Sheet Rubber

Extra thick, super thin or doublewide, we supply calendered sheeting to fit your request-including custom and specialty fabrics and backing.

There are many reasons to make Hanna Rubber your choice for calendered sheeting. Our commitment to continuous quality improvement, top rated customer service, knowledgeable sales staff and technical support.

Please contact Hanna Rubber for commercial and specification grade rubber including ASTM, AMS, AASHTO, AAR, BMS, FDA, NSF, Military

Available Materials

Butyl rubber

Hanna Rubber supplies Butyl Rubber 36″ wide rolls 1/32″ –2″ thick (30-80 durometer).

Butyl rubber is impermeable to most common gasses and has good resistance to sunlight and ozone. Butyl is normally satisfactory when exposed to animal and vegetable oils and oxidizing chemicals.

Butyl is not recommended for use with petroleum solvent, coal tar and aromatic hydrocarbons.


ECH is becoming more and more popular with auto manufacturers because of its resistance to biofuels as well as petroleum products. ECH offers excellent fuel and oil resistance, good weather resistance, abrasion resistance, tear strength and performs well temperatures up to 300°F.

EPDM rubber

Hanna Rubber stocks EPDM Rubber 36″ wide rolls 1/32″ – 2″ thick (40-90 durometer).

Ethylene Propylene is a polymer with outstanding properties. It has exceptionally good weather aging and ozone resistance; excellent water and chemical resistance; excellent resistance to gas permeability, and excellent resistance to aging due to exposure to steam; and heat, resistance excellent up to 350F. Ethylene Propylene is a polymer where oil and solvent resistance is poor; however, it is fairly good in ketones and alcohols.

It is not recommended for food applications or exposure to aromatic hydrocarbons.

Fluorosilicone rubber

This product is used when you need the high temperature resistance of silicone rubber along with resistance to fuels, coolants and oils that would otherwise damage normal silicone. Fluorosilicone is weather resistant and offers a temperature range of -75°F to more than 400°F depending on the compound. Hanna Rubber offers roll goods 36 inch or 48 inch wide with a hardness range of 40 durometer through 70 durometer.

Our fluorosilicone meets military spec Mil-R-25988.

Please contact us for more information.

Food grade rubber

Our Food Grade Sheet is manufactured from Food and Drug Administration approved ingredients.

It is a superior, long-life sheet designed specifically for general gasketing, countertops and skirting in all areas of food processing and pharmaceutical and cosmetics manufacturing.

Approved by USDA for meat and poultry processing.

Material is available in 36″ or 48″ wide
Weight is based on 1/8″ thick per Sq Yd

Hypalon rubber

Hypalon is a trademark for chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSPE) synthetic rubber (CSM) noted for its resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes, and ultraviolet light as well as abrasion resistance.

Hanna Rubber offers this premium grade synthetic rubber sheet in rolls 36″ or 48″ wide and also in molded slabs.

Neoprene rubber

Hanna Rubber stocks Neoprene (CR-chloroprene) in 36″ and 48″ wide rolls 1/32″ – 2″ thick (40-90 durometer).

Neoprene is a polymer chloroprene and is available in many varieties including nonsulfur modified “W” and the more common sulfur modified “GN” types. Neoprene is know for its resistance to oil, gasoline, sunlight, ozone and oxidation; however, there are other polymers that have better resistance to these same elements. CR’s most important advantage is its ability to combine these properties moderately into one all-purpose polymer.

Nitrile rubber

Hanna Rubber stocks Nitrile (NBR) 36″ wide rolls 1/32″ – 2″ thick (40-90 durometer).

Nitrile (Buna-N) is a general purpose oil resistant polymer which has good solvent, oil, water and hydraulic fluid resistance, good compression set, abrasion resistance and tensile strength.

Nitrile should not be used in highly polar solvents such as acetone, and MEK, ozone, chlorinated hydrocarbons and nitro hydrocarbons.

Pure gum rubber (natural rubber)

Hanna Rubber stocks Tan Natural Rubber 36″ wide rolls 1/32″ – ½” thick
(40 durometer).

Natural Rubber has many good characteristics – high resilience, good compression set, very good friction surface, high tear strength, low crack growth and good low temperature properties.

Natural rubber is not recommended for oil and solvent and has poor ozone resistance.

Other Trade names: Pure Gum Rubber, Live Rubber

Red rubber

Red rubber is available in 36″ and 48″ wide rolls 1/32″ – 1/4″ thick (75 Durometer).

It is a low cost non-oil resistant material. It has good water resistance and resilience up to 70 durometer; compression set becomes poorer with higher durometer; generally satisfactory for most moderate chemicals and wet or dry organic acids.

Red Rubber is not recommended for ozone, strong acids, oils, greases, fats, and most hydrocarbons.

Silicone rubber has many applications because of its wide temperature range -100°F to +500°F depending on the compound, media and application. Hanna Rubber offers many grades of silicone including Military Spec, AMS (Aerospace), Food Grade and Commercial all with or without reinforcement.

Hanna Rubber has available thickness from .010″ thru 1″ and beyond. Silicone Rubber can be made in a variety of colors such as Red, Blue, White and many others. We have available a hardness range of 30 durometer thru 90 durometer.


Styrene Butadiene (SBR)

Styrene Butadiene (SBR) is available in 1/16 – 1/4″ thickness in 36″ wide rolls. SBR has good abrasion resistance and an excellent impact and cut-and-gouge resistance. It can be compounded to use as skirtboard rubber, lining rubber, conveyor belt covers, tires and other extremely demanding applications. It is frequently used as a low cost general purpose gasket material.

It is not suited for use with oils, fuels, solvents, or hydraulic fluids.

Viton rubber

Viton is the most specified fluoroelastomer, well known for its excellent (400°F/200°C) heat resistance. Viton offers excellent resistance to aggressive fuels and chemicals. There are many types of Viton to meet specific end-use and processing needs. There are differences between types of Viton in terms of chemical resistance and mechanical properties.

Whether your application is automotive, chemical processing or any number of other industrial applications, there is a particular type of Viton that best meets your specific performance requirements. The general purpose types differ primarily from the specialty types in chemical resistance. In the specialty family, the choice is among four types that are tailored for superior fluid resistance, low-temperature performance or combinations of these properties.

Please contact Hanna Rubber for all your Viton requirements.

Metal Detectable Silicone is the perfect solution to eroding particles from deteriorating seals from entering the process line. These particles can be easily detected with in-line metal detection systems. Allowing for a quick stop of production to remove the contaminated product and limiting loss.