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  • General Charcteristic

    Durometer Range (Shore A)


    Tensile Range (P.S.I / MPA )

    200-3000 / 1.4-20.5

    Elongation (Max %)


    Compression Set


    Resilience – Rebound


    Abrasion Resistance


    Tear Resistance


    Solvent Resistance

    Good to Excellent

    Oil Resistance

    Good to Excellent

    Low Temperature Usage (C°)

      -35° to -40°

    High Temperature Usage (C°)

     Up to 120°

    Aging Weather – Sunlight


    Adhesion to Metals

    Good to Excellent

    Nitrile rubber is a copolymer of butadiene and acrylonitrile (ACN). The butadiene segment of nitrile allows for the compounds elasticity and low temperature flexibility. It also contains the ‘unsaturated’ double bond that becomes the site for cross-linking during vulcanization. This unsaturated double bond will also be the main attack site chemicals, heat, and oxidation.

    The second segment of nitrile rubber, acrylonitrile, accounts for the compounds fuel and oil resistance as well as its hardness, abrasion resistance, and tensile strength. By increasing the acrylonitrile content of a compound, better heat resistance and gas impermeability can be achieved. The ACN content of Nitrile rubber material can range from 18% to 45% with a general purpose nitrile compound usually containing around 34%. By selecting an elastomer with the appropriate acrylonitrile content in balance with its other properties, we are able to use nitrile rubber in a wide variety of applications depending on individual needs.

    Nitrile (Buna-N) is a general purpose oil resistant polymer, with good solvent, oil, water and hydraulic fluid resistance. Additionally, Nitrile rubber exhibits a good compression set, abrasion resistance, and tensile strength. Nitrile should not be used in applications involving highly polar solvents such as acetone, MEK, ozone, chlorinated hydrocarbons and nitro hydrocarbons.

    Nitrile rubbers material properties make it an excellent solution for sealing applications. The popularity of nitrile material results from its excellent resistance to petroleum products and its ability to be compounded for service of temperatures up to 120°C. With these temperature resistances, the right nitrile rubber compounds can withstand all but the most severe automotive applications. Other applications that benefit from nitrile rubbers properties which can be custom compounded and molded include:

    • Oil resistant applications
    • Low temperature applications
    • Automotive, marine and aircraft fuel systems
    • Nitrile roll covers
    • Hydraulic hoses
    • Conveyer belting
    • Nitrile tubing