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  • Silicone sheet, translucent, colourless
    8 Variants
    Silicone sheet, translucent, colourless
    from 5,00 €
    smooth/smooth, without reinforcing insert, approx. 60 Sh-A, elongation at tear approx. 300%, temperature resistant from -60 °C to 230 °C, food safe, hypoallergenic, electrically insulating, weather-proof, UV...
  • Solid rubber gasket sheet, black
    6 Variants
    Solid rubber gasket sheet, black
    from 1,20 €
    NR-SBR, smooth/smooth, without reinforcing insert, approx. 65 Sh-A
  • Silicone sheet, opaque, coloured
    8 Variants
    Silicone sheet, opaque, coloured
    from 4,00 €
    smooth/smooth, without reinforcing insert, approx. 60 Sh-A, elongation at tear approx. 300%, temperature resistant from -60 °C to +230 °C, food safe, hypoallergenic, electrically insulating, weather-proof, UV...
  • Solid rubber fine-grooved mat
    4 Variants
    Solid rubber fine-grooved mat
    from 2,10 €
    NR-SBR, textured/cotton impression, without reinforcing insert, h = 3.0 mm, textural configuration lengthwise, s(pacing) = 3.0 mm, approx. 65 Sh-A
  • Regupol resist rubber mat, black
     
    Regupol resist rubber mat, black
    from 9,90 €
    PUR bonded rubber granules, smooth/smooth, PUR-gebundenes Gummigranulat, glatt/glatt, ca. 7,3 kg/m³, weather resistant, ca. 48 Sh-A, temperature resistant from –40 to +300 °C (short term), construction...
  • Solid rubber wide-grooved mat
    2 Variants
    Solid rubber wide-grooved mat
    from 2,50 €
    NR-SBR, textured/cotton impression, without reinforcing insert, h = 3.0 mm, textural configuration lengthwise, Strukturabstand s = 9.0 mm, approx. 65 Sh-A
Information about Rubber mats

The designation "Sh-A" or, alternatively, "Sh-D" stands for Shore Hardness, which is a scale of hardness for elastomers and plastics. In the case of softer, rubber type materials, the A scale is used, while for harder materials the D scale. The test procedure, which is standardized per DIN 53505 and DIN 7868 (German Industry Norm), consists of a tempered steel indenter, whose shape varies for the A and D scale tests, being pressed into a material with a specific force whereby the amount of penetration is measured. The measuring scale goes from 0 (complete penetration) to 100 (no penetration) - the higher the number, the harder the substance.

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