Synthetic Rubbers

SBR A synonym for general-purpose synthetic rubbers, SBR offers excellent tensile strength, tear strength, and resistance to aging and abrasion. Used in tires, belts, footwear, and various industrial products.
BR In addition to boasting superb abrasion resistance, dynamic performance, low-temperature performance, and processability, BR features high rebound resilience that makes it a choice material for golf balls. Also used for tires, belts, and more.
IR A general-purpose synthetic rubber whose molecular structure is similar to that of natural rubber, IR excels in formability, ease of vulcanization, tensile strength, and resilience.
NBR A copolymer of acrylonitrile and butadiene that has good oil resistance. Widely used in automotive parts and industrial products.
IIR Mainly used in tire inner tubes and liners because of its superior gas impermeability. Also offers good weatherability and resistance to ozone and heat.
EPM / EPDM Highly resistant to heat, ozone, and weathering. Used for automotive parts such as packing and hoses, as well as electrical cables/wires, belts, and as a modifier in synthetic resins.
CR Offering a good balance of properties, including outstanding resistance to heat, fatigue, oil, and chemicals, CR is widely used for applications involving extreme conditions.
Silicone rubber Excellent resistance to heat, water, chemicals, weathering, ozone, and cold.
FKM High-quality fluoro rubber with broad performance, including resistance to oil, chemicals, heat, flame, weathering, ozone, and more.
NV / NE Polymer alloys NV (acrylonitrile rubber & PVC) and NE (nitrile rubber & EPDM) combine the properties of their constituents.
Rubber compounds We offer diverse blends tailored to your needs.