The role of stearic acid in rubber processing During rubber processing, stearic acid is added as an auxiliary material, and the proportion of addition is very small. Usually 0.5-3 parts of stearic acid are added for every 100 parts of rubber, but it is inView More
Why Does Rubber Appear to Have Wind? There are several possible reasons why rubber may become encapsulated during the manufacturing process: 1. The thickness of the rubber material is too thin and the KEY can cover the air and prevent it from being dischaView More
The Impact of Rubber Aging on Automotive Components Rubber is an essential material in the construction of automobiles, serving as seals, gaskets, and vibration dampeners. However, the natural process of rubber aging can lead to various issues, includingView More
Elastic rubber materials can be divided into two major categories, thermosetting rubber and thermoplastic rubber. Thermoplastic rubber is a mixture of traditional vulcanized or unsulfide thermosetting rubber (e. g. epdm) and rigid thermoplastic (e. g. polView More
Solid Injection Molding and Extrusion Molding are both crucial processes in the manufacturing of rubber and silicone products. They each have their unique characteristics and are suitable for different types of products. Understanding the differences betwView More
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