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Polyisoprene Rubber

Key Properties and Characteristics
Durometer (Shore A)
30-90
  Tear Strength
G
Specific Gravity (Polymer)
0.92
  Flame Retardent Properties
P
Tensile Strength Max-psi (Mpa)
3000
(20.7)
  Weathering Characteristics
P
Low Temperature Brittle Point (C/F)
-58/-70
  Oxidation Resistance
G
Resilience
G to E
  Ozone Resistance
P
Compression Set
G
  Oil Resistance
P
Heat Aging
F
  Acid Resistance
F to G
Abrasion Resistance
E
  Resistance to Alkali Substances
F to G
CAS Number
9003-31-0
Key Characteristics
Synthetic natural rubber.
Further Comments
The same polymer as natural rubber, but made synthetically. Essentially similar in properties to natural rubber, it may be somewhat weaker because it is not 100% the CIS isomer.
Legend: P=Poor; F=Fair; G=Good; E=Excellent


Synthetic Isoprene Rubber (IR)

Synthetic Isoprene Rubber is used for the production of various rubber-technical articles, including food applications, rubber footwear, sporting goods, bonding compounds, tires, and water repellant compositions.

Grade Name
Available
Sources
Specification
Sheet
Material Safety
Data Sheet
SKI-3 Russian
Printable Specification Sheet
Printable Specification Sheet
SKI-3S Russian
 Printable Specification Sheet
 


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