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Excellent resistance to weathering, ozone, and aging.


More difficult to process and fabricate than some other elastomers.

Common Application

Automotive belts, hoses, seals, gaskets, conveyor belts, cable jacketing.

Properties at a Glance

*Pease note: The following material properties are for reference only. Actual values may vary depending on the selected material brand.
Property Metric English
Density 1.2-1.5 g/cm³ 75-93.58 lb/ft³
Shore Hardness A 40-95 40-95
Tensile Strength 3.45-20.68 MPa 500-3000 PSI
Elongation at Break 100-800% 100-800%
Min Temp. -55~-35°C -70~-30º F
Max Temp. 95~120°C 200~ 250º F

Chemical Properties

  • Excellent resistance to acids and alcohols.
  • Relatively poor resistance to fuel and oil.
  • Good resistance to Alkalies dilute, poor resistance to Alkalies concentrated.

Get Custom Neoprene Parts with Zhongde

Neoprene rubber can be recycled, but the process can be complex and requires specialized facilities. It's not as commonly recycled as some other materials. While it's generally safe in solid form, burning neoprene rubber can release harmful chemicals, so it's not recommended for incineration.
Yes, neoprene rubber can withstand prolonged exposure to outdoor conditions without significant degradation. However, its resistance may gradually decrease over time with prolonged exposure to harsh environmental factors. Regular inspection and maintenance can help prolong its lifespan in such conditions.
Yes, food-grade neoprene can be used in a food contact application. These grades are readily available as a raw material or as a finished product such as gaskets, seals, conveyor covers, etc.