Metal free, Rubber Scrap for mat filler

Scrap rubber tubes & flaps from truck tires.

  • Wire free scrap rubber to make rubber crumb / ground rubber
  • Clean feedstock for rubber mats, synthetic rubber turf, playground, rubber tiles
  • Ships in whole form, used as feedstock for ground / crumb rubber powder
  • Used in rubber powder form as filler in rubber mats, to replace virgin polymer

 

Please contact us for quotes & availability.

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Uncured Butyl rubber sheets

Butyl IIR – Unvulcanized compound scrap for sale

Production excess, production waste rubber sheets of butyl rubber compound.

Example photos of butyl rubber strips. This is non-vulcanized / unvulcanized butyl rubber sheet compound with cure pack, collected from industrial butyl rubber parts manufacturing facility and some material is off-spec rubber sheets from compounding / mixing facility.

Production scrap rubber compounds in sheet / strip form with consistent properties.

 

Please contact us for buy or sell inquiries for butyl rubber. 


Unvulcanized Butyl rubber scrapUncured Butyl rubber sheets 1

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NR Cleanout scrap rubber sheets / slabs

No-Cure, production line clean out rubber scrap

Please contact us for pricing and availability. Product code: IGL

 

Un-cured. Sheet Rubber. Line change clean out scrap rubber 

Uncured, un-vulcanized and un-accelerated Natural Rubber sheets collected as scrap NR rubber. This is Non-Production clean out, without any carbon black mixed in, most of the black color from going through the line to clean up between different types of rubber.
Example composition of this uncured natural rubber sheets is Clay: 100 lbs, NR. : 80 lbs, SBR: 30 lbs, Plastisizer/ oil : 15 lbs Carbon Black or Curing agents are trace elements due to it being a cleaner, but materials is uncured / unvulcanized in mostly sheet form. This is not uncured natural rubber compound — it’s uncured natural rubber slabs without the cure pack.

 

This rubber stays un-cured for 4+ months and the NR uncured rubber sheets are tested by passing a screwdriver through to test softness of the natural rubber sheets.

Photos of uncured natural rubber sheets.

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