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Tyre & rubber oils knowledge tank
Good vibes for antivibration
Antivibration rubber made with naphthenic process oils showed promising results in a comparative study conducted at Nynas Rubber Compounding Lab.
Flashback to 2017 when Nynas did a real life tyre test, comparing Group I paraffinic base oil derivatives TDAE and RAE with naphthenic oils. As the base oil industry is increasingly moving away from Group I production, this test is more relevant than ever. The results showed that naphthenic oils are an excellent solution to formulate high performance tyre compounds – now with the extra benefit of future supply security.
A winning recipe for winter tyres
Offering excellent low temperature performance as winter tyre plasticisers, Nynas NYTEX® oils, including the new bio-based tyre oil NYTEX® BIO 6200, prove perfect for a growing, but demanding market.
Doing their homework
As a trusted supplier of rubber process oils, Nynas is committed to offering the best solution for any given rubber material regardless of the application.
Testing oils for TPE
Successfully marrying the properties of plastics and rubbers, thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) are used in everything from car dashboards to toothbrushes and the soles of our shoes. In a recent study, Nynas researchers were able to confirm the high performance of the company’s highly refined oils in TPE materials.
Reflections on the tyre market
Three industry experts share their insights.
Bio tyre oil brings added benefits
Nynas’ first bio-based tyre oil offers tyre manufacturers the opportunity to combine their sustainability targets with performance advantages.
Clearly perfect for rubber
NYTEX® 846 is a bright addition to Nynas’ offering of naphthenic rubber process oils, aimed at mitigating the phase-out of Group I manufacturing technology. Its versatility makes it the perfect choice for just about any rubber and tyre application.
Assisting an agent
Compatible with all sorts of rubber, naphthenic oil facilitates the dispersion of insoluble sulfur, the vulcanising agent used in the production of tyre rubber. Anna Eriksson explains how this helps improve the quality of the final rubber.
Elastomer to oil compatibility is the key to selecting plasticisers for rubber formulations. A major evaluation of mineral oils highlights the importance of polarity, and explains how Nynas is able to offer broad solutions.
Better tyre recipes
Multivariate analysis tools can help Nynas and its customers to optimise the formulation of tyre rubber compounds, Nynas researchers conclude after some initial tests.
Increased Sustainability: Tyre Rubbers with Raw Materials from Renewable Resources
Tyre industry’s strive to reach higher levels of sustainability has been gaining strength in the past recent years, which among other things is reflected in the explicit sustainability targets communicated from several producers. The solution is multifaceted, one of the routes to stand up to the challenge has been the introduction of alternative raw materials for the production of tyres.
Performance testing in real tyres
Nynas is stepping up its commitment to sustainability by bringing its tyre testing from the lab to the field – testing the performance of its biobased NYTEX® BIO 6200 oil in real tyres.
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Sustainability and performance of tyres: can they go together?
Join Nynas Rubber & Tyre experts to learn how our latest developments can help you reach your sustainability goals without compromises on performance. For a long time Nynas' world leading brand NYTEX® has been synonymous for high performance in tyre oils. Now, our new NYTEX® BIO 6200 adds the sustainability dimension with renewable feedstocks.Register with your business email