Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM)

A copolymer of Ethylene and Propylene (EPM), sometimes combined with a third co-monomer (EPDM), Ethylene Propylene has gained wide seal industries acceptor for its excellent ozone and chemical resistance characteristics.

Key Use:

Outdoor weather resistance uses. Hydraulic & Automotive Brake systems. Automobile Cooling systems. Water application low torque drives belts.

Working Temperature Range: - 60 °F to + 300 °F (Dry Heat Only)


  • With a working temperature range of - 60 °F to + 300 °F depending upon the compound, EPM/EPDM excel in its resistance to the very same chemical agents that cause rapid and extreme determination in Nitrile
  • In particular, EPM/EPDM features good resistance to such polar solvents as ketones (MKE and ACETONE). It is also highly recommended for effective resistance to steam (to 400°F); hot water: silicone oils and greases; dilute acids and alkaline; alcohol and automotive brakes fluids.
  • EPM/m EPDM further features excellent resistance to aging by both applications. EPM/ EPDM can also be compounded for FDA approved applications.