Chlorinated Rubber

Chlorub (Chlorinated Rubber) is a chemically inert material with excellent film forming properties and is used extensively in the paints, adhesives and printing inks industries. It is a non-flammable, non-toxic, tasteless white powder which is a fast drying binder with low chemical reactivity and dissolves freely in solvents. It shows a high degree of impermeability to water and water vapour and its films exhibit excellent resistance to corrosive influences. In adhesive applications, it improves the bonding effect of Polychloroprene and Nitrile rubber based adhesives.

Chlorinated Rubber Applications

Paints - Steel  Structures, Swimming pools, Traffic Markings, Fire Retardant Coatings, Marine paints, High Build Paints
Lacquers for paper, wood and concrete material
Adhesives - Polychloropene and Nitrile rubber based adhesives & Rubber to metal bonding application
Printing Inks - Rotogravure Inks, Hot Foil Stamping and Overprint Varnishes


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