Masticated Rubber

When superior hardness, tensile, and tear strength are a necessity, look to Ecore’s line of masticated-like rubber products for a perfect fit. Ecore currently manufactures two grades of masticated-like rubber. This portfolio contains materials for many non-fluid sealing automotive applications, such as stone or splash shields, radiator baffles, mud flaps, agricultural matting, suspension mounts, and die cut parts. Ecore's masticated-like rubber also meets and/or exceeds many automotive specifications required by Ford, Toyota, Nissan, and Honda to name a few. With numerous roll widths and material thicknesses available, Ecore is confident that we can provide a material to meet your industrial or automotive needs.

Contact Ecore at 866.883.7780 for a list of automotive specifications that our materials meet and exceed.

Product Thickness Range Description Applications
1mm - 9.5mm A firm grade of SBR masticated rubber having a firm compression with a high hardness, tensile strength, tear strength and elongation properties. Die-cut non-fluid sealing automotive parts in thinner gauges such as stone or splash shields and radiator baffles.
1mm - 8mm A firm grade of SBR masticated rubber with physical properties similar to but stronger and firmer than those of 7620. Die-cut non-fluid sealing automotive parts in thin gauges where higher tensile and tear strength are required.

This product is ISO 9001 Certified

Ecore International’s Quality Management System for the manufacture and distribution of rubber, cork, and cork/rubber products for non-flooring applications has been certified to ISO 9001. Globally recognized and respected, ISO 9001 standards are set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a Geneva-based worldwide federation of national standard bodies. This certification demonstrates Ecore’s commitment to and implementation of a dedicated, systematic and quantifiable approach to quality-of-service standards through a rigorous auditing process. ISO 9001 standards specify organizational requirements in documentation, procedures and operations for a quality management system and are important for companies focused on demonstrating the ability to consistently provide products or services that meet customer satisfaction and applicable regulatory requirements.