What is Reprocessed Rubber?
Reprocessed rubber is developed in a technically sound environment using quality components and raw materials. Reprocessed rubber has essentially the same chemistry and very similar physical and performance properties as prime polymer in a rubber compound. The highest component of cost in a rubber compound is the rubber itself. Reprocessed rubber that is typically used in conjunction with prime product makes up 20% loading or replacement level. The result is a more cost-effective end product with little to no effect on performance.
Uses of Reprocessed Rubber — EEZEEBLEND® Range
Reprocessed Rubber — EEZEEBLEND® Range is used in asphalt, athletic surfacing, playground tiles, pavement, matting, shoes, apparel accessories, roofing, sidewalks, sound acoustics, concrete, industrial pads, ballistic tiles, retreaded tires, barriers, cultivation, and fuels.