The chlorinated rubber can be stably dissolved in an organic solvent such as toluene, xylene, chlorinated hydrocarbon or ketoester to form a colorless or yellow transparent solution. Chlorinated rubber film can prevent the penetration of water vapor and oxygen, has excellent weather resistance, wear resistance, water resistance, mildew resistance and flame retardancy; is widely used in the manufacture of marine paint, container paint, anti-rust paint, fire protection Paint, swimming pool paint, printing inks, adhesives, architectural coatings, and paper and fabric coatings.
Chlorinated rubber is mainly divided into different types according to the relative molecular mass or viscosity. Low viscosity products (5 mPa•S) are mainly used for ink additives; medium viscosity products (10-20 mPa•S) are mainly used for formulating coatings; Viscosity products (20-50 mPa•S) are mainly used in the manufacture of adhesives.
Chlorinated rubber-based coatings are abrasion resistant, quick-drying, and stand out on concrete and asphalt. They have excellent adhesion properties and withstand the use of chemicals and abrasives used in snowy days and on the ground with thin layers of ice. On the other hand, chlorinated rubber does not burn due to the chlorine content, so it is a valuable raw material for the manufacture of fireproof and anticorrosive paints.