Natural rubber was originally derived from latex found in the sap of rubber trees. The purified form of natural rubber can also be produced synthetically. Natural rubber is an ideal polymer for dynamic or static engineering applications.
Low Temperature Usage: -20° to -60° F | -29° to -51°C
High Temperature Usage: Up to 175° F | Up to 80°C
Tensile Range (P.S.I): 500-3500
Elongation (Max %): 700
Durometer Range (Shore A): 20-100
Abrasion Resistance: Excellent
Tear Resistance: Excellent
Solvent Resistance: Poor
Oil Resistance: Poor
Adhesion to Metals: Excellent
Aging Weather - Sunlight: Poor
Resilience - Rebound: Excellent
Compression Set: Excellent
Caution: Natural Rubber is not recommended for applications where the rubber part will be exposed to ozone, oils or solvents.