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Diene™

Polybutadiene For Plastics

Our Diene™ polybutadiene rubber has established a reputation as the synthetic rubber of choice to improve impact resistance of styrenic plastics.

HIPS (high impact polystyrene) and ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene terpolymer) are two widely used styrenic plastics that are modified with rubber.

Diene™ polybutadiene in bale form is designed for HIPS and ABS manufactured by the mass or bulk polymerization processes in which the rubber is dissolved in styrene. This graft polymerization process forms a tougher, more impact resistance plastic.

Important advantages provided by Diene™ include:

The requirements for a colorless low gel rubber modifier have gradually become more stringent. Firestone Polymers, through its close association with the HIPS industry, has been able to meet and exceed these demands and is committed to doing so in the future.

Diene™ Polybutadiene Rubbers -- Typical Properties of the basic grades available for styrenic applications
Click on a product number below to access the appropriate Technical Data Sheet.
OR Click on "MSDS" to access the MSDS for that material.

MSDS Form Mooney Viscosity
ML/4@212°F
Solution Viscosity,
cP5.43% in toluene
Bound
Styrene (%)
Melt Flow
FR-200/5.0
Diene™ 35AC10 MSDS Bale 38 90 -- --
Diene™ 40AC10 MSDS Bale 40 85 -- --
Diene™ 55AC10 MSDS Bale 52 162 -- --
Diene™ 70AC MSDS Bale 71 250 -- --

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You can rely on Firestone’s Diene™ polybutadiene for your plastics modification requirementscontact us now to learn more.



Stereon™ butadiene-styrene SB and SBS block copolymers – for grafting and melt blending plastic applications, as well as for non-woven hot melt adhesives, bookbinding adhesives, and roofing and paving asphalts.



Diene™ solution-polymerized polybutadiene rubber grades – for a variety of applications, including tires, mechanical rubber goods, and golf balls.



Duradene® solution-polymerized styrene- butadiene rubber, (SBR) – for performance tire compounds and extruded and molded rubber goods applications.

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