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This Fall 2007 edition of Rubber World's Product News features a study on page 4 describing how the use of recycled rubber can reduce greenhouse gases. A greenhouse gas inventory Greenhouse gas inventories are a type of emission inventory that are developed for a variety of reasons. Scientists use inventories of natural and anthropogenic (human-caused) emissions as tools when developing atmospheric models. and life cycle analysis of the PolyDyne line of engineered rubber powders was recently completed by Malcolm Pirnie. The investigation highlighted several environmental benefits that today's industrial manufacturers can reap through the use of recycled ultra-fine rubber powder.
New runflat tire technology from Bridgestone is highlighted on page 5. The Cooling Fin technology expands the vehicle application potential of runflat tires. In other news, carbon black manufacturers in Europe are said to be gearing up to meet one of their biggest challenges, as key end-user industries of this material increasingly shift their production facilities from western Europe Western Europe
The countries of western Europe, especially those that are allied with the United States and Canada in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (established 1949 and usually known as NATO). to the comparatively low-cost central and eastern Europe The term "Central and Eastern Europe" came into wide spread use, replacing "Eastern bloc", to describe former Communist countries in Europe, after the collapse of the Iron Curtain in 1989/90. region.
Recent introductions to the rubber industry, highlighted on page 6, include NST NST nonstress test.
NST Nonstress test, see there rotors from Farrel. Benefits of the unique dispersive dispersive /dis·per·sive/ (-per´siv)
1. tending to become dispersed.
2. promoting dispersion. and distributive dis·trib·u·tive
a. Of, relating to, or involving distribution.
b. Serving to distribute.
2. mixing characteristics of the NST rotor are now available for Banbury mixer applications. Commercial production of butyl rubber butyl rubber: see rubber. has begun at ExxonMobil Chemical's plant in France using proprietary breakthrough process technology. The technology enables the company to significantly increase its butyl rubber production capacity from its existing plants.
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