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4 Notable Reasons Why You Should Use Neoprene Strips

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The first ever mass-produced synthetic rubber, neoprene is still widely used for different purposes today. If you're fond of do-it-yourself projects, then this is the kind of material you should work with.

Coruba's rubber strips come in different materials – including neoprene. If you're wondering why should rely on this material, then take a look at some of its unrivalled qualities:

Waterproof

Weather stripping is commonly used when climate and moisture conditions are a concern. Naturally waterproof, neoprene is ideal for the process – it doesn't lose its form when wet.

UV-Resistant

With its moderate resistance to UV rays, neoprene is suitable for outdoor use – e.g. on kennels, hutches and roofing applications, etc.

Chemical-Resistant

Neoprene products are also ideal for a number of industrial applications due to the material’s high resistance to hydrogen gas, acetic acids (up to 20%), ammonium salts, mineral oils and a whole lot more. This feature is also responsible for hyping up elastomer for mainstream use.

Easy to Handle

Lightweight and easily manipulated, neoprene rubber strips can be freely cut to suit your preferences. They also afford the necessary qualities for various projects since they come in many different forms.

Coruba’s Rubber Strips

Available in the following materials, our extensive range of rubber strips isn’t limited to standard sizes only; it can be tailored to meet your needs and requirements:

  • Natural rubber
  • SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber)
  • Neoprene
  • Nitrile
  • Viton®
  • EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer)
  • Hypalon®
  • Silicone
  • Butyl

For more details regarding our rubber strips and other products, please call 01702 811 791 and we’ll be happy to discuss your requirements!



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