Nitrile Sheet Rubber


Premlene Nitrile sheet rubber is an economic material known for having superior resistance to oils, solvents, gasoline and other aliphatic hydrocarbon oils/fuels. The higher the acrylonitrile (ACN) content, the higher the oil resistance, but the poorer the low temperature flexibility. It can generally be used down to around -30/-40 degree F, but special grades can operate at lower temperatures. Best recommended for applications where rubber is in contact with oils and solvents.

typical nitrile sheet rubber DIMENSIONS
  • Available in 50, 60, 70 duro in black and in 60 duro in white.
  • Lengths of 25, 50 or 100 feet long.
  • Thicknesses between 1/32 and 2 inches.
  • Widths between 2 and 72 inches.
  • Surface finish is smooth both sides but also available with fabric finish.
  • Custom lengths and different durometers also available.
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and material test reports are available upon request.
why use nitrile sheet rubber
  • Very good resistance to synthetic and natural grease products.
  • Good high-low service temperature range.
  • Superior resistance to oils, solvents, gasoline, and other hydrocarbon chemicals, even more so than neoprene.
Key nitrile Features
  • Chemical resistant.
  • Oil resistant.
GradeStyleDuroTensile (PSI)Elongation (%)ColorSpecifications
CommercialNIS-SS50, 60, 70, 80640-725VariesBlackDownload
CommercialNIS-FDA-SS-W40, 50, 60725-870VariesWhiteDownload