It is a type of synthetic rubber that is polymerized by acrylonitrile with butadiene
it is produced. Nitrile synthetic rubber also to NBR, acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber, rubber
Acrylonitrile, nitrile-butadiene rubber and NR are popular. This type of synthetic rubber
Widely used in a number of applications. In fact, industrial nitrile rubber is one
It is a synthetic rubber used in most production units. In 2005, consumption
The global NBR had reached 368,000 tons per year and is projected to be the global market
Butadiene nitrile rubber from 645 thousand and more than 645 thousand tons.
What is NBR Nitrile Rubber?
Nitrile rubber or NBR is a synthetic acrylonitrile (ACN) and butadiene synthetic rubber copolymer. The chemical name of synthetic rubber is nitrile acrylonitrile-butadiene copolymers. This is an important type of synthetic rubber that has a high resistance to aliphatic hydrocarbon oils and fuels. Various grades are available from nitrile rubber manufacturers and suppliers. The higher the degree of acrylonitrile (ACN) in one degree of nitrile rubber, the higher the oil resistance, but the weaker the low temperature flexibility.
Properties of nitrile synthetic rubber:
Nitrile rubber has high strength and abrasion resistance. However, it has moderate resistance only in weathering resistance and weak aromatic oil resistance. Nitrile rubber is typically used at around -30 ° C, but special NBR grades can also operate at lower temperatures. The following is a list of specifications for nitrile rubber:
* Nitrile rubber belongs to the family of unsaturated copolymers of acrylonitrile and butadiene.
* Physical and chemical properties of nitrile rubber vary depending on the composition of acrylonitrile polymer.
* Different grades are available for this tire. The higher the amount of acrylonitrile in the polymer, the stronger the resistance
* Oil also increases.
* Generally resistant to fuel and other chemicals.
* It can withstand a wide range of temperatures.
* Has low strength and flexibility compared to natural rubber.
* Nitrile rubber is also resistant to aliphatic hydrocarbons.
* Has less resistance to ozone, aromatic hydrocarbons, ketones, esters and aldehydes.
* Zazaz has high resistance and abrasion resistance, but only moderate resistance.
It has limited weather resistance.
* Celcius can generally be used at around -30 degrees, but special degrees can also work at lower temperatures.
Applications of nitrile rubber:
NBR or synthetic nitrile rubber is used in automotive rubber production workshops and other industrial units. By selecting an elastomer with the appropriate amount of acrylonitrile in balance with other properties, industrial nitrile rubber (NBR) is used in a wide range of application areas that require oil, fuel and chemical resistance. In car factories, NBR is used in water transfer applications and in fuel and oil hoses, seals. NBR materials with a temperature range of 40 to 1212 degrees Celsius, can withstand all applications of the vehicle. This form of synthetic rubber is the perfect material for disposable lab, cleaning and inspection gloves due to its high strength.
Industrial nitrile rubber for the manufacture of various goods, including:
Seals a variety of plumbing applications and appliances
Injection or transfer of molded products
Extruded hose or pipe
Sheet products (floor mats and industrial belts)
Various foam material