Description: the rubber fabric, rubber diaphragm are made with different fabrics and rubber materials on special rotocure machine. Different nylon fabric, polyester fabric, EP fabric, glassfiber fabric and aramid fabric coad all kinds of rubber material of hypalon, nitrile, neoprene, silicone, fluorubber etc. Hypalon resistant weather and water, rugged and yet are lightweight and easy to handle for inflatable boats, neoprene resistant acid alkaline, nitrile resistant oil, silicone and FKM resistant high heat, corrosion - resistant colorful coated fabrics are used for hatch and boat covers, radomes, inflated structures, and are ideal for quality awnings, boating garb, convertible tops and other consumer products. Apply to produce all kinds of inflatable boats, rafts, life-float, high-speed train, bus, rubber diaphragm, rubber gasket and other special purpose.
material: coated hypalon, neoprene, nitrile, silicone, fluorubber etc.
Insertion: reinforce and insert 1-3PLY cotton, polyester, nylon, glassfiber, aramid, EP fabric
color: black, red, yellow, grey, blue, white etc.
surface: smooth or impression fabric
tensile strength: 8.0Mpa
hardness: 60-70shore A
length: 10, 20, 30, 50m
standard size for NBR fabric:
0.5mm x 1.0m x 10m x 1PLY
0.8mm x 1.0m x 10m x 1PLY
1.0mm x 1.0m x 10m x 1PLY
1.5mm x 1.0m x 10m x 1PLY
2.0mm x 1.0m x 10m x 1PLY
3.0mm x 1.0m x 10m x 2PLY
4.0mm x 1.0m x 10m x 2PLY
5.0mm x 1.0m x 10m x 2PLY
6.0mm x 1.0m x 10m x 2PLY
Industrial rubber sheets are typically packaged and shipped in order to protect them from damage during transit. The packaging materials used depend on the size and weight of the rubber sheet, as well as the destination of the shipment. Generally, industrial rubber sheets are packaged in either cardboard boxes or wooden crates.
For smaller rubber sheets, the cardboard boxes are usually lined with polyethylene film, styrofoam, or bubble wrap to provide additional protection. For larger rubber sheets, the cardboard boxes may be reinforced with wooden dowels or custom-cut pieces of plywood.
For heavier rubber sheets, wooden crates are typically used. The crates are constructed from kiln-dried hardwood, and are reinforced with braces, nails, and screws. The rubber sheets are then secured to the crate with metal strapping. The entire crate is then shrink-wrapped, and the openings are sealed with duct tape.