Kneading, pulling, rolling, mixing, tearing – these are just some of the things we do on a daily basis in our testing center in Leverkusen. This is where we analyze rubber to ensure that it conforms precisely to our customers' individual specifications.
In all, we are a team of 40 people with different skills: chemists, physicists, mathematicians, plastics molders, engineers and plastics processors.
Our service starts by discussing and understanding your problem. We will help you make the most efficient use of both your research and our testing services.
Mixing procedures, processing of compounds, aging and swelling tests...chose from our numerous services. The exact prices can be found here.
“Green tires” reduce the fuel consumption of trucks by 8.5 percent and can save carrier and logistics companies several million euros a year. These quality tires, with optimized...
The Technical Rubber Products business unit (BU TRP) was split into two separate business units. Since January 1, 2013, Keltan Elastomers (core product ethylene-propylene-diene...
LANXESS is strengthening its position as a premium supplier to the tire industry. The specialty chemicals company’s wholly-owned subsidiary Rhein Chemie has acquired USA-based...
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The Fritzschis are made from the high-performance ethylene-propylene-diene (EPDM) synthetic rubber Keltan 9565Q and help joggers perform even better.
We would like to introduce you to our red and black rubber balls. The red ball bounce and the black one doesn't...why?