Chloroprene Rubber - an overview
Chloroprene rubber compounds can be formulated by following procedures for NR and SBR fillers and plasticizers. This rubber is vulcanized with metal oxides, either with or without sulfur; usually a combination of zinc and magnesium oxides, with white lead oxide (litharge or red lead).
Chloroprene Rubber (CR) - Neoprene Rubber | Lavelle
Chloroprene Rubber (CR) Chloroprene Rubber (CR) is a good general purpose rubber with excellent balance of physical and chemical properties. Generally good mechanical strength balanced with resistance to chemicals, ozone and weathering. Chloroprene has moderate fuel and oil resistance.
Chloroprene Rubber (CR) - Normec
Chloroprene Rubber (CR) is a synthetic rubber that is also known by the trade name Neoprene. CR has a good balance of properties, including good chemical stability and usefulness over a wide temperature range. It is mostly applied to bond structures or different materials.
Chloroprene - CROW
Chloroprene Rubber Properties. Polychloroprene (CR), also known as Neoprene or chlor caoutchouc, is the fourth largest volume diene elastomer. It exhibits good UV and ozone stability and has good chemical resistance to oil, fuel, and many other chemicals. CR is also known for its excellent abrasion resistance and toughness.
CR - Polychloroprene (Neoprene®) - Elastomer Engineering
CR – Polychloroprene (Neoprene®) Chloroprene Rubber (CR), widely known as Neoprene®, was one of the first oil resistant synthetic rubbers. It is a good general purpose rubber with an excellent balance of physical and chemical properties.
Denka Corporation - DENKA CHLOROPRENE
Outline Chloroprene rubber (CR) is a synthetic rubber possessing excellent mechanical strength, flame resistance, and adhesive strength, coupled with a well-balanced combination of weatherability and resistance to ozone, heat, and oil. CR is widely used in industrial products, cables, adhesives, etc. Developed by DENKA in 1962, DENKA Chloroprene
Chloroprene Rubber Products - Dynacast Industrial Products
Chloroprene Rubber (CR) has several types of polychloroprene. Chloroprene rubber mechanical properties are generally inferior to natural rubber but with superior chemical properties. Over time crystallization results in hardening at temperatures about -10 degree C. CR has very good resistance to ozone.
Neoprene/Chloroprene O-Rings, Gaskets & Seals
Also known as polychloroprene or chloroprene rubber, neoprene is a type of synthetic rubber. It exhibits good chemical stability and excellent flexibility, which it maintains at extreme temperatures (from -45° to 225°F/-43° to 107°C).
Chloroprene Rubber CR - Habasit
Chloroprene is the common name for the organic compound 2-chlorobuta-1,3-diene. This colorless liquid is the monomer for the production of the polymer polychloroprene, a type of synthetic rubber. Polychloroprene is better known as Neoprene, the trade name given by DuPont.
Chloroprene rubber (CR) | RADO Gummi GmbH
Chloroprene rubber can be blended with various other polymers, for example: with polybutadiene (BR) or natural rubber (NR) to improve the low-temperature flexibility; with nitrile rubber (NBR) to improve the oil resistance, or; with styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR) to reduce the tendency to crystallise. Neoprene – foamed chloroprene rubber