NBR closed-cell foam
NBR foam, also usually called PVC vinyl nitrile foam rubber by customers, is a polymer blend of Nitrile and PVC material.
Our PVC vinyl nitrile foam is soft and flexible mid-density closed cell rubber foam which is naturally excellent at thermal insulation, sound deadening and flame retardance and shock & impact absorbing.
Due to its closed cell construction, our NBR foam is also an ideal sealing and gasket material against moisture, gas or liquid. Our PVC nitrile foam comes originally with soft smooth outer skin in rolls or tubes & pipes which results in an enhanced insulation ability.
They can be easily fabricated with adhesive or without, even coated with aluminum foil for superior heat insulation and energy-saving properties.
PVC/NITRILE foam can be available for a wide range of applications including HVAC seals and gasket, duct liner and wrap, roofing insulation, wall sound absorption, foam yoga mat, general sealing and insulation purposes for automotive and construction industries etc..
Closed cell structure
Flexible and lightweight
High thermal efficiency
Sound absorption properties
Low water absorption rate
High water vapor diffusion resistance
Resistance to oil and grease
Strong thermal and acoustic insulator
Perfect water and moisture barrier
Excellent shock and impact cushioning
Versatile for various of applications and usage
Available for adhesive backing and foils
Foam seal strip and gasket
Pipes, ducts and tanks
PVC Nitrile foam tapes
|NBR/PVCCLOSED-CELL||65±10 kg/m3||8 shore C||Black|
|70±10 kg/m3||8 shore C||Black|
|160±10 kg/m3||20 shore C||Black|
Fine structure, good appearance, no pinholes, no water absorption, moisture-proof
Closed cells, good sound insulation
Both elongation and rebound will perform better than other materials
Product quality is not affected in the temperature range of -40 to 80
Resistant to seawater oil, acid and alkali chemicals
Excellent heat insulation, cold insulation and low temperature performance, can withstand severe cold and sun exposure
Our products are widely used in automobiles, product packaging, sports facilities, fitness supplies, construction sites, floor mats and children's toys.