Our Viton® (FKM) rubber sheet material is extremely versatile and can be used in a wide variety of applications. In fact, the tensile strength of Viton FKM makes it an excellent choice for industrial machineries such as conveyor belts, marine, and shipbuilding equipment, valve components, seals, gaskets, and mechanical seals
Neoprene Rubber Sheet Material
Neoprene is a synthetic rubber polymer that is created through the polymerization of chloroprene. The name Neoprene is a registered trademark of DuPont. Additional proprietary names include Hypalon and Zytel, which are sometimes used by other manufacturers.
Neoprene is used in a wide range of applications, including in the automotive industry, construction, and engineering industries as well as a variety of other sectors.
Neoprene rubber sheet material is extremely versatile and can be used in a wide variety of applications. In fact, its high resistance to ozone makes Neoprene an excellent choice for use in marine components.
Non-asbestos Sheet Material
The non-asbestos sheet material is used in a wide variety of applications including gaskets, sealants, and packing. Non-asbestos sheeting is an excellent choice for use in FDA-regulated industries such as food processing due to its resistance to certain chemicals (such as alkalis) and high heat.
PTFE (Hard) Sheet Material
PTFE (sometimes called Teflon) is a very popular material for use in a wide variety of applications. The hard form of PTFE sheeting has uses in valve stems, gaskets, and mechanical seals due to its high chemical resistance. These sheets are an excellent choice for use in a variety of baking, cooking, and frying applications due to the non-stick properties of PTFE.
PTFE (soft) is also used in many electrical devices as an insulating material. Its extremely low coefficient of friction makes it an efficient conductor.
Expanded (ePTFE) Sheet Material
Expanded (ePTFE) is an extremely popular material for use in sealing, gaskets, and mechanical seals due to its high-temperature resistance. Heat transfer through ePTFE is approximately one-tenth that of steel. ePTFE is also an excellent choice for use in the food industry due to its resistance to a wide variety of chemicals including acids, bases, and salts.
For more information on how Viton FKM rubber sheet material can be used in your industry contact Gorilla Gasket today. If you do not see what you are looking for, please contact us at (770) 623-3400. We will be glad to assist you in selecting the right material for your application.