Shotblast rubber sheeting is a black natural rubber which is extremely durable and resistance against abrasion. ‘Shotblast’ rubber sheeting as a lot of people know it by is most often used for shot-blast and chute lining. Its hard wearing properties also mean it is used for scrapers, wear strips and rubber seals.

Natural rubber sheeting possesses very high tear strength making it the first choice in many construction applications and chute linings. Shotblast rubber sheeting is also available in red colour, for applications that require the highest quality abrasion resistant properties we supply our RubbaStar® abrasion resistant rubber sheeting.

Shot blast rubber is also commonly referred to as Tan Para rubber or Gum Rubber sheeting. In pure gum rubber form, the rubber sheet is tan in colour. Please click here to see Tan Para Rubber Sheeting.

Neoprene Rubber Sheet to British Standard 2752 is used in applications that require a higher level of performance and resistance than your commercial grade neoprene’s. Its properties make it one of the best multi-functional rubbers. This type of neoprene rubber has excellent stretching capabilities while remaining strong enough to be elastic.

What is Neoprene?
Neoprene® is actually a trade name of the synthetic rubber compound Polychloroprene, though it is far more widely referred to as neoprene.

Neoprene Rubber Sheeting BS2752 is resistant to many chemicals, fuel & oil, weathering and also good abrasion resistance. These properties mean the material is commonly used in a range of different industries from marine to food for high performance seals & gaskets.

Commercial rubber sheeting is used for a wide range of general purpose applications including die cut gaskets and rubber seals.

We supply this commercial quality rubber sheeting in a range of thicknesses from 1mm to 50mm, in full rolls and converted to gaskets and seals.