Rubber is a flexible material made from the juice sap (latex) of some tropical plants or petroleum and natural gas. The rubber produced from the juice sap of trees is called natural rubber and the rubber produced from petroleum products is called synthetic rubber. Both types are versatile materials.

Rubber is a durable and flexible material derived from the rubber tree and has a great place in today's industry. The rubber tree takes its name from the indian language, it means weeping tree in their language. The indians saw that a white, sticky and milky liquid leaked from the tree, then dried it over time and started making toy balls.

More than 15 million tons of rubber are produced annually around the world; About a third of it is natural rubber.  Due to the demand of natural rubber, in order to obtain cheap and in abundance rubber, synthetic or artificial rubber was produced by the Germans in the 1900s and thus many types of rubber showed up. When natural rubber is stretched over and over again, it almost returns to its original size. This feature distinguishes natural rubber from synthetic rubber and all other materials containing rubber.

Rubber, which is found in products such as shoes, raincoats, buttons, combs and belts that we use in our daily life, is also widely used in tires. It is a very important product due to its softness, durability, adhesiveness, water and air impermeability, and is used extensively in areas such as insulation because it does not conduct electricity.

Today, rubber is as widely used as wood. Its beneficial properties such as great strength, long life, water and heat resistance make this material perfect for tire production. In fact, a large percentage of rubber production is in the automotive industry. Rubber has a wide variety of colors, styles and textures and is extremely various.

The most important feature of rubber is that it has a high elasticity. When heated, it softens and melts at 220°C. Then, with the distillation, rubber oil is obtained and this oil is used to dissolve the rubber.

Type of Rubber Code Working Temperature Usage Areas
Min Max

55 °C

135 °C
With its fuel and oil resistance and advantageous mechanical properties, it can be used in places where heat and abrasion resistance can be provided. Typical usage areas are static mats, o-rings, sealing membranes in crankshafts and valves, tank covering, worker boots and soles, gasoline, diesel fuel, liquefied phases, petroleum-based fluids, engine oils, diesel fuels, hydraulic oils, mineral oils, machine oils.
 CHLOROPRENE Rubber (Neoprene) CR

40 °C

120 °C

It is resistant to atmospheric conditions, ozone, water and salt water and gaseous petroleum products. Mineral liquids, lemonade, beer, wine, milk, castor oil and vegetable oils, soda water, alcohol, chlorine are the areas of use.


It is resistant to external factors, ozone, brake fluid. Boiling water and hot steam, alcohol, chlorine, phosphate-based flammable substances, acetone, mineral water, lemonade, beer, wine, milk and milk products, castor oil and vegetable oils, points with low friction are the areas of use. It is not used in mineral oils.
Styrene-Butadiene Rubber

60 °C 

In the brake mechanisms of motor vehicles, silicone oils, acetone and low ketone, alcohol, and diluted alcohol are the areas of use. It is not used in natural gas or mineral oils.

60 °C

  90 °C
In pneumatical applications, oil, flammable oils, crude oil, petrol, ozone and sunlight, tahgy vinegar that is not resistant to water, ketone, chlorine and nitrogen hydrocarbons the areas of use. It has excellent resistance to high pressure rupture, tear and abrasion.

70 °C

  230 °C
Hot air, oxygen, high temperature inert gases, high temperature liquids, ozone, engine and gear oils, animal and vegetable oils, brake fluids are the areas of use.

25 °C      

260 °C
 Mineral oils, high flash point hydraulic oils, greases, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, gasoline, four star gasoline, cerosin, benzol, silicone oils, gases, hot air, methanol mixed gases, synthetic oils, inorganic acids, halogen hydraulic carbons are the areas of use.

60 °C      

100 °C
It is resistant to acids and bases, alcohol, cold and hot water. Places that require high flexibility and mechanical properties are the areas of use.