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A Study on Surface Treatment for Rubber Materials with Low Friction Factor
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  • Journal title : Elastomers and Composites
  • Volume 51, Issue 1,  2016, pp.43-48
  • Publisher : The Rubber Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.7473/EC.2016.51.1.43
 Title & Authors
A Study on Surface Treatment for Rubber Materials with Low Friction Factor
Li, Xiang-Xu; Cho, Ur Ryong;
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 Abstract
Multi-Surface (MS) treatment is a new technique of surface treatment to reduce the static friction factor on the surface of rubber. MS treatments include 4 methods which names are MS-V (UV-irradiation on the rubber surface), MS-M (doing the chemical reaction with double bond of rubber), MS-Q (dilution of rubber surface by silicone surfactant), and MS-P (coating and heating of rubber surface). The experiment and test of every MS-treatment had been carried out using acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR), ethylene-propylene-diene rubber (EPDM), and chlorosulphonated rubber (CSM) as rubber materials. It had introduced the steps of every MS-treatment process and the result of the properties test. From the research, it was found that the best method was MS-V treatment because it suited all the samples and the effect was obviously.
 Keywords
NBR;EPDM;CSM;surface treatment;friction factor;
 Language
English
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