Neoprene rubber, commonly known as Chloroprene, is a solid rubber material with a good resistance to oils, chemicals, UV, ozone and weather conditions in general. With its excellent strength and abrasion properties, combined with a wide temperature range of between -35˚C and 125˚C (depending on the grade of rubber), Neoprene has the right characteristics to be used in a number of industrial applications, for example, for sealing gaskets to protect against the ingress of water and dust.
What are the advantages of specifying Neoprene rubber?
- Neoprene has good resistance to UV, ozone and general weathering conditions making it ideal for outdoor use
- It has good resistance to oils and chemicals
- Neoprene rubber is available in a selection of different grades, including commercial, BS (British Standard) and flame retardant specifications
- It is available in a wide variety of thicknesses
- We supply Neoprene rubber in sheet form for quick turnaround
- Neoprene sheets can be moulded or extruded to produce complex shapes to suit customer’s specifications
Neoprene rubber strip
We manufacture all Neoprene solid rubber strips in-house from our stock of roll rubber material
- We can strip roll material to your width requirements, providing this is a minimum width of 4mm
- Neoprene rubber strips can be manufactured in a range of lengths, both short and long
- At CB Frost, we have a range of adhesive tapes that are suitable for application to the back of Neoprene rubber. All Neoprene solid rubber strips can be produced as either plain or adhesive backed, depending on your requirements