hevea rubber

hevea rubber

[′hē·vē·ə ‚rəb·ər]
(materials)
Rubber made from latex obtained from the rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis); used for electrical insulation.
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Fresh natural rubber (FNR) latex was collected by tapping from mature Hevea rubber trees of Thai Rubber Latex Co., Ltd., plantation in Chonburi province, Thailand.
Several studies have been done with papain to obtain high-quality low-protein rubber from field latex ((SJPRepository: Enhancement of Deproteinization of Hevea Rubber by Maturation of Papain Treated Hevea Latex; (http://dr.lib.sjp.ac.lk/handle/123456789/857 (accessed on August 1, 2015)))).
Hevea brasiliensis natural rubber (NR), grade SMR-20, purchased from Centrotrade (Chesapeake, VA) was used as the polymer matrix for Hevea rubber composites.
The samples used in this work were Hevea rubber latex with different percentages of moisture content (m.c.) ranging from 35% to 85%.
Gan, "FTIR studies on amino groups in purified Hevea rubber," Journal of Natural Rubber Research, vol.
East Timor, in the Indonesian archipelago, produced modest quantities of Hevea rubber, grown mainly by the largest plantation company, the Sociedade Agricola Patria e Trabalho.
Starting with the coffee trade, American exporters eventually turned their attention to Hevea rubber, buying 70 per cent of Sumatra's production.
comes from Hevea rubber, which is tapped from a tree grown in tropical regions of Asia.
Cooper and its consortium partners, PanAridus, Arizona State University, Cornell University and the Agricultural Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, say that testing so far suggests tire performance that is at least equal to tires made of components derived from the Hevea rubber plant.
(C4) Effect of non-rubber constituents on guayule and Hevea rubber intrinsic properties.
Effect of Non-Rubber Constituents on Guayule and Hevea Rubber Intrinsic Properties--Shirin Mohammad Ali Monadjemi, Ohio State University 10:45 a.m.