Rubber Temperature Range

Welcome to our Rubber Temperature Range section

Here is a rubber temperature chart that provides high and low temperature ranges for all popular rubber materials. The closer that your material is to the limit of your rubber temperature range, the faster the material will degrade. Also, notice that Silicone has high rubber temperature resistance and also great low rubber temperature resistance. However, before you choose Silicone for an O-ring seal due to it's O-ring temperature range, there are also other Silicone shortcomings so make sure that it can withstand your particular environment by going to our rubber properties section and rubber chemical resistance chart.

ElastomerLow FHigh F
Buna-N (Nitrile)-40250
Butadiene, Styrene Butadiene-50212
Butyl-50250
Chloroprene (NeopreneĀ®)-45260
Ethylene Propylene-60260
Fluorocarbon (VitonĀ®)-25400
Fluorosilicone-100395
Hydrogenated Nitrile-30330
Natural Rubber / Isoprene-55210
Polyacrylate-25300
Silicone-100450