Butadiene (THBR1151970)

Butadiene rubber is the most common synthetic rubber used in tire treads for trucks and automobiles. When blended with natural rubber it gives an stunningly improved of resilience and lower rolling resistance. Due to butadiene is relatively inexpensive and availability compare to natural rubber and other synthetic rubber makes it a rubber that was highly sought after for many years. Butadiene rubber is famous for it’s abrasion resistant and excellent resilience. With half of the Butadiene rubber usage goes to tire, while others application are footwear, wire and cable insulation, and conveyor belts.

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Advantage
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Crack endurance
  • Good compression set
  • Extreme low temperature
  • Low hysteresis
  • Low rolling resistance
Applications
  • Tire
  • Tubes
  • Gasket
  • Conveyor belt
  • Hoses and seal
  • Shock mounts
  • Skirtboard rubber
  • Rubber lining
Physical & Mechanical Properties
  • Density (g/cm3) : 1.15
  • Durometer or Hardness Range : 70 +/-5 Shore A
  • Tensile Strength Range (MPa) :19
  • Elongation (Range %) : 450%
  • Flex Cracking Resistance : Good to Excellent
  • Impact Resistance : Good
  • Resilience / Rebound : Good
  • Tear Resistance (N / mm) : 55
  • Abrasion index @ 5N (mm3) : 80
Thermal Properties
  • Low Temperature Range : -50° C to -0° C
  • Minimum for Continuous Use (Static) : -50° C
  • High Temperature Range : +60° C to +70° C
  • Maximum for Continuous Use (Static) : +70° C
Environmental Performance
  • Oil Resistance : Poor to fair
  • Gas Permeability : Good to excellent
  • Ozone Resistance : Good to excellent
  • Oxidation Resistance : Good to excellent
  • Weather Resistance : Good to excellent
  • Water Resistance : Good to excellent

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