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Excellent weather resistance, ozone resistance, and thermal stability.


Poor resistance to petroleum-based fluids and oils.

Common Application

Automotive weatherstripping, seals, and gaskets, roofing membranes, pond liners, and electrical insulation.

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 0.85-1.4 g/cm³ 56.87-58.04 lb/ft³
Shore Hardness A 30-90 30-90
Tensile Strength 3.45-24.13 kPa 500-2500 PSI
Elongation at Break 100-700% 100-700%
Min Temp. -50~-40°C -60~-40º F
Max Temp. 105~150°C 220~ 300º F

Chemical Properties

  • Excellent resistance to acids and alkalies.
  • Poor resistance to fuel.
  • Poor oil resistance.

Get Custom EPDM Parts with Zhongde

Yes, EPDM rubber is recyclable. EPDM rubber can be reclaimed and recycled through various processes, including mechanical grinding, shredding, and reprocessing. The recycled EPDM material can then be used to manufacture new products.
Solid EPDM and expanded EPDM foam are two different physical forms of EPDM.
  • Solid EPDM is the traditional form of EPDM rubber, which is dense and non-porous. It is commonly used in applications where a solid, impermeable material is required, such as gaskets, seals, roofing membranes, and automotive parts.
  • Expanded EPDM foam has a cellular structure with interconnected air pockets, making it lightweight, flexible, and compressible. It is often used for insulation, cushioning, gaskets, and weatherstripping applications.
Generally, EPDM is known for its excellent durability and weather resistance. In outdoor environments, EPDM roofing membranes, seals, and gaskets can often last for 20 years or more. However, the lifespan may be shorter in environments with extreme temperatures, high levels of UV radiation, or exposure to chemicals.