Premium Grade Neoprene Rubber

BRP manufactures premium grade neoprene rubber products – all of which are made in America. Our premium grade neoprene rubber products meet and often surpass the stringent standards required in today’s industry.

All of our premium grade neoprene rubber products are tested for heat and ozone resistance and exhibit exceptional compression set characteristics. They also accommodate a wide temperature range and meet ASTM specifications.

BRP’s premium grade neoprene rubber products come in 30 – 80 durometer and tensiles of 1,200 – 1,500 PSI. Achieve excellent flexibility without sacrificing durability with BRP’s premium grade neoprene rubber products.

Premium Grade Neoprene Rubber

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Description Durometer Tensile (Min PSI) Elongation (%) Temperature Range (F) Specification Conforms to ASTM D20000 Spec Sheet Quote

BC312

30

1,200

400

-40° to 220°

ASTM D2000 2BC312A14B14C12EO34F17

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BC415

40

1,500

400

-40° to 220°

ASTM D2000 2BC415A14B14C12EA14EO14EO34F19

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BC515

50

1,500

300

-40° to 220°

ASTM D2000 5BC515A14B14C12EO14EO34F19

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BC615

60

1,500

300

-40° to 220°

ASTM D2000 2BC615A14B14C12EA14EO14EO34F17G21Z, Z= Compliance to FMV-SS-302

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BC715

70

1,500

200

-40° to 220°

ASTM D2000 2BC715A14B14C12EO34F17

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BC815

80

1,500

100

-40° to 220°

ASTM D2000 2BC815A14B14C12EO34F17G21

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Our premium grade neoprene rubber offers the same exceptional qualities of traditional neoprene rubber, with enhanced durability and resistance against some oils and chemicals. These resistant properties are beneficial for a wide-range of industrial applications where abrasive oils and chemicals are present.

Our premium grade neoprene rubber maintains structural integrity during exposure to some of the most severe elements such as ozone and environmental/weather conditions. These materials provide durability against the physical impacts of industrial use without the limited flexibility of conventional rubber products.