CR (Néoprène®) rubber sheet

CR or Chloroprene Rubber, commonly known as Neoprene®, was the best option to manufacture products that are to be in contact with oils and fuels in the past.  Nowadays, Neoprene® is considered to have a moderate resistance to these components.

However, Chloroprene Rubber can be considered a mix solution as it has better resistance to a diverse source of degrading agents (like oil, ozone, chemicals and heat) than Natural Rubber. Instead Neoprene® presents lower physical properties.

In spite of the physical properties, Neoprene® has a perfect airtightness, therefore it is widely used in the manufacture of inflatable structures of all sort. Its resistance to fire is also excellent, and can be presented in self-extinguishing formulations if required.

General Propertiesmin - max
Hardness ShA30 - 90 ShA
Hardness IRHD30 - 90 IRHD
breaking strength8 - 20 MPa
elongation at break100% - 900%
Thickness0,10mm - 15mm
Continuous Temperature-35 C° - 95C°
Point Temperature-35 C° - 105C°


Acids resistance
UV resistance
Water resistance
Isolation to radiation
  • Protective bellows

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