expanded rubber

expanded rubber

Cellular rubber having closed cells, made from a solid rubber compound.
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EVA is also known as foam rubber or expanded rubber and used in sports shoes as a shock absorber.
com)-- Novagard Solutions[R], a global supplier of NOVAGARD [R] and NOVAFLEX[R] sealants, Foam Seal PVC foam products, Versilube[R] lubricants, NOVAGARD UV[R] coatings and compounds and other engineered products, announces that their Foam Seal 60A Automotive PVC foam has been certified and listed against General Motors' worldwide specification, GMW15473 Class II, Type II, for Flexible Expanded Rubber Materials for Air, Dust, Noise and Water Sealing.
Building on this success, the newly expanded Rubber Expo & Advanced Materials in Health Care is retaining tradition with the rubber and polymer industries, but expanding by attracting the biological and advanced materials industries.
RA International is a leading manufacturer of expanded rubber and plastic products for the automotive and general industrial markets and its customers include Nissan, Toyota and other blue chip customers.
4] Standard Covers flexible cellular Specification for Flexible rubber products known as sponge rub- Cellular Materials--Sponge or ber and expanded rubber, but Expanded Rubber does not apply to latex foam rub- ber or ebonite cellular rubber.
ASTM Standard D1056-00, "Standard Specification for Flexible Cellular Materials--Sponge or Expanded Rubber," Annu.
Their commercial process of producing gas expanded rubber was covered in the Denton patent, 1,905,269 (ref.
The company produced chemically expanded rubber from 1937 through about 1950.
A pneumatic tire comprising: a tire casing, a tread covering a crown portion of said casing, said tread consisting of an outer layer portion comprised of an expanded rubber layer having a volume corresponding to at least 10% of a total volume of said tread and a non-expanded rubber inner layer portion.
With this type of unicellular structure, expanded rubber has higher resilience, higher compression set, better shock absorption and very low fluid absorption (tel.

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