RUBBER & PLASTICS CHEMICALS
Rubber & Plastics
SNDB’s rubber and plastic chemicals has a vast clientele globally. We take pride in the fact that we have been in the business for over 40 years and have been successfully delivering quality products to all our customers and have made their sourcing needs convenient. SNDB provides their rubber and plastic chemicals to these industries where they are used as Oxidizes, Vulcanizing agents, Additives in plastic industry etc.
A rubber is a strong, waterproof, elastic material made from the extract of a tropical tree or synthesized chemically. Natural rubber is produced from plants while synthetically manufactured rubber is produced using a variety of chemicals. It is a tough elastic substance of polymer. However, a chemically synthesised rubber has not yet been developed which has all the properties of a natural rubber.
Plastics are a group of materials that use polymers as their main ingredient. They are a wide range of synthetic materials that contain an essential ingredient of an organic substance of large molecular weight. The word plastic literally means something that is malleable which means that plastics can be bent, elongated, thinned etc. to form any shape under the influence of heat and pressure. Plastics basically are compounds that contain hydrogen and carbon items which act as building blocks to form a long polymer chain. These building blocks are referred to as monomers.
Plastic and rubbers essentially are both polymers. Plastic and rubbers are made from the same family of polymers. The major difference between Plastics and Rubbers is that Plastics exhibit the property of plasticity whereas rubbers exhibit the property of elasticity.
Rubber and Plastic chemicals have a huge demand globally due to the ever-increasing Plastic and Rubber industry, the products of which find application in almost everything present in the world.
Some examples of Rubber and Plastic chemicals are Carbon Black, Zinc Oxide, Stearic Acid, Phthalic Anhydride, Bisphenol A(BPA), Calcium Carbonate, Titanium Dioxide etc.