• Asbestos Rubber Sheet
  • Asbestos Rubber Sheet1
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  • Asbestos Rubber Sheet
  • Asbestos Rubber Sheet1
  • Asbestos Rubber Sheet2
  • Asbestos Rubber Sheet3

Asbestos Rubber Sheet

Weeprofab manufactures high-quality asbestos rubber sheets or also known as paronite.

  • Resistant to acids and alkalis
  • Good thermal insulation
  • Working temperature range: -60°C to 450°C
  • Can be cut to any shape and size due to their good machinability
  • Available with copper, tin steel, SS304, wire mesh insertion, etc.
  • Can be applied with graphite or an anti-stick coating

Your Reliable Asbestos Rubber Sheet Manufacturer

Weeprofab produces asbestos rubber sheets from high-quality natural rubber, selected long asbestos fiber, oil-resistance rubber, filling material, dye, and more. All of our asbestos sheets have undergone a strict inspection. Due to that, we guarantee you that they have no bubbles, cracks, folds, or tears on their surfaces.

To suit your specific needs, we can manufacture asbestos sheets based on your requirements.

For your inquiries, contact us and we ensure a timely response.

Variety of Applications

Weeprofab offers asbestos rubber sheets that are used mainly used for different types of sealing applications. Asbestos sheets can be used as a sealing material in pipeline joints. They are also used for gaskets in trucks, cars, motorcycles, machines, etc.

Additionally, they are commonly found on different equipment including compressors, pumps, valves, vessels, pipes, armature, and other units.

Variety of Applications
Specifications of Asbestos Rubber Sheet
  • Thickness: 0.3 – 6.0mm, or customized
  • Width: 400mm, 1000mm, 1270mm, 1500mm, or customized
  • Length: 400mm, 1000mm, 1270mm, 1360mm, 1500mm, or customized
  • Colors: White, red, black, grey, or customized
Mechanical and Physical Properties
Item Value
Density 1.7 – 1.9g/cm3
Tensile strength in the cross section 11.0MPa
Deformation (35 MPa) 8 – 18%
Recoverability (35 MPa) ≥30%

 

Operating Temperature & Working Environment

Below are their working temperature range in different environments where they are commonly used.

Working Environment Max Pressure Operating Temperature
Salt solutions, water-based, gaseous & ammonia 2.5 MPa -40°C to +150°C
Superheated fresh water, saturated & superheated steam 4.5 MPa -60°C – to +450°C
Light & heavy petroleum products 2.3 MPa -60°C to +175°C
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