheets have excellent electrical insulation properties, making them suitable for electrical applications. They can be used as insulation for wires, cables, connectors, and electrical components.
Automotive Components: EPDM sheets are widely used in the automotive industry for various applications such as door seals, window seals, weatherstripping, engine gaskets, and vibration-dampening components. They provide excellent resistance to weathering, heat, and chemicals commonly found in automotive environments
Suitable for Expansion Joints: EPDM sheets are used in HVAC systems for applications such as ducting, gaskets, seals, and insulation. They can endure a diverse range of temperatures and exhibit excellent resistance to moisture and chemicals.
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning): EPDM sheets are used in construction and infrastructure projects for expansion joints. They can accommodate movements caused by thermal expansion and contraction while maintaining a watertight seal.
Marine Applications: Deesawala EPDM sheets are used in marine environments for applications such as hatch seals, gaskets, and fender strips. They provide resistance to water, weathering, and UV exposure.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET FOR EPDM RUBBER MATERIAL FOR RUBBER SHEET
TDS NO.: DEESA-01
POLYMER: EPDM Rubber
COLOR : BLACK
APPERANCE : SMOOTH
FOR SIZE : As per Customer Specs
|SL. No.||Description||Unit||Specified Value||Test Method||Analysis Report|
|1.||Hardness||IRHD/Shore A||60±5||ISO 48||59 – 64|
|2.||Tensile Strength||MPa||9 Min.||ISO 37||10.5 – 11.2|
|3.||Elongation at break||%||300 Min||ISO 37||400 – 500|
|a)||At 70 ± 2°C for 24 hrs||%||20 Max||ISO 815||11.15 – 12.5|
|b)||At 23 ± 2°C for 72 hrs||%||12 Max||ISO 815||9.40 – 10.20|
|c)||At -10 ± 2°C for 72 hrs||%||50 Max||ISO 815||40.50 – 42.5|
|5.||Ageing at 70 ± 2°C for 7 days||ISO 188|
|a)||Change in Hardness||IRHD/Shore A||-5/+8||ISO 48||+2 to +3|
|b)||Tensile Strength change||%||-20 Max||ISO 37||-3.10 to -2. 20|
|c)||Elongation Change||%||-30 / +10||ISO 37||-5 .15 to -3. 25|
|6||Volume change in water at 70 ± 2°C for 7 days||%||-1 / +8||ISO 1817||1.80 – 1.90|
|7||Stress Relaxation at 23°C for 7 Days||%||15 Max||ISO 3384||9.10|
|8||Stress Relaxation at 23°C for 100 Days||%||22 Max||ISO 3384||15.25|
|9||Ozone Resistance at 50 pphm, 40°C for 48hrs||Visual||No Crack||ISO 1431-1||No Crack|
Note: The above results are conforming to EN 681-1: 1996 and ISO 4633 current standards