SBR material

SBR material, a styrene-butadiene copolymer also called SBR rubber or SBR rubber. It is widely used in many industrial fields. Its unique properties make it an ideal material for a variety of applications. One of the main advantages of SBR material is its resistance to abrasion and aging. As a result, products made of SBR do not lose their properties after prolonged use. The material allows for high durability, and also features high resistance to weather conditions. Another aspect that makes SBR material popular is its flexibility. It is susceptible to molding, and adapts to different shapes and sizes.

SBR rubber also has good resistance to alcohols, alkalis and acids, and performs well in wet working conditions.

A big plus of SBR rubber is its low cost compared to other elastomers, making it a very popular choice for many manufacturing companies. Beware of using SBR-based products when working in the presence of oils and greases. SBR rubber is not highly resistant to these substances.

In summary, SBR material is a versatile copolymer with a wide range of applications. Its strength, flexibility, chemical resistance and low price make it an often preferred material in industry. Without a doubt, SBR plays a significant role in many fields and will continue to enjoy growing demand in the future.

Where SBR material is used and what can be made from it

As mentioned earlier, SBR rubber has a wide range of applications. It is used in many industries, including: chemical, metal, machinery. Thanks to the fact that SBR products are characterized by high resistance to abrasion and weather conditions, SBR material has found use in the production of car tires and rubber parts used in the automotive industry.

It is also used to make all kinds of anti-slip mats, rubber plates and sports accessories. The high elasticity of SBR rubber makes it an excellent material for the production of gaskets, profiles, washers, bushings, bumpers and other parts that require a precise fit. It is also often used for the manufacture of rubber pipes and hoses and other components used in contact with aggressive acids or alkalis.

What rubbers are used to make rubber products besides SBR material

The most common materials on which rubber products are made are the previously mentioned SBR, as well as NBR and EPDM. NBR, or acrylonitrile butadiene rubber, is characterized primarily by its high resistance to abrasion, compression and work in the environment of greases and oils. Thanks to this, seals made on the basis of NBR rubber will be suitable as seals in all kinds of machining machinery. It is often used to coat metal shafts, for example, due to the high adhesive properties of the NBR material. Like any material, NBR is also not ideal, and one should be careful of sunlight and UV radiation, as well as glycol-based lubricants and polar solvents, among other things. EPDM rubber is also used as a material from which gaskets and rubber profiles are made. Unlike NBR, EPDM rubber is resistant to sunlight and other weather conditions. As a result, the material can be used as a base for rubber parts that are found outdoors such as playground mats and hydraulic hoses.

The selection of a specific raw material for making rubber parts is very important. The selection of components must be appropriate to the specific conditions in which the material will work. We can help you choose the best solution to suit your needs.

Material SBR

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