Agro Products
  • Wheat
  • Sugar
  • Indian Corn / Maize
  • Fenugreek Seeds
Oil Meals
  • Soya Bean Meal Extraction
  • Rape Seed
  • Groundnut Extraction
  • Sesame Seed Extraction
  • Rice Bran Extraction
Rubber and Rubber Chemical
  • Natural Rubber
  • Synthetic Rubber
  • Carbon Black

Rubber and Rubber Chemical

Natural Rubber
Natural rubber, in its milky sap, is tapped from the Hevea Brasiliensis tree. Most of the latex is either processed into sheets or solid crumb rubber. It can also be kept in its liquid form through use of chemicals to prevent the latex from coagulation. In the solid form, the rubber sheets or crumbs are used in the manufacture of solid rubber based products, eg. tyres etc, while the liquid form is used for dipping products such as gloves, balloons etc.

Ribbed Smoked Sheets (RSS)
There are 5 grades of Ribbed Smoked Sheets (RSS) 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. The RSS is graded visually according to the requirements of the end users. RSS is used as a raw material in various industries such as tyres, conveyor belts, rubber pipes, shoes, automotive parts, etc.

  SMR10 SMR20
Dirt % wt max 0.08 0.16
Ash % wt max 0.75 1.00
Nitrogen % wt max 0.60 0.60
Volatile matter % wt. max 0.80 0.80
Acetone extract % wt max 5.00 5.00
Copper content max 8 PPM 8 PPM
Manganese content max 10 PPM 10 PPM
Po Min (Plasticity) 30.00 30.00
PRI % min 50.00 40.00
Mooney Viscosity 70.00 - 90.00 70.00 - 90.00

Synthetic Rubber
Synthetic rubber is any type of artificially made polymer material which acts as an elastomer. It can undergo much more elastic deformation under stress than most materials and still return to its previous size without permanent deformation. Synthetic rubber serves as a substitute for natural rubber in many cases, especially when improved material properties are needed. It is now an essential component in tyres manufacturing.

Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR)
SBR is predominantly used for the production of car and light truck tires and truck tire retread compounds. A complete list of the uses of SBR includes houseware mats, drain board trays, shoe sole and heels, chewing gum, food container sealants, tires, conveyor belts, sponge articles, adhesives and caulks, automobile mats, brake and clutch pads, hose, V- belts, flooring, military tank pads, hard rubber battery box cases, extruded gaskets, rubber toys, moulded rubber goods, shoe soling, cable insulation and jacketing, pharmaceutical, surgical, and sanitary products, food packaging, etc.

Poly Butadiene
Poly Butadiene is a synthetic rubber that has a high resistance to wear and is used especially in the manufacture of tyres. It has also been used to coat or encapsulate electronic assemblies, offering extremely high electrical resistivity. It exhibits a recovery of 80% after stress is applied, a value only exceeded by elastin and resilin.

The major use of polybutadiene is in tyres with over 70% of the polymer produced going into treads and sidewalls. Cured BR imparts excellent abrasion resistance (good tread wear), and low rolling resistance (good fuel economy). Polybutadiene is usually blended with other elastomers like natural rubber or styrene-butadiene rubber for tread compounds. Other applications include polystyrene for injection molding applications and golf balls.

Butyl
Because of butyl polymers’ unique characteristics, barrier properties - high damping, resistance to ozone, heat and chemical, and very low permeability to air, gases and moisture, butyl is ideal for many tyres and automotive applications, healthcare and medical equipments, industrial and construction usage and adhesive and even chewing gum! Butyl rubber is, in fact, the only rubber that is impermeable to air.

In the tyres and automotive industries, butyl polymers can be used for innerliner, non staining black sidewall, white sidewall, treading compound, heat resistant hose and dynamic parts including the body mounts. In medical industry, it can be found in protective clothing and closures for bottles.


Carbon Black

Items N220 N330 N550 N660
Iodine Absorption Number g/kg 121 +/-5 82 +/-5 43 +/-4 36 +/-4
DBP Absorption Number10-5m3/Kg 114 +/-5 102 +/-5 121 +/-5 90 +/-5
DBP Absorption Number of Compressed Sample 10-5m3/Kg 93~107 81~95 81~95 68~82
CTAB Surface Area 103m2/Kg 106~116 79~87 38~46 31~39
Nitrogen Surface Area 103m2/Kg 114~124 78~88 38~46 30~40
Tint Strength 110~120 98~108 - -
Heating Loss 3.0 2.5 2.5 1.5
Ash 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
Tensile Strength Map ™ -0.8 -1.5 -3.5 -3.5
Extension% ™ +10 -10 -10 +10
Map Modulus at 300% -2.5 +/-1.3 -1.7 +/-1.3 -1.7 +/-1.3 -3.5 +/-1.3

Appearance: Black Powder or Granular
Applications: Rubber Industry, such as Tyres,Cable,Tape,etc.
Packing: 25 kgs in net bag, 12 mts in the 20'FCL,24 mts in the 40'FCL