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PRODUCT FEATURE: Coru210

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Fortified with outstanding properties, the Coru210 Black High Temperature Hypalon® Rubber 65° shore is a high quality Hypalon® sheeting that is popularly used in construction, electrical, chemical and automotive industries.

Hypalon® Defined

Manufactured by and under the registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomers, Hypalon® (CSM) is a chlorosulfonated polyethylene synthetic rubber that is known to resist extreme wear and tear. Hypalon® also comes in different grades to meet specific applications and requirements; namely solid elastomeric vulcanised applications, unvulcanised applications and solution coating applications.

A common material in rubber industries, Hypalon® boasts the following features:

  • Superb ozone and weather resistance
  • Excellent heat resistance
  • Resistance to aggressive chemicals
  • Electrical insulating properties
  • Low flammability characteristics
  • Oil and solvent resistance

Coru210’s Distinct Features

Our very own Coru210 is a high temperature rubber sheeting with a 65° shore. Made with Hypalon®, it has outstanding resistance to chemicals and oils at high and low temperatures.

Available in a variety of thicknesses ranging from 1.5mm up to 6mm, the Coru210 can withstand a temperature range of -30° C to +180° C. It comes in a range of sheet sizes (1.4m wide in 10m or 20m rolls) and has a tensile strength of 5.0 Mpa and an elongation at break value of 350.

Uses and Applications

  • Automotive - in the form of hoses, machine parts and coatings
  • Electrical and Construction - electric cable jacketing, floor tiles, flexible tubes and escalator handrails
  • Diaphragms and linings for chemical processing equipment

Coruba supplies Hypalon® and other kinds of rubber sheeting products. For more information, you may contact us on 01702 811 606.



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