EPDM rubber is a high density rubber primarily used for outdoor applications. It has dynamic and mechanical properties between natural rubber and synthetic rubber.
- Do not use EPDM if continual contact with petroleum based products is required.
- Not recommended for usage in food applications or those that are exposed to aromatic hydrocarbons.
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ASTM D-2000 Classification
Low Temperature Usage
-20° to -60° F | -29C to -51C
High Temperature Usage
Up to 350° F | Up to 177 C
Additional EPDM Properties
Benefits & Advantages
- Great for outdoor applications
- Stable in high and low temperatures
- Low electrical conductivity
EPDM's properties allow it to be a widely used, highly versatile, synthetic rubber in both specialty and general purpose applications.
Common EPDM Applications