Gasoline- and oil-proof rubbers based on cyclic α-oxides for heavy-duty rubber technical goods
The physicomechanical properties of oil- and gasoline-proof rubbers based on cyclic α-oxides (epichlorohydrin, propylene oxide) and hydrocarbon rubbers (butadiene-nitrile, chloroprene) are described. It is shown that epichlorohydrin rubbers (EKhGKs) have some advantages over butadiene-nitrile and chloroprene rubbers, particularly for operation in extreme conditions in oil drilling and gas equipment for environments with a high content of hydrogen sulfide. Examples of the application of low-molecular EKhGKs as adhesives and sealants are given.
Keywordsepichlorohydrin rubbers propylene oxide rubbers
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