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Synthetic rubber, like other polymers, is made from various petroleum-based monomers. The most prevalent synthetic rubber is styrene-butadiene rubbers (SBR) derived from the copolymerization of styrene and 1,3-butadiene.
Synthetic rubber is used as a substitute for natural rubber in many cases. They offer a different range of physical and chemical properties, so can improve the reliability of a given product or application. Synthetic rubbers are superior to natural rubbers in two major respects, thermal stability and resistance to oils and related compounds.
The primary industrial segments serviced by Sunrise Petroleum include tyres and tubes, shoes, automotive parts, conveyor belts, O-rings and gaskets etc.
Rubber Raw Materials
|Product Line||Product Category||Grades|
|Synthetic Rubbers||Styrene Butadiene Rubber||SBR 1500|
|Poly Butadiene Rubber (High Cis Poly Butadiene)||PBR|
|PBR SKD ND|
|Butyl Rubber||BK 1675N, IIR|
|Natural Rubbers||RSS 1|
|Latex HA 60%|
|Carbon Black||Hard and Soft Grades||N 220|
|Rubber Chemicals||Rubber Process Oil||Aromatic 710|
|Rubber Accelerators & Antioxidants||TBBS|