OUR PRODUCTS

Centrifuged Latex Concentrate

This type of preserved latex concentrate has a minimum of 60% dry rubber content. It is produced by centrifuging field latex with a dry rubber content of 30 to 40%. We have both HA and LA types for supply.

We are giving below the analysis report of a sample from our stock

Sl No Parameters Test result
01 Dry Rubber Content % 60.10
02 Total Solid Content % 61.42
03 Non-Rubber solids % 01.32
04 Coagulum Content % 0.010
05 Sledge Content % 0.010
06 Alkalinity as Ammonia % 0.80
07 KOH Number 0.61
08 Mechanical Stability Time sec >1000
09 Volatile Fatty Acid Number 0.050
10 Copper Content % Trace
11 Manganese Content % Trace

But we will be supplying the material as per customer specification

TSR 10 :-

This grade of natural rubber is Technically Specified Block Rubber (TSR), equivalent to SMR 10, STR 10, SIR 10 etc in other rubber producing countries. In India this grade is called Indian Standard Natural Rubber 10 (ISNR 10)

TSR 10 or our ISNR 10 is produced from clean and fresh field coagulum or from un smoked sheets. It has good technological properties similar to those of RSS 2 and RSS 3 and has the advantage of lower viscosity and easier mixing characteristics.

We are giving below the analysis report of a few ISNR 10 samples from our stock

Sample details Dirt Content % Volatile Matter % Ash % Nitrogen % Initial Plasticity Po Plasticity Retention Index PRI
Grade ISNR 10
16E 0.08 0.32 0.61 0.38 36 68
17E 0.05 0.34 0.59 0.36 37 70
18E 0.06 0.32 0.61 0.39 36 69
19E 0.06 0.29 0.62 0.41 35 68

But we will be supplying the material as per customer specification

TSR 20 :-

This grade of natural rubber is Technically Specified Block Rubber (TSR), equivalent to SMR 20, STR 20, SIR 20 etc in other rubber producing countries. In India this grade is called Indian Standard Natural Rubber 20 (ISNR 20).

TSR 20 or our ISNR 20 is a large volume grade of TSR, produced mostly from field coagulum and or a blend of field coagulum with lower grades of RSS and or un smoked sheets. It has good processing characteristics and physical properties coupled with low viscosity and easier mixing characteristics.

We are giving below the analysis report of a few ISNR 20 samples from our stock

Sample details Dirt Content % Volatile Matter % Ash % Nitrogen % Initial Plasticity Po Plasticity Retention Index PRI
Grade ISNR 20
22B 0.11 0.34 0.65 0.39 35 62
23B 0.12 0.32 0.63 0.40 34 60
24B 0.12 0.32 0.64 0.39 35 61
25B 0.12 0.32 0.64 0.39 35 61

RSS 3:

This is the grade of Ribbed Smoked Sheer rubber where rust and dry mould on wrappers, bale surfaces and interior sheets, found at the time of delivery, will not be objected to, provided these conditions either singly or in combination do not exist to an objectionable extent on or in more than 10% of the number of bales included in the delivery, lot or tender as determined by the number of bales inspected. Slight blemishes in color, small bubbles and small specks of bark are permissible. The other parameters are the same as for RSS 2

Note- Appropriate quality certificate will be issued by us for every consignment.

RSS 4:

This is the grade of Ribbed Smoked Sheer rubber where rust, dry mould on wrappers, bale surfaces and interior sheets, found at time of delivery, will not be objected to provided these conditions, either singly or in combination, do not exist to an objectionable extent on or in more than 20% of the number of bales included in the delivery, lot or tender as determined by the number of bales inspected. Medium size bark particles, bubbles, translucent stains, slightly sticky and slightly over-smoked rubber are permissible, but these should not be evident to a marked degree. The other parameters are the same as for RSS 2 and RSS 3.

Note- Appropriate quality certificate will be issued by us for every consignment.

RSS 5:

This is the grade of Ribbed Smoked Sheer rubber where rust, dry mould on wrappers, bale surfaces and interior sheets, found at the time of delivery will not be objected to provided these conditions, either singly or in combination, do not exist to an objectionable extent on or in more than 30 % of the number of bales. Large bark particles, bubbles and small blisters, stains, over smoked, slightly sticky rubber and small blemishes are permissible provided they are not present to a marked degree. Slightly under cured rubber is also permissible but not weak, heated, burnt rubber, and those with oxidized spots or streaks. The rubber must be dry, firm, and free of blisters, except to the extent shown in the sample. Dirty packing, sand and all other foreign matter other than specified above are not permissible.