High-styrene rubber KER® 1904 is standard grade of high-styrene rubber. It is produced by mixing styrene-butadiene latex and high styrene resin in appropriate proportion. It is coagulated with use of synthetic coagulant and is stabilized by a non-staining antioxidant.
High-styrene rubber KER® 1909 is an off-grade high-styrene rubber. It is stabilized with a non-staining stabilizer.
High styrene resin KER® 9000 is obtained via emulsion copolymerization of styrene and butadiene and coagulated with the use of aluminium sulphate. It is stabilized with a non-staining stabilizer.
High-styrene rubbers and resins are appropriate for production of floor finishes, cables, toys and micro porous rubber for footwear industry and hard rubber articles.
High-styrene rubbers and resins offered by company SYNTHOS are sold under trade mark KER® and are produced by SYNTHOS Dwory located in Poland.
|Rubber Grade||Stabilizer||Content of Bonded Styrene (%)||Technical Data Sheet|
|KER® 1904||Non - staining||68|
|KER® 1909||Non - staining||-|
|KER® 9000||Non - staining||83|