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HNBR - Hydrogenated Acrylonitrile-Butadiene Rubber is a synthetic rubber derived from the same rubber as the NBR. Has the property of being resistant to oil The ability to withstand oil depends on the amount. Acrylonitrile, but if the amount of Acrylonitile is equal to NBR rubber HNBR tires have a slightly inferior oil resistance property. But anyway Still has other strengths Not sore as it is highly resistant to deterioration At a similar level to EPDM And has a higher level of heat resistance, good resistance to various ozone chemicals, tear resistance, wear resistance very well support high tension Operating temperature -50 to +160 C
HNBR has the property between NBR and VITAN or FKM. HNBR has good resistance to alkaline substances. Commonly used tires HNBR For applications that require high heat resistance, wear resistance, oil resistance, such as rubber parts for oil drilling platforms, HNBR rubber bushes, etc.