rubber solvent

rubber solvent

[′rəb·ər ‚säl·vənt]
(materials)
Fast-evaporating petroleum distillate used as a solvent for tackifying rubber during plying (laminating) operations, and in compounding rubber cements.
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Abstract: The cleaning composition includes an oil solubilizing amount of a degreaser, comprised of a glycol ether, a rubber solvent comprised of nonaromatic naphtha and a diluent comprised of alcohol.
The compounded adhesive rubber is then dissolved into a rubber solvent such as toluene (ref.