Butyl Rubber Sheeting

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Custom Butyl Rubber Sheeting

DLR Elastomer Engineering delivers top-of-the-line Butyl Rubber sheeting known for their excellent impermeability, flexibility, and resistance to weathering, heat and chemicals. Our high-quality products ensure you’re equipped with the best materials for your critical applications. Depending on your requirements, we can manufacture the sheets in various sizes and qualities, from 1mm to 20mm thick and in 5m to 20m rolls.

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Custom Rubber Sheeting Solutions

Butyl Rubber is a top-tier rubber material renowned for its superior resistance to high temperatures. It is crafted from a blend of monomers, namely, isobutylene & isoprene, forming an outstanding general-purpose rubber in diverse applications, including pond linings. Butyl sheeting stands out for its impressive chemical resistance, making it a popular choice in various industrial applications.

One of the unique characteristics of Butyl Rubber is its superior air impermeability, which is 70% better than most other rubbers, contributing to its common use in tyre tubes and tubeless tyre inner liners. Additionally, Butyl Rubber Sheeting is highly resistant to gases, ozone, ultraviolet light, chemicals, and weathering, making it versatile for various uses. The sheeting is also characterised by its smooth finish.

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What Are The Typical Applications Of Butyl Rubber?

Typical applications include:

  • Diaphragms
  • Gaskets
  • Inner tubes
  • Liners
  • O-rings
  • Pharmaceutical & Food
  • Rubber Seals
  • Speaker Surrounds
  • Bottle Closures

What Are the Properties of Hypalon Rubber?

  • Impermeability
  • Thermal Stability
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Flexibility and Durability
  • UV and Ozone Resistance
  • Low Rebound Property
  • Vibration Damping
  • Electrical Insulation

Why Choose DLR Elastomer For Your Custom Butyl Rubber Sheeting?

DLR Elastomer has been helping our clients with their rubber requirements since 1895. Our history and expertise show in our high standards, and we proudly comply with ISO14001 and ISO9001 standards. All our products are researched, designed, tested and manufactured here in the UK at our Leyland site, and we are proud to comply with the Made In Britain code of conduct.

All our custom rubber sheeting products are manufactured in-house, and our strict quality control protocols and attention to detail ensure that each client receives a premium product for their particular need. The team here at DLR Elastomer are ready and waiting to speak to you about your requirements, so get in touch today.

Butyl Rubber Sheeting FAQs

Butyl Rubber Sheeting is a high-quality rubber material known for its excellent gas and moisture impermeability, resistance to heat, weathering, and a broad range of chemicals. It is used in a variety of applications across multiple industries.

Butyl Rubber Sheets are used in a wide range of applications, including gaskets, seals, liners, and protective covers, especially in environments that require excellent air and moisture retention, as well as superior resistance to weathering and chemicals.

Butyl Rubber Sheeting is versatile and is used in a wide range of industries, including the automotive, pharmaceutical, construction, aerospace, and chemical processing sectors. It is particularly popular for applications that require a material with excellent gas and moisture impermeability, as well as superior resistance to heat and chemicals.

Certain grades of Butyl Rubber are indeed suitable for use in the food processing industry. However, it’s crucial to verify that the specific Butyl Rubber Sheeting you choose complies with the relevant food safety regulations.

Yes, one of the strengths of Butyl Rubber Sheeting is its excellent resistance to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, making it an ideal choice for outdoor applications.

Butyl Rubber has excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals, including acids, alkalis, and various corrosive substances, making it ideal for use in many industrial applications where chemical exposure is common.

Yes, Butyl Rubber exhibits good resistance to both high and low temperatures, maintaining its flexibility and stability even under extreme conditions.

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Since 1895 DLR has been combining expansive knowledge of materials, their properties, and processing techniques to develop bespoke mouldings and fabrications for many industry sectors. Our core services include moulding rubberrubber sheeting, Petrosealsand cast polyurethane products. If you have any questions about our products, our process or the materials we use get in touch today!

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