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Rubber products are created once rubber has been through processes to turn it from crude rubber to a substance that can be worked with. This is achieved by masticating, mixing, calendaring and extruding the material. The polymer chains are broken down enough so the viscosity is low enough for further processing. The rubber is converted to a dough like mixture and more

Rubber products are created once rubber has been through processes to turn it from crude rubber to a substance that can be worked with. This is achieved by masticating, mixing, calendaring and extruding the material. The polymer chains are broken down enough so the viscosity is low enough for further processing. The rubber is converted to a dough like mixture and milled into sheets of desired products. It is then cured or moulded. Some examples of rubber products include rubber bands, shoe soles and tyres for a range of vehicles from a unicycle through to an 18 tonne lorry.

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