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Regular Butyl & Halogenated Butyl Rubber

Butyl rubber (IIR) is a synthetic rubber, a copolymer of isobutylene with isoprene. Providing excellent air retention, it is widely used for tire inner liners among other applications.

X_Butyl® RB 101-3 Regular Butyl Rubber
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 51 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+8) 125 °C
Unsaturation 1,75 %(Mol) (*)
Ash Content ≤ 0,3 wt % ISO 247 / ASTM D 5667
Volatile Content ≤ 1 wt % ISO 248 / ASTM D 5668

Emulsion Styrene Butadiene Rubber

E-SBR is predominantly used for the production of car tires, light truck tires and truck tire retread compounds. It presents good mechanical properties, abrasion, and tear resistance.

Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 135 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+4) 100 °C
Brookfield Viscosity 800 cps ASTM D1417 25 °C
Bound Styrene 24,0 wt % ASTM D 5775
Total Solids 68,0 wt % ASTM D 1417
Superficial Tension 33,5 dyn/cm ASTM D 1417