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Nitrile Rubber Tube

Product Detail
  • Nitrile and BUNA-N tubing provided by Custom Advanced Connections can withstand a range of conditions in order to suit your specific application. Nitrile / BUNA-N is a copolymer of acrylonitrile and butadiene. It has excellent physical properties, however its claim to fame is based on its resistance to water, petroleum products and fuels. In the white formulation it is 3A rated. Useful temperature range is - 10 C to + 108° C
  • Size : As per customer requirement
  • Hardness : 40 to 8 Shore A
General Information Nitrile Rubber Neoprene Rubbe
Common Names Nitrile, Buna-N, NBR Neoprene
Chemical Names Acrylonitrile-butadiene polychloroprene
ASTM D-2000 Classification BF, BG, BK, CH BC, BE
Physical Properties Nitrile Rubber Neoprene Rubbe
Elongation 400% to 600% 100% to 800%
Hardness (Shore A) 35 to 90 15 to 95
Mechanical Properties Nitrile Rubber Neoprene Rubbe
Compression Set Good Good
Rebound Rating Good Fair to Very Good
Flex Cracking Resistance Good Good to Very Good
Abrasion Resistance Good to Excellent Very Good to Excellent
Tear Resistance Good Good
Impact Resistance Fair to Good Good to Excellent
Flame Resistance Poor Very Good to Excellent
Thermal Properties Nitrile Rubber Neoprene Rubbe
Minimum Service Temperature -30° C to - 50° C -30° C to -60° C
Maximum Service Temperature +100° C to + 140°C + 100° F to + 140° C
Environmental Resistance Nitrile Rubber Neoprene Rubbe
Weather Poor Good
Sunlight Poor Good to Very Good
Ozone Poor Good
Oxidation Good Good
Water Good to Excellent Excellent
Steam Fair Poor to Good
Gas Permeability Fair to Good Fair to Good
Chemical Resistance Nitrile Rubber Neoprene Rubbe
Generally Resistant To Gases, Aliphatic Hydrocarbon, Oils and Fuels Moderate chemicals and a fats, greases, and solvents
Generally Attacked By Ketones, Ozone, Sunlight, Aromatic Oil, Flame, Weather Esters, ketones, and chlorinitro hydrocarbons

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