Sponge rubber beading, often referred to as sponge rubber gaskets or seals, is a type of sealing or gasket material made from sponge-like rubber. This material is designed to provide a cushioning or sealing function in various applications, and it is commonly used in industrial and automotive settings. Here are some key characteristics and uses of sponge rubber beading:
1. Material: Sponge rubber beading is typically made from various elastomeric materials, such as neoprene, EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), silicone, or natural rubber. These materials are known for their flexibility and resilience.
2. Sponge-like structure: The term "sponge" in its name refers to the material's cellular or foam-like structure. This structure allows the rubber to compress and deform, making it suitable for sealing irregular or uneven surfaces. The sponge structure also provides some cushioning and vibration damping properties.
3. Sealing and cushioning: Sponge rubber beading is used to create a seal between two surfaces, preventing the ingress of dust, moisture, gases, or other contaminants. It can also be used to dampen vibrations, reduce noise, or cushion against impacts.
4. Compression and flexibility: The sponge-like structure allows the rubber beading to compress and conform to the shape of the surfaces it's sealing against. This flexibility is particularly valuable in applications where a tight seal is required on irregular or curved surfaces.
5. Weather resistance: Depending on the specific rubber material used, sponge rubber beading can be resistant to various environmental factors, including UV exposure, extreme temperatures, and chemical exposure. EPDM, for example, is known for its excellent weather resistance.
6. Applications: Sponge rubber beading is used in a wide range of applications, such as automotive weatherstripping, door and window seals, gaskets for appliances, HVAC systems, and machinery. It's also used in the construction industry for sealing and insulation purposes.
7. Customization: Manufacturers often offer sponge rubber beading in various shapes, sizes, and profiles to meet specific application requirements. This allows for customization to fit the exact needs of a project.
When selecting sponge rubber beading for a specific application, it's important to consider factors such as material compatibility, temperature range, compression resistance, and sealing effectiveness. Choosing the right type and profile of sponge rubber beading ensures that it performs as expected and provides a reliable seal or cushioning effect.
|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Meter|
|Type of Beading||U Shape|
|Product Type||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Material||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Thickness||2 - 10 mm|
|Model Name/Number||Sponge Rubber Beading|
|Usage/Application||Sponge rubber beading is a versatile sealing and gasketing material that finds various applications|
|Features||Weather Resistance Sponge rubber beading, also known as foam rubber beading or gasketing, is a versa|
|Material Type||EPDM, NR/SBR|
|Size||2mmx5mm to 100mmx 100mm|
|Design||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Pressure||The "pressure" of sponge rubber beading is not a standard property like some of the other characteri|
|Weight||The weight of sponge rubber beading can vary widely depending on factors such as the type of rubber|
|Volume||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Working Range||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Quantity Per Pack||25 to 150Mtr/Packing|
|Voltage||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Packaging Type||in Coil with HDPE cover Sponge rubber beading is often used as a sealing or gasketing material in va|
|Surface Finishing||Sponge rubber beading, like other rubber and elastomer products, can undergo various surface finish|
|Inner Material||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Vehicle Model||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Is It Customised||Customisation|
|Elongation||Elongation refers to the percentage increase in the length of a material when it is subjected to a s|
|Hardness Shore||The hardness of sponge rubber beading refers to its resistance to indentation or deformation under a|
|Shore Hardness||The hardness of sponge rubber beading refers to its resistance to indentation or deformation under a|
|Tear Resistance||Tear resistance is a mechanical property that measures a material's ability to resist the propagatio|
|Temperature Deg Celsius||It seems like you've mentioned "temperature." Could you please provide more context or clarify your|
|Temperature Range||RUBBER BEADING 1. Solid Rubber Beading 2. Sponge Rubber Beading Rubber Beading Committed for|
|Tensile Strength||Tensile strength refers to the maximum amount of tensile (pulling) stress that a material can withst|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Sandhya Enterprises manufacture Sponge Rubber Sheet and profiles are suitable for a multitude of applications throughout industry. The softness, elasticity, surface finish, shape and durability of sponge rubber can be varied to match the requirements of virtually any application. Precision seals, soundproofing panels, flexible supports... the possibilities are endless. Take a look at our sponge rubber products and you will be amazed how versatile this material is. Our products are reliable and durable.
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What is sponge rubber?
Sponge Rubber Sheet differs from cellular rubber in that it is has a mixed open and closed cell structure. This rubber material has a high compression elasticity and good resilience. It is available as natural or synthetic rubber in forms such as chloroprene, EPDM, silicone, Buna or fluorine rubber.
The raw materials used bond particularly well with the special material structure of sponge rubber. At first glance, sponge rubber appears to have the same appearance as cellular rubber. Closer inspection will reveal the difference. Inside, sponge rubber has a mixed open and closed cell structure. Download data sheets now
Sponge Rubber Sheet Technical data
It differs from cellular rubber also in that it requires the addition of an outer skin if it is to be used for sealing applications. Sponge Rubber Sheet have a high compression elasticity combined with particularly good resilience. Under light pressure the profile flexes out to the surrounding surfaces making a perfect seal.
The softness of sponge rubber is varied by using special mixes and by varying its volume by weight, i.e. its density. There are two methods for manufacturing sponge
rubberSheet: Moulded sponge rubber Sheet
MaterialsFPM NR Natural rubber High elasticity, good stability under cold conditions. Processing Sponge Rubber Sheet moulded are vulcanised in heated metal moulds. During the vulcanising process, chemical cross-linking takes place and it is this feature which gives sponge rubber is rubbery elastic characteristics. Adding foaming agents creates the cell structure and the final shape of Sponge Rubber. The final shape depends of course on the production mould.
Extruded profiles, on the other hand are not shaped in a closed mould. They are formed by extrusion, that is by forcing a special rubber mixture through a nozzle or die which has the final shape of the finished profile. Vulcanising takes place outside the die at room temperature.
Sponge Rubber profiles are available in standard lengths as semi-finished products or as ready made parts custom-made to your shape and version requirements.