Closed-cell Sponge Rubber makes up these neoprene sheets. Gas is injected into the rubber during manufacture to generate enclosed air pockets, which results in this sponge rubber. This sponge is softer, more compressible, and better at absorbing energy than solid rubber because of these air pockets. Apart from this, our provided product is frequently utilized as a material for several aquatic applications because of its water resistance. It is frequently used in gasketing, where it creates a strong seal between rigid parts to stop the leakage of liquids or gases.
Closed-cell Sponge Rubber Specification