• accelerator - free curing of dip molded latex films

    Accelerator - Free Curing of Dip Molded Latex Films

    Accelerator - Free Curing of Dip Molded Latex Films Mark W. McGlothlin President Apex Medical Technologies, Inc. 1. Introduction An accelerator-free curing method (Anovel curing system@) has been developed for use with many existing latices, including natural rubber (NR), enzymatically deproteinized NR, guayule NR, synthetic

  • apex medical technologies, inc. - curing technology

    Apex Medical Technologies, Inc. - Curing Technology

    Peroxide Curing System Apex’s Peroxide Curing System is an innovative method for the vulcanization of dip molded films. Utilizing organic peroxides, films are rapidly cured at a high temperature in an oxygen-free environment producing highly biocompatible films with excellent physical properties.

  • 407 latex casting rubber- pure liquid latex

    407 Latex Casting Rubber- Pure Liquid Latex

    It is the highest quality latex produced and will provide you with the high elasticity and tear resistant casting; an important factor in making masks. It also can be used for time saving dip molding instead of the tedious repeat coatings required of traditional molding latex. Features of this latex include: High tear resistance Fast curing

  • an accelerator free peroxide vulcanization technique

    An Accelerator Free Peroxide Vulcanization Technique

    An accelerator-free curing method has been US Patent 2,868,859 Mark W. McGlothlin -Accelerator Free Curing of Dip Molded Latex Films President

  • ecoflex™ 00-30 product information | smooth-on, inc.

    Ecoflex™ 00-30 Product Information | Smooth-On, Inc.

    Cure Inhibition – Addition-cure silicone rubber may be inhibited by certain contaminants in or on the pattern to be molded resulting in tackiness at the pattern interface or a total lack of cure throughout the mold. Latex, tin-cure silicone, sulfur clays, certain wood surfaces, newly cast polyester, epoxy or urethane rubber may cause inhibition.

  • us2868859a - curing natural rubber latex with a peroxide

    US2868859A - Curing natural rubber latex with a peroxide

    latex natural rubber rubber latex peroxide Prior art date 1953-06-12 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.) Expired - Lifetime Application number US435631A Inventor Stott Geoffrey Original

  • us7943685b2 - composition and method for curing latex

    US7943685B2 - Composition and method for curing latex

    The invention pertains to a latex compound comprising a natural rubber or a synthetic rubber material and a curing system having organic peroxide. The invention also concerns a method of curing a latex film comprising the steps of forming a film from a latex compound comprising a natural rubber or synthetic rubber material and a curing system having organic peroxide and heating the film to

  • dipping latex for custom balloons and special effects bladders

    Dipping Latex for custom balloons and special effects bladders

    A low viscosity, natural latex compound that is ideal for making your own bald caps, inflatable membranes, bladders and Tom Savini's recipe for chunks of flesh. Monster Hotline 216.671.8700 Monster Hotline: 216.671.8700

  • dragon skin™ 20 product information | smooth-on, inc.

    Dragon Skin™ 20 Product Information | Smooth-On, Inc.

    Cure Inhibition – Addition-cure silicone rubber may be inhibited by certain contaminants in or on the pattern to be molded resulting in tackiness at the pattern interface or a total lack of cure throughout the mold. Latex, tin-cure silicone, sulfur clays, certain wood surfaces, newly cast polyester, epoxy or urethane rubber may cause inhibition.

  • liquid latex casting rubbers | artmolds

    Liquid Latex Casting Rubbers | ArtMolds

    The liquid latex then sits in the mold for about 30-45 minutes and is poured off. What is left behind is a thin skin of latex rubber yielding excellent detail reproduction and a fast demold. After drying overnight the result is a flexible rubber skin in the form of the mold which can be painted using latex paints.

  • mark mcglothlin - researchgate

    Mark MCGLOTHLIN - ResearchGate

    Thin-film elastomers (elastic polymers) have a number of technologically significant applications ranging from sportswear to medical devices. Accelerator -Free Curing of Dip Molded Latex Films

  • advantages of using thermoplastic elastomer as an alternative

    Advantages of Using Thermoplastic Elastomer as an Alternative

    We are also the leaders in product innovation and a line of products that includes high-quality thermoplastics, PVC tubing, dip-molded products, and non-latex Free-Band ® tourniquets. You may be familiar with natural rubber latex and its versatility thanks to the material’s resistance to wear and tear, strength, and elongation properties.