Custom Butyl Parts

Minor rubber manufactures custom butyl parts, which is impermeable to most common gasses and has good resistance to sunlight and ozone. Butyl is normally satisfactory when exposed to animal and vegetable oils and oxidizing chemicals. Butyl is not recommended for use with petroleum solvent, coal tar and aromatic hydrocarbons. At Minor Rubber, we offer u-channels in butyl. 

Butyl Characteristics:

  • Common Names: Butyl
  • ASTM D2000 Classification: AA, BA
  • Military (MIL-STD 417): RS
  • Chemical Definition: Isobutylene Isoprene

General Characteristics

  • Durometer Range: 40 – 90
  • Tensile Range (P.S.I.): 500 – 3000
  • Elongation (Max. %): 850
  • Compression Set: Fair to Good
  • Resilience – Rebound: Fair
  • Abrasion Resistance: Fair
  • Tear Resistance: Good
  • Solvent Resistance: Poor
  • Oil Resistance: Poor
  • Low Temperature Usage: -10° to -60°
  • High Temperature Usage: up to 250°
  • Aging Weather – Sunlight: Excellent
  • Adhesion to Metals: Good

Questions about butyl rubber parts? Contact Minor Rubber today to learn more!