Method of producing rubber mix

FIELD: process engineering.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to non-polluting method of producing rubber mix to be used in production of tires and general mechanical rubber goods. Proposed method comprises preliminary multistep processing of one or several ingredients selected from curing activator and cross-linking accelerator by ledges of the disc or discs inside percussion-type activator at 1000-10000 rpm. Then, they are added to the mix by appropriate mixers.

EFFECT: increased induction period at curing rate in primary period, late overcure, lower curing temperature, hence, lower costs.

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The invention can be used in tire and rubber industry for more cheap and environmentally friendly products.

Known methods of preparation of the rubber mixtures is a mixture of rubber with the ingredients in the enclosed rubber periodic action [Phew, Aesome, Amochaev. The common technology of rubber. - M.: Chemistry, 1978, str-340] or continuous machines [Phew, Aesome, Amochaev. The common technology of rubber. - M.: Chemistry, 1978, str-342].

The closest is a method for preparing rubber compounds in the mill [Phew, Aesome, Amochaev. The common technology of rubber. - M.: Chemistry, 1978, str-325]. For this purpose, rubber and other ingredients load on the rolls rolls, which rotate in the direction of the gap between them. In the gap and in the layer of rubber over the gap is a mixture of ingredients with a rubber. Each of the input ingredients has its value. This ingredients can facilitate the preparation of rubber mixtures and improving its technological properties (processing AIDS); ingredients that affect vulcanization characteristics of rubber compounds (inhibitors of podocarpaceae, activators and accelerators of vulcanization, crosslinking agents), ingredients, performance rubber products (antioxidants, n is the fillers, adhesion promoters and the like). Thus, in the formulation of some parts of automobile tires, the number of ingredients in the rubber compound can be up to 12÷15, and the total mass they can be up to 80% by weight of rubber (rubber), in which they are entered. Some of these ingredients are very expensive and environmentally unsafe. So, vulcanization accelerators are potentially dangerous substances capable at elevated temperatures of vulcanization to turn into nitrosamines, which are carcinogens [Frolkova VG Sources of carcinogenic and toxic substances in the tire industry / Vgeraskov, Semkovo, MSA // Space. - 2000. No. 3. - p.65-74]. Zinc oxide, which a vulcanization activator, and typed in all recipes tire rubber at a dosage of at least 5% by weight of the rubber, when released into the soil and water poisoning them, and for this reason its use in rubber mixtures in Europe are legally limited. For this reason, a reduced dosage of this ingredient in the rubber compound is very important.

The disadvantages of the known method of producing rubber mixtures can be attributed to the fact that the regulation of vulcanization characteristics is carried out primarily by replacing some of the ingredients on the other. So, if you want to increase the induction period of the moderator of podocarpaceae CFT is left anhydride must be replaced by very expensive and environmentally unsafe, santogard PVI. In order to achieve optimum vulcanization for a shorter period, you need to replace the accelerator of vulcanization on a more active, which often leads to the reduction of the time of induction period and ultimately leads to premature podocarpaceae rubber mixture, which leads to a sharp decrease in the quality of the finished product, or even to marriage.

One of the major disadvantages of the known method of producing rubber compounds is the presence of reversion (prevalently), coming with its vulcanization. This phenomenon is manifested in the deterioration, sometimes very sharp, the best complex of physical and mechanical properties achieved in the optimum vulcanization. The traditional way of dealing with the reversion is or the introduction of additional ingredients in the rubber compound or decrease in the temperature of vulcanization, which leads to performance degradation vulcanizing equipment (presses, curing presses, boilers and so on). The introduction of an additional ingredient in the rubber mixture increases its value.

The task of the invention is to increase the cohesive strength of the rubber mixtures, expressed in the increase of the minimum torque, the reduction in the dosage of the ingredients of the rubber, which will reduce the cost of finished rubber products and improve environmental the kind of situation in their manufacture and operation; lowering the temperature of vulcanization of the rubber to make rubber compound is more adaptable for increasing the rate of vulcanization, which is expressed in the reduction of time to achieve optimum vulcanization and the lengthening of the time of occurrence of reversion.

The proposed method for rubber mixture is pre-processed ingredients (ingredients) for different purposes with subsequent introduction of it (them) with mixing equipment.

Processing ingredients (ingredients) is to create a multiple impact on him (them) ledges drive (s), rotating (rotating) inside the unit shock activator type with speed 1000-10000 rpm.

The processing is carried out using the apparatus of the shock activator type [Ihint. UDA - technology: problems and prospects. - Tallinn: Valgus, 1981 - p.26], for example using a dual device with a different form of protrusions. When this powder ingredients (ingredients) is subjected to a rapidly alternating counter-strikes ledges discs rotating in the opposite direction. The General flow of the powder particles moves from the center of the discs, which are loaded ingredient (ingredient), to the periphery, where are unloaded.

The task is solved by the fact that robotany therefore ingredient (ingredients) is inserted into the rubber mixture.

The technical problem can be solved using any equipment for mixing of rubber periodic operation of rotary type, roller machines, rubber continuous screw type.

The technical problem can be solved when using the apparatus of the shock activator type.

The technical solution is illustrated by the following examples of specific performance.

Example 1. The vulcanization activator ZnO 5,0 mass 100 mass rubber SKI-3 was previously proantivirus by a single pass through the mill, which was subjected to mechanical shock tabs disks, rotating towards each other with the number of rotations of each 3000 rpm thus Treated ZnO was introduced in the mill in standard rubber mixture based rubber SKI-3 [Guide reinsta. - M.: Chemistry, 1971, p.33-40], and prepared rubber mixture was subjected rheometrical testing vibrometer "Monsanto-100" at a temperature of 143°C. Similar rheometrical test was subjected to a standard rubber compound, which was introduced conventional ZnO.

The result of pre-treatment (mechanical activation) ZnO was manifested in the increase in the minimum torque (ML) of 12%, the maximum torque (MH) is 7.4%, which indicates more in the high degree of vulcanization in comparison with the conventional rubber mixture.

Example 2. Similar to example 1, but instead of ZnO mechanical activation was subjected to sulfur ground. Effect of mechanical activation of sulfur was manifested in the growth of ML 10.5%, MN 5.3%, increasing the rate of vulcanization in the main period of 38%. Thus for more than a short time can be achieved a higher degree of vulcanization of rubber.

Example 3. Similar to example 1, but instead of ZnO mechanical activation was subjected to pre-cooked mechanical mixture of ZnO and accelerator of vulcanization of diphenylguanidine (FGD) in a mass ratio of ZnO: FGD = 5,0:3,0.

Mechanically activated mixture of ZnO: FGD was introduced into the rubber mixture in an amount calculated as the ZnO content of 5.0 mass. parts per 100 mass rubber SKI-3. Effect of mechanical activation was evident in the significant growth of ML 30.6%, MN by 53.1%. The rate of vulcanization in the main period increased to 2.22 times.

Example 4. Similar to example 3, except that the ratio of ZnO: FGD was 3:3, and the number entered in the rubber mixture mechanically activated mixture of ZnO: FGD was based 3,0 masses. part of the ZnO 100 mass rubber SKI-3.

The joint effect of mechanical activation ZnO: FGD in the ratio 3:3 and reduced to 3.0 mass dosage ZnO manifested in the growth of ML in 38.9%, MN by 72.3%, vulcanization rate of 9%. In comparison with example 3 improved another measure of vulcanization, and they are the NGOs: increased induction period, during which can be processed at elevated temperatures the rubber mixture without fear of occurrence of premature podocarpaceae. This indicator (ts1) rose from 1,10 minutes to 1.50 minutes, which is 36.4%.

Example 5. Similar to example 3, except that the number entered in the rubber mixture mechanically activated mixture of ZnO: FGD was based 1.88 masses. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3.

The joint effect of mechanical activation ZnO: FGD in the ratio 5:3 and reduced to a 1.88 mass dosage ZnO manifested in the growth of ML by 25.9%, MN 41.3, vulcanization rate of 110%. The reduced dosage of ZnO in the composition of the rubber mixture to 1.88 mass further increased the induction period of 1.10 to 2.50 min minutes, that is 127% or more than 2 times.

In example 4, and, especially, in example 5, a preliminary mechanical activation of a mixture of ZnO: FGD helped to significantly reduce the dosage of ZnO in rubber compounds, and thus in the finished product that not only reduces the cost of the rubber product, but also makes it more environmentally friendly.

Example 6. Example 6 same as example 3, except that the temperature of vulcanization of the rubber mixture was 143°C and 165°C. the Effect of mechanical activation of a mixture of ZnO: FGD showed a significant increase in the induction period of vulcanization with ts1=0,34 min for normal mixture to 0,86 mi is the rubber mixtures based on mechanically activated mixture of ZnO: FGD, that is, this fact suggests that this mixture can be obtained and processed under more intense modes in which there is a strong warm-up. It is very important for industry RTI, when the temperature of vulcanization of rubber compounds in injection molding machines can reach up to 160°C and above.

The positive effect of mechanical activation in this example 6 was evident in the growth of ML in 56% and MN 16%.

Example 7. Similar to example 1, instead of ZnO mechanical activation was subjected to a mixture of altaxe (A - auxiliary vulcanization accelerator) and FGD (primary vulcanization accelerator) in a mass ratio of 1:5. Mechanically activated mixture And: FGD was introduced into the rubber mixture in an amount based content FGD 3.0 masses. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3. The positive effect of mechanical activation is manifested in the growth of MN by 18.7%.

Example 8. Similar to example 1, but instead of ZnO mechanical activation was subjected to a mixture of altaxe, FGD and sulfur - vulcanizing agent) in a mass ratio of A: FGD: S = 1:5:1,67. Mechanically activated mixture And: FGD: S was introduced into the rubber mixture in an amount based content FGD 3.0 masses. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3. The positive effect of mechanical activation is manifested in the growth of ML 15.6%, and MN by 26.5%.

Example 9. The vulcanization accelerator Sulfenamid C (N-cyclohexyl-2-benzothiazolylsulfenamide is, SATS) in an amount of 0.7 wt. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3 was previously proantivirus by a single pass through the mill, which was subjected to mechanical shock tabs disks, rotating towards each other with the number of revolutions of 3000 rpm thus Treated SATS is entered on the rolls in rubber-based rubber SKI-3 [ASTM D3403. The magazine "Raw materials and technology of rubber industry": - 2007. No. 5. - p.75]. The temperature of vulcanization of the rubber mixture was 160°C. the Positive effect of mechanical activation SATS manifested in the growth of ML 52.6%, MN 28%. The magnitude of the induction period (ts1) grew by 42.3%.

Example 10. Similar to example 9, but the temperature vulcanization amounted to 143°C instead of 160°C. the Positive effect of mechanical activation SATS manifested in the growth of ML in 56%, MN 6%, ts140%.

Example 11. Similar to example 9, but instead of a vulcanization accelerator SATS was taken in the same amount of a vulcanization accelerator Sulfenamid T (N-tert-butyl-2-benzothiazolyl sulfenamid CAT). The positive effect of mechanical activation CAT manifested in the growth of ML in 44%, MN by 7.9%, ts1to 71.6 per cent. The time of occurrence of reversion reached 130 minutes instead of 24 minutes in conventional rubber compounds. The latter fact suggests the possibility of vulcanization large items (such as heavy-duty tires) during the long period of vulcanization without fear, that the outer layers tires prevulcanized and internal, on the contrary, neovolcanic.

Example 12. Similar to example 10, but instead SATS mechanical activation was subjected to a mechanical mixture of ZnO: SATS mass ratio of 5.0:0,7. Mechanically activated mixture of ZnO: SATS were introduced into the rubber mixture in an amount calculated as the ZnO content of 5.0 mass. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3. The positive effect of mechanical activation emerged in the growth induction period ts111.3%reduction in time achieve optimum vulcanization (t9012%.

Example 13. Similar to example 10, but instead SATS mechanical activation was subjected to a mechanical mixture of sulfur (S) and SATS in a mass ratio of 2.25:0,7. Mechanically activated mixture of sulfur S: SATS were introduced into the rubber mixture in the rate of sulfur 2.25 masses. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3. The positive effect of mechanical activation is manifested in the growth of ML in 56%, MN 6%, ts140%.

Example 14. Similar to example 9, but instead of SATS mechanical activation was subjected to a mechanical mixture of sulfur S, ZnO and SATS in a mass ratio of 2.25:5,0:0,7. Mechanically activated mixture was injected at the rate of sulfur 2.25 masses. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3. The positive effect of mechanical activation is manifested in the growth of ML in 39%, ts132%.

Example 15. Analogous to example , but instead of SATS mechanical activation was subjected to a mechanical mixture of sulfur, ZnO, SATS and moderator of podocarpaceae of santogard PVI (N-cyclohexylthiophthalimide) in a mass ratio of 2.25:5,0:0,7. Mechanically activated mixture was injected at the rate of sulfur 2.25 masses. parts per 100 mass. parts of rubber SKI-3. The positive effect of mechanical activation is manifested in the growth of ML 35%, MN 11.2%, ts19%.

Example 16. Similar to example 1 except that ZnO was processed in a disintegrator at a speed drives, 10,000 rpm Positive effect of mechanical activation was manifested in the increase in ML 13.8%, MN by 7.7%.

Example 17. Similar to example 1 except that ZnO was processed in the cage when the number of revolutions of the disk equal to 1000 rpm the Positive effect of mechanical activation was manifested in the increase in ML of 1.5%, MP 3.2%.

Example 18. Similar to example 1 except that ZnO was processed in the cage when the number of revolutions of the disk equal to 12000 rpm Positive effect of mechanical activation was not observed.

Example 19. Similar to example 1 except that ZnO was processed in the cage when the number of revolutions of the disk equal to 500 rpm Positive effect of mechanical activation was not observed.

The analysis of these examples leads to the following conclusions.

First, the preparation of rubber the mixtures according to the proposed method leads to growth (examples 1-8, 10, 15-17), sometimes very significant (examples 3, 4, 8) the degree of vulcanization (MN); induction period (ts1), which is important in the technology for massive rubber products (examples 4-6, 9-12, 13-15); the later the onset of reversion (example 11).

Secondly, the rubber mixtures based on mechanically activated ingredients have a greater rate of vulcanization in the main period (examples 2-5), which allows to achieve optimum vulcanization for a shorter period (example 12) and, in turn, improves the performance of the vulcanizing equipment. A higher rate of vulcanization of the rubber mixtures according to the present method also gives the opportunity to reduce the dosage of ingredients, which reduces the cost of the obtained rubber products and makes it more environmentally friendly (examples 4, 5)

Thirdly, the optimal number of revolutions of the drive cage is in the range 1000-10000 rpm (examples 1, 18-20).

A method of obtaining a rubber mixture comprising a preliminary multiple processing ingredient or ingredients of the rubber protrusions of the rotating disc or rotating discs inside the unit shock activator type and put in the mixture, characterized in that as subjected to preliminary processing of ingredients used one or more ingredients selected from AK is ivator vulcanization, cross-linking agent, vulcanization accelerator, vulcanization retarder, when this treatment is carried out with the speed of rotation of the disk or disks 1000-10000 rpm



 

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14 cl, 1 tbl, 26 ex

FIELD: technological processes.

SUBSTANCE: invention is related to the field of materials grinding, namely to devices for preparation of dispersed polymer material and may be used for grinding natural and synthetic polymer materials. Device for powder preparation from polymer material includes tightening chamber and grinding chamber in the form of cylindrical casings with loading and discharging openings. Inside the tightening chamber tightening auger is installed with spiral grooves on the surface. Depth of grooves is made as gradually reducing to the discharging opening. Tightening chamber casing is installed perpendicularly to the grinding chamber casing and is hermetically connected with its discharging opening to its inlet opening that is installed in the middle part of grinding chamber. In grinding chamber two milling rotors are installed, which are made with the possibility of ground polymer material movement from grinding chamber inlet opening to its discharging nozzles. Nozzles are installed in the opposite ends of grinding chamber. Between milling rotors tightening augers are installed coaxially with spiral grooves on their surfaces. Grinding chamber is equipped with cooling facilities.

EFFECT: increase of efficiency of process of powder production from polymer material and reduction of power inputs per production unit with preservation of high quality of grinding.

6 cl, 2 dwg, 1 tbl, 5 ex

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