Neoprene Rubber Pad


Neoprene Rubber Pad

Our Neoprene Rubber pad is made from high-quality rubber material which is widely used in bridges, low to high-rise buildings, dams, and other related construction projects. A neoprene bearing pad’s primary function is to lessen the vibration of structures because it minimizes the movement caused by environmental changes like the weather, traffic density, and other factors that may affect the superstructures’ substantial activity. Having a high-quality neoprene bearing pad is a must when building a foundation of any structure because it supports components by absorbing vertical and horizontal loads.

The Neoprene pad offers a number of benefits which includes:

  • Reduced noise and vibration
  • Elimination of metal-to-metal contact
  • Extended lifespan of the structure or bridge
  • Reduced maintenance costs

Neoprene Rupper Pad Manufactuers and Supplier

Deesawala Rubber Industries is one of India’s leading manufacturer and exporter of Neoprene Rubber Pads which is used extensively in bridge structures, prestressed and precast concrete buildings, industrial machinery and heavy equipment applications. The Neoprene pads which we manufacture are designed as per IRC : 83 (part 2) - 1987

Neoprene Rubber Pad Neoprene Bearing Pads

Technical data sheet for Neoprene Rubber Pads

SL. No. Description Unit Specified Value Test Method Analysis Report
1. Hardness IRHD/Shore A 65+/-5 ISO 48 58
2. Tensile Strength MPa 9 Min. ISO 37 10.5 – 11.2
3. Elongation at break % 300 Min ISO 37 400 – 500
4. Compression Set
(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.

Specifications of Neoprene Rubber Pads

Elastomer Finish Color Durometer (Shore A) Typical Tensile (minimum) psi Ultimate Elongation (% min) Temperature Range
Neoprene Smooth Black 50 ±5 2250 400 (-40°F to +200°F) (-40°C to +93°C)
Neoprene Smooth Black 60 ±5 2250 350 (-40°F to +200°F) (-40°C to +93°C)
Neoprene Smooth Black 70 ±5 2250 300 (-40°F to +200°F) (-40°C to +93°C)
Natural Smooth Black 50 ±5 2250 400 (-40°F to +200°F) (-40°C to +93°C)
Natural Smooth Black 60 ±5 2250 350 (-40°F to +200°F) (-40°C to +93°C)
Natural Smooth Black 70 ±5 2250 300 (-40°F to +200°F) (-40°C to +93°C)
OFFICE ADDRESS: 5-5-65/S-12A, S.A. Trade Center Ranigunj ‘X’ Road Secunderabad Telangana 500003 India
+91-8447825453+91-9885634132+91-9041421442Mon - Sat, 9am - 7pm
murtaza@deesawalarubber.comvaibhav@deesawalarubber.comWe reply within 24 hours