Viton Rubber Pads
Viton Rubber Pads – We manufacture a vast array of solid rubber pads in various material grades to best suit a particular application or environment.
Our experienced technical sales team are on hand to offer help and guidance on product selection along with material samples if required, this is supported by the most common material data sheets which are also available HERE.
Solid Rubber Pads are manufactured in the following grades;
- Commercial Rubber Pads
- Neoprene Rubber Pads
- EPDM Rubber Pads
- Nitrile Rubber Pads
- Viton Rubber Pads
- Silicone Rubber Pads
- Butyl Rubber Pads
- Natural Rubber Pads
- Polyurethane Rubber Pads
- Shotblast Rubber Pads
Most of the above products including Viton Rubber Pads can be manufactured in either plain or self adhesive backed.
Viton Rubber Pads offer the following qualities;
- Serviceable high temperature to 250 degrees C (intermittent 300 degrees C)
- Good flame resistance
- Resistant to Aliphatics, Hydrocarbons and Aromatic/Chlorinated chemicals
- Resistant to Acids
- Resistant to Alkalis
- Resistant to Oxygen
- Resistant to Ozone
- Resistant to Weather
- Good low temperature resistance -20 to -40 degrees C
- Poor performance to Ketones, Ethers and Bases
Quality control of Viton Rubber Pads
Advanced Seals & Gaskets Ltd operates a fully documented Quality Management System which controls our product quality including the quality of our Viton Rubber Pads. Our Quality System has been certified to ISO 9001 since 2003
Help with Viton Rubber Pads
If you would like to speak to a representative to discuss your specific application or requirements please call our sales office direct on 01384 469100, alternatively you can send an E-mail. Simply click on the link and forward us your details along with your question and we will contact you immediately.
Advanced Seals and Gaskets Ltd
Tel: 01384 252555
The information presented is based on the present level of knowledge and experience.
All information and recommendations contained in this publication are to the best of our knowledge. Since the conditions of use are beyond our control, users must satisfy themselves that products are suitable for the intended processes and applications.