gross rubber

gross rubber

[′grōs ′rəb·ər]
(chemical engineering)
In rubber manufacturing, the total weight of salable product, including elastomer, carbon black, extender oils, and other materials used in compounding the rubber.
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The gross rubber was obtained in the mixing step, where all accessory ingredients were dispersed evenly in plasticity rubber by repeated extrusion and shearing actions of rollers.
During mixing, the aramid fiber was dispersed evenly in gross rubber, and the aspect ratio of the fiber was reduced to an appropriate value.