Synthetic rubber, invariably a polymer is created from petroleum and is classified as an artificial elastomer. This means that it is able to be deformed without sustaining damage, and can return to its original shape after being stretched and is used in many applications due to its superior performance.
The use of synthetic rubber is much more prominent than natural rubber in most industrialised nations.
SKI - IR SKI - Isoprene Rubber (IR) according to ts 2294-037-48158319-2010
IIR - Butyl Rubber (Isobutyl rnr - Isoprene rubber) according to TS 2294-021-48158319-2012
SBR - Rubber Synthetic butadiene-methylstyrene according to TS 2294-023-48158319-2010
SBR-1705 HI-AR - Butadiene-methylstyrene synthetic rubber SBR 1705 HI-AR (HIAR and TDAE) according to TS 2294-044-48158319-2010
SBR-1712 HI-AR/ SBR- 1723 TDAE - Rubber synthetic butadiene-methylstyrene SBR -1712 HI-AR/ SBR- 1723 according to TS 20.17.10-058-48158319-2016
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