Extruded HNBR Parts

At Kismet Rubber, we leverage highly trained personnel and innovative equipment to produce high-performing products from HNBR without breaking the budget. Our team has the capability to manufacture a range of custom HNBR products, some examples include: 

HNBR Industrial & Commercial Benefits 

HNBR is also known as Highly Saturated Nitrile or HSN. It’s a special class of nitrile rubber that has been hydrogenated to increase the saturation of the butadiene segment of the carbon polymer backbone. 

The compound withstands both hot and cold temperatures and is renowned for physical toughness. Additional characteristics include: 

  • High mechanical strength
  • Excellent heat and oxidation stability
  • Resistance to modern oils, fuels, and coolants
  • Improved wear resistance
  • Temperature range from -60 degrees Celsius to 160 degrees Celsius

HNBR Applications

The ability to withstand long-term exposure to heat, oil, and chemicals makes HNBR versatile yet dependable. This material is used across a range of markets that can benefit from HNBR: 

The combination of robust physical and chemical properties, plus optimum performance in extreme temperatures, make HNBR perfect for a variety of applications. Common uses for HNBR rubber products include: 

  • Air-conditioning seals and hoses
  • Engine seals and gaskets
  • Fuel system seals and hoses 
  • Suspension seals
  • Piston seals
  • Heat exchanger gaskets
  • Rotary shaft seals

 

Why Kismet Rubber?

Over the past 60 years, Kismet Rubber Products has earned the reputation for manufacturing high quality, high-performance custom extruded parts for our customers.

Our design and engineering experts work with your team to determine the right material type, size, and shape for the intended industry you serve. Whether you have a completed design or an unfinished idea, we can manufacture custom rubber parts profiles for just about any application. With over 150 years of combined experience, you can be assured that your product will meet your specifications.

Contact us to learn more about HNBR and how it can benefit your application. 

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