Rubber Recycling Books

  • Guidance Manual for the Minimisation of NDMA and other Nitrosamines in Drinking and Recycled Water

    N‐nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is a nitrogen‐containing organic compound that has known carcinogenic properties. NDMA has been a health concern for some industries for a number of years as it is used in rubber formulations, as a fire retardant, antioxidant, additive for lubricants and softener of copolymers; it is also a degradation product of ...

  • 2008 Rubber Recycling Presentations

    Rubber Recycling technologies, Risk and Reward, Economics, Processes, News and the Future of Rubber ...

  • Waste Treatment in the Process Industries

    Increasing demand on industrial capacity has, as an unintended consequence, produced an accompanying increase in harmful and hazardous wastes. Derived from the second edition of the popular Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment, Waste Treatment in the Process Industries outlines the fundamentals and latest developments in waste ...

  • Rubber Recycling

    The safe disposal and reuse of industrial and consumer rubber waste continues to pose a serious threat to environmental safety and health, despite the fact that the technology now exits for its effective recycling and reuse. Mountains of used tires confirm the belief that chemically crosslinked rubber is one of the most difficult materials to ...

  • Basic Rubber Testing: Selecting Methods for Your Rubber Test Program

    This new ASTM publication is a practical guide that explains the important chemical and physical properties to be used in making judgments on the quality of raw materials or compounding ingredients, and their usability in the production plant. It provides a basic description of the test methods and characterizes each group of raw materials. But ...

  • Silicone Elastomers 2011

    Silicone elastomers have a unique combination of properties not found with organic elastomers, such as stability over a very wide temperature range, good electrical properties and environmental resistance, no smell or taste, high biocompatibility, low softness without plasticizers, and high colourability and transparency. Despite their relatively ...

  • Phenolic Resins: A Century of Progress

    With global capacity in excess of 5 million tons annually, phenolic resins are one of the leading thermosetting resins that are used in many diverse industries such as wood adhesives, fiberglass/mineral wool binder, molded materials for autos/electronic/electrical industries, brakes, abrasives, foam, coatings/adhesives, laminates, composites, ...

  • TPE 2009

    TPE 2009, the twelfth conference in this series, once again proved to be the place for TPE raw material suppliers, converters, processors and end users to identify current and future need.With the end applications of TPEs so varied; dashboards, medical tubing, shoe soles, this conference gave a broad overview into the various subgroups of TPEs ...

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