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India Rubber

1907

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Summary

In every case the article has been entirely re-written but I have to acknowledge the courtesy of the Editors of the India-rubber World the India-rubber Journal The Engineer Engineering The Electrician and the Eleetriml Review for their permission to republish. [...] Perusal of the following pages will make it abundantly clear that rubber goods are made in a variety of ways and in the majority of cases from a mixture of materials ; moreover the vulcanization is always one of the final processes in the manufacture and it is difficult to see the value of the proposal. [...] The fact that with the great rise in the price of the raw material there has been a steady increase in the volume of the business done in manufactured goods is eloquent testimony to the recognition of rubber as a necessity rather than a luxury. [...] While the Hevea of the Amazon swamps often attains a height of 120 feet and the Hancornia of 50 feet the bulk of the Landolphins of West Africa arc merely of the creeper or bane kind depending for their support upon other trees of the forest. [...] Although the rubber may be collected at any time of the year the best yield is obtained from the beginning of Setember to the beginning of February and the work is usually carried out at this season which is the period of greatest rainfall.

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Preface i-v unknown

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Chapter I. Introduction : Historical and General 1-12 unknown

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Chapter II. Production of Raw India-Rubber 13-63 unknown

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Chapter III. Chemical and Physical Properties of India-Rubber 64-81 unknown

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Chapter IV. Vulcanization 82-94 unknown

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Chapter V. India-Rubber Plantations 95-103 unknown

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Chapter VI. India-Rubber Substitutes 104-114 unknown

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Chapter VII. Reclaimed Rubber 115-126 unknown

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Chapter VIII. the Washing of Crude Rubber 127-134 unknown

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Chapter IX. The Compounding of India-Rubber 135-149 unknown

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Chapter X. India-Rubber Solvents and their Recovery 150-156 unknown

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Chapter XI