Chloroprene sheeting - CR

CR or Chloroprene, also known by the trade name Neoprene®, has a balanced combination of properties that make it the best multi-function rubber.

Chloroprene sheeting is used to produce insulating joints and coatings for protecting environments that are in contact with oils and other chemical products. It may also be used in outdoor applications, as it has a good resistance to temperature changes, ozone action and adverse weather conditions.



  • Good mechanical and abrasion properties.
  • Reasonable resilience in grades over 60º Shore A.
  • Good resistance to heat, ozone and weathering.
  • Flame retardant grades available.
  • Good adhesion to metal.
  • Temperature range: -25º C to +125º C.
  • Resistance to chemicals; resistant to inorganic chemical products , except oxidising acids and halogens. Moderate resistance to aliphatic hydrocarbons.



CR Chloroprene sheetingApplications

   Industrial maintenance (oils)   
   Industrial maintenance (fire)   
   Food industries    



Our products
Ref Color Hardness
Shore A
C609 Black 65 Basic quality. General purposes
CF49 Black 65 Standard level quality
C400 Black 40 Technical applications
C500 Black 50 Technical applications
CF03 Black 60 Technical applications
CS40 Black 70 Technical applications
CF14 Black 60 HIgh performance


Scandinavian market
Ref Color Hardness
Shore A
Applications Certificates
1079 Black 70 Sealing / Industry CR/SBR
64798 Black 60 Sealing / Industry CR/SBR
3932 Black 60 Sealing / Industry CR/SBR
64572 Black 65 Sealing / Industry CR/SBR
483 Black 60 Bearing / Oil sealing / fire resistant CR
64400 Black 40 Sealing / Industry CR/SBR

The current technical information has been carefully checked and given in good faith but it is not exempted from possible typing errors.

Historically, compounds have different commercial names in each market.
Our sales department can help you to find the quality that you need.

Please, contact us and we will be more than happy to help you in anyway we can.


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