Rubber as a universal material rubber is a heavily destructible and elastic very resistant fabric. The main ingredient is rubber. This substance is extracted from the Kautschikbaum and was the best for the production of rubber. Rubber is versatile and nowadays hardly to think away from everyday life. Rubber rings are used, for example, as seals for valves o.a.

and one can find it everywhere. The rubber is processed using much pressure and heat to rubber. The result is a long rubber band which is then cut into pieces. A large part of the produced rubber ends up ultimately in Tyre production. Be there to handle different types of rubber and the different rubber bands are then pressed together to the tread of the tyre. Unfortunately, rubber is not unlimited can be, because rubber rings or erasers after some time become brittle and may break eventually. If the rubber is too old, it is no longer elastic and thus loses the characteristics of the material.

Rubber will soften under the influence of heat and finally liquid. In this manner, for example round shapes can be cast. Rubber is very resilient and flexible, but when a parent suspects the substance can tear or burst like the balloon. If the material is stretched such as during a long rubber band in the gym, it shrinks back after relieving on the output size. Rubber is a substance which is no longer indispensable in our industry. There are sealing our window or car tires, everywhere we find this material in the various versions. You could continue the uses for rubber in an endlessly long list here.