Ethylene-propylene-diene Rubber (EPDM)

EPDM is a terpolymer of ethylene, propylene, and non-conjugated diene. Its main characteristics are superior resistance to oxidation, good ozone and erosion resistance, and excellent electrical insulation properties. Since EPDM rubber belongs to the polyolefin family, it has excellent vulcanization properties, and has the lowest specific gravity among all rubbers. EPDM can absorb a large amount of fillers and oils without affecting the characteristics. Therefore, a low-cost rubber compounding can be produced.
Excellent resistance to water vapor and superheated water
Excellent aging, ozone and light stability
Temperature resistance –40°C to +150°C
High strength
Good elongation at break
Extremely high wear resistance
Automotive industry: sealing strips, radiator hoses, sheaths, air conditioning hoses, hoses, etc ;
Construction industry: plastic sports fields, waterproof membranes, sealing strips, pipe seals, waterproof membranes, etc;
Electronic and electrical industry: cables, insulation pads, electronic insulation sheaths, etc ;