Synthetic Rubber – Neoprene
It is based on Chloroprene as its main raw material, through the poly or amount of monomer. Such as high tensile strength, good heat resistance, light resistance, aging resistance, oil resistance are better than natural rubber, styrene-butadiene rubber and butadiene rubber. With strong fire resistance and excellent resistance to flame-retardant properties, its high chemical stability, good water resistance. The drawback of neoprene is electrical insulation properties, less cold resistance, rubber storage stability. Neoprene wide range of uses, such as to make the straps and belts, wires, cables, wrapping materials, manufacturing oil hose, gaskets, and chemical-resistant equipment lining.