The rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensis, is a native of the Amazonian forest. Grown now in parts of Africa and Asia, it is one of the world’s most closely studied and carefully tended plants.
Natural rubber is elastic, flexible, airtight, watertight, long lasting and insulating, to mention just a few of its properties. The KLK Group produces rubber latex concentrate and block rubber.
EXCELTEX® natural rubber latex concentrate is available in six types. EXCELTEX® is the registered trademark for KLK’s rubber latex concentrate.
General Purpose EXCELTEX Types
This group consists of one ‘high’ and one ‘low’ ammonia type. Both conform to the respective standard grades listed in the International Standards Organisation (ISO) and Standards & Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM) Specifications for centrifuged, ammonia-preserved, natural latex concentrates.
Special Purpose EXCELTEX Types
This group consists of various special grades of latex concentrate developed to suit particular customer requirements.
EXCELTEX-DC (DOUBLE CENTRIFUGED)
Dry natural rubber graded on the basis of technical parameters is called Technically Specified Rubbers (TSR). The International Standards Organisation (“ISO”) first came out with the draft Technical Specifications for Natural Rubber in 1964. Based on these specifications, Malaysia introduced their Standard Malaysian Rubber (“SMR”) scheme in 1965.
The SMR grades produced by KLK are :
To view the standard specification and test results produced by KLK, click here.
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