At Industria de la Goma we supply vulcanized sleeves in all types of rubber (NBR, food rubber, silicone, Viton, Virgin Rubber, ...). Built from a beveled joint and being vulcanized at temperature guarantees a flexible, durable product without any projections. We also provide textile sleeves.
Ideal for all types of industrial applications as well as silo discharges.
Most common materials for the manufacture of sleeves:
It offers an excellent resistance to abrasion and is recommended to work with weak acids and water. It is not recommended to work with ozone, hydrocarbons and hard acids.
Look up for more details on its properties at the SBR rubber page.
Offers excellent resistance to oils, low gas permeability and excellent resistance to ozone, abrasion and bending. Its use with hard acids and aromatic and oxygenated solvents is not recommended.
Look up for more details on its properties at the Neoprene - CR page.
NBR is a synthetic rubber with excellent resistance to hydraulic fluids, oils, lubricants, gasoline, transmission fluids and solvents.
Look up for more details on its properties at the Nitrile - NBR page.
Offers excellent resistance to chemical attack, acids, oils, gasoline and corrosive environments. It has a high thermal stability at high temperatures.
Continuous exposure of up to 250ºC and intermittently up to 300ºC.
Satisfactory cold resistance (-30ºC / -50ºC) in certain types of special formulations.
Look up for more details on its properties at the Viton® page.
Rubber that offers excellent properties at low and high temperatures. It has excellent resistance to compression, sunlight, ozone and oxygen. Suitable for food applications.
Look up for more details on its properties at the Silicone page.
Excellent mechanical properties, wide range of hardness, from 35 to 90 Shore, excellent dynamic and rebound properties, good resistance to acids, bases and salts. It is not advisable to use it in contact with oils, fats or hydrocarbons.
Look up for more details on its properties at the Virgin rubber page.