Chemicals include various solvents, softeners and additives that are widely used in rubber and plastic industries. These materials play an important role in the production, improvement and strengthening of physical and chemical properties, such as increasing flexibility, moisture resistance, improving thermal properties, solubility, etc.

Chemosil Primer and Bonding Agent

These adhesives (from the Chemosil brand by Lord Corporation) are known for their ability to create strong and durable bonds between rubber (including natural rubber grades like SMR20) and various materials like metals, plastics, and even other types of rubber.
Chemosil offers a range of adhesives specifically formulated for rubber bonding. Some common types include elastomer bonding agents and heat-activated adhesives. The choice depends on the specific rubber type, substrate material, and desired properties of the final bond.
Improved performance: Chemosil adhesives can enhance the overall performance of the bonded rubber. They can improve factors like adhesion strength, resistance to environmental factors (water, chemicals, temperature extremes), and even the dynamic stress and strain the bond can handle.
Chemosil rubber bonding finds applications across various industries. It’s used in manufacturing:
Automotive parts like hoses, seals, and gaskets.
Construction materials like roofing membranes and expansion joints.
Footwear components like soles and adhesives.
Various industrial products requiring durable rubber-to-substrate bonding.


Di-Octyl Phthalate​

DOP, or Di-Octyl Phthalate, is a commonly used plasticizer in the production of flexible PVC products. It imparts flexibility and durability to PVC materials, making them suitable for various applications such as flooring, cables, and automotive parts. DOP is known for its low volatility, good stability, and compatibility with PVC resins, allowing for the creation of pliable and long-lasting plastic products. However, due to concerns about its potential health and environmental impacts, there has been a shift towards the use of alternative plasticizers in some applications, prompting the exploration of more sustainable and eco-friendly options in the plasticizer market.

Rubber Grade​

Stearic acid is a saturated fatty acid commonly derived from animal and vegetable fats. It is widely used in various industries, including cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and food production. In cosmetics, stearic acid acts as an emulsifier and thickening agent, providing stability to lotions and creams. In the pharmaceutical industry, it is used as an excipient in medication formulations. Additionally, stearic acid is utilized as a lubricant and release agent in the production of food items and as a precursor in the manufacturing of detergents, soaps, and candles. Its versatility and multifunctional properties make it a valuable ingredient in numerous applications.

Acetone, a colorless, volatile liquid, is a widely used solvent in various industries. It is utilized in the production of plastics, fibers, and pharmaceuticals, and as a solvent for cleaning and degreasing. Acetone is also a key ingredient in nail polish removers and paint thinners. Its low boiling point and ability to dissolve a wide range of substances make it an essential component in chemical processes and manufacturing. Additionally, acetone is used as a denaturant in denatured alcohol. While it offers numerous industrial applications, it is important to handle acetone with care due to its flammability and potential health hazards.

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