The EPDM (Ethylene-Propylene Diene Monomer) found in sheets and rolls for gaskets by Planix™ is a family of synthetic rubbers classified under group M according to DIN/ISO 1629. Its unique composition provides resistance to heat, atmospheric agents, aging, and seawater, making it an ideal material for applications requiring high performance in adverse environmental conditions.
Planix™ EPDM rubbers stand out for their exceptional resistance to heat, atmospheric agents (UV rays), aging, and seawater. These features make them ideal for situations requiring significant ozone resistance and temperature variations. Seals made with EPDM are particularly recommended for contact with low-concentration acids and solvents.
Planix™ EPDM is recommended for a wide range of applications, thanks to its properties of thermal resistance, resistance to atmospheric and chemical agents. It is particularly suitable for seals in contact with low-concentration acids and solvents, offering reliable performance even in challenging environmental conditions.
|Elongation at break||%||350|
|Hardness||Deegres||65 +/-5 SH|
|Compression Set (22 hrs at 70°C)||%||35|
|Temperature||°C||-40 to 120|
|Width (+/- 5%)||mm||1000 to 1500, related to the thickness|
|Lenght (+/- 5%)||m||1 to 10, related to the thickness|
|Thichness (+/- 5%)||mm||1 to 50|