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O-Ring 134.2 X 5.7 IIR80 Black O-ring Black134.2 mm x 5.7 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee54 icon
O-Ring 96 X 6 IIR80 Black O-ring Black96 mm x 6 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee52 icon
O-Ring 128 X 4.5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black128 mm x 4.5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee57 icon
Placeholder O-ring Black7.65 mm x 1.78 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee56 icon
O-Ring 8 X 1.5 IIR79 Black O-ring Black81 mm x 1.5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee57 icon
O-Ring 40 X 3 IIR80 Black O-ring Black40 mm x 3 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee55 icon
O-Ring 50 X 5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black50 mm x 5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee59 icon
Placeholder O-ring Black7 mm x 1.5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee50 icon
O-Ring 280 X 6 IIR80 Black O-ring Black280 mm x 6 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee59 icon
O-Ring 52 X 3 IIR80 Black O-ring Black52 mm x 3 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee53 icon
O-Ring 15 X 1.8 IIR80 Black O-ring Black15 mm x 1.8 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee58 icon
O-Ring 214 X 3 IIR80 Black O-ring Black214 mm x 3 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee59 icon
O-Ring 253.59 X 3.53 IIR79 Black O-ring Black253.59 mm x 3.53 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee60 icon
O-Ring 20 X 4.5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black20 mm x 4.5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee52 icon
O-Ring 175 X 4 IIR80 Black O-ring Black175 mm x 4 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee60 icon
O-Ring 38 X 4 IIR80 Black O-ring Black38 mm x 4 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee55 icon
O-Ring 750 X 4 IIR80 Black O-ring Black750 mm x 4 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee57 icon
O-Ring 280 X 10 IIR79 Black O-ring Black280 mm x 10 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee58 icon
O-Ring 36 X 2.5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black36 mm x 2.5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee54 icon
O-Ring 110 X 6 IIR80 Black O-ring Black110 mm x 6 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee52 icon
O-Ring 202.8 X 3.53 IIR80 Black O-ring Black202.8 mm x 3.53 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee53 icon
O-Ring 1.42x1.52 IIR - 70 Shore A - Black - ses-320272 O-ring Black1.42 mm x 1.52 mmIIR Butyl70 Shore ANee57 icon
O-Ring 215.27 X 6.99 IIR80 Black O-ring Black215.27 mm x 6.99 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee55 icon
O-Ring 400 X 4 IIR80 Black O-ring Black400 mm x 4 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee56 icon
O-Ring 70 X 5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black70 mm x 5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee52 icon
O-Ring 330 X 6 IIR80 Black O-ring Black330 mm x 6 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee54 icon
O-Ring 380.37 X 5.33 IIR80 Black O-ring Black380.37 mm x 5.33 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee57 icon
O-Ring 455 X 6 IIR80 Black O-ring Black455 mm x 6 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee57 icon
O-Ring 39 X 2 IIR80 Black O-ring Black39 mm x 2 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee52 icon
O-Ring 154.2 X 5.7 IIR80 Black O-ring Black154.2 mm x 5.7 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee58 icon
O-Ring 42 X 2.5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black42 mm x 2.5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee55 icon
O-Ring 75 X 5 IIR80 Black O-ring Black75 mm x 5 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee59 icon
O-Ring 360 X 4 IIR80 Black O-ring Black360 mm x 4 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee54 icon
Placeholder O-ring Black6 mm x 1 mmIIR Butyl80 Shore ANee51 icon

Butyl rubber, sometimes referred to simply as butyl, is a synthetic rubber, a copolymer of isobutylene and isoprene. The abbreviation IIR stands for isobutylene isoprene rubber.

Polyisobutene, also known as PIB or polyisobutene, is the homopolymer of isobutylene, or 2-methyl-1-propene, on which butyl rubber is based.

Butyl rubber is produced by polymerization of approximately 98% isobutylene with approximately 2% isoprene. Polyisobutylene is structurally similar to polypropylene, but it has two methyl groups that are substituted on each other carbon atom instead of one. Polyisobutylene is a colorless to slightly yellow visco-elastic material. It is generally odorless and tasteless, although it may have a slight characteristic odor.

After isobutylene and polyisobutylene were already discovered, it was later developed into butyl rubber in 1937 by researchers William J Sparks and Robert M Thomas in the Standard Oil of New Jersey laboratory in Linden, NJ. Today, most of the worldwide supply of butyl rubber is produced by two companies. Exxonmobil and Polymer Corporation.

In the 1950s and 1960s, halogenated butyl rubber (halobutyl) was developed, in the chlorinated (chlorobutyl) and brominated (bromobutyl) variants, with considerably higher curing speeds and covulcanization with other rubbers such as natural rubber and styrene-butadiene rubber. Halobutyl is today the most important material for the inner linings of tubeless tires.

Benefits IIR:
• Excellent low gas permeability
• Good flexibility
• Good electrical properties
• Good chemical resistance
• Good moisture resistance
• Good wear resistance
• It can function for a longer time at -50 degrees to +120 degrees
• It has good ozone and aging resistance
• Excellent air impermeability
• Good flex properties
• Is known for its high degree of gas tightness
• Good weather resistance
• Resistant to acids and alkalis oxidation sunlight

Downsides of IIR:
 - Cannot be used with mineral oils

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