Selecting the best elastomer for an application requires a thorough understanding of the end-use conditions and performance requirements. Rely on our material expertise for advanced rubber compounds that meet your unique demands. Our integrated production capabilities offer numerous benefits, including:

  • Control over all aspects of the material development process
  • Faster turnaround times 
  • High customization
  • Increased responsiveness
  • Superior quality

We can develop materials to meet most major industry standards including: AAMA, ASTM, DIN, FDA, JIS, NSF, MIL, Reach, RoHS, SAE, UL & more.

Our Materials


EPDM is a multipurpose rubber providing outstanding heat, ozone, resistance to weather and ageing, low conductivity, low compression and low temperature. EPDM may be used as an economical alternative to silicone and can last long before breaking apart, provided it is placed in the right setting. EPDM rubber is utilised for various automotive and HVAC applications, O-rings, and electrically isolated items.


The most common and cheapest elastomer in the sealing business is nitrile (known as NBR rubber and Buna-N). It is very resistant to petroleum oil, gasoline, water, alcohol, silicone and hydraulic fluids. Nitrile has a temperature range of -54 to +149 degrees Celsius and is well equilibrated with desired characteristics such as low compression, excellent abrasion resistance and high-stress strength. It is not recommended for automobile brake fluid, ketones, hydraulic phosphate ester fluids and nitrogenated or halogenated hydrocarbons.


Neoprene® is a generic elastomer since it is somewhat resistant to oil and weather. It is peculiar (ozone, UV, oxygen). For specific dissolution applications, it is thus uniquely suited if many other materials fail. Its compression is quite low, its strength and abrasion are excellent, and it’s flexible and resistant. Neoprene® has the same temperature range as nitrile and is frequently used to scrub coolants in air conditioning and cooling systems.


Styrene-butadiene rubber is a synthetic rubber with reduced cost, which provides strong resistance to abrasion, excellent impact strength, good resilience and high tensile strength. But SBR provides poor sun, ozone, steam and grease resistance. Tires and tyre products, automotive components and mechanical rubber are the primary use of styrene-butadiene rubber.


Fluoroelastomer is a material that can handle a variety of different uses. It provides excellent temperature stability from – 20°C to +205°C. Fluorolastomer’s drawbacks are that fluorinated solvents may dissolve, and it is bit expensive and can fail quickly if the incorrect grade is employed. It is one of the most popular elastomers used in sealing applications, including O-rings, gaskets and seals, along with nitrile.


The main component of a range of materials, whether synthetic or semi-synthetic, are plastics. It has resulted in its extensive use with its diverse feasibility and other features, notably its lightweight, long lastingness, flexibility and cheap production cost. However, choosing the right material for your purpose ensures it is durable and works as intended (proposed).

PVC, polyethene, ABS, and many additional materials are available to you. Although these are the materials most frequently utilized, we presently provide different bespoke materials to satisfy your specific needs and applications.

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