Nitrile rubber is produced by emulsion polymerization of butadiene (H2C=CH-CH=CH2) and acrylonitrile (H2C=CH-CN). It is...
Nitrile rubber is produced by emulsion polymerization of butadiene (H2C=CH-CH=CH2) and acrylonitrile (H2C=CH-CN). It is mainly produced by low-temperature emulsion polymerization and has two homopolymers. performance. The butadiene component imparts elasticity and cold resistance to the copolymer, the acrylonitrile component has strong polarity, and the -CN group can make the copolymer have good chemical resistance, especially the oil resistance (referring to alkane oil). Increasing the content of acrylonitrile in the rubber can improve the oil resistance of the rubber, but the elasticity and cold resistance will be reduced. Its products have good oil resistance, higher wear resistance and better heat resistance.
Scope of application:
Housework, protection in electronics, chemicals, aquaculture, glass, food and other factories, hospitals, scientific research and other industries.
News report: In order to prevent the gloves from slipping and improve the comfort of use, the palms of the cut-resistant gloves have been dipped. According to the different dipping gels, they are divided into three types: latex, nitrile and polyurethane. Among them, polyurethane gloves have a thinner gel, which is generally used in gardening and electronics industries with relatively high sensitivity requirements; latex gloves and nitrile gloves have relatively thick gels, latex gloves have better anti-slip performance, and nitrile gloves
have better oil stain resistance. Used in mechanical processing, logistics handling, oil depot operations, etc.