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RED Silicone Rubber Rolls


Silicone rubber rolls are available for a range of applications in the industrial and residential markets.

This type of Silicone rubber has excellent stretching capabilities while remaining strong enough to be elastic.

Silicone rubber rolls are available in 50 to 60 durometer and can be ordered in other durometers by special request. With an average elongation of 175% and an average of 600 PSI tensile strength,

Silicone rubber rolls will handle most tough medical or gasket environments and heavy alkaline and chemical resistive situations. Since silicone rubber is made of synthetic materials and is inert it makes it an excellent choice for applications where fungal growth is not permitted. 


Silicone is resistant to most chemicals and oils, making it particularly useful for medical labs, food processing shops and high temperature gaskets. Silicone is used when higher temperatures are needed to make a seal or provide shock resistance for delicate medical instrumentation.

Silicone in Roll form is a extremely valuable on several applications... being as the material is in a roll, it is an excellent purchase for volume runs on production parts. 

Silicone rubber has the combined properties of resilience, high temperature stability, and general inertness, unavailable in any other elastomer. Silicones are generally unaffected by extended exposure to temperatures from -100º to 500ºF, and are also resistant to aging and degradation from sunlight and ozone.

The majority of silicone rubber sheet manufactured is cured from gum based silicone - specifically methyl vinyl silicones, which meet a number of military, AMS and industrial specifications. These common silicones have a durometer range of 25 to 70 shore A, and the temperature range for these silicones is generally -100°F to 500°F.

Flame Retardant Capabilities 
Silicone Rubber can be compounded to be flame retardant and achieve UL94V0, UL94V1 and UL94HF1 certifications. Flame retardant closed cell silicone sponge and silicone foam gaskets are used in analytical instrumentation, telecommunications equipment and controls used in Mass Transit systems. Even when silicone rubber burns under extreme temperatures, the by-products are non-toxic and any residual ash continues to provide electrical insulation properties. 

FDA Regulations 
Silicone Rubber can be compounded using ingredients that meet FDA regulations for properties such as high tear strength and flexing using platinum based catalysts. These silicone products are often specified for healthcare, instrumentation, food processing and medical diagnostic equipment applications. 

Electrical Conductivity 
Silicone Rubber can be blended with nickel-graphite or silver plated aluminum particles for electrically conductive gaskets that provide EMI (electro-magnetic interference) Shielding for electronic communication equipment. Conductive silicone is available in sheets or custom molded gaskets. 

Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) 
Solid silicone rubber can be blended with semi-conductive carbon for ESD properties. Further, closed cell silicone sponge will accept a surface coating of conductive silicone for soft gaskets and pads with ESD grounding properties. 

Thermal Conductivity 
Silicone Rubber can be blended with ceramic powders such as alumina and boron nitride for thermal interface pads that help to dissipate heat from power generating devices in electronics. Thermal interface pads are typically fabricated from gel based silicones which are very soft and conformable. 
Technical Properties
  • Color : Orange Red
  • Surface : Smooth
  • Temperature Range : 80°C to 500° C