General description of MES (mild extracted solvate) MES is environment friendly rubber oil. It is shows that rubber compounds containing low pca oils including MES, TDAE, and heavy naphthenic oils is better than DAE since comprise higher amounts of high styrene SBR and still reach a comparable compound TG which will guarantee that the compound will …

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General description of RAE RAE aromatic rubber oil (residual aromatic extract, abbreviated as RAE) process for producing a refined, extracted and optionally de waxed process oil, which as a process step, the extraction of a bright stock extract (RAE) or a mixture of a bright stock extract Uses of RAE (residual aromatic extract) Residual aromatic …

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  General description of TRAE TRAE aromatic rubber oil (treated residual aromatic extract, abbreviated as TRAE) is environmental friendly fully aromatic extract oil from solvent extracting process of the residual vacuum distillation which contains polycyclic components (pac) .product contributing to both ease of processing and improved product performance in rubber industry. Using TRAE has some …

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Extract RPO

General description of Furfural extract This product is fully rich aromatic extract by-product from solvent extracting process to modify physical properties of the vulcanization and to reduce the cost of the finished product. This product has good elastomeric compatibility and low volatility.Furfural extract s are used during mixing of rubber compounds. Furfural extract  is an oil composition …

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General description of treated distillate aromatic extracted(TDAE) TDAE is a green rubber oil (natural friendly oil) with a high aromatic content, environmental protection, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic characteristics, can be used as a substitute for existing aromatic oil. This environment friendly process oil is used as a softening additive in the process of vulcanization of natural rubber and as a component of rubber …

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