1965-02-01

Properties of a Propylene Oxide Rubber 650152

The properties of a new rubber derived from propylene oxide and an unsaturated epoxide are described in detail. Exceptional low temperature flexibility, excellent ozone resistance, and moderate oil resistance are combined in this rubber with good heat resistance and flex fatigue resistance. Potential applications include motor mounts, body mounts, windshield wiper blades, boots, hose and tubing, and various suspension system parts.

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