NBR rubber Diaphragm sheeting

NBR rubber diaphragm sheeting is a specialized type of rubber sheet material designed specifically for use in diaphragm applications. Diaphragms are flexible, elastomeric membranes used to create a separation or seal between two chambers while allowing for movement or transfer of pressure between them.

Key characteristics of NBR rubber diaphragm sheeting include:

1. Flexibility: NBR rubber is inherently flexible, allowing diaphragms made from this material to deform and flex in response to changes in pressure or movement.

2. Elasticity: NBR rubber diaphragms exhibit excellent elasticity, enabling them to return to their original shape after being stretched or compressed.

3. Chemical Resistance: NBR rubber has good resistance to oils, fuels, greases, and many other chemicals, making it suitable for use in applications where exposure to these substances is common.

4. Temperature Resistance: NBR rubber diaphragm sheeting can withstand a wide range of temperatures, typically from -40°C to 120°C (-40°F to 248°F), depending on the specific grade and formulation.

5. Durability: NBR rubber diaphragms are durable and resistant to abrasion, tearing, and weathering, ensuring long-term performance in demanding environments.

NBR rubber diaphragm sheeting finds applications in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, chemical processing, oil and gas, and manufacturing. Common uses include actuators, pumps, valves, pressure regulators, and other fluid control devices where reliable sealing and pressure regulation are essential. These diaphragms can be fabricated to meet specific size, thickness, and performance requirements for different applications.

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