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— Mar 5, 2015

The origin of EPDM starts with its patent in 1967 by Everett T. McDonel, Brecksville, and Parviz Hamed, in Akron, Ohio. This type of synthetic rubber, ethylene propylene diene monomer, or simply referred to as EPDM rubber, has uses in many different applications. This is an M-Class rubber where the M refers to its classification in ASTM standard D-1418. EPDM has a wide variety of application in the rubber molding industry and molded or extruded at Stern Rubber Company.

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— Feb 26, 2015

Celebrating the Newest Addition to Our Rubber Company

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— Feb 19, 2015

Brook is our Assistant Controller at Stern Rubber and she has been here since 2008 for almost 7 years.

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— Feb 12, 2015

If oil resistance is a concern, than nitrile rubber is a good solution, this synthetic rubber is a copolymer of acrylonitrile (ACN) and Butadiene, and tends to have a resistance to oil, fuel and other chemicals.

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— Feb 5, 2015

Stern Rubber Company uses a rubber Rheometer to measure the viscoelastic properties of elastomeric and rubber compounds before, during and after curing.

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— Jan 29, 2015

Styrene-butadiene rubber is a mixture of two monomers, styrene and butadiene, and is a replacement for natural rubber.

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— Jan 22, 2015

Synthetic rubber origins begin back in 1879, when one form of synthetic rubber was created by a Frenchman Gustave Bouchardat.

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— Jan 15, 2015

Linda has been working for Stern Rubber Company since 1987 and has been with us for 27 years.

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