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5 rubber materials for shock absorption purposes

NR.SBR.BR is a common citrus material: NBR for oil-resistant vulcanizates; CR for weather-resistant vulcanizates: IR for high damping vulcanizates; EPR for heat-resistant vulcanizates. NR has excellent elasticity, good resistance to fatigue and aromatics, low tart and creep, good cold resistance, electrical insulation and workability. Therefore, NR is widely used as shock absorber in order to meet the requirements of low temperature or weather resistance, and can be modified with BR or CR. The shock absorber made of NR, BR and metal salts containing organic acid containing one OH group with more than 4 carbon atoms has good durability. The compression permanent deformation at 70Cx22h and 40Cx148h is 17.0% and 11.7% respectively. EPDM has attracted much attention in recent years due to its excellent weather resistance, ozone aging resistance, electrical insulation, heat resistance and cold resistance. Recently, Mitsui Chemical Co. and Kwannukawa Rubber Co. developed a new type of heat-resistant and shock-absorbing rubber material by using high molecular weight EIM and low molecular weight EHIM, and obtained a Japanese patent. The test results show that the damping property of the rubber is the same as that of NR, but its heat resistance and low temperature softness are better than that of other rubber such as NR. "The rubber material made of EDM for shock absorbers on automotive parts has very good heat resistance. After 190C *5 aging, the material still has very good interlaminar adhesion. Silicone rubber R or halogenated IR can be used when high damping is required; U has excellent wear resistance, flexibility resistance and resistance to hydrocarbon fuels and most organic solvents, as well as high physical properties, good electrical insulation, adhesion and aging resistance. . U has also been widely used in shock absorption and sound insulation, such as Adachi, etc. The rubber sheet with good shock absorption and sound insulation is made by U. The effect is good when it is applied to floor, ceiling and bending plate.

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