We’ve been selling rubber goods to businesses across the the world for over 35 years as one of the India’s leading suppliers and converters of rubber sheeting.
All of our rubber sheet grades come in a variety of thicknesses and may be ordered in whole rolls, cut-to-size sheets, or custom forms including gaskets, strips, cut profiles, and sleeves utilising our in-house CNC technology.
Without the need for additional tooling, we can precision produce our rubber sheet goods to tight and demanding specifications using CNC technology.
We carry and sell a wide variety of rubber sheeting grades, including commercial, food-grade, abrasion-resistant, and high-performance rubbers like Viton. In addition, we can custom mould 450mm2 sheets of rubber in unique compositions.
Please examine our availability, technical information, and food contact details by clicking the ‘see product’ buttons for more information on our specific grades of rubber sheeting (where applicable).
If you’re not sure which rubber sheet grade would work best for your application, we’ve put up a simple rubber comparison chart and a chemical resistance summary at the bottom of this page to help you decide.
Alternatively, you may speak with a member of our technical sales team about your needs.
Consisting of a cloth impression on both sides. WRAS approved EPDM is suitable for use with potable water and has excellent resistance to weathering. It is primarily used in the water processing industry. Temperature range of -40°C up to +120°C.
A halogen free, EPDM rubber that complies with BS EN 45545-2:2013 + A1:2015 and EN ISO 9239-1. Commonly used on railway and metro coaches due to its conformance with European fire safety regulations. Temperature range of -30°C up to +100°C.
Neoprene sheeting is a good multi-purpose rubber offering resistance to weathering, ageing, inorganic salts, acids, ozone and animal and vegetable oils. Commonly used in exterior applications. Temperature range of -30° up to +70°C.
Flame retardant in accordance with ISO 340 and UL94-V0. This grade of neoprene offers a maximum surface electrical resistance of 3 x 108 Ω in accordance with BS 490. Temperature range of -30°C up to +100°C.
Offers resistance to most petroleum based fluids, oils, solvents and greases. Nitrile rubber has moderate mechanical properties and provides good resistance to abrasion. Temperature range of -20°C up to +70°C.
Often used as flooring protection in factories, gymnasiums or as a comfort measure for workers. Our rubber mats are available in range of patterns, lengths and thicknesses to suit your specific application.
White EPDM sheeting is FDA approved and offers excellent resistance to water, ozone, chemicals and ageing. It is commonly used in the food processing industry. Temperature range of -25°C up to +140°C.
A general purpose white natural rubber sheeting. It is FDA approved and offers good resistance to moderate chemicals, wet or dry organic acids, alcohols, ketones and aldehydes. Temperature range of -40°C up to +70°C.
Abrasion resistant rubber sheet is a softer material with excellent resistance to tear. It is approved for food contact making it popular for sleeves in product transfer applications. Temperature range of -40°C up to +70°C.
White Neoprene sheeting is a suitable option for contact with animal and vegetable fats. It complies with FDA regulations and offers good resistance to abrasion. Temperature range of -25°C up to +90°C.
Offering good resistance to oils and grease along with moderate mechanical properties. White nitrile sheet is a popular option in the food industry and carries FDA approval. Temperature range of -25°C up to +120°C.
Blue nitrile sheet carries FDA approval and is a popular option in the food and pharmaceutical industries. It offers good resistance to oils and grease. Temperature range of -30°C up to +110°C.
Compliant with EU1935 regulation for contact with food, our metal detectable nitrile is visible to the majority of metal detector scanning equipment. Temperature range of -30°C up to +100°C.
Offering excellent resistance to heat, ozone, weathering and UV, silicone rubber is commonly used in demanding applications in a wide range of industry. Temperature range depends on colour and grade.
Complies with FDA regulation for food contact and contains additional additives that are visible to most metal detector scanning equipment. Temperature range of -60°C up to +200°C.
Offers excellent resistance to chlorinated hydrocarbons and fuels. It also has excellent heat resistance and FDA approval. Popular for high temperature applications. Temperature range of -10°C up to +250°C.
An unbranded alternative of white Viton sheeting, FKM also carries FDA approval and offers excellent resistance to chlorinated hydrocarbons and fuels. Temperature range of -10°C up to +250°C.
Offering the key characteristics of standard FKM rubber sheeting. This rubber also complies with FDA regulation and is approved for food contact applications. Temperature range of -10°C up to +250°C.
Manufactured from a durable, hard wearing natural rubber. Black shotblast is commonly used as skirting rubber, seals, scrapers and chute linings. Temperature range of -30°C up to +70°C.
Manufactured from a high quality natural rubber specifically developed to offer excellent resistance to abrasion. Commonly used in material handling applications. Temperature range of -20°C up to +85°C.
Commonly referred to as ‘para-natural’ or pure-gum rubber. Tan Para shotblast is extremely durable and is commonly used as a cabinet lining, chute lining or seal. Temperature range of -25°C up to +70°C.
Offers excellent resistance to abrasion, elongation and tear. White abrasion resistant rubber is food approved and is commonly manufactured into transfer sleeves. Temperature range of -40°C up to +70°C.
Manufactured from natural rubber with a heavy duty fabric backing. Snow plough rubber offers excellent resistance to abrasion and is primarily used as a scraper blade. Temperature range of -25°C up to +70°C.
Offering excellent resistance to abrasion, red shotblast rubber is commonly used as a chute lining or as conveyor skirting in industrial applications. Temperature range of -20°C up to +70°C.
Offering excellent permeability, Butyl is commonly used in demanding sealing applications involving gases and compressed air. It is not suitable for use with petroleum. Temperature range of -40°C up to +140°C.
An unbranded alternative to genuine Viton, FKM rubber offers excellent resistance to temperature, chlorinated hydrocarbons, fuels and many acids. Temperature range of -30°C up to +250°C.
A high performance rubber with excellent resistance to chlorinated hydrocarbons, fuels and many acids. Viton® also has excellent resistance to heat. Temperature range of -20°C up to +275°C.
Offering outstanding resistance to abrasion, acids, chemicals, heat, oil, ozone and weathering. Suitable for a range of internal and external applications. Temperature range of -30°C up to +180°C.
Offering excellent tensile strength and elasticity, Latex rubber is available in food compliant, anti-static and high temperature grades. It has a smooth finish on both sides. Temperature: Dependent on grade.
Manufactured from rubber bound with polyurethane. Crumb rubber offers excellent strength and is a popular option for sound proofing and anti-vibration applications. Temperature range of -40°C up to +115°C.
We also supply a range of British specification rubbers. Please follow the links below for our most common types.
Manufactured in accordance with BS2752 specification. Offering improved elongation at break and tensile strength over standard neoprene rubber sheet. Temperature range of -30°C up to +120°C.
BS2751 nitrile rubber sheet offers improved specification over standard nitrile grades. It offers improved temperature resistance, tensile strength and elongation at break. Temperature range of -30°C up to +110°C.
Manufactured to BS EN 1337-3, bridge bearing rubber is a high performance rubber that is primarily used as an elastomeric bridge bearing pad when manufactured from the sheet. Temperature range of -20° up to +70°C.
Combines the properties of BS2752 neoprene with a single ply, 150gsm nylon fabric reinforcement. This improves its strength, flex and anti-tear properties. Temperature range of -30°C up to +120°C.
BS2751 nitrile rubber with a single ply nylon cloth insertion. This improve’s its strength properties while providing resistance to creep, flexing and stretching. Temperature range of -20°C up to +120°C.