CR Rubber Sheet

What Is Neoprene?
Neoprene or polychloroprene is a family of synthetic rubbers that are produced by polymerization of chloroprene (a foaming process). It is available for purchase either as neoprene sheets or neoprene rolls.

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So, briefly what is neoprene? Neoprene is a soft, flexible, and durable synthetic sponge rubber that has the following unique features:

  • WATER RESISTANCE:  Neoprene (rubber) sheds water like a duck, making it an ideal outdoor material and an excellent choice for surf suits, wet (diving) suits and dry suits..
  • WEATHER RESISTANCE: Neoprene (rubber) resists degradation from sunlight, ozone, oxidation, rain, snow, sand and dust- all weather conditions.
  • THERMAL AND MOISTURE INSULATION: the gas cells of neoprene (rubber) make it an ideal insulation material, most notably in wetsuits and can holders.
  • STRETCHABLE:  Neoprene (rubber) is elastic and form-fitting; it conforms to objects/equipments of varying sizes and shapes.
  • CUSHIONING AND PROTECTION:  Neoprene (rubber) comes in various thickness and density to absorb the shock of everyday handling (shock protection)- ideal for protective cover not only for many equipments such as cameras, cellular phones but also human body such as knee and elbow pads (braces)….etc.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND BUOYANCY:  a foamed neoprene (rubber) containing gas cells and therefore is light weight and can float on the water.
  • CHEMICAL AND OIL (PETROLEUM DERIVATIVES) RESISTANT:   Neoprene (rubber) performs well in contact with oils and many chemicals and remains useful over a wide temperature range.  That is why many companies use neoprene (rubber) for protective gear and clothing, such as gloves (for food processing) and aprons.
  • LATEX FREE:  Since neoprene is a synthetic rubber, there is no latex in neoprene- no allergy that associated with latex will be found in neoprene.
Neoprene Rubber Sheet Catalogue
CR-001: CR rubber  sheet
CR-002: Chloroprene rubber sheet
CR-003: Commercial neoprene rubber sheet
CR-004: FDA grade neoprene rubber sheet
CR-005: Cloth inserted neoprene rubber sheet
CR-006: Textured neoprene rubber sheet
CR-007: Industrial neoprene rubber sheet
CR-008: Anti-static neoprene rubber sheet
CR-009: Fire retardant neoprene rubber sheet
CR-010: Neoprene rubber foam


Neoprene is noted for a unique combination of properties, which has led to its use in thousands of applications in diverse environments. Neoprene is a polymer that provides moderate oil and gasoline resistance, very good resistance to ozone and sunlight, excellent adhesion to fabric and metals, good resistance to abrasion and flex cracking and very good resistance to alkalis and acids.

General Information:
• Common Name: CR, Chloreprene, Neoprene
• Chemical Name: Polychloroprene
• Generally Resistant To: OModerate Chemicals and Acids, Ozone, Oils, Fats, Greases and    
• Generally Attacked By: KEsters, Ketones, Chloronated, Aromatic and Nitro Hydrocarbons

Mechanical Properties:
• Abrasion Resistance: Good to Excellent
• Tear Resistance: Good
• Impact Resistance: Good to Excellent
• Flame Resistance: Very Good to Excellent

Environmental Resistance:
• Recommended Shelf Life: 5 to 10 years
• Weather Resistance: Good
• Sunlight Resistance: Good to very good
• Ozone Resistance: Good
• Oxidization Resistance: Good
• Water Resistance: Excellent
• Steam Resistance: Poor to Good
• Gas Permeability: Fair to Good

Chemical Resistance:
• Acetone:  Little to Minor Effect
• Amonium Hydroxide: Little to Minor Effect
• Animal Fats: Minor to Moderate Effect
• Carbon Dioxide: Minor to Moderate Effect
• Chlorine:
• Fuel Oil: Minor to Moderate Effect
• Gasoline: Minor to Moderate Effect
• Hydrochloric Acid 37%
     Cold : Minor to Moderate Effect
• Hydrochloric Acid Concentrate 37% 
     Cold : Minor to Moderate Effect
• Kerosene: Moderate to Severe Effect
• Methyl Ethyl Ketone: NOT RECOMMENDED
• Mineral Oil: Minor to Moderate Effect
• Naptha: Moderate to Severe Effect
• Natural Gas: Little or Minor Effect
• Nitric Acid: 
     Concentrate : Moderate to Severe Effect
     Dilluted : Little or Minor Effect
• Phosphoric Acid:
     20% : Minor to Moderate Effect
     45% : Minor to Moderate Effect
• Salt Water: Little or Minor Effect
• Sodium Hydroxide: Little or Minor Effect
• Sulfuric Acid:
    Concentrated : NOT RECOMMENDED
     Dilluted : Minor to Moderate Effect
• Transformer Oil: NOT RECOMMENDED
• Vegetable Oils: Minor to Moderate Effect
• Vinegar: Little or Minor Effect

Recommended Storage Conditions:
• Store in a cool, dry place with temperature below 25°C.
• Keep away from direct heat or open flames.
• Avoid contact with solvents or other fluids.
• Do not store in direct sunlight.
• Keep products wrapped or sealed to minimize the absorption of moisture.
• Store in a relaxed condition free from tension, compression or other deformation.

Related Neoprene Rubber Products

Are you considering having your neoprene product manufactured overseas? Our neoprene factories overseas have a very strong product design group to help perfect your neoprene finished product.
Here is what we can do for you step by step:

We can help you design your neoprene product from the idea stage or help you with the finishing touches on your existing design.

  1. We will give you a prototype sample and quotation for your approval.
  2. There will be a minimum quantity you will need to order.
  3. The lead time is usually 60 - 90 days from the date of your purchase order.
  4. We have all the visa required to ship the neoprene products to the United States. We will arrange all the ocean shipping, insurance, U.S. Customs clearance, and inland delivery to your door.
Our neoprene factories produce a wide range of grades and thickness variations of neoprene, so there is sure to be one to fit your product needs. Please call us for more information.

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