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EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer

EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer

Characteristics

Thanks to its excellent resistance to outside conditions (UV, Ozone resistance, etc.) and its excellent compatibility with water and steam, EPDM is the second most used rubber in the sealing world. It is the most certified rubber.

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Uses

  • Plumbing, domestic or drinking water
  • Steam resistance
  • Chlorinated water, UV, ozone resistance
  • Home appliances
  • Aseptic seals with FDA and USP VI approvals
  • Glycol based brake fluids resistance

EPDM can be stored outdoor or in contact with ozone.

Developments

Techné has a number of specific NBRs:

  • With enhanced waer resistance
  • Ozone resistant
  • Low temperature (-40°C/-50°C)

Peroxide or sulfur cured EPDM

The working temperature of your application will help Techné to choose in between sulfur cured EPDM (+100°C) or peroxide cured EPDM (+150°C).

Techné's approvals

  • FDA
  • W270
  • KTW
  • EN 681
  • NSF
  • ACS
  • EN 682

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