Corrugated rubber, like anti-oil rubber, has a black color. This rubber is one of the rubbers that is widely used for sealing and insulation. Corrugated rubber can withstand many pressures.
Foamed rubber called linen rubber sheet is available in three forms and shapes, including sealant, tape and sheet and with a width of 120 cm.
In general, all tires have excellent elastic and resilient properties and have good resistance to chemicals. Rubber sheets show good resistance to dangerous rays such as ultraviolet rays.
The most important advantages of corrugated rubber or linen rubber sheet are:
It transmits little heat.
Prevents corrosion of parts and controls pressures.
Withstands temperatures up to 150 ° C.
It has good flexibility in low heat.
It has dielectric properties and electrical insulation capability.
It is resistant to ultraviolet rays and dangerous rays.
Thermal tolerance of corrugated rubber is such that for more and longer use of corrugated rubber, we use it at a temperature of up to 70 ° C, but the maximum temperature range of this product is up to 150 ° C and the minimum temperature range of corrugated rubber 25- degrees Celsius.
Corrugated rubber is made of synthetic and natural fibers. Asbestos fibers are not a component of this product. The fibers used in corrugated rubber include synthetic fibers, linen and fiberglass.
The linen used in this rubber is made of natural and light fibers, which by adding it to the rubber, has caused mechanical resistance, better stability against abrasion, tension and endurance. Natural linen fibers can withstand temperatures up to 160 degrees Celsius, and of course It should be noted that flax fiber is the main material of corrugated rubber or linen rubber sheet.
With an overview of corrugated rubber, we will discuss its most important applications:
Insulation of windows and doors
Manufacture of sealing washers
Sealing in the car
Production of bumpers for the floor of workshops
Sealing water pipes
Making clothes to protect against chemicals
Corrugated rubber is 3 to 0.8 mm thick if it has one layer of fabric and 6 to 3 mm thick if it has two layers of fabric.