EPDM Gaskets

EPDM gaskets are often used in weather seals, and as a source of noise reduction in the automotive industry. EPDM rubber is an excellent source for rubber gaskets and sealing against atmospheric conditions such as sunlight, ozone, wind and rain. EPDM gaskets can withstand temperatures ranging from -40°C to 120°C.

EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) rubber gaskets are recommended for service to resist animal and vegetable oils, ozone, strong and oxidizing chemicals.

EPDM Gaskets are used in sealing environments that are not exposed to petroleum oils, gasoline, kerosene, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons, halogenated solvents, and concentrated acids petroleum oils or dilutions of hydrocarbons, di-ester base lubricants, or high concentrations of chlorine or sodium hypochlorite. 

EPDM Gaskets have excellent tear and abrasion resistance and is chemically resistant to a large variety of acids, alkalis, alcohol, and oxidants. 

 

 

Gaskets made of EPDM rubber are recommended for:

 

 

  • phosphate ester base hydraulic fluids,
  • water,
  • silicone oils and greases,
  • dilute acids, dilute alkalis, ketones,
  • alcohol’s and automotive brake fluids.

 

Applications:

irrigation, water treatment, commercial swimming pool / water features, select industrial, process piping, chilled water systems, and more. 


EPDM gaskets

EPDM gaskets

EPDM is most often specified for it's ozone resistance. If your gasket will be outdoors and exposed to temperatures between -40 C and 120 C the EPDM gasket is a great choice. Description: Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM): EPDM gaskets are made of a black plate finish sheet with superior resistance to weathering, ozone and UV exposur..

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