At ground level, ozone is a pollutant. Ozone increases the acidity of carbon black surfaces and causes reactions to take place within the molecular structure of the rubber. This results in surface cracking and a decrease in tensile strength. The same consequences apply to exposure to ultraviolet light and are referred to as ‘UV degradation’. Mandatory ozone resistance testing to EN/ISO 1431 international standards has long been an important part of our routine quality testing processes. Thanks to the special additives used in our rubber compounds, all Dunlop belts are resistant to the effects of ozone and UV.
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INDOOR TUG OF WAR COMPETITION MATTING – TWIF Approved Dunlomat rubber matting is exclusively made…
Application areas There are two chevron height sizes to choose from – 16mm (low chevron)…
Dunlop Ultima can be bonded to most surfaces using the majority of good quality cold bonding systems available in the market. In applications where Ultima with an adhesive layer (AL) is used there is no need for time consuming grinding prior to bond.