Sheet Rubber Gaskets

Choose sheet rubber gasket materials for gasketing, cushioning, sealing, sound damping and more. EPDM, Nitrile, Silicone, Neoprene and more, custom converted to your specifications.

Sheet Rubber materials are used for Gasketing, Cushioning, Sealing, Sound Damping and many other applications. From applications requiring resistance to oil and solvents, abrasion and flex cracking, ozone and sunlight, heat, water, and steam, to products that require excellent tear strength, vibration damping, temperature specifications, and compression set.

Sheet Rubber Gaskets – Features and Benefits

Weather Resistance -

Weather Resistance –

Resistance against weathering, ozone, and UV ray exposure.
Chemical Resistance -

Chemical Resistance –

Resistance solvents, chemicals, acids and alkali’s.
Abrasion Resistance -

Abrasion Resistance –

Good abrasion resistance, impact and tensile strength.
Heat Resistance -

Heat Resistance –

Certain sheet rubber materials can handles up to 500ºF.
Oil Resistance -

Oil Resistance –

Excellent oil & gas resistance, and hydraulic fluids.
Variety -

Variety –

Sheet rubber is available in a variety of formulations, thicknesses, and durometers.

Sheet Rubber Gasket Materials Commonly Converted At SRP


Neoprene rubber is a black colored rubber that is used in applications where moderate levels of oil, petroleum, ozone, and weathering-resistance are needed. Neoprene elastomers are very popular due to the broad range of applications in which they can be used.


Silicone rubber has a broad working temperature range that allows it to handle high and low extremes. Silicone products also exhibit good levels of weather and chemical resistance, making them ideal for a host of outdoor and industrial uses.

Nitrile (Buna-N)

Nitrile, also known as Buna-N rubber or butadiene rubber, has a superior level of resistance against synthetic and natural grease products. It is highly recommended for use in areas where oil/petroleum products are present.


EPDM sheet rubber is highly recommended as a type of outdoor rubber for applications where there is significant environmental exposure. Their common feature though is that they are generally very good at resisting the degrading effects of weathering, ozone, and UV ray exposure.

Natural Gum Rubber

Natural gum rubber is a popular non marking rubber material thanks to its soft, supple nature and excellent flexibility. Natural gum rubber is also an eco-friendly elastomer thanks to its tree-derived raw materials.


SBR is a copolymer of styrene and butadiene and has properties similar to Natural Rubber. It has good abrasion resistance, excellent impact strength, very good resilience and a high tensile strength. The temperature range of SBR is -40˚F to +180˚F.

Choosing the right Sheet Rubber material for your Custom Gasket

When choosing a commercial grade rubber sheet, there are a few factors to consider, such as:

  • Type of application: Will it be exposed to high temperatures? High humidity? Chemicals? Oil?
  • Level of abrasion resistance: Do you need a rubber that can withstand high levels of wear and tear?
  • Level of resilience: Do you need a rubber that can withstand high compression levels?
  • Material Thickness: How thick does the rubber need to be? Are you filling a gap?
  • Adhesion: Does your gasket need to be adhesive backed for stick in place?

Applications for Sheet Rubber Gaskets

Gasketing & Sealing
Gap Filling
Shock Absorption & Vibration
Cushioning & Padding

Why Choose SRP as your Custom Gasket Partner?

Manufacturing Custom Sheet Rubber Gaskets Since 1951

SRP stocks many of the sheet rubber materials in a variety of thicknesses and durometers. We will work with your team to ensure you are choosing the right material for your specific application. If you require any material sampling, or prototyping services for testing in your application, we will work hard with your team to get you what you need in a timely fashion. We base our success on the quality of the product and the customer service we bring to the table.

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