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NEOPRENE rubber gaskets DelhiNeoprene rubber gaskets (otherwise known as polychloroprene) exhibit good chemical inertia, and are commonly used in electrical installations and weather sealing applications.Neoprene has good resistance to ozone and sunlight. It does not support combustion, but self extinguishes. It has a resistance to oils, and is ideally used in temperatures ranging from -20 C to +110 C.

Neoprene, which is also known as “polychloroprene,” is a type of synthetic rubber produced by the polymerization of chloroprene. The fact that Neoprene resists the likes of ozone, sunlight, oxidation and many petroleum derivatives, makes it one of the most used gasket material commonly used in electrical installations and weather sealing applications.

New Age Scaffolding,Delhi, is not only a leading manufacturer and distributor of asbestos free cut gaskets to the whole of India, we also keep stocks of NBR / NEOPRENE rubber gaskets.

Invented in 1930 by DuPont scientists, neoprene is also resistant to twisting and flexing damages.Being impermeable, this also works as a tight barrier to prevent the escaping of gases or liquids.

For more information about Neoprene gaskets or any related queries, please feel free to get in touch with us.

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