The use of neoprene

Neoprene is one of the most widely used man-made fabrics. This composite has a variety of super-desirable properties, so it can be used in a variety of other products, such as medical and space equipment.

Neoprene is synthetic, but both neoprene and natural foam rubber are polymers. The manufacturing idea of neoprene is to produce a substance that is similar to rubber, but actually has superior quality.Both are resistant to wear and heat to a certain extent, and neoprene is also resistant to grease and oil, has excellent heat resistance, and performs well in extreme temperatures and extreme environments. The benefit of natural rubber is that it is environmentally friendly and can be harvested from trees and then processed into rubber sheets.

The flexibility, stretchability and water resistance of neoprene materials make them useful in the medical field, especially in patient care. These same properties also make it an ideal material for wetsuits. The thicker the neoprene, the better the heat insulation, which means that deep sea wetsuits are usually made of 6-7 mm thick neoprene with a higher pressure on the rubber. In addition to this, neoprene is also resistant to grease, grease, solvents and heat, which means it is ideal for seals, hoses, washers and more. This was particularly useful during World War II. In fact, during the war, the public didn't even get neoprene scraps because the military claimed it was all for equipment.

Neoprene not only helps you dive to the bottom of the sea, but also has excellent ozone resistance and weather resistance. Because of these durability properties, the rubber can also be used in applications such as landfill linings and corrosion resistant coatings.

In recent years, neoprene fabric material has gained a place in the fashion industry due to its fit. Back in 2014, it was even hailed as "summer material" by fashion magazine Elle. As well as being used in clothing, trousers, skirts and tops, neoprene's scratch resistance and weather resistance also mean it is ideal for cold season outerwear. Lining can also be added to shoes, laptop and ipad cases to provide additional comfort and security.


Post time: 2024-01-22 10:15:37
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