What rubber can do


The physical and chemical properties of a material dete […]

The physical and chemical properties of a material determine its use. Even if you know nothing about the true use of rubber, you can make some right guesses.
For example, everyone knows that rubber is strong, elastic, durable and waterproof, so it can be thought of as being used in waterproof clothing.
 There are many rubber products, but the most important use of rubber is for car tires; about half of the world's rubber is eventually wrapped around the wheels of cars, bicycles, and trucks!

Because it is highly impermeable to gas, the tire can remain inflated for a long time.
Rubber can not only become soft, but also become hard. It is precisely because of these characteristics that the scope of its use has greatly increased.
Soft and elastic latex is used in all kinds of daily necessities, from erasers, balloons, protective gloves, adhesives to paints.
Hard rubber can be used as a cushion for shock absorption and inflatable boats.
Because rubber is strong, flexible, and has poor thermal and electrical conductivity, it is also commonly used as a cable.
In addition, it has a very wide range of applications: from artificial hearts to waterproof gaskets on washing machine doors, you will find its various applications!

Neoprene is more well-known among various rubbers, but it has applications far beyond what most people know. Not only is it often used in medicine, but it is also widely used because of its flexibility and water resistance Building materials such as roof and floor sealants.