There are many different 'rubber' material types available (see list below) but based on our experience we narrow the range to those highlighted below which can satisfy 97% of AV mount requirements. If in doubt about suitability for any particular environment or application, please call our tech sales department.
In most applications natural rubber provides the best solution in view of its inherent strength, abrasion and tear resistance. It is also available in a wide range of hardnesses providing for different propoerties with in a constant shape/size envelope.
|ASTM Classification||Common Name||Chemical Name|
|BIIR||Bromobutyl rubber||Brominated poly (isobutylene-isoprene)|
|CIIR||Chlorobutyl rubber||Chlorinated poly (isobutylene-isoprene)|
|ECO||Epichlorohydrin copolymer||Poly (epichlorohydrin-ethylene oxide)|
|EPDM||EPDM rubber||Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer)|
|EPM||EP rubber||Poly (ethylene-propylene)|
|FKM||Fluoroelastomer||Poly fluoro compounds|
|GPO||Polyether||Poly (propylene oxide-allyl glycidyl ether)|
|HNBR||Hydrogenated nitrile rubber||Hydrogenated poly (butadiene-acrylonitrile)|
|IIR||Butyl rubber||Poly (isobutylene-isoprene)|
|MQ||Silicone rubber||Poly (dimethylsiloxane)|
|NBR||Nitrile rubber||Poly (butadiene-acrylonitrile)|
|PMQ||Silicone rubber||Poly (oxydimethyl silylene)|
|PVMQ||Silicone rubber||Poly (polyoxymethylphenylsilylene)|
|SBR||Styrene Butadiene Rubber|
|VMQ||Silicone rubber||Poly (methylphenyl-siloxane)|
If you cannot find a suitable product by searching through our website, please send an enquiry with as much information as you have. We may already have a solution.
We specialise in all aspects of vibration and shock isolation using different rubber based materials, metals, springs, wire cable etc.
In addition to our extensive range of standard products, our services include bespoke design, manufacture and testing to suit demanding customer requirements.