Isoprene rubber is a synthetic rubber produced using complex catalysts of stereospecific polymerization in solvents.

Isoprene rubber is highly resistant to fractures and abrasion. It has electroinsulating resistance. The operating temperature range of isoprene rubber is from −55 °C up to +80 °C.

СКИ-3/ IR SKI-3

Cis-isoprene synthetic rubber with a minimum content of 1,4-cis bonds to 96% is a product of isoprene polymerization in solution in the presence of catalyst based on titanium compounds. It contains staining antioxidant.

Properties
Release form
bale of light gray to dark brown color; weight of a bale 30 ± 1 kg
Container
plywood 1,26 MT, metal container MB-5 1,26 MT or plastic container 0,54 MT
Storage conditions
below 30 °C, in place protected from direct sunlight and atmospheric precipitation.
Shelf life
two (2) years from the date of manufacturing
Transportation
by truck or container
Applications
  • Tire production: tread
  • Tire production: breaker
  • Tire production: sidewall
  • Hoses (hose products)
  • Cable insulation
  • Tire production: carcass
  • Conveyor belts
  • Driving belts
Manufacturers
  • SIBUR Togliatti LLC (Russia)
Documentation
СКИ-3С / IR SKI-3 NST

Synthetic rubber IR SKI-3 NST is essentially a product of isoprene polymerization in solution in the presence of catalyst on the basis of titanium compounds and stabilized with light antioxidant.

Properties
Release form
Bales of light color with a slight shade of yellow or gray color
Container
Corrugated containers on wooden pallet (540 kg net weight) or plastic containers (540 kg net weight)
Storage conditions
IR rubber is kept indoors at maximal temperature +30 ºС. In storage rubber shall be protected from dirt, direct sun rays and atmospheric precipitation.
Shelf life
1 year after the manufacture date
Transportation
Transportation by any mode of transport.
Applications
  • Medical products
  • Consumer products
  • Conveyor belts
  • Footwear production
  • Colored industrial rubber products
Manufacturers
  • Tolyattykauchuk LLC
Documentation