Synthetic rubber hose widely used of its elasticity and toughness
Synthetic rubber is rubber manufactured by a chemical process from
petroleum and other chemicals rather than the product of raw rubber
extracted from a natural rubber tree.
Synthetic rubber is any type of artificially made polymer material
which acts as an elastomer. An elastomer is a material with the
mechanical property that it can undergo much more elastic
deformation under stress than most materials and still return to
its previous size without permanent deformation. Synthetic rubber
serves as a substitute for natural rubber in many cases, especially
when improved material properties are needed.
Natural rubber breaks down when exposed to oil, which spells
frequent maintenance for natural rubber used in tires and in motor
parts. The synthetic rubber holds air 13 times better than natural
rubber and is excellent at resisting aging, weathering, chemicals,
moisture, ozone, extreme temperatures and tearing.
Synthetic rubber, because of its elasticity, resilience, and
toughness, rubber is the basic constituent of the tires used in
vehicles, aircraft and bicycles. The same properties make synthetic
rubber useful for machine belting and all kinds of hoses. Synthetic rubber is also used in electrical insulation. Because
of its waterproof, it is a favored material for shoe soles.
We use the products made of rubber in different places at different
times i.e. at play, at work, at home in vehicles and even when we
travel. The expanded use of motor vehicles, and particularly motor
vehicle tires, created increased demand for rubber. Synthetic
rubber is more in use than natural rubber and accordingly, more in
demand. Subsequently, it needs to be produced in ample quantities
and hence, there are many manufacturers in the world who are
producing and supplying synthetic rubber to the extensive group of
The history synthetic rubber holds a number of experiments that
were carried out to obtain high quality synthetic rubber. It can be
produced only at the manufacturing plants by synthesizing it from
petroleum and other minerals. Synthetic rubber can act as an
elastomer, which is a substitute to natural rubber.
The products made from synthetic rubber sheets, like mouse pads,
adhesive tapes, tire, gloves etc., possess different chemicals,
depending on which, they are either as soft as sponge, as resilient
as a rubber band or as hard as a bowling ball. This artificial
rubber can be used in plumbing fixture and laboratory tubing.
Synthetic products whose properties are similar to those of natural
rubber, including elasticity and ability to be vulcanized; usually
produced by the polymerization or copolymerization of
petroleum-derived olefinic or other unsaturated compounds.
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