Sponge rubber sheet products

Closed cell sponge is ideal for sealing against air or fluid in specific applications and is available from stock in a range of thicknesses, densities and materials, with special grades available to also allow properties such as shock absorption and acoustic or thermal insulation.

We keep stocks of the more common foam rubber materials, from the traditional expanded natural rubber grades through to high specification synthetic rubbers such as Viton® and silicone.  The more popular products that we offer include:

  • Silicone sponge
  • Viton sponge
  • Closed cell expanded neoprene sponge (firm and standard grades)
  • Closed Cell expanded EPDM sponge
  • Plastazote® polyethylene foam in a range of densities (LD45 and LD33 being our most popular options)

Buy expanded silicone, EPDM and neoprene sponge from our online store

Foams and sponges can be supplied with or without self-adhesive backing, in a range of thicknesses from 1.5mm through to 25mm, and the silicone is available in a variety of colours (although the standard is off-white). We can supply foam rubber in many forms, for example as gaskets, strips, rubber extrusions, and with various grades of self adhesive backing dependent on the application. With a wide range of materials available from stock, we can provide part or full rolls/sheets of material for fast shipping. We can also rapidly manufacture custom sizes or special materials for specific applications.

With production, stockholding and fabrication facilities enabling the supply of either bespoke or standard parts, we maintain sufficient capacity and expertise to offer good lead times where the customer requires exceptional service.  Our planning systems ensure we maintain  high levels of service across our vast range of products and customers.


Please follow the links to access details on our cutting and punching expertise, detailed technical specifications, and more detail on the various processes / techniques available for the production of rubber foam sheeting.