|Thickness||2mm - 3mm|
|Packaging Type||25 kg|
|Grade Standard||Synthetic Rubber|
|Temperature||180 Degreec - 220 Degreec|
|Elongation||300% - 900%|
|Strength||100 to 350|
|Is It Abrasion Resistance||Abrasion Resistance|
Synthetic rubber usage like natural rubber, synthetic rubber has a varied range of applications, such as follows:
Tire industry (car, aircraft and bicycle tires)
Molded parts etc.
Low cost alternative to natural rubber
Low temperature flexibility
Exceptional heat resistance
Wide temperature range
Comparable abrasion resistance to natural rubber
Producing synthetic rubber involves various petroleum-based monomers. These monomers can be mixed in a variety of proportions to be copolymerized. As a result, it can create products with a wide range of physical, mechanical, and chemical characteristics. Monomers can either be produced pure or with additional impurities and additives during the design process.