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Blended butyl products. (Materials).

Two additions to the company's butyl product line are described in company literature, including blended isobutylene and blended halogenated butyl (HIIR). Manufactured to ISO 9000 quality standards, all of the company's blended butyl products are said to be excellent for reducing part costs when blended with prime elastomers. Blended polyisobutylene is said to be produced by carefully combining selected feedstocks to achieve a uniform molecular weight, and is available in several molecular weight grades. Typical applications include sealants and adhesives, sound deadening and vibration damping, polymer modification and membranes. Blended HIIR is produced by combining feedstocks of halogenated butyl rubber to achieve a uniform Mooney and percent halogen content. Blended HIIR is said to be an excellent material choice for non-cured tapes, caulks, sound deadening, vibration damping, etc. (Goldsmith & Eggleton, 300 First St., Wadsworth, OH 44281)

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Publication:Rubber World
Date:Mar 22, 2002
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