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Specification of

Neoprene Rubber

 

Neoprene rubber is synthetic rubber made from a polymerization process in chloroprene and often called polychloroprene. Neoprene materials are often needed as raw material for several important products because they have the following advantages or advantages:

- Neoprene is resistant to temperature or weather.

- Neoprene is resistant to oil and water immersion.

- Neoprene against solvents or solvents.

- And there are still some other advantages of neoprene.

 

The advantages and advantages of neoprene as mentioned above, make it the first choice to be made as special products as follows:

    Neoprene rubber sheet or neoprene rubber sheet is used as raw material for rubber coatings in the lining process to resist corrosion caused by certain chemicals such as oil, oil, solvents or solvents or by water immersion.
    As a raw material for bridge bearing rubber products or rubber bearing pad.
    Used as the most appropriate raw material for diving clothing and gloves, because of its resistance to water immersion and its ability to isolate cold temperatures when used for diving.
    Used as an electrical insulator on various electronic equipment.
    Also used as raw material for covers or covers for car seats. The use of neoprene is due to its resistance to water and UV light. It is suitable for motorists who might still sweat while driving a car.
    And there are many other needs that can be met by this neoprene rubber.

Neoprene rubber has several advantages compared to natural rubber, for example in its resistance to work at high temperatures up to 200 ° F without failure or damage to the physical neoprene rubber products. The disadvantage is that when working below 40 ° F, neoprene rubber products will fail or damage usually becomes stiff or hardened.

Rubber also has advantages when combined with other objects such as rubber / rubber lining that is glued to metals such as: stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper and others. With special treatment this neoprene rubber can be glued to glass and acrylic.

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