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  • The Differences Between Latex and Natural Rubber
    The Hygenic Corporation is one of the only manufacturers of both "natural rubber latex" and "natural rubber" products. Many people don't realize that there is a difference between "latex", "natural rubber latex" and "natural rubber".
  • Cleaning Ceramic Latex Molds
    Ceramic molds, widely-used in the rubber industry, necessitate special methods to assure proper cleaning. The tough soils involved - baked on carbonaceous soils of rubber, latex, and release agents - must be removed completely or they can interfere with forming and releasing of product
  • Medical Device Link . Soft and Elastic TPE Provides an Alternative to Latex Process Microfuses Radiopaque Markers to Intravenous Devices Adhesive Coating Technology Solves Packaging Problems
    Teknor Apex Co. (Pawtucket, RI) has introduced a soft and elastic thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) that provides a low-cost, nonallergenic alternative to latex rubber. Beyond latex replacement, Tekron 96-E0807A-03NT opens new design possibilities because it can be easily overmolded onto other
  • Non-Oil Resistant Rubbers
    . Naturally occurring latex is a dispersion of rubber in an aqueous serum containing various inorganic and organic substances. The rubber precipitated out of this solution can be characterized as a coherent elastic solid. All other rubbers should be measured against natural rubber. For centuries
  • Oil-Resistant Rubbers
    and curtain-wall panels, and flashing and roofing. Neoprene latex is used for adhesives, dip-coated goods, and cellular cushioning jackets. (CM; DE): This family of elastomers is produced by the random chlorination of high-density polyethylene. Because of the high degree of chemical saturation
  • Thermoset Rubbers on the Rebound
    Natural elastomers have more than 3,500 years of product design history. Ancient Olmec people, in what is now Mexico, collected the milky latex from rubber trees and processed it to create the first thermoset rubber sports ball. Millennia later, the harvest of natural. rubber largely remains
  • How to Choose the Best Rubber Solution for Your Application
    As one of the only manufacturers of natural rubber latex, synthetic rubber, and thermoplastic products, The Hygenic Corporation has the expertise to deliver custom formulations produced to exceptionally tight tolerances. Each of Hygenic's rubber materials offers distinct advantages and differences
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    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry As the industry is moving away from latex products, could you please advise on a material preferably injection- moldable plastic to serve as a substitute for rubber in injection sites and ports. Where can I get this material? In this question the phrases

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  • Latex Intolerance: Basic Science, Epidemiology, and Clinical Management
    Hamilton, R.G. and Adkinson F., Natural rubber latex skin testing reagents: Safety and diagnostic accuracy of nonammoniated latex, ammoniated latex and latex rubber glove extracts, J. Allergy Clin.
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    Chem. AB] Chem. Descrip.: PEG-50 stearamine CAS 26635-92-7 Uses: Emulsifier, dispersant for textile processing, cosmetics; anticoagulant for latex rubber Properties: Wh. paste to solid; sol. in acetone, IPA, CCl4, benzene, water;
  • Handbook of Paper and Pulp Chemicals
    ...5; 49-51% solids Storage: Store in tightly closed containers; protect from freezing; stir before use Octowax 437 [Tiarco] Chem. Descrip.: Blend of microcrystalline wax and paraffin wax Uses: Processing aid in latex foams; antiozonant in latex rubber ; for use in paper...
  • Kanerva's Occupational Dermatology
    ...dentifrices Deodorizers Disinfectants Dry cleaning materials Embalming fluids Explosives manufacture Filling agents (stopping, putty, etc) Fish meal industry Flame retardant Flooring materials Footwear (resins and plastics) Fumigants Hardeners Hydrocarbons (e.g., oil) Impregnating agents Laboratory chemicals Latex rubber Medications: wart remedies, anhydrotics...
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    CAS 1314-13-2; EINECS/ELINCS 215-222-5 Uses: Pigment, vulcanizing agent in latex emulsion compds., latex rubber ; food-contact adhesives, resinous/polymeric coatings, paper/paperboard, closures with sealing gaskets for food containers, polysulfide polymer-polyepoxy resins, rubber; defoamer in food-contact paper/paperboard Regulatory...
  • Asthma in the Workplace
    Severe anaphylactic reaction to latex rubber surgical gloves.
  • Protective Gloves for Occupational Use
    Sunlight can cause the latex rubber glove surface to resinify.
  • On the response of rubbers at high strain rates.
    Free Retraction by Pure Shock in Latex Rubber ........................................................