EPDM reclaim rubber is a type of reclaimed rubber that is created when postconsumer EPDM rubber products, such as tires, hoses, and gaskets, are recycled. It is made by grinding up the rubber and blending it with various chemicals and additives to create a material that can be used in a variety of applications. The new compound is then cured and shaped into sheets or other rubber components.

EPDM reclaim rubber is highly resistant to heat, ozone, and weathering. EPDM reclaim rubber has a wide range of uses, from creating rubber seals and gaskets, to being used in the production of asphalt and rubber products. It is also an ideal material for use in construction, as it is resistant to water, oil, and other liquids, as well as to extreme temperatures.

EPDM Reclaim Rubber Properties

EPDM reclaim rubber also has excellent abrasion resistance and good resilience, making it a highly durable material for use in a variety of applications.

 

 

 

EPDM reclaimed rubber can be used in a variety of applications, including:

  • * Automotive hoses and seals
  • * Roofing membranes
  • * Expansion joints
  • * Electrical insulation
  • * Gaskets
  • * Matting
  • * Adhesives
  • * Footwear
  • * Flooring
  • * Seamless rubber tubes
  • * Rubberized asphalt
  • * Rubber belts and hoses