sometimes just called "butyl", is a synthetic rubber, a copolymer of isobutylene with isoprene. The abbreviation IIR stands for isobutylene isoprene rubber. A synthetic rubber, or elastomer, butyl rubber is impermeable to air and used in many applications requiring an airtight rubber. Polyisobutylene and butyl rubber are used in the manufacture of adhesives, agricultural chemicals, fiber optic compounds, ball bladders, O-rings, caulks and sealants, cling film, electrical fluids, lubricants
(2 stroke engine oil), paper and pulp, personal care products, pigment concentrates, for rubber and polymer modification, for protecting and sealing certain equipment for use in areas where chemical weapons are present, as a gasoline/diesel fuel additive, and chewing gum. The first major application of butyl rubber was tire inner tubes. This remains an important segment of its market even today.
|Hardness Shore A(+/- 5)||Tensile Strength (min) kg / cm2||Elongation at break (min) %||Compression Set at 70°C for 22 hrs %||Temp. Range °C||Colour|
|55||130||540||25||-45 to +125||black|
|60||90||350||40||-40 to +125||Black|
|65||60||250||40||-40 to +130||Black|
|10 Metre/ 33 Feet||1 Metre/ 3.3 Feet||1.5 to 12 MM|
|10 Metre/ 33 Feet||1.2 Metre/ 4 Feet||1.5 to 12 MM|
|10 Metre/ 33 Feet||1.5 Metre/ 5 Feet||1.5 to 12 MM|
|2 Metre/ 6.6 Feet||1 Metre/ 3.3 Feet||1.5 to 50 MM|
|2 Metre/ 6.6 Feet||1.2 Metre/ 4 Feet||1.5 to 50 MM|
|2 Metre/ 6.6 Feet||1.5 Metre/ 5 Feet||1.5 to 50 MM|
The sheets can be supplied with cloth finish as well, basis customer requirement.
The Company reserves its right to change the above specifications/ sheet sizes without notice.
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