Materials of the highest quality
Materials in use within SBR parts are of the highest quality rubber and silicone.
We produce a wide range of components for machinery and applications across key areas of industry and manufacturing. These include parts for use in commercial / military aircraft and helicopters through to showers and audio equipment.
We use British Standard and Department of Technical (DTD) for our military customers, specification materials from approved suppliers. These have been fully tested and released with certificates of conformance and testing.
All parts are manufactured are fully batch traceable and documented.
From punching gaskets and seals to compression moulding
O-rings and bellows, our material options are comprehensive
Our full range of materials ...
Also known as Teflon, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a hydrophobic synthetic fluoropolymer that cannot be wetted by water.
SBR makes the most of PTFE to manufacture a wide variety of parts for numerous applications.
HNBR has mechanical properties resistant to oil, gas, hot water and abrasion. It is used widely in transport and industrial and sectors.
This unique elastomer is used for gear box rubber seals and long service rubber gaskets.
Similar to silicone, this elastomer has a better resistance to fuels, oils and lubricants. It is an excellent choice for aerospace fuel systems.
We produce gaskets, seals and O-rings in multiple sizes for tech advanced industries.
Often referred to simply as Hypalon®, the characteristics of this material could be considered a superior variation of its original.
It has a typical working temperature range of -35ºC to 125ºC.
Hard-wearing and non-conductive, Polybutadiene is ideal for tough rubber parts and coatings in electronic assemblies.
This elastomer is particularly useful to improve the tread of car and truck tyres.
Also called Isobutylene-Isoprene rubber (IIR), Butyl is impermiable to gases, resistant to water, steam and weathering.
This synthetic rubber is regularly used in precision engineering as a sealant and proofing.
Silicone is non-conductive, flame and moisture resistant, endures extreme temperatures and has good hygienic properties.
SBR create silicone gaskets, sealants and O-rings to name but a few.
A fantastic general purpose elastomer commonly used as a substitute for natural rubber for strong abrasion-resistance.
From shoe soles to tyres, the styrene content determines SBR's flexibility and toughness.
NBR polymer made by reaction of butadiene and acrylonitrile has high resistance to oil with the increased nitrile content.
This is an ideal copolymer for rubber seals and gaskets for the transport sector.
Part of a family of synthetic rubbers, Neoprene has sound chemical stability and remains flexible over a wide temperature range.
We use it to manufacture laptop sleeves, orthopaedic braces and electrical insulation.
High density and durability enables EPDM to perform in extreme temperatures with resistance to weathering and oxidisation.
It is an industry favourite roofing material as well as for rubber seals and gaskets.
FKM are a family of fluoroelastomer materials with excellent resistance to high temperatures, ozone, weather, oxygen, mineral oil and fuels.
SBR use FKM for fuel delivery and sealing systems among other applications.
NR is a polymer of Isoprene, a super resilient organic material. It is known for its elasticity, tensile strength and abrasion resistance.
Applications requiring flexibility and energy absorption are ideal uses for NR.
Southbourne Rubber manufacture and supply a wide range of sponge rubber foam products including seals, gaskets and extrusions.
Sponge rubber is used where low pressure forces effect the seal e.g. closures and doors.
CNAF is designed to be safe in processing situations and extreme conditions. This material provides a fatigue-free seal.
Hydrocarbons, oils, solvents and chemicals will not effect a seal or gasket when CNAF is used.