Fournier Rubber supplies many different types of sheet rubber with a wide variation of thickness, hardness, and temperature range to meet any application you may need. Our sheet rubber can be sold in bulk by the roll, or to be cut to specific size by length and width, or to be Die-Cut into customized gaskets.

The durometers and thicknesses listed below will be only what we stock but other sizes can be special ordered through Fournier Rubber. Call and speak with a Customer Service Representative to find out pricing for your specific application.

In general, most types of rubber can be ordered in the ranges below:
Thickness range – 1/64″, 1/32″, 1/16″, 3/32″, 1/8″, 3/16″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″, 2″
Durometers range – 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90

Types of Sheet RubberFournier Item CategoryThickness Range (in stock) UOM = InchesDurometer (in stock)Temperature RangeColorCompositionExamples of Typical UsesDescription
Butyl RubberFR1341/16, 1/860-40 to 180 °FBlackIsobutylene- isoprene
  • * Seals for vacuum applications
  • * Tire inner liners and tubes
  • * Hydraulic applications where synthetic fluids are used
  • * many applications requiring an airtight rubber
  • * Molded gaskets
  • * Marine environments and electrical applications because of its above average tear resistance
  • * Good flexibility while having excellent resistance to gas and steam permeation
  • * excellent dielectric properties
  • * Very good weathering resistance
  • * High abrasion resistance
  • * Low permeability to air
  • * Poor flame resistance and cold flow characteristics are limited
  • * Poor resistance to petroleum based fluids
EPDM Rubber5641/32, 1/16, 1/8, 3/1650, 60-50 to 250 °FBlack(in stock), WhiteEthylene- Propylene- Diene Modified
  • * excellent general purpose gasket materials
  • * Outdoor applications where weather, water, ozone, and UV rays resistance is required
  • * used in the HVAC industry
  • * Used for gaskets, bumpers, auto parts, weather stripping, and conveyor belts
  • * Exceptional resistance to weather aging factors
  • * Very good resistance to steam and oxygenated solvents
  • * Not recommended for use with petroleum oils
Neoprene RubberFR124, FR129, FR135, FR153, FR1541/16, 3/32, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4, 140, 50, 60, 70-20 to 190 °FBlackChloroprene
  • * Multi purpose
  • * Refrigeration seals
  • * Meets standards of mass transit industries
  • * Bumpers, pads, sealing, and general gasket applications
  • *Electrical insulation
  • * Invented in 1930 as a substitute for natural rubber, and is the first synthetic rubber that is more resistent to water, oils, heat and solvents than natural rubber and its known for its versatility
  • * Invented in 1930 as a substitute for natural rubber, and is the first synthetic rubber that is more resistent to water, oils, heat and solvents than natural rubber and its known for its versatility
  • * Invented in 1930 as a substitute for natural rubber, and is the first synthetic rubber that is more resistent to water, oils, heat and solvents than natural rubber and its known for its versatility
  • * Invented in 1930 as a substitute for natural rubber, and is the first synthetic rubber that is more resistent to water, oils, heat and solvents than natural rubber and its known for its versatility
  • * Invented in 1930 as a substitute for natural rubber, and is the first synthetic rubber that is more resistent to water, oils, heat and solvents than natural rubber and its known for its versatility
FR114 HIGHER GRADE1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/450-30 to 225 °FBlack(in stock), White
  • * Multi purpose
  • * Refrigeration seals
  • * Meets standards of mass transit industries
  • * Bumpers, pads, sealing, and general gasket applications
  • *Electrical insulation
  • * Invented in 1930 as a substitute for natural rubber, and is the first synthetic rubber that is more resistent to water, oils, heat and solvents than natural rubber and its known for its versatility
  • *Excellent: tensile strength, abrasion resistance, and resistance to heat build up
  • *Moderate resistance to ozone, oils, refrigerants, gasoline, and some chemicals
  • * Adheres well to metals and fabric
