What are the types of rubber gaskets, and what are the differences between them?
Rubber pads are a kind of gaskets, which are divided into silicone pads, nitrile rubber pads, fluororubber pads, and other rubber pads. Of course, there are also corresponding rubber gaskets, silicone rubber gaskets, fluororubber gaskets and other rubber gaskets. Gaskets are introduced as follows: 1) Rubber gaskets NBR, SBR, CR, EPDM and other rubber gaskets have oil resistance, acid and alkali resistance, cold and heat resistance, aging resistance and other properties, and can be directly cut into various shapes of sealing gaskets. Widely used in medicine, electronics, chemical industry, antistatic, flame retardant, food and other industries. 2) The silicone rubber gasket has outstanding high and low temperature resistance, and maintains good elasticity in the temperature range of -70℃-+260℃. 3) Nitrile-butadiene rubber gasket (NBR): It is a polymer formed by emulsion copolymerization of butadiene and acrylonitrile. Nitrile rubber gaskets are known for their excellent oil resistance (but not media such as ketones, esters and chlorinated hydrocarbons). 4) Fluorine rubber gaskets are widely used in petroleum, chemical, aviation, aerospace and other sectors due to their various excellent properties. 5) Other rubber gaskets: Neoprene, natural rubber, EPDM, acrylate rubber and other special rubbers.