Candidate polymers include a polybutadiene /styrene copolymer, an ethylene propylene diene rubber, an acrylic rubber
, a polychloroprene rubber, a polyurethane, a fluoro-rubber and a butyl rubber.
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. Hans-Martin Issel, Unimatec Chemicals America.
It is well known that acrylic rubber
has many specific properties such as lower cost, superior oil resistance, higher working temperature, and so on, because of the polar branch groups on the saturated main chains [1-4].
The product is said to have proven to be an extremely effective release coating for all types of rubber stock such as EPDM, FKM, polychloroprene, natural rubber, ECO and acrylic rubber
Schulman) overmolded with a seal component made of Zeon Chemicals' new Zeotherm 100 series "super-TPV." It's a dispersion of crosslinked acrylic rubber
in nylon, which chemically bonds to the nylon substrate, providing consistent adhesion along the entire length of the part.
Three Chinese synthetic robber market studies concerning polybutadiene rubber, acrylic rubber
and the general Chinese synthetic rubber industry have been issued.
GE Specialty Chemicals recently launched another brand-new category of weatherable impact modifier based on ASA (graft copolymer of SAN and acrylic rubber
), which also confers high heat resistance.
Hohmann, Freudenberg Forschungsdienste KG; "Next generation of heat resistant acrylic rubber
with improved durability," K.
As a result of its restructured philosophy, he says Du Pont turned to its more familiar nylon technology for a blow molding material, and earlier this year introduced Zytel FN (flexible nylon) 726, a grade of nylon 6 alloyed with ethylene copolymers and acrylic rubber
(see PT, March '90, p.
Du Pont is also commercializing four unfilled grades of crystalline Zytel FN (flexible nylon) alloyed with acrylic rubber
. These new TPE's, formerly designated ETP (see PT, June '88, p.