What is Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR)

Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) is a synthetic rubber that is composed of styrene and butadiene. In synthetic rubber, the ratio of styrene and butadiene affects the characteristics of the polymer. So, if the amount of styrene is high, the rubber will be harder. It burns in the flame and continues to burn after removing the flame. This material is one of the cheapest synthetic elastomers that is sometimes used as a substitute for natural rubber (NR). Panorama Global Trade Bhd Sdn is one of the active Malaysian companies in the Petrochemical Special Economic Zone, which has made good progress in both production and development. Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) it is a specialized elastomer complex that is the raw material of the country’s rubber production and our strategy is to increase the production of elastomers as much as possible. The annual production project of 35,000 tons of Poly Butadiene Rubber (PBR) with Panorama Global Trade Bhd Sdn technical knowledge is underway, which later for some reason this capacity increased to 50,000 tons per year. The project is about 42% complete in the overall EPCC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning). Structural work with a progress of over 75% is in the final stages of work, Installation of fixed equipment is about 7 to 8% of the project activity and the rest of the equipment has been purchased and will enter the complex in the near future to continue the project.

The main difference between this project and other projects implemented in this company is that it is completely indigenous. This project has started and is ongoing, relying on internal technical knowledge. From technical knowledge to basic engineering and detail engineering, manufacturing and supply of equipment and installation; Until the operation, which is naturally done by the forces inside the company.

Panorama Global Trade Sdn Bhd is a completely private sector whose performance has always been growing. The company’s shareholders have a positive opinion on the continuation of the company’s development strategy, and the Petrochemical Special Economic Zone Organization will assist in this direction in accordance with its legal duties. If all goes well, at the end of 2021 we will see the launch of a 50,000 ton Polybutadiene Rubber (PBR) unit in Panorama . We offer same quality as Kumho (SBR 1502 and 1712) with competitive price . Styrene butadiene rubber or SBR is a material of the polystyrene family with a high elastic modulus and good resistance to compression at room temperature. SBR is a fairly hard material. SBR is a synthetic polymer that is used as a component of a wide variety of products, including vehicle tires, medical equipment, and sporting goods.

Malaysian styrene butadiene Rubber (SBR) timeline

Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) was first developed in Germany in the 1930s by IG Farben’s Walter Bock and Eduard Tschunkur, who deposited a compound rubber called Buna-S (derived from styrene and butadiene) in a water emulsion. The first soluble styrene butadiene rubber was periodically produced commercially in the 1960s by Firestone and Phillips. There are two types of styrene butadiene rubbers, each of which has different properties based on the production process. Styrene butadiene rubber emulsion (e-SBR) containing cold and hot types of this material . A type of styrene butadiene rubber solution also known as s-SBR. Rubber is the oldest of all synthetic materials, and has been widely used in a number of applications: most notably, in the manufacture of tires, especially car tires. The development of synthetic rubbers has led to the replacement of natural rubber with synthetic materials in a variety of products.  Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR) production by the South American Company is a story of technological innovation, industrial espionage, and a little-known ingredient in the space race. The History of Styrene butadiene rubber or SBR is a must read for anyone interested in the history of butadiene rubber. It is a very thin, flexible, and tough synthetic material that is the basis of modern day synthetic rubber.

Properties of Malaysian Styrene butadiene rubber without oil

Grades

Mooney  viscosity (ML1+4@100 C)

Bounded Styrene%

Stain

Application

TDS

SBR 1500

46-58

23.5

NS

Automobile tires, conveyor belts ,footwear cables, hosepipes and various technical rubber goods

Type 1

SBR 1502

46-58

23.5

NS

Automobile tires, floor covering ,bicycle tires, footwear, children toys cables rubber goods having light colour shades

Type 2

SBR 1507

30-40

23.5

NS

Sponge, industrial goods, rubberized fabric, toys and black products requiring good process ability

Type 3

Properties of Malaysian styrene butadiene rubber with oil

Grades

Mooney  viscosity (ML1+4@100 C)

Bounded Styrene%

Oil content

(phr)

Stain

Application

TDS

SBR 1712

42-52

23.5

37.5

NS

Automobile tires, conveyor belts ,footwear cables, hosepipes and various technical rubber goods

    Type 1

SBR 1705

46-56

23.5

37.5

NS

Automobile tires, floor covering ,bicycle tires, footwear, children toys cables rubber goods having light colour shades

    Type 2

SBR 1721

50-60

40

37.5

NS

Sponge, industrial goods, rubberized fabric, toys and black products requiring good process ability

    Type 3

SBR 1723

42-52

23.5

37.5

NS

Car tires, conveyor belts, shoe soles, cables and other rubber items

  Types 4

Our clients may receive these information’s for Malaysian Styrene butadiene Rubber (SBR). We have two types of data sheets for Malaysian Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR) one with and another one without oil extended this data’s are for with oil extended with the different grades for more for intention kindly for more update if it was available, you shall contact us to receive more details like price list for Malaysian Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR).

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