Definition Of Synthetic Rubber

Synthetic elastomeric polymers, also known as synthetic elastomers. Yield just below the synthetic resin (or plastic), synthetic fibers. Its performance varies due to monomer, and performance similar to natural rubber few varieties.

Rubber is to create the necessary materials for aircraft, ships, automobiles, tractors, harvesters, Drainage and Irrigation machinery, medical equipment and so on. Depending on the source, it can be divided into natural rubber and synthetic rubber. Synthetic rubber and natural rubber have properties similar to a small number of species, most of the natural rubber is different, but both are highly elastic polymer materials, usually required after curing and processing, that has the practicality and value. Synthetic rubber production in the early 20th century, from the 1940s has been rapid development. Synthetic rubber is generally not as good as the performance of natural rubber comprehensive, but it has a high elasticity, insulation, air tightness, oil, high temperature or low temperature properties, which are widely used in industry, agriculture, defense, transportation and daily life.