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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® BB 2030 Bromobutyl Rubber
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 32 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+8) 125 °C
Bromine Content 1,80 wt % Internal Method
Antioxidant non-staining > 0,03 wt % Internal Method
X_Butyl® BB 2040 Bromobutyl Rubber
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 39 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+8) 125 °C
Bromine Content 1,80 wt % Internal Method
Antioxidant non-staining ≥ 0,03 wt % (*)
Ash Content ≤ 0,7 wt % ISO 247 / ASTM D 5667
Volatile Content ≤ 0,7 wt % ISO 248 / ASTM D 5668
X_Butyl® BB X2 Bromobutyl Rubber
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 46 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+8) 125 °C
Bromine Content 1,80 wt % Internal Method
Antioxidant non-staining > 0,03 wt % Internal Method
Ash Content ≤ 0,7 wt % ISO 247 / ASTM D 5667
Volatile Content ≤ 0,7 wt % ISO 248 / ASTM D 5668
X_Butyl® CB 1240 Chlorobutyl Rubber
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 38 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+8) 125 °C
Chlorine Content 1,25 wt % Internal Method
Antioxidant non-staining ≥ 0,03 wt % (*)
Ash Content ≤ 0,5 wt % ISO 247 / ASTM D 5667
Volatile Content ≤ 0,5 wt % ISO 248 / ASTM D 5668

Hydrogenated Nitrile Butadiene Rubber

ARLANXEO's HNBR product, under the Therban brand, offers excellent properties for engine components. The polarity of HNBR is directly influenced by the ACN content. Higher ACN reduces the polymer's polarity in non-polar media like oil, grease, fat, and fuels. HNBR combines excellent oil resistance...

Therban® 3629 Partially Saturated (suitable for peroxide and sulfur crosslinking) Grades
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 87 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+4) 100 °C
Acrylonitrile Content 36,0 wt % ISO 24698-1
Residual Double Bonds 2,0 % IR Spectroscopy
Therban® AT LT 2004 VP Low Mooney – Advanced Technology Grades
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 39 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+4) 100 °C
Acrylonitrile Content 21,0 wt % ISO 24698-1
Residual Double Bonds 0,9 % Internal Method
Therban® LT 2007 Low Temperature Grades
Property Nominal Value Test Method Condition Temperature
Mooney Viscosity 74 MU ISO 289 / ASTM D 1646 ML (1+4) 100 °C
Acrylonitrile Content 21,0 wt % ISO 24698-1
Residual Double Bonds 0,9 % IR Spectroscopy