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Rubber & Plastic Materials

Silicone rubber is a synthetic rubber with many special features and is popular for use in a variety of industries. With a special feature of the wide operating temperature range -70 to +315 C, to withstand a wide range of operating temperature conditions. Cold resistance at minus -70 C, which is a special grade silicone rubber that can withstand temperatures up to -100 C and high temperature resistance. Able to withstand the highest temperature +315 C, highly resistant to UV Ozone and the environment

EPDM rubber or Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPDM) is a synthetic rubber with outstanding properties in resistance to the environment. Resistant to chemicals, especially acid-base chemicals Dilution concentration level To moderate concentration Due to the structure of the rubber with very few double bonds, this type of rubber is highly resistant to deterioration, UV Ozone is good, and has good flexibility, good recovery. Water and steam resistant, brake fluid resistant, operating temperature -50 to +160 C

Neoprene / CR rubber, also known as chloroprene rubber (Polychloroprene Rubber, Neoprene Rubber), is a synthetic rubber obtained from Chloroprene Monomer with an orderly arrangement. This type of rubber can crystallize like NR or natural rubber.

NR or Natural Rubber is natural rubber. Or better known as rubber Which is an economic crop of Thailand NR rubber is rubber derived from rubber trees There are both latex (HA / MA / LA) latex products and dry rubber products. Available in both smoked rubber sheet, block rubber and crepe rubber, which have a variety of grades to choose from To be suitable for processing in each product

NBR or Acrylonitrile Butadiene Rubber, Nitrile Rubber, Buna N Rubber are synthetic rubber derived from Acrylonitrile Monomer and Butadiene Monomer. This type of rubber structure has the function group-CN Is an element Making this type of rubber have outstanding properties, oil resistance Whether it is petroleum, vegetable oil, animal oil, Mineral Oil, Non aromatic petroleum and is resistant to various non-polar solutions.

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

VITON - Fluorocarbon Rubber, FPM, FKM is a synthetic rubber with high levels of fluorine. Making this type of rubber very polar And highly stable Resulting in good resistance to mats, such as air, heat, oxygen, chemicals, etc. Viton rubber or FKM / FPM has been used in a variety of industries. With outstanding features as follows

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