Trade name and the designation usual in the USA for chloro-sulfonated rubber (CSR)
A synthetic rubber particularly suited for insulating electrical wiring; does not melt (thermosetting) or burn so a short in one wire of a harness will not melt adjacent wires; protects entire harness front damage; also features high resistance to oil, grease, ozone and other underhood chemicals, which promotes long life.
A DuPont trade name for a synthetic rubber (chlorosulfonated polyethylene) used as insulating and jacketing material for wire and cable.
Du Pont trademark for chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSPE) synthetic rubber.
Trademarked name for a Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene synthetic rubber product. While it is used in a variety of industrial applications, it has long been used with good results in the form of rod grips. Somewhat heavy, but extremely resistant to sunlight, solvents and detergents.
DuPont's trade name for their chlorosulfonated polyethylene, an ozone-resistant synthetic rubber.
Dupont's trade name for their chlorosulfinated polyethylene, and ozone resistant synthetic rubber.
(chemical identification: chlorosulfonated polyethylene-CSM): chlorosulfonated polyethylene in white chips, used for a wide range of industrial and automotive applications that require high performance.
A synthetic rubber consisting of chlorosulfonated polyethylene. Provides long life in harsh environments and used in a wide range of industrial and automotive applications that require high performance.
A polymer that is completely resistant to ozone attack under the most extreme conditions possesses excellent color stability plus the action of acids, bases, and many other chemicals.
Hypalon is a brand name of Du Pont. Its technical name is chlorosulfonated polyethylene, but you probably know it as simply synthetic rubber. It's one of the most popular types of materials used in inflatable boat manufacture. Its more expensive than PVC, but lasts longer, being more resilient to UV damage, abrasions, and gas and oil. It has an average life of 20-30 years. Hypalon inflatable boats can be repaired and restored with SRC Tuff-Coat.
Hypalon is a trademark for chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSPE) synthetic rubber (CSM) noted for its resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes, and ultraviolet light. It is a product of Du Pont Performance Elastomers.