UIP International Inc, offers a full line of commercial grade sheet rubber products which are manufactured
under strict guidelines for exceptional quality. Large Inventories of elastomers are available from stock
including Neoprene, Red Rubber, CI Sheet, EPDM, Nitrile, White FDA Sheet, Pure Gum, CSM, Butyl and
• All sheet packing sold in full one piece roll quantities, except Viton®
• Price is per pound for actual shipping weight, however, square foot, square yard, lineal foot and
lineal yard prices can be provided.
• Freight: F.O.B. Houston; $2500 freight allowed or $3500 combination orders (Sheet Rubber,
Industrial Hose and/or AIC Couplings).
• Made to RMA’s specifications
• All orders confirmed back to customer for error-free shipping
• Drop shipments sent to your customer blind with your packing list when required
Special products, not stocked, can be quoted for a factory order. For examples: special sizes,
elastomers, duros, special specs and/or molded products.
Storage of Rubber Products
Rubber products in storage can be adversely affected by the following items:
• Corrosive liquids & fumes
• Insects & rodents
The warehousing area should be relatively cool, dark and free from dampness and mildew. All items
should be stored on a first-in, first-out basis, since even under these conditions, an unusual length of
shelf life could deteriorate certain products.
The ideal storage temperature for rubber products is 50° to 70°F with a maximum limit of 100°F. If stored
below 32°F, some products may become stiff and should be warmed before being placed into service.
Rubber products should not be stored near sources of heat, such as radiators and base heaters. Rubber
products should not be stored under conditions of high or low humidity.
To protect against the adverse effects of ozone, rubber products should not be stored near electrical
equipment that may generate ozone and should not be stored for any lengthy period in geographical
areas of known high ozone. Conditions of direct and reflected sunlight should also be avoided.
Whenever feasible, rubber products should be stored in their original shipping containers, especially
when such containers are wooden crates or cardboard cartons, since this will provide protection against
the deteriorating effects of oils, solvents, and corrosive liquids, and will also afford some protection
against sunlight. Certain rodents and insects thrive on rubber products, so adequate protection should be provided from them.