Rubber-based products for sale online in Zambia

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Rubber-based Products

Rubber stamps, shoes, rubber bands, wetsuits for surfers, hoses, and more

Rubber is a super-stretchy material that finds its way into tens of thousands of different products. There are many different kinds of rubber, but they all fall into two broad types: natural rubber (latex-grown from plants) and synthetic rubber (made artificially in a chemical plant or laboratory). The fact that rubber can be made either soft or hard greatly increases the range of things we can use it for. Examples of rubber products include rubber bands, bathtub plugs, doorstops, earplugs, aquarium tubing, faucet washers, rug backings and hot water bottles. Browse through this category for various rubber products available in Zambian stores.

Art, School and Office Products

  • Pencil erasers.
  • Gum erasers.
  • Rubber bands.
  • Ink brayers for printmaking.
  • Rubber finger grips.

About 70 per cent of natural latex is used for tires. Other products made of natural rubber are e.g. mattresses, condoms, shoe soles, hot water bottles, balloons, rubber boots and seal rings.

Uses of rubber

  • Erasing mistakes. It is very easy to imagine, as we know what is eraser from school times.
  • Prevent browning. Have you ever faced such problem as that awful brown color of a fruit or vegetables.
  • Portion control.
  • Tying up loose ends.
  • Lid gripper.
  • Drink marker.
  • Anti-slipping.
  • In case you are a book worm.

Natural rubber is an essential raw material used in the creation of more than 40,000 products.

An example of rubber is the original material used for car tires. An elastic material prepared from the milky sap of certain tropical plants, especially the tree Hevea brasiliensis. Rubber is a polymer that is used, after processing, in a great variety of products, including electric insulation and tires.

Rubber in everyday life.

  • Rubber bands.
  • Car / bike tires.
  • Rubber gloves.
  • Footwear.
  • Cookware.

Rubber stamps, shoes, rubber bands, wetsuits for surfers, hoses, and a plethora of industrial products are all made from rubber.

It is mostly used in manufacturing products such as tires, crap tubes, adhesives, hoses, gaskets, and roll coverings. The rising demand from the automotive industry for tire and non-tire applications is one of the key rubber market trends.

Both these compounds are polymer materials. They have unique properties depending on their chemical structures. The main difference between plastic and rubber is that plastic is essentially a synthetic polymer whereas rubber can be found as a natural polymer or can be produced as a synthetic polymer

Other household rubber items include boots, raincoats, pond liners, mattresses and cushions, pillows, grips on garden tools, bathtub plugs, doorstops, earplugs, hot water bottles, aquarium tubing, faucet washers and rug backings.

Although rubber is the main material used in tires, there are many others. Some tires are composed of as many as 200 different raw materials, which are combined with rubber compounds to create the various components of a tire's construction.

Today, thanks to innovations in manufacturing, scrap tire rubber is used to make new tires, playground surfaces, equestrian mats, and rubberized asphalt—among other products.

World demand for rubber is forecast to increases 3.9 percent annually to 31.7 million metric tons in 2019. The share of tire and nontire applications will remain steady, as will the balance between synthetic and natural rubber. The Asia/Pacific region will be the largest and fastest growing market.

Thailand is the world's largest rubber producing country with over 4.3 million metric tons rubber production per annual, representing nearly 36% of the world's total natural rubber production.