nitrile rubber


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nitrile rubber

[′nī‚trīl ‚rəb·ər]
(materials)
A synthetic rubber formed by polymerization of acrylonitrile with butadiene; the structure of the polymer is ‒CH2CH=CHCH2CH2CH(CN)‒. Also known as acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber; acrylonitrile rubber; NBR; nitrile-butadiene rubber; NR.

nitrile rubber

A synthetic rubber which has good resistance to oils and solvents; produced by copolymerizing butadiene and acrylonitrile.
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Nitrile rubber is the generic name given to emulsion polymerized copolymers of acrylonitrile and butadiene (ref.
Food and beverage grade Nitrile Hose, made with a high purity, white, nitrile rubber liner, is suitable for a wide variety of applications including milk and dairy products, oily or fatty foods, dry bulk foods, potable water, juices and non-alcoholic beverages.
The inner tube is constructed of nitrile rubber and is reinforced with two braids of high-tensile steel wire.
Nitrile rubber (NBR) hoses are particularly suited to processing oily and fatty foods, having significant benefits over hoses made from PVC.
Drawing on over 50 years of boot making expertise, each product incorporates the following S1 P safety features: Safety Toecap -- offering protection from a minimum 200 Joule impact and 15kN compression force and Workman Sole - nitrile rubber outsole combined with an EVA-cushioned midsole for ultimate comfort, slip-resistant (SRC), puncture-resistant midsole providing protection against the threat of underfoot hazards, anti-static to ensure static build-up is discharged through the shoe to the floor and heat-resistant to 300[degrees]C for 60 seconds.
The unit is expected to have an annual capacity of 50,000 tonnes of nitrile rubber and 50,000 toness of polyisoprene rubber, with the exact volume to be determined once the feasibility study for the business closes.
It exhibits a brittle point of-60[degrees]C; Apex N-56001 is a 76 Shore A blend of PVC and nitrile rubber that the company says offers superior long-term low-temperature flexibility and oil resistance.
Nitrile rubber, a form of synthetic rubber resistant to oil, fuel and other chemicals, is used primarily in the automotive, oilfield and aeronautical industries to make items such as hoses, seals and grommets.
s Techical Rubber Products business unit came out with ultra-low-viscosity (ULV) Therban AT 3400 VP elastomer, said to be the first commercial hydrogenated nitrile rubber (HNBR) suitable for LTM.
A ZENA SAYS: How about this St George doormat made from 100 per cent high-twist nylon pile with a nitrile rubber backing?