The “Chemical Resistance Guide” rates the most well-known polymers for their resistance to chemicals they may come into contact with. This document can be consulted to determine suitable rubber types for a specific environment.

In addition to chemical resistance, it is at least as important to take other environmental influences and operating conditions into account, such as temperature and load (static/dynamic).

The following documents provide a general overview of the properties, advantages and limitations of the most common polymers.

Useful links

ISO 3302-1:2014 
This standard specifies the dimensional classes and associated tolerances for moulded, extruded and calendered rubber products.

Rubber & Tire Digest
Daily news out of the rubber world

Dutch Association for Plastic & Rubber Technologists

Market evolution of NR rubber on De Tijd

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