Case study : TIVAR® 1000
UHMW-PE + SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber): Rubber Back Sheet developing process
There is many cases that when Attaching lining material to small flection part, thin rubber back sheet is required. UHMW-PE can’t be attached with bond to opponent material. UHMW-PE is required with bolt when it lined. Lining UHM-PE with bolt sometime caused non-good sliding property in consequence of adherence on holed bolt part.
We developed composite material by bonding UHMW-PE and SBR. SBR can be attached to opponent material by bond. Weak point UHMW-PE, CLTE can be refrained from this composite structure as little as possible.
|Liner:||TIVAR® 1000 (2mm) + SBR (1mm) x 900 x 1800|
|Bulk Material:||feedstuff of cow|
Feedstuff laid down on a trough and vent
Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials’ solution
Providing Semi finished parts, Install time could be shorten. Fulfilled Customized size required.
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