Electrical conductivity in rubber refers to its ability to allow the flow of electrical current. Rubber materials can be made electrically conductive by incorporating conductive fillers, such as carbon black or metal particles, into the rubber matrix. These fillers create a conductive network that facilitates the movement of electrical current through the rubber material. The production of electrically conductive rubber involves a carefully controlled manufacturing process that combines rubber polymers with conductive fillers to achieve the desired electrical conductivity.

Electrically conductive rubber offers unique capabilities, combining the flexibility, resilience, and sealing properties of rubber with the ability to conduct electricity, allowing for a wide variety of uses.