ESBR is the most manufactured synthetic rubber in the world. It`s shape is irregular because of the fact that there is no crystallization. Emulsion Styrene Butadiene Rubber is the most widely used rubber in the world, representing about % 40 of the synthetic rubber market which is a result of its excellent balance of properties and cost performance. ESBR has good mechanical properties, abrasion and tear resistance, being largely used in tire, retread, footwear soles, hoses, tubes, cables, conveyor belts and a great variety of moulded, calendered and extruded rubber goods.




Classification

Grade Mooney Viscocity ML(1+4) AN(%) Key Features Purpose
ESBR 1502 52 23.5 - -
ESBR 1712 49 27.3 - -