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MODERN RUBBER CHEMICALS, COMPOUNDS AND RUBBER GOODS TECHNOLOGY
MODERN RUBBER CHEMICALS, COMPOUNDS AND RUBBER GOODS TECHNOLOGY
ISBN Number:9788189765194
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The book covers Natural Rubber,  Basic Concepts of Synthetic Rubber, Styrene Butadiene Rubber,  Polybutadiene, Polychloroprene and Polyisoprene Rubbers, Butyl and Nitrile Rubber,  Miscellaneous Rubbers,  Latex Product Manufacturing Technology, Foam Products Manufacturing Technology, Plasticisers, Factice and Blowing Agents, Moulding and Finishing of Rubber Components, Compounding Ingredients and Compound Design, Footwear Technology,  Conveyor Belt Technology, V-Bel.... read more

RUBBER CHEMICALS AND PROCESSING INDUSTRIES
RUBBER CHEMICALS AND PROCESSING INDUSTRIES
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RUBBER CHEMICALS AND PROCESSING INDUSTRIES



NATURAL RUBBER

Introduction
Properties of Natural Rubber
Grades of Natural Rubber
Processing Methods
Compounding Ingredients
Further Processing
Uses
Typical Vulcanisate Properties of ISNR Grades

SYNTHETIC RUBBER

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TECHNOLOGY OF RUBBER AND RUBBER GOODS INDUSTRIES
TECHNOLOGY OF RUBBER AND RUBBER GOODS INDUSTRIES
ISBN Number:9788186732595
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The book covers Natural Rubber, Classification, properties, uses and Manufacture, Latex Processing and Applications, Chemical Aspects of Rubber Technology, Physical Aspects of Rubber Technology,  Styrene Butadiene Rubber, Butyl and Halobutyl Rubbers,  Nitrile and Polyacrylic Rubber, Neoprene (Polychloroprene) and Hypalon Rubber , Silicone Rubber, Reclaimed Rubber,  Elastomeric composites with Reference to Tyre Technology,  Latex and Foam Rubber, Vulcanis.... read more

Macromolecular material which has, or can be given, properties of:
Returning rapidly (at room temperature) to the approximate shape from which it has been substantially distorted by a weak stress, and

Not being easily remolded to a permanent shape by the application of heat and moderate pressure.
VARIETIES OF RUBBER

Natural latex - This is a white fluid obtained from the rubber tree. It contains small particles of rubber dispersed in an aqueous medium. The aqueous medium also contains plant proteins which are thought to be responsible for triggering the allergy.

Natural rubber - This includes all material made from or containing latex. Natural rubber is made by two processes, the natural rubber latex process (NRL) and the dry natural rubber process (DNR)


Standard Grades

Natural rubber is produced primarily in three countries:

Thailand
Malaysia
Indonesia

The following are the specifications scheme for each country:

STR : Standard Thai Rubber
SMR: Standard Malaysia Rubber
SIR : Standard Indonesia Rubber


India and the world

India is the third largest producer, fourth largest consumer of natural rubber and fifth largest consumer of natural rubber and synthetic rubber together in the world. Besides, India is the world's largest manufacturer of reclaim rubber. In fact, India and China are the only two countries in the world which have the capacity to consume the entire indigenous production of natural rubber and thereby obviate the compulsion and over dependence on exports of surplus quantity of natural rubber. The plantation sector with an estimated production of over 630 hundred thousand tones of natural rubber and a projected production of more than one million tones in near future, helps radical and rapid growth of the Indian rubber industry. The growth prospect is further enlarged by a boom in the vehicle industry, improved living standards of the masses and rapid over-all industrialization.

The per capita consumption of rubber in India only 800 grams against 12 to 14 kilos in Japan, USA and Europe. This envisages tremendous growth prospects of the industry in the years to come as India is far from attaining any saturation level, so far as consumption of rubber products is concerned.

Range of Products

The wide range of rubber products manufactured by the Indian rubber industry are -

Auto tyres
Auto tubes
automobile parts
footwear
belting
latex products
pharmaceutical goods

The products manufactured also cover hi-tech industrial items.


Main Sectors

The rubber industry in India is basically divided in two sectors - tyre and non-tyre sector produces all types of auto tyres, conventional as well as radial tyres and exports to advance countries like USA.

The non-tyre sector comprises the medium scale, small scale and tiny units. It produces high technology and sophisticated industrial products. The small scale sector accounts for over 50% of production of rubber goods in the non-tyre sector. Going by share of rubber consumption, automotive tyre sector is the single largest sector accounting for about 50% consumption of all kinds of rubbers, followed by bicycles tyres and tubes 15% footwear12%, belts and hoses 6%, camelback and latex products 7%. All other remaining rubber products put together account for 10%.

Future Scope

With the saturation in rubber consumption in Western countries and the shift in consumption of rubber to the Asia Pacific region, the focal points for this decade for development will be India. The industry is expected to grow at over 8% p.a. in the coming decade. Taking into account the above prospects, the industry envisaged annual growth rate of 8% and the per capita consumption of rubber at 0.8 kg. against 14 kg. There exists tremendous scope for expansion and development in coming years provided basic raw materials, particularly natural and synthetic rubber, are made available in adequate quantity and at reasonable prices. Consumption of 1.25 million tones of rubber with per capita usage of 1.2 kgs. And exports of rubber goods worth Rs.30 billion seems possible by the year 2005.

Asia is now the focus of growth in the rubber industry. All the world's natural rubber is grown in this region namely Thailand, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka etc.

The fastest growing economies in the world are here namely China, India, Korea, Malaysia etc,

World's powerhouse Japan is here. The largest investments in new synthetic rubber plants are coming up in Asia. Production of all auto majors is shifting to Asia, even as consumption-wise Asia's share in the worlds auto market grows.

Highest growth and availability of technically trained manpower for the rubber industry is in this region. While EU and US have now become a saturated market for the rubber industry all the action is shifting to Asia.

Low demand growth for the growth for end products, high labour costs, very strict environmental norms, non availability of NR in the backyard are all propelling the worlds major input suppliers for the rubber industry to look towards Asia.
 

 
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