PERSOL Represents: RPO (RUBBER PROCESS OIL)
One of the old expertise of our company lies in offering optimum quality RPO to our clients.
PERSOL is also recognized internationally for its focus on guarantying the quality of low and high viscosity RPO with arrangement of international inspectors to check the quality and quantity of the products during the loading.
The powerpoint of PERSOL is a well tie up with different producers of different qualities as well as fast and smooth logistics and documentation. So we supply different range of viscosity as well as different mode of packings.
Our procedure of customer satisfaction gives us the very close interaction with our valued clients. So we succeeded to have a market coverage in East Asia close to 20%.
What is RPO?
Rubber Process oil is produced by Crude oil distillation process obtained from the composition and chemical interactions and isolation material extracted called Raffinate.
The primary characteristics of RPO is the presence of the double bonded mix ring carbon structure. Aromatic extracts are suitably blended to meet stringent specifications with different viscosity.
Heavy RPO is dark in color and has good solvency with a viscosity of 30 to 50 and Light RPO has the viscosity of 20 to 30.
What is its Applications?
Rubber materials are wide employed in human life. The most typical usage of RPO is especially on tires, automotive provide trade, constructions and textiles.
The function of Rubber Process Oil is to improve physical properties of vulcanization to reduce the cost of the finished rubber compounds.
Rubber Process Oil is used throughout a mix of rubber compounds. These facilitate in rising the dispersion of fillers and flow characteristics of the compound throughout more process.
Heavy RPO is specifically developed for use as an extender oil in the manufacture of polystyrene butadiene rubber. It is compatible with the most rubber polymers and suitable for use in the manufacture of automobile rubber tires, belting, battery case etc.
Light RPO is easy to process during milling, mixing and extruding operations. It is also most economical and used where staining is not a problem and chiefly in tires and colored mechanical goods.