Industrial Rubber Products

Our solutions enable performance requirements ranging from common strength properties to fluid resistance, conductivity, resistivity and more.

Rubber manufacturers are dually challenged with improving product performance while maximizing their production efficiency. Our additives for rubber products allow manufacturers to tailor mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties while delivering maximum value for their customers.

Carbon black is a major component of industrial rubber products, often up to 40% by weight, and it can play a major role in helping manufacturers meet these challenges. Carbon black impacts compound processing and product quality, as well as the final rubber properties and cost. We offer a broad technology portfolio that includes the SPHERON®, SPHERON® A and 4-digit VULCAN® carbon blacks for elastomer reinforcement product families. Our industry-leading portfolio delivers advanced solutions to our customers in a wide range of applications such as hoses and belts, automotive weather stripping and molded rubber products.

In addition to carbon black for industrial rubber, we also offer CAB-O-SIL® fumed silica, selected by formulators around the world for reinforcement of silicone rubber and other elastomer products. CAB-O-SIL fumed silica can also be selected to improve transparency in applications requiring a clear elastomer in industries such as medical, lighting and consumer products.

Upcoming Events

International Rubber conference 2016 Kitakyushu

International Rubber Conference 2016 Kitakyushu

October 25-28, 2016
Kitakyushu International Conference Center in Kitakyushu, Japan

We will be exhibiting at the International Rubber conference 2016 Kitakyushu, a major international conference for rubber scientists and engineers to collaborate and discuss the latest industry innovations. Marco Villalobos, global applications development director, reinforcement materials, will deliver a presentation titled "Particle Design for High Performance Elastomeric Composites" during Session D on Thursday, October 27 at 8:30 am.

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