Compound Selection: Blended Materials and Distinctive Polymers; Elasto Proxy Announces Downloadable E-Book for Seal Designers and Technical Buyers

Elasto Proxy, supplier of specialty seals and custom insulation, announces new technical resource that examines silicone-EPDM blends and differences between sponge rubber and foam rubber. Compound Selection: Blended Materials and Distinctive Polymers is downloadable e-book that helps seal designers and technical buyers to select the right rubber materials for industrial and commercial applications.

Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

Elasto Proxy, supplier of custom seals and specialty rubber products, is announcing a new e-book about blended rubber materials and the differences between sponge and foam rubber. Compound Selection: Blended Materials and Distinctive Polymers is free to download and available in PDF format. Topics include blending silicone and EPDM rubber, how sponge rubber is made, and how foam rubber is made.

For over 25 years, Elasto Proxy has supplied specialty sealing solutions to markets such as automotive, construction, defense, electronics, food and medical equipment, green power, mass transit, and mobile specialty vehicles. With its long history of solving sealing challenges, Elasto Proxy has applied its industry knowledge and technical expertise to produce this informative resource.

How to Choose the Right Rubber

As Elasto Proxy’s new e-book explains, the consequences of choosing the wrong rubber can be expensive. Blending long-chain polymers is challenging, but compounders can impart the best characteristics from constituent materials such as EPDM and silicone rubber. Depending on the application, however, buyers may need polymers that are not blended with other materials.

To order the right rubber, seal designers and technical buyers also need to know what materials are called. The terms “foam rubber” and “sponge rubber” are often used interchangeably, but these materials have different properties. For safety-related applications, selecting the right rubber material may also mean meeting requirements for flame, smoke, and toxicity (FST).

Click here to download Compound Selection: Blended Materials and Distinctive Polymers.

About Elasto Proxy

Elasto Proxy designs and custom fabricates specialty seals, thermal and acoustic insulation, vibration dampening products and materials, EMI shielding, and other high-quality rubber and plastic parts. By listening to all of your requirements and analyzing all of your needs, Elasto Proxy’s solutions providers can recommend solutions that are right for your application.

Media Contact:
Megan Beaulieu
Executive Support
Elasto Proxy Inc.
4035 Lavoisier Street
Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada
J7H 1N1
mbeaulieu(at)elastoproxy(dot)com

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Ph: (450) 434-2744


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