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cold rubber

n.
A durable strong synthetic rubber polymerized at low temperatures, especially a copolymer of butadiene and styrene formed by this process.
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cold rubber

n
(Elements & Compounds) synthetic rubber made at low temperatures (about 5°C). It is stronger than that made at higher temperatures and is used for car tyres
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Noun1.cold rubber - a rubber made at low temperatures (5 degrees Centigrade) which is tougher than conventional rubber and is often used in car tires
caoutchouc, gum elastic, India rubber, natural rubber, rubber - an elastic material obtained from the latex sap of trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus) that can be vulcanized and finished into a variety of products
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Using a single screw extruder for feeding hot or cold rubber compounds ensures a continuous rubber flow through the inlet of the gear pump.
Coming out of turn two and inside the braking zone of turn three, Turney, on cold rubber, was clipped by DeMattia.
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In subsequent chapters Morris offers a superb analysis of synthetic rubber's scientific development by focusing on the various methods and products, such as the original GR-S formula, a cold rubber method that reduced processing temperatures, and a heat-resistant synthetic rubber for truck tires, which succeeded only after the rubber program ended.