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  • A Brief Introduction to EPDM

    A Brief Introduction to EPDM   EPDM – also known as ethylene propylene diene monomer – is an extremely versatile material used in a variety of applications, from automotive products to HVAC parts. This type of rubber also acts as a less expensive alternative to silicone, as it can last for l...
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  • What Are the Weather Resistance Performance of Different Elastomers

    What Are the Weather Resistance Performance of Different Elastomers?   In selecting a rubber which can withstand the elements for use in any particular application, it is necessary to understand the different ways in which the weather can affect any given elastomer, with the most common bein...
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  • Why do We Use Natural & Synthetic Rubber?

    The modern society is heavily dependent upon rubber- both natural rubber and synthetic rubber! Rubber products are used everywhere- at work, at home, at play, and even while we move using any mode of transportation- automobiles, trains or aircrafts. Industries too use rubber to make various produ...
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  • THE FIGHTING FORCE WILL OUR EFFECTIVE DRIVING FORCE

    Starting in January 2020, an infectious disease called “Novel Coronavirus Infection Outbreak Pneumonia” has occurred in Wuhan, China. The epidemic touched the hearts of people all over the world, in the face of the epidemic, Chinese people up and down the country, are actively fightin...
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  • TPV vs. PVC

    TPV’s (thermoplastic vulcanizates) have steadily gained popularity in many industrial sectors. It matches or outperforms traditional (thermoset) rubber in many applications, while offering many features unavailable for parts made out of traditional rubber. At the same time, TPV is superior ...
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  • WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TEMPERATURE AND SEALS

    Gaskets and o-rings are those familiar mechanical seals placed between separate substrates in order to prevent leakage when the substrates are connected. High-temperature seals may be more well-known than low-temperature ones, but in either instance, the sealant must meet material requirements to...
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  • NEED RUBBER GROMMETS? CHOOSE THE RIGHT SUPPLIER IN 3 EASY STEPS

    However common they may seem, grommets serve a wide range of applications. Grommets of all sizes can be found in common items from the hole you feed your shoelaces through to the metal rings on your shower curtain to electrical wires. Whether a grommet is made of rubber, plastic, or metal, it ser...
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  • WHERE RUBBER COMES FROM

    A majority of the people you talk to would be shocked if you were to tell them where rubber comes from. Natural rubber actually comes from a tree known as Hevea brasiliensis. Hevea brasiliensis originated in Brazil but, now the tree can be found in many countries near the equator such as Indonesi...
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  • WHAT IS RUBBER USED FOR

    Rubber is seen in almost every product you see in your daily life. For example, if you drive a car you are relying on multitudes of rubber products every day. Rubber parts found in cars include tires, hoses, gaskets, covers, and bumpers. When you go to an airport, you will likewise find hatch sea...
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  • BASIC INTRODUCTION OF POLYURETHANE RUBBER

    BASIC INTRODUCTION OF POLYURETHANE RUBBER The code (UR) is a polymerization of a polyester (or polyether) and a diisocyanate compound. Its chemical structure is more complex than general elastic polymers. In addition to recurring urethane groups, the molecular chain often also contains ester grou...
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  • WHAT ARE THE PROPERTIES OF POLYURETHANE RUBBER

    WHAT ARE THE PROPERTIES OF POLYURETHANE RUBBER? (1) Excellent wear resistance: wear resistance is the highest among all rubbers. Laboratory results show that the wear resistance of UR is 3 to 5 times that of natural rubber, and it is often as high as 10 times in practical applications.   (2) Hi...
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  • POLYURETHANE RUBBER APPLICATION FIELD

    POLYURETHANE RUBBER APPLICATION FIELD First of all, it can be applied to track and field plastic track sports venues, including basketball, volleyball, badminton and tennis courts, both indoor and outdoor. This plastic field has a longer use time than the wood floor, and is suitable for wear resi...
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