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latex rubber thread
CNA - Production process of rubber latex thread - Google Patents
Latex is a stable dispersion emulsion of polymer microparticles in an aqueous medium. It is found in nature, but synthetic latexes can be made by polymerizing a monomer such as styrene that has been emulsified with surfactants. It is usually exuded after tissue injury. In most plants, latex is white, but some have yellow, orange, or scarlet latex. Since the 17th century, latex has been used as a term for the fluid substance in plants.
CN102181949A - Production process of rubber latex thread - Google Patents
Moreover, various chemicals which are other key components utilized for the compounding of concentrated latex, must undergo similar strict and close examination procedure to ensure that the chemicals themselves meet or excels the required standards. Quality Raw material In order to produce high quality rubber threads, our company is extremely careful in selecting only the highest-quality raw materials. Concentrated latex which is an important raw material must undergo our strict and thorough examination in modern and high-tech laboratory to ensure that the raw material meets or excels the international standards before it is passed through the manufacturing procedure. Quality Laboratory Control As to meet or excel the strict required standards and to manufacture quality products, our laboratory plays a significant role in selecting and examining thoroughly both the raw material and the chemicals used in the manufacturing process.
It it known that rubber threads may be made by pressing a rubber compound or a rubber dispersion through a suitable nozzle and afterwards guiding the thread thus manufactured through a suitable bath to harden or coagulate the material. A great disadvantage of this procedure is the necessity of guiding the threads after they have been formed by suitable nozzles, through various baths in order to improve their resistance to the subsequent winding process. The process of guiding the threads through drying chambers over suitable transport belts is also very difficult. According to the present invention the process of manufacturing rubber threads is improved and simplified in that a suitable thread of textile material is dipped into a suitable rubber compound, e.