Why do NBR rubber rollers become harder when used at low temperatures?

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Why do NBR rubber rollers become harder when used at low temperatures?

 

Why do NBR rubber rollers become harder when used at low temperatures?

Because the temperature is low As a result, NBR rubber The glass transition occurs relatively higher compared to other types of rubber. NBR rubber loses its flexibility. and has a rapid increase in hardness When produced into rubber rollers for use at low temperatures. As a result, the NBR rubber roller hardens quickly. A problem occurred during use. There is reduced traction. Cannot adhere to the material surface itself.
Therefore, for continuous use of rubber rollers at low temperatures, a rubber roller that has the ability to withstand cold should be selected. or low temperature while the rubber roller remains flexible. unchanged and rubber rollers that are best suited for low temperature applications. and can be used for the longest time That is a silicone rubber roller. 

 


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