Elastomer sheetings

For static and dynamic applications

We develop and manufacture elastomer sheetings from a wide variety of materials. The sheetings are processed into high-precision static and dynamic seals as well as other products such as scrapers, lining materials, suspension components, floor coverings and cutting underlays.

Broad program with elastomer-sheetings as well as high-end silicon and FKM-sheetings for diverse practice requirements in the medicine tecnique, automotive industry, engineering, electronic and chemical industry.

Technical specifications

  • High temperature and media resistance
  • Available in almost all colors and surfaces from glassy to high structured
  • Thickness from 0.5 to 10 mm
  • Optional with reinforcement layers

Compounds inhouse made to measure

Processing almost all polymers and colors to high-end compounds from translucent to black with guaranteed reproduceble compound quality.

Elastomer sheetings

Our versatile elastomer sheetings – made, for instance, of SBR, NR and EPDM – enable us to meet virtually every individual customer requirement. Their features include high temperature and media resistance, and they are available in almost any colour and with a surface texture ranging from glass-smooth to highly textured.

Specialty elastomer sheetings

All sheetings are available in special grades, in other thickness, widths and lengths, and with different surfaces/textures. Most are also food-safe. Elastomer sheetings are colorable. All sheetings made of rubber, silicone and fluoroelastomers can be produced with optional reinforcement plies.

    Product range

    • Silicone elastomer sheetings
      Silicone elastomer sheetings

      are used in medical technology, the food and chemical industries and in many other application areas.

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    • Fluoroelastomer sheetings
      Fluoroelastomer sheetings

      are outstandingly suited to use in automotive engineering, aviation and aerospace, the electrical industry and in many other application areas.

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