Bayern Germany CR 20 rubber or Natural Rubber is a rubber-elastic material that is flexible against longitudinal and transverse tensile forces. This material has good abrasion resistance, excellent adhesion properties, high mutation strength, elasticity, etc.
Typically, tires are divided into natural and artificial categories. Natural tires contain between six and eight percent non-plastic materials in their ingredients, but are of natural origin. In this text, we will only deal with rubber or natural rubber.
How to produce Bayern Germany CR 20 rubber ?
Also known as Indian gum or rubber gum, it is actually an elastomeric or polycarbonate elastic plastic material that can be obtained from a variety of plants such as foxglove, dandelion, gourd and berry, but no plants as large as Hua Brasilinsis, saporilla tree and Balata tree cannot be effective in pure production of this substance.
To make the leachate, the bark is removed so that the liquid collects in small cups. The leachate is then taken to a collection point, where it is protected by smoothing and adding ammonia. Then, through a process known as coagulation, with the addition of various acids or salts, the rubber is separated from the liquid in the form of a white dough mass, and at the end, it is rolled into a sheet using a roller and dried.
Features of Bayern Germany CR 20 rubber ?
Raw rubber is a loose, sticky substance that does not have much elasticity. Therefore, during a process called vulcanization, sulfur is added to increase its strength and elasticity. After vulcanizing, in order to convert raw rubber into a highly elastic material, fillers such as carbon dioxide are added to the rubber.
The CR 20 rubber has a high resistance to heat because due to traction, its molecular chains break down and return to their former shape after the stress has ended, so they can show the desired shape of the resistance. It is also very resistant to breakage, light, traction and rupture.
Application of Bayern Germany CR 20 rubber ?
This material is used in various industries, including transportation, chemical, space, electricity, electronics, tire production, tubes, special industrial parts, vulcanized parts and anti-wear parts, etc.