Unit 2, Dale Street,
WV14 7JY

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Rubber Lining

Rubber Lining is used for many applications including resistance to acids, chemicals and alkalis, abrasion resistance, impact protection, noise reduction, and water treatment. Rubber has many different grades available, allowing a greater range of applications where stronger concentrations or higher temperatures would prelude the use of PVC. The resistance of various different types of rubber lining to chemicals and solvents vary greatly. Soft natural rubbers give an excellent resistance to hydrochloric and sulphuric solutions for use as an acid pickle tank lining as well as in steel processing and our abrasion resistant natural rubbers offer excellent protection for sand and slurry use. Ebonite's give a higher degree of chemical resistance and are widely use in the electro-plating and metal finishing industry. We can also line equipment in machineable ebonite which has been used for many years for bearing housings in electro-tinning plant. Synthetic rubbers such as butyl, hypalon and nitrile have good resistance to hydrocarbons and mineral oil and can be used in some circumstances between 80 to 90 degrees Celsius.

We will be pleased to recommend a suitable Rubber Lining as part of our service. For more information please call us 01902 408686 and we will happily discuss your requirements.

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