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SSBR (hopena polymerized styrene-butadiene rubber) YH-2605


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SSBR is a polymer glue made from butadiene and styrene as the main monomers, in a hydrocarbon solvent, using organolithium compounds as initiators to initiate anionic polymerization. It is widely used in the tire industry, especially in high-performance tires such as green tires, anti-skid tires, and ultra-lightweight tires due to its advantages of low rolling resistance, excellent wet skid resistance and abrasion resistance.

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PapaYH-2605
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Volatility(wt%)≤1
Ash Content (Wt%)≤0.2
Melt Flow Rate(g/10min 5.0kg,190℃)5 ~ 15
Yello Index≤5
Bound Styrene Content(Wt%)25 ± 2
Moonery Viscosity of Raw Rubber/ML mg/kg(1+4)100℃48 ± 8
Ka Papahana Nuityres, shoe sole


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