fluororubber

Air Water Develops Highly Heat-Resistant FKM O-Ring

Air Water Inc. (TYO:4088) has developed a highly heat-resistant new O-ring using general-purpose fluororubber (FKM). This was achieved via efforts from subsidiary Air Water Mach Inc., which produces and and sells O-rings in addition to other sealing products. The new product combines fluororubber with Zeonano SG101, a series of single-walled carbon nanotubes that Zeon Corp. (TYO:4205) produces via the super-growth...

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Mitsufuku Industry’s Compound Business for Specialty Rubber Shows Strong Profit Growth

Carbon masterbatch (CMB) manufacturer Mitsufuku Industry Co. Ltd. has seen its profit grow steadily, despite unchanging sales. Mitsufuku Industry’s fluororubber business has shown a solid performance on the back of annually growing demand for fluororubber triggered by downsizing of engines and other trends. The company is focusing on launching its fourth factory in Fukushima Prefecture to finalize compounds for olefin-based...

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Zeon Develops New TIM Sheet With CNT–Rubber Composite

Zeon Corp. (TYO:4205) and the New Energy Industrial Development Organization (NEDO) have successfully developed a thermal interface material (TIM). Made of high-performance sheets, the product’s sheet form features double the heat dispersion of similar products to date. The company will be investing several hundred million yen to construct a new pilot plant within the Ibaraki Factory building of subsidiary Zeon...

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New Synthetic Fluororubber Is Highly Environment-Resistant

NEDO has announced a new synthetic fluororubber material with the world’s highest level of resistance to environmental stress factors. Made by attaching single-wall carbon nanotubes to fluororubber, the material promises to achieve heat resistance on a par with perfluoroelastomer at much lower cost.

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