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  Rubber is probably one of humanity’s greatest inventions, it is a very useful & malleable material but chances are something made of rubber has let you down at some point in your life. Like most  elastomers rubber will also undergo significant changes over time when exposed to heat, light and ozone. These changes can
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  Industrial Rubber Seals are designed to prevent leakage, while helping to combine systems or mechanisms together. While seals created for ambient and low temperatures are not extremely difficult, creating seals for high temperature applications is a challenge. This is because standard sealing materials cannot perform well in such conditions for long periods of time.
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When it comes to predicting the durability or performance of a given material for use in a specific application, it’s crucial to evaluate chemical and physical properties as well as environmental compliance and quality control. At Kesaria we understand the real-world service-life and environmental challenges polymer materials face. Our experts can help you predict, manage
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Designing a rubber part means taking multiple requirements into consideration. A design engineer wants to get the part that will work in their assembly. Purchasing Managers want to make sure they can meet the timetable and get the most cost-effective part. The quality engineer needs all the documentation to satisfy quality standards and information to
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In recent years, the waste disposal problem has spurred mounting interest in the biodegradability of polymers & elastomers, especially when the public is voicing greater concern about protecting human health and preserving the quality of our environment. Concerns regarding the environmental impact of solid wastes, recycling and composting options are expected to increase as landfill
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Rubber seal products, or O-Rings, are used in a multitude of different industries. A large percentage of these are used in static seal applications where the O-ring is held in place and where elasticity and resistance to abrasion or friction are not as important. However, many O-rings are also used in dynamic applications where the
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Service Life Of Rubber Parts is it’s expected lifetime, or the acceptable period of use in service. It is the time that any manufactured item can be expected to be ‘serviceable’ or supported by its manufacturer. Since elastomers are used in many products, the service life would be dependent on the product manufactured. There are
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With the globalization and open market numerous suppliers have emerged to lure customers with various offers and discounts. Finding and selecting the best supplier is an essential first step to managing product quality and limiting product defects in your orders. Choose the wrong supplier and you could face shipping delays, poor quality and product returns.
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Rubber molding is a method in which a functional rubber product is manufactured. Rubber molded parts are produced by pressing a chunk of rubber into a rubber mold, then exposed to heat to activate the chemical reaction. While there are variations in specific methods, all rubber manufacturers use heat and pressure methods to form molded
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EPDM or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is a family of synthetic elastomers with lower cost, steam and chemical resistance, particularly for applications involving sealant, solvents, acids and other mild chemicals. It is a complex yet inexpensive rubber that has a wide range of uses. It is commonly used in roofs for waterproofing, as EPDM seals
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