Area of Interest

Rubber

Rubber is available in several different forms from standard natural to high performance synthetic, the latter being the main area of interest for Lawrence Industries.

We have a limited range of additives that can be added to enhance the physical and chemical properties of rubbers including versions of silicone, nitrile, fluoronated, butyl etc.

The technical team at Lawrence Industries along with the support from the Princi...   
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Rubber is available in several different forms from standard natural to high performance synthetic, the latter being the main area of interest for Lawrence Industries.

We have a limited range of additives that can be added to enhance the physical and chemical properties of rubbers including versions of silicone, nitrile, fluoronated, butyl etc.

The technical team at Lawrence Industries along with the support from the Principals we represent can assist with selection of additive samples to enhance either physical and chemical performance of the rubber.

  • Silicone Rubber - fumed silica, fumed metal oxides, special effect pigments, metallic pigments, organo titanates, silica flour, cristobalite flour, aluminium hydroxide (silane coated).
  • Synthetic Rubber - including nitrile, fluoronated, butyl, EPDM, SBR etc, precipitated silica, minerals including mica, wollastonite (basic and silane coated), cristobalite flour, PTFE powder, zeolites.
  • Polyurethane Elastomers - fumed silica, PTFE powder, special effect pigments, metallic pigments.


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All these can be used in Rubber