Styrene-Butadiene Rubber is delivered by an innovation of cool emulsion copolymerization in view of soaps of rosin and fatty acids and contains 23.5% of artificially reinforced styrene. It is coagulated by a system of acid and synthetic coagulant.
SBR has great properties, for example, processability, scraped area resistance, less inclination to singing preparing. More than half of the world generation of E-SBR is used essentially in general purpose tyres.
The items are accessible in oil or non-oil extended grades, with staining or non-staining antioxidant.
|Grades||Mooney Viscosity (ML 1+4 @ 100°C)||Bound Styrene||Stain||Application|
|Kayavlon 1500||i46-54||23||ST||Automobile tyres, conveyor belts, footwear, cables, hose pipes and other industrial rubber goods|
|Kayavlon 1502||i46-54||23||NS||Tyre sidewall, floor coverings, bicycle tyres, footwear, rubber toys, cables, rubber pipes, and other light coloured rubber goods|
|Kayavlon 1507||i36-42||23||NS||Sponge, industrial goods, rubberized fabric, rubber toys, black products requiring good process ability|
|Grades||Moony Viscosity (ML 1+4 @ 100°C)||Bound Styrene (%)||Oil Content (PHR)||Stain||Application|
|Kayavlon 1712||42-52||I23||37.5||ST||Automobile tyres, conveyor belts, footwear, cables, hosepipes and different technical rubber goods|
SBR is typically transported in secured road trucks, in secured railroad carriages and in standard shipping containers. SBR is not a dangerous material to transport.
Item should to be stored in shielded conditions far from direct sunlight far from radiant heating components and the temperature should not exceed 30°C.