How is Rubber tested for behaviour in low temperatures? Which rubbers perform the best in extreme temperatures? Now’s your chance to find out…
This extremely useful guide contains actual sample pieces of many of the specialist sheetings from J-Flex – many of which are held in stock.
When you need a highly reliable and long-term elastomer, a Fluoroelastomer (FKM) could be your ideal solution.
Many rubber materials can be specially compounded to be fire-resistant. Explore the options and find out more.
Time moves on, business changes and technology advances – but how often do you update your website? We’re now on version 7 of ours – our Marketing Manager, Neil explains just some of the reasons why.
Although its physical and chemical properties vary depending on the polymer’s composition of nitrile, this particular type of synthetic rubber is unusual in being generally resistant to oil, fuel, and other chemicals.
A few facts about Silicon and Silicone which help explain the differences between the two and why it’s so widely used.
Shore Hardness, using either the Shore A or Shore D scale, is the preferred method for rubbers and thermoplastic elastomers – find out more in this feature.
Check out these 18 reasons why J-Flex is your best choice for FKM sheeting.
Our VAC-SIL® Comparison Chart and actual Samples sheet are the perfect companions to the main brochure. Find out more and how to download/request your copies.
So, just what is the life expectancy of Silicone Rubbers? Here, we explain.
Fluoroelastomers are fluorinated synthetic polymers designed for harsh environments including aggressive chemical and temperature applications.