chlorinated rubber

chlorinated rubber

[′klȯr·ə‚nād·əd ′rəb·ər]
(materials)
A nonrubbery, incombustible rubber derivative produced by the action of chlorine on rubber in solution; used in corrosion-resistant paints and varnishes, and in inks and adhesives.

chlorinated rubber

A white powder containing 67% rubber by weight, produced by the reaction of chlorine and rubber; used in plastics, adhesives, and corrosion- and acid-resistant paints.
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Chemipaint also manufactures heavy duty industrial maintenance products, such as epoxy systems, two-pack polyurethane paints, thermoplastic acrylic paints, courtyard paints, water proofing products and systems, elastomeric and anti-carbonation paints, chlorinated rubber paints and paint removers.
Our services include the application of road markings, road studs, chlorinated rubber paint, anti-skid surfacing and traffic calming measures.
The paint systems included several alkyds formulated with a variety of pigments (anticorrosive and barrier), epoxies, chlorinated rubber, and zinc-rich (ethyl silicate and epoxy).
One example of the new additions is the Pool Shield[TM] Chlorinated Rubber Pool Paint, which is considered the requisite product for the revitalization of older looking pool areas.
Chemipaint also manufacturers heavy-duty industrial maintenance products such as epoxy systems, two-pack polyurethane paints, thermoplastic acrylic paints, courtyard paints, water proofing products and systems, elastomeric and anti-carbonation paints, chlorinated rubber paints and paint removers.
Several series of coatings were designed and manufactured employing the following binders: 20 cP chlorinated rubber, a vinyl copolymer, an unsaturated polymer, or an epoxy resin.
Friction Plus is a three part applied compound with setting times of less than one hour which results in very hard wearing anti-skid markings that will typically last for two or three years where chlorinated rubber might last as little as four weeks.
There have, however, been some success stories - rubber hydrochloride was manufactured commercially for over 30 years as a food packaging material; chlorinated rubber was used in paints; both depolymerized rubber and methacrylate graft copolymers are still in use today.
There has been a continual shift in technology from the early days of oil-modified phenol-formaldehyde resins, to alkyds, chlorinated rubber and solvent-based materials to today's more environmentally advanced and higher performing waterborne acrylic traffic paints.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Paint Chlorinated Rubber Based Suitable For Applying On Insulated Rail Joint .