rubber sponge

rubber sponge

[′rəb·ər ¦spənj]
(materials)
Foamed, flexible rubber; produced by beating air into unvulcanized latex, or by incorporating a gas-producing ingredient (such as sodium bicarbonate) into a strongly masticated rubber stock; used for comfort cushioning, packaging, and shock insulation. Also known as cellular rubber; foam rubber; rubber foam; sponge rubber.
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Use a couple of rubber sponge floats to hold down boards on your jointer.
Tenders are invited for Supply of rubber sponge ball
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(32) New liquid silicone rubber sponge having open-ceil structure.