Viton® Rubber (trademark of E.I. Dupont Inc)TD70C1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/475-10 to 400 °FBlackFKM Flurocarbon (66% Flurine)
  • *commonly used in O-rings and Gaskets
  • *Chemical-resistant gloves
  • *high-performance automotive seals due to being able to hold up to oxygenate-rich gasolines, harsh engine oils and high engine temperatures
  • *Excellent oil and air resistance both at low and high temperatures
  • *Very good chemical resistance
  • *Heat-resistance properties outlast Nitrile and other general purpose elastomers
Nitrile (Buna-N) RubberFR1131/16, 1/860-30 to 250 °FBlackNBR Butadiene, acrylonitrile
  • * General purpose oil-resistant used in fuel hoses, gaskets, rollers and other products in which oil resistance is required
  • * Most widely used product for sealing due to its excellent resistance to petroleum products
  • * more than 50% of the o-rings sold are nitrile o-rings
  • * hydraulic fluid applications
  • * industrial and automotive applications such as transmission belts and hoses
  • * disposable non-latex gloves
  • * Excellent resistance to oil, gasoline, solvents, and hydraulic fluid
  • * Good abrasion resistance
  • * Poor resistance to concentrated Acids
Natural Gum RubberFR1451/32, 1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/240-20 to 180 °FTanIsoprene, natural
  • * tires
  • * Tubing
  • * Gaskets
  • * Belting
  • * Vibration isolators
  • * Crude natural rubber is found in the juices of many plants, after the latex is processed it becomes an elastomer
  • * excellent flexibility and tear resistance
  • * excellent resistance to water and cold flow
  • * low compression set and bonds easily to a wide range of materials
  • * poor resistance to sunlight, oxygen, ozone, UV rays, and high temperatures
SBR RubberFR162 (Red Sheet), FR142 (Chute Lining/ Skirtboard in pre-cut widths), FR146(Chute Lining/ Skirtboard in full width Rolls)1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 145, 60, 70-20 to 180 °FRed, BlackStyrene- Butadiene
  • * Tire, tubes, gaskets, belts, hoses, seals, bumpers
  • * many different industrial applications due to its long service life
  • * Gaskets, seals, and o-rings
  • * Jobs wanting a more physical aesthetic appeal
  • * Excellent, low-cost, flange gasket material
  • * Good electrical insulation
  • * similar to natural rubber but has superior water, heat, and abrasion resistance
  • * wide temperature range and typically odorless
  • * Excellent resistance to high temperatures
  • * Excellent vibration damping
Silicone RubberFR132 (sheet rubber), FR466(sponge)sheet rubber: 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4
sponge: 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2
sheet rubber: 50
sponge: Medium Density in stock (can be special ordered in soft or firm density)
-80 to 500 °FBlack, Red, GreyPolysiloxane
  • *Excellent vibration damping
  • *Generally odorless and non-toxic
  • *Excellent Gasket Material
  • * Excellent high and low temperature properties
  • * Poor tensile, tear, and abrasion resistance
  • * FDA approved Ingredients
  • * Low Compression Set
Cork RubberDC100, NC7101/16, 1/8Soft, Medium, and Firm Densities-40 to 250 °FBrownCork, blended with a Buna, Nitrile, or Neoprene Rubber
  • * Sealing applications
  • * Gaskets
  • * noise reduction
  • * Good compressibility
  • * Good oil resistance
Hypalon® Rubber (trademark of E.I. Dupont Inc)Not in stock but can be special orderedNot in stock but can be special orderedNot in stock but can be special ordered-20 to 220 °FBlackChloro-sulfonyl-polyethylene
  • * Used in whitewater rafts, containment suits, outdoor equipment
  • * Used in single-ply roofing membrane
  • * Noted for its resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes, and ultraviolet light
  • * An extremely durable and waterproof elastomer
PORON® Urethane Foam (trademark of Rogers Corp)47011/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4Shore”O” <3, 8, 16 Shore "A" <3, 5, 12 [Density: 15, 20, 25, 30 (lb/cubic foot)]-60 to 250 °FBlackUrethane Foam
  • * Enclosure Doors
  • * Consumer Appliances
  • * Automotive Interiors
  • * Sealing and Gasketing
  • * Impact Resistance
  • * Protective Gear and Footwear
  • * Elasticity
  • * Good Chemical Resistance
  • * Flame Retardant
  • * Easy to work with
  • * Will take adhesive coating
  • * Poor moisture resistance