reclaimed rubber

reclaimed rubber

[′rē‚klāmd ′rəb·ər]
(materials)
Scrap rubber (natural or synthetic) prepared for reuse; fragmented scrap is digested in hot caustic solution to which reclaiming agents have been added; reclaimed rubber is used to blend with virgin rubber, or for low-grade rubber products.
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The companies said the polymer division provides services for the polymer industry, including natural rubber and latex, synthetic rubber, chemicals and reclaimed rubber, laboratory and certification services.
Specifically, these products are fried and smoked fish (SITC035); crustaceans (SITC036); unprocessed maize (S1TC044); rice (SITC042); oil-seeds and fruit extracts (SITC 222); synthetic and reclaimed rubber (SITC232); wood products (SITC245, 247, 248); and crude animal and vegetable materials (SITC291, 292).
13-inch laptop sleeve made from reclaimed rubber inner tubes by English Retreads.
These hand-made wooden plaques, printed with pictures of plants and flowers, are made from reclaimed rubber wood that's been salvaged from old houses, schools and barns in Thailand.
India, July 6 -- Mott MacDonald has been appointed by Gujarat Reclaim & Rubber Products Limited to provide engineering, procurement and construction management services for a reclaimed rubber manufacturing facility to be located at Perundurai near Erode in the state of Tamilnadu, India.
The major items of import by India are petroleum, crude and products, fertilizers (manufactured), iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, silver, transport equipments, coal, coke, briquettes, synthetic and reclaimed rubber newsprint.
Other products the company expects to introduce soon are reclaimed rubber made from finely ground scrap rubber.
Despite all these potential problems Mr Bennett said that with the correct approach, reclaimed rubber can be used to reduce the cost of engineering materials.
The sample with 60% reclaimed rubber was seen to reach the equilibrium first, and exhibited the lowest value of toluene uptake.
Organic fillers include flour and grit nut shells in all mesh sizes; cellulose flock, bleached and unbleached; treated Cellulose K asbestos replacement; hard and soft wood flour in 40-325 mesh; reclaimed rubber dust; flour and grit rice hulls; and flour and grit corn cobs.
Headquartered in a reclaimed rubber manufacturing plant in Boston (now with high-efficiency windows, water recycling and other green features), WebCTel also offers employment opportunities and training in urban communities.
The company processes some 27,000 tons of reclaimed rubber per year, out of India's total of 80,000 tons.