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Sulfur vulcanization of rubber

Natural rubber is a naturally occurring material. It is made by trees, just like maple syrup. Trees produce latex, which is then processed into a useful natural rubber material. Natural rubber has been known for thousands of years. It was known to ancient civilizations such as the Incas, who used rubber to make balls for ancient sports. At that time, the


A library of scientific works for which extruders, rolling mills or other Zamak Mercator devices were used

We would like to inform you that the National Library of Medicine Bethesda USA has published scientific papers, to which extruders, rolling mills or other laboratory equipment produced by Zamak Mercator contributed. An official website of the United States government National Library of Medicine 8600 Rockville Pike Bethesda, MD 20894


Innovative solutions in furnaces for continuous vulcanization of rubber [IR]

The innovative line of IR vulcanization ovens, developed by Zamak Mercator, enables the vulcanization of rubber and silicone in the infrared radiation field. The new technology consists in the use of special ovens equipped with IR radiators, which, compared to a conventional hot air oven, provide more effective vulcanization in terms of cross-linking time, product quality and process costs.


PMMA depolymerization [recycling] reactor

Progress in reaction mechanisms and reactor technologies for thermochemical recycling of poly(methyl methacrylate). The feedstock recycling of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) through thermal degradation is an important societal challenge enabling the cycle of polymers. The annual global production capacity of PMMA is over 2.4*104tons, but currently only 3.0*103tons are collected and recycled in Europe each year. Despite the rather simple chemical structure

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