In MRM we provide a variety of materials for rubber molded products to best meet our customer's special requirements. A list of these materials is provided below:

Ethylene Propylene (EPDM)
EPDM Rubber has excellent properties for outdoor applications. These properties include:
Very good resistance to ozone, weathering
Very good resistance to heat and oxidation
Good chemical resistance
The main disadvantage of EPDM rubber is its incapacity to be used in environments where petroleum derivatives are present.

Chloroprene (CR)
Chloroprene offers a unique combination of properties including:
Very good resistance to ozone, weathering
Very good resilience characteristics
Good tensile strength
Good oil-resistance
Good chemical resistance
Resists Combustion

Nitrile Rubber (NBR)
Excellent chemical resistance to petroleum oils
Good tensile strength
Good resilience characteristics

Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR)
SBR is a low cost, general purpose rubber. Some of its characteristics are listed below:
Very good resilience
Good tensile strength
Good water resistance

Natural Rubber (NR)
It is characterized by its high degree of resilience. Other properties include:
Very Good tensile strength
Very Good abrasion and tear resistance
Good water resistance
However Natural rubber is not suitable for outdoor applications, due to its inability to resist oxidation and weathering

Sponge Rubber (Closed cell)
This is a porous and highly flexible material produced from natural rubber processing.