EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) rubber strip is a type of synthetic rubber strip that is commonly used in a variety of applications, such as sealing, insulation, weatherstripping, and gasketing. It is known for its excellent resistance to weathering, ozone, UV radiation, and extreme temperatures, which make it ideal for outdoor and automotive applications.
EPDM rubber strip is typically manufactured using an extrusion process, where the rubber compound is pushed through a die of the desired shape and then cooled and cut to length. It can be produced in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and hardness levels to meet specific application requirements.
Some common uses of EPDM rubber strip include sealing doors and windows, insulating HVAC systems, weatherstripping vehicles and boats, and creating gaskets for industrial equipment. It is also often used in the construction industry for roofing and waterproofing applications.
EPDM rubber strip is known for its durability, long service life, and ease of installation. It can be glued, welded, or mechanically fastened to various surfaces, depending on the application.