ERJ staff report (LMH)
Hengelo, the Netherlands - Recently set up rubber reprocessing company DX Polymers has launched its website - www.dxpolymers.com
The company, which was founded in 2012, is based on a technology that is able to economically convert cured rubber scrap into a dry soluble compound of near-masterbatch quality that can readily be incorporated into the original feedstock.
DX Polymers said the technology is capable of continuously applying very high, controlled stresses to the material. The technology allows for a robust, continuous mechanical process, without chemicals or elevated temperatures. The process is economical, and works theoretically for every cross-linked polymer.
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Website from DX Polymers