Extruded rubber products differ from molded rubber products based on how they’re made. Extruded parts are forced through a die of the required cross section under pressure of an extruder. These parts are often made with soft, unvulcanized rubber compounds that are fed into the extruder. The resulting extrusion leaves the rubber in a soft, pliable state. In this case, the finished extruded products will typically need to be vulcanized, or hardened, before they are rendered usable.
Material: EPDM rubber
Color: Black, any other colour is available
Hardness (Shore A)： 70 ±5 as standard or per request
Specific gravity: 1.2 to 1.35 g/cm³
Tensile strength: 10MPA
Temperature Range: -40 °F - 248 °F (-40°C - 120°C)
Tolerance: RMA Standard Cross-sectional Tolerance E2, or per request
Automobile, industrial electrical equipment, door and window
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