It stands out for a unique combination of properties, which has led to its use in multiple applications in various environments.

Neoprene is a polymer that provides moderate oil and gasoline resistance. It has very good resistance to ozone and sunlight, excellent adhesion to fabric and metals. For use in bumpers, pads, flange applications and general sealing.

Temperature: 19,4ºF to 167ºF.
Tensile strenght: 711 psi.


It is the polymer of choice for applications that require resistance to oil and solvents. It has very good resistance to oil and gasoline, besides it has a wide range of service temperatures. It does not have good resistance to ozone, sunlight or weather.

Temperature: -22ºF to 248 ºF.
Tensile strength: 1000 psi.


It is a polymer that has properties similar to natural rubber, but superior. It has good abrasion resistance, excellent impact resistance and high tensile strength. It is a compound resistant to air, hot water, cold water and exteriors. It offers moderate to good performance against low pressure.

Temperature: -22ºF to 176 ºF.
Tensile strength: 500 psi.


The canvas reinforcement improves dimensional stability in applications of gaskets with high compression loads. Suitable for use in air, hot water, steam at low pressure. It is a material little resistant to oil. Excellent material for gaskets.

Temperature: -0,4ºF to 212 ºF.
Tensile strength: 1200 psi.


Able to withstand a wider temperature range than almost all other elastomers. Silicone has excellent tensile strength, elongation, compression fit and high temperature properties. It can withstand water and many chemicals, including some acids, chemical oxidants and ammonia. Resistant to ozone and sunlight.

Temperature: -76ºF to 428 ºF.
Tensile strength: 700 psi.


Made by using an organic material, it is a little more resistant to traction and is able to tolerate a higher temperature than synthetic rubber. It is mainly used in seals, drum pads, gaskets that require rebound and stretchability. It resists most organic salts, acids and ammonia.

Temperature: -22ºF to 140 ºF.
Tensile strength: 2133 psi.


It has excellent stretchability while still being strong enough to be elastic. The EPDM takes care of the harsh and moderate environments of the chemical and alkaline situations. It is very resistant to many chemicals.

Temperature: -13ºF to 284 ºF.
Tensile strength: 400 psi.


Some of the applications that present this material are the following: insulation, vibration damping, sound absorption, shock absorption, water seals and seals. Especially suitable for the manufacture of cut pieces, in a great variety of shapes.

Temperature: -22ºF to 176 ºF.
Tensile strength: 30 psi.


Made of aramid fiber, mineral fiber and inorganic loads under service conditions with neoprene. Designed to seal extreme pressure and temperature conditions in vapors, inert gases and others. The manufacture of gaskets is one of its main applications.

Temperature: 482 ºF.
Tensile strength: 30 psi.


These rugs can be easily cut to fit where needed. This product is able to help define trade routes and corridors. The applications of these products are as follows: airports, Anti-Slip protection, buses, catwalks, event catering, commercial vehicles, staging of concerts, construction sites, entrances or entrances, fishing boats, golf courses , Hotels, interior / exterior, corridor paths, among many others.

Temperature: -22ºFC to 176 ºF.
Tensile strength: 30 psi.