SBR

SBR

Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) is an elastomeric copolymer that consists of styrene and butadiene. SBR has good abrasion resistance and good stability. SBR is resistant to mineral oils, fats, aliphatic, aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons.

SBR has a glass transition temperature of approximately -55°C

SBR has a possible temperature range of - 40 to +212 °F

Other names include GRS, Buna S

SBR has an elongation percentage of 450 - 500

SBR has a useful temperature of -75 to 250°F

SBR is not oil, ozone or weather resistant. Not recommended for electrical applications.

Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) is commonly used in pneumatic tires or tubes, heels and soles, and gasketing applications.

Da/Pro Rubber has chemists available to assist you in determining if SBR is ideal for your application. We will evaluate the specifications of your component and make recommendation(s) on the most effective and efficient solution(s).