Nitrile NBR oil resistant rubber is mostly used where high oil resistance is required, as in automotive seals, gaskets, or other items subject to contact with hot oils. From the oil resistant rubber NBR sheeting are made technical articles of any type: tubes, membranes, rubber and rubber/metal spring elements, motor suspensions.
Resistance to aromatic hydrocarbons is better than that of neoprene but not as good as that of polysulfide. NBR sheeting has excellent resistance to mineral and vegetable oils, but relatively poor resistance to the swelling action of oxygenated solvents such as acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, and other ketones. It has good resistance to acids and bases except those having strong oxidizing effects. Resistance to heat aging is good, often a key advantage over NR.
Nitrile Rubber (NBR)
Nitrile Rubber (NBR), also known as Buna-N, is one of the most commonly used oil-resistant sealing elastomers doe to its resistance to petroleum-based fuels and lubricants and its relatively low price. Nitrile elastomers are copolymers of acrylonitriles and butadiene. There are a number or common variations of nitrile compounds.
The acrylonitrile (CAN) content of the polymer chains can vary from 18% ..
Oil resistant rubber (NBR) 65 Shore - 7 - 8Mpa
Our oil resistant 65 Shore A nitrile rubber is a black premium grade, NBR - Nitrile Rubber sheet, which has petroleum based fuel and oil resistance, including petrol, diesel and LPG. It is also resistant to mineral oils and greases and gas permeability.
Premium Nitrile rubber 65° Shore A has good physical properties including mechanical strength and moderate temperature and chemical resistance, making it suitable for indus..
Oil resistant rubber (NBR) 65 Shore - 5 Mpa
Nitrile butadiene rubber is a group of synthetic copolymer rubber (acrylonitrile – butadiene). It is oil resistant, but is poor atmospheric agents resistance. Uses - sealing machines, where we are dealing with oils, as sealing gaskets or as floor coverings in mechanical workshops.
Nitrile rubber is one of the most commonly used rubber material. This is due to Nitrile's compatibility with most environments as well as it's rela..