Bromobutyl is a derivative of the halobutyl family, which is structurally similar to chlorobutyl rubber and produced through the same halogenation process: Brominated to Chlorinated. By using the brominated process allows the same workability in the lining as a chlorobutyl. As well with the brominated process these linings have the key ingredient “Exxon Mobile 2255”. The Exxon Mobile 2255 Bromobutyl polymer will exhibit stronger physical characteristics over other Bromobutyl polymer linings. The RS-5610 / RS-B55 are both “pure” in polymer content, which means there is no other polymer in the formulation: The Exxon Mobile 2255 bromobutyl polymer is 55% of the formula.
RS-B60 Pre Cured Black Bromobutyl made from bromobutyl polymer. It combines the properties of good heat resistance, and very good resistance to corrosive acids and alkalies, while still retaining a moderate abrasion resistance. It has excellent resistance to ozone and outdoor weathering effects, and [...]