DESCRIPTION: Neoprene is a polymer that provides resistance from oil, weather, oxidation, and sunlight. Its chemically inert.
- Electrical insulation
- Car fan belts.
- Corrosion-resistant coatings
- It can also be used as a base for adhesives
- Used for noise isolation in power transformer installations
- As padding in external metal cases to protect the contents while allowing a snug fit
- Distinguished by the ASTM specification
- Style 10 – Commercial: A smooth finish general purpose compound with low temperature flexibility and oil resistance. Resists rotting, checking and cracking due to weather exposure, meets ASTM specifications for 1 BC Material.
- Style 12 – Matte Finish: Neoprene blended sheet with a matte finish on one side. It is free of talc and release solutions which make it excellent for applications that involve the use of pressure sensitive adhesives.
- Style 15 – 50% Neoprene: A premium blended sheet for applications requiring a higher percentage of neoprene. This formula resists weathering and has a wider temperature range than commercial neoprene
- FDA series Neoprene: Food and Drug Administration (US Government) approved neoprene sheets
- PSA-ready series Neoprene: These compounds are designed to be used with pressure sensitive adhesives.
- Neoprene heavy-gauge sheet: Available
- High grade commercial neoprene: 100% Neoprene base
- 5100 Series Neoprene: 51% Neoprene base
- 1300 Series Commercial Neoprene