Description: Style AG80NECG is a 80 durometer commercial grade neoprene gasketing material designed for use in a wide variety of applications which require a general purpose solid rubber elastomer. Known by the chemical name chloroprene, 80 durometer commercial grade neoprene provides good weathering and ozone resistance for your gasketing applications. Style AG80NECG is made from Neoprene (13%) and a blend of other elastomers and has a service temperature of -30°F to +200°F.
Atlantic Gasket’s commercial grade neoprene is available in a wide range of durometers, ranging from as soft as 40 Durometer (AG40NECG) to as hard as 80 Durometer (AG80NECG) with standard durometers in between. Style AG80NECG is available in the color black and can be manufactured in a wide range of standard thicknesses, ranging from as thin a 1/32" to as thick as 1/4", with custom thicknesses available upon request. 80 durometer commercial grade neoprene 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 are available upon request. Atlantic Gasket has the ability to fabricate 80 durometer commercial grade neoprene by die-cutting or waterjet cutting to meet your requirements from the design stage through the production phase.
|Physical Property||Unit of Measure||Typical Values|
|DUROMETER||SHORE A||80 +/- 5|
|TENSILE STRENGTH||psi||700 (min)|
|General Characteristics of Neoprene Rubber:|
|Dielectric Strength||Very Good|
|Dilute Acid Resistance||Excellent|
|Resistance to Oil and Gasoline||Good|
|Resistance to Water Absorption||Good|
|Resistance to Oxidation||Very Good|
|Resistance to Ozone||Very Good|
|Resistance to Sunlight Aging||Very Good|
|Solvent Resistance – Oxygenated (Ketones, etc.)||Poor to Fair|
|Resistance to Chlorinated Hydrocarbons||Poor|
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