Neoprene Sponge Wetsuit MaterialDURAFOAM™ N231 & N207 100% NEOPRENE
Monmouth Rubber & Plastics
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100% Neoprene Wetsuit Material Manufactured in the USA by Monmouth Rubber & Plastics.
DURAFOAM™ N231 & N207 CHART
100% NEOPRENE – Made in USA
|TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTY||TEST METHOD||DURAFOAM N231||DURAFOAM N207|
|POLYMER||100% NEOPRENE||100% NEOPRENE|
|ASTM D 1056-13||2C1||2C2 & 2C3|
|DENSITY (LBS/FT³) APPROX||ASTM-D 1056||12||17|
|TENSILE STRENGTH (LB/IN)||ASTM-D-412 (DIE A)||200 PSI MIN||200 PSI MIN|
|TEAR STRENGTH (LB/IN)||ASTM-D-624 (DIE C)||40||40|
|ELONGATION (%) MIN.||ASTM-D-412 (DIE A)||400%||400%|
100% Neoprene Wetsuit Material – Made and Laminated in America!
An American Icon – The Wetsuit, Returns to Being ‘Made in America’
The Wetsuit – After nearly 25 years, U.S. manufacturer Monmouth Rubber and Plastics Corp. puts the ‘Made in America‘ label
back on an iconic American product. – Read the History of the Neoprene Wetsuit (PDF)
- Exceptional flotation
- Superior insulation against heat and cold
- Excellent shock absorption
- High strength-to-weight ratio
The Choice of Industry Leaders in Aquatic Markets
- Scuba Diving
- Water Sports
- Knee & Elbow Pads
- Aquatic Clothing
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Doing our part to lower carbon emissions into the atmosphere – Monmouth Rubber & Plastics.
Unlike other neoprene products, Durafoam™ N231 is not oil-derived. It is also not dependent on Butadiene Monomer or Petrochemicals – so less oil use means lower carbon emissions into the atmosphere. The manufacturing process is GREEN because the raw material is based on Limestone, a sedimentary rock that can be found naturally throughout out the world. Through the Acetylene process, Limestone is converted to Chloroprene Monomer to ultimately make Durafoam™ N231 – which is used by Gasket Cutters, Fabricators and OEMs to make all kinds of end products – including sponge neoprene wetsuits.
Doing our part to keep and create jobs in America – Monmouth Rubber & Plastics.
Located in Long Branch, N.J, Monmouth Rubber & Plastics Corp. is one of the few remaining manufacturers that solely keeps shop in the United States. “U.S. manufacturing is critical to maintain a strong economy. American people spending American dollars on American products equals American jobs” – John Bonforte, Sr.
Durafoam, Duraflex and Airaflex are available in some of the following types of rubber:
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Monmouth Rubber & Plastics Corporation, 75 Long Branch Avenue, Long Branch, N.J. 07740 USA
INT’L PHONE: (732) 229-3444
TOLL FREE: (888) 362-6888
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Whether you’re looking for open cell sponge rubber, solid sheeting or closed cell plastic foam, you can count on Monmouth Rubber & Plastics to deliver the materials you want.
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Neoprene was originally used as an oil resistant replacement for natural rubber.
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