Description: Style AG60EPPC is a 60 durometer peroxide cured EPDM gasketing material designed for applications that require a solid rubber material suitable for outdoor environments that require a higher temperature than our commercial grade (AG60EPCG) offers. 60 durometer peroxide cured EPDM has a service temperature of -60°F to +300°F, which allows the material to provide exceptional heat and aging stability. Style AG60EPPC also gives users a strong compression set at these higher temperatures. A unique feature of 60 durometer peroxide cured EPDM is that most peroxides do not bloom, which means this material will offer better color control and stability. Known by the chemical name ethylene propylene, Style AG60EPPC is formulated to meet the ASTM D2000 M4CA 610 A25 B35 C32 EA14 F19 standard.
Atlantic Gasket’s peroxide cured EPDM is available in a wide range of durometers, ranging from as soft as 40 Durometer (AG40EPPC) to as hard as 80 Durometer (AG80EPPC) with standard durometers in between. Style AG60EPPC is available in the color black and can be manufactured in a wide range of standard thicknesses, ranging from as thin a 1/64" to as thick as 1/4", with custom thicknesses available upon request. 60 durometer peroxide cured EPDM has a smooth finish and can be converted into rolls ranging from as narrow as 1/4 wide up to 48" in width. Additional widths can be manufactured upon request. Atlantic Gasket has the ability to fabricate 60 durometer peroxide cured EPDM by die-cutting or waterjet cutting to meet your prototype and production requirements.
ASTM D2000 M4CA 610 A25 B35 C32 EA14 F19
|Physical Property||Unit of Measure||Typical Values|
|DUROMETER||SHORE A||60 +/- 5|
|TENSILE STRENGTH||psi||1450 (min)|
|General Characteristics of EPDM Rubber:|
|Dilute Acid Resistance||Outstanding|
|Resistance to Oil and Gasoline||Poor|
|Resistance to Water Absorption||Excellent|
|Resistance to Oxidation||Excellent|
|Resistance to Ozone||Outstanding|
|Resistance to Sunlight Aging||Outstanding|
|Solvent Resistance – Oxygenated (Ketones, etc.)||Excellent|
|Resistance to Chlorinated Hydrocarbons||Poor|
This information is furnished as a guide for selecting materials. Atlantic Gasket Corp. disclaims liability for results or use of this information. It is the customer’s responsibility to obtain and test samples when determining suitability of material for a particular application.
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