AS1807 is a non-corrosive, 1-part, room temperature vulcanizing (RTV) silicone rubber. It is one of a new family of products called acetone cure sealants that are solvent free. It exhibits excellent primerless adhesion to many substrates. The product is cured rapidly in contact with atmospheric moisture to a tough rubber.
Vulcanization (British: vulcanisation) is a chemical process, invented by Charles Goodyear, used to harden rubber. Vulcanization traditionally referred to the treatment of natural rubber with sulfur and this remains the most common example, however the term has also grown to include the hardening of other (synthetic) rubbers via various means.
Sulfur vulcanization. The term vulcanization is derived from Vulcan, the Roman god of fire. Hard vulcanized rubber is sometimes sold under the brand name Ebonite or the genericized former brand term vulcanite, and is used in making articles such as clarinet and saxophone mouth pieces, bowling balls, and ice hockey pucks .
Insoluble Sulfur is a new kind of rubber vulcanization agent, It is not only overcome some shortcomings of ordinary sulfur, but also help to further improve the quality of rubber products. Product Features: Insoluble sulfur OT33 is a non-blooming rubber vulcanizing agent. Technical Specification: Item Technical Specifications
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