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  • Properties of Chlorinated Rubber

    Properties of Chlorinated Rubber

    The average relative molecular weight of chlorinated rubber is 5000~20000. The tensile strength of unplasticized chlorinated rubber is very high even when the deformation speed is low, reaching 39.24MPa, but the relative elongation is very low. The strength of plasticized chlorinated rubber is re...
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  • Chlorinated rubber

    Chlorinated rubber refers to the chlorinated product of natural rubber. The general structural formula of the mixture of trichloride and tetrachloride containing 65% chlorine is [C10H11Cl7] N. Chlorinated rubber has good compatibility with alkyd resin with similar linear low polarity. Generally, ...
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  • Development overview of Chlorinated rubber

    Chlorinated rubber is a rubber derivative product obtained from natural rubber or synthetic rubber after chlorination modification. It is the first industrialized rubber derivative in the rubber field. According to the information of British Imperial Chemical Company (ICI), in the 30 year industr...
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  • What are the differences between polyurethane paint and chlorinated rubber paint?

    What are the differences between polyurethane paint and chlorinated rubber paint?

    Paint is generally composed of resin, pigment, auxiliary agent and solvent. Paint with different properties can be made by proper combination of these components. Among them, resin is the most important component to form paint film, which can be dissolved in solvent to form a thin film after cons...
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  • What is Acrylic impact modifier?

    What is Acrylic impact modifier?

    Impact modifier is a kind of chemical which can improve the low temperature embrittlement of polymer materials and endow them with higher toughness. Features The main role of impact modifier is to improve the low-temperature brittleness of polymer materials and give them higher toughness. Accordi...
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  • What are the specifications of CPVC power pipes

    What are the specifications of CPVC power pipes

    Power pipes and power cable systems exist together. They have many specifications. What are the specifications of CPVC power pipes? 1. What are the specifications of CPVC power pipes CPVC power pipes have many specifications, which can be divided according to the pipe outer diameter and wall thi...
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  • What is the Flame retardant ?

    What is the Flame retardant ?

    The mechanism of flame retardants is complex and not clear yet. It is generally believed that halogen compounds decompose when heated by fire, and the decomposed halogen ions react with polymer compounds to produce hydrogen halide. The latter reacts with the active hydroxyl radicals (Ho •) that p...
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  • What is the Properties and useages of chlorinated rubber?

    What is the Properties and useages of chlorinated rubber?

    Properties: The average relative molecular weight of the chlorinated rubber is 5000 to 20000. The tensile strength of the unplasticized chlorinated rubber is very high even when the deformation speed is low, reaching 39.24 MPa, but the relative elongation is extremely low. The strength of plastic...
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  • CPVC Electrical cable pipe

    CPVC Electrical cable pipe

    CPVC pipe is commonly used as cable protection pipe. This product has the characteristics of high strength, good flexibility, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, flame retardancy, good insulation performance, no pollution, not easy to aging, light weight, and convenient constructio...
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  • Let me know : what is CPE/ chlorinated polyethylene?

    Let me know : what is CPE/ chlorinated polyethylene?

    Chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) is a saturated polymer material, which is white powder in appearance, non-toxic and tasteless, has excellent weather resistance, ozone resistance, chemical resistance and aging resistance, and has good oil resistance, flame retardancy and coloring performance. Good ...
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  • What is the difference between PP, PE, PC, PVC, ABS and PS?

    What is the difference between PP, PE, PC, PVC, ABS and PS?

    1. PP is polypropylene Polypropylene. Odorless, tasteless and non-toxic. It is one of the lightest resins in common use. Excellent mechanical properties. Good heat resistance, continuous use temperature can reach ll0-120 ℃. Good chemical stability. It is easy to age and has poor impact strength a...
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  • What is CPVC material?

    What is CPVC material?

    This is a new type of plastic product. It is a polymer material made by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride. After treatment, the chlorine content will be greatly increased, and the chemical stability will be higher. It can improve the heat resistance and acid resistance of the material better, an...
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