Sour gas resistant rubber is a type of elastomer material that is specifically designed to withstand exposure to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas, as well as other acidic gases and liquids.

Sour gas resistant rubber materials are typically made from specialty elastomers that have been specifically formulated to withstand exposure to acidic gases and liquids. These materials may be made from a variety of elastomer types, including nitrile, fluoroelastomer, and perfluoroelastomer.
Sour gas resistant rubber materials are used in a wide range of applications, including in the oil and gas industry, chemical processing, and refining. These materials are commonly used in seals, gaskets, and other components that are used to contain sour gas and other acidic substances in equipment such as valves, pumps, and pipelines.

In the oil and gas industry, sour gas resistant rubber materials are used in a variety of applications, including in wellhead seals, pipeline gaskets, and packer elements. These components are critical for maintaining the integrity of the well and the pipeline system, and must be able to withstand exposure to sour gas and other corrosive substances.

In the chemical processing industry, sour gas resistant rubber materials are used in a variety of applications, including in reactor vessel seals, pump seals, and gaskets. These components must be able to withstand exposure to corrosive chemicals and high temperatures, and sour gas resistant rubber materials are able to provide the required performance characteristics.