| Description: LHIR
is a solution polymerised polyisoprene rubber with a high
cis-1,4 content and a high molecular weight, which is very
similar to nature rubber in molecular and micro structure.
It is characterized by light color, uniformity and low level
of impurities. Good flow property brings great improvement
in mixing and molding.
By adding value through creating unique features, LHIR can
not only be used in the traditional fields that NR usually
present like tires, convey belts. Hoses, shoe soles etc.,
but also can be applied in the production which require
high purity and/or well-defined molecular structure such
as food and pharmaceutical package, baby bottle teats, adhesive,
light color or transparent articles.
LHIR is supplied in bales weighing 25 ± 0.25 kg (size: L:
65cm W: 35cm H: 15cm). Bales are wrapped in linear low-density
polyethylene (LLDPE) film and packed in (PP) plastic and
paper compound bags. It can be packed in wooden or iron
LHIR should be stored in ventilating warehouses at temperature
not higher than 30℃, away from heat and fire sources, direct
sunray, atmosphere precipitation and contamination. Shelf
life could be two years from the manufacturing date under
the correct storage conditions.
Safety and Handling Precautions:
LHIR may accumulate electrostatic charges when rubbed, chafed
or abraded. Processing equipment should be provided with
a means of dissipating any charges that may develop.
When processing LHIR, maintain a fire watch if temperature
reaches 225℃. The temperature listed above is indicated
only for safety reasons (risk of fire and product degradation)
and is not necessarily recommended for processing. Degradation
of the polymer (polymer breakdown) could start at lower
temperature depending on the specific processing conditions.
Information contained in this document is to the best of
Producer’s knowledge and is considered true and accurate
as per vision date. But no representations, guarantees or
warranties of any kind are made as to its accuracy, suitability
for specific applications disclosed above since the manufacturing
conditions, methods and equipment used is beyond producer’s
Full-scale testing and end product performance are the responsibility
of users. It is the users who assume all risks and liability
of any use or handling of any material and Producer as well
as Sellers shall not be liable for.