Lubricants for rubber industry
One of the products that is known in Iran as a strategic commodity is rubber. The rubber industry is therefore one of the most important industries in the country that is directly related to the petrochemical and automotive industries. Also, the possibility of exporting to the countries of the Middle East region is another reason for the justification of the establishment of this industry in Iran. The number of people employed in this industry is estimated to be over 16,000. Also, by examining the value chain of the automotive industry, we also recognize the important role of the rubber industry. Another industry that is directly involved with this industry is the transportation sector, where economic development depends on the importance of both of these.
In the field of tire evolution, it can be said that the process started with wood and metal tires, then in 1844 the tires were first used and the tire tread was added to it a little. Lattice tires came to the market many years later, which was less than expected. In 1888, Dunlop invented a wind turbine, and eventually the 1930s could be considered the decade of official use of modern tires. The tire structure with wool threads inside it was introduced in 1939, and then it came to wired and wired radial tires.
When it comes to speak about Lubricants for rubber industry, the rubber oils used in the rubber industry include:
– Good oxidation and thermal stability
– Applicable to EP elastomers
– Used in natural rubber and neoprene, benzene, xylene and …
The rubber oil products are manufactured by Mehrtash Sepahan Company under product brands RINGOL 200 SERIES and RINGOL 800 SERIES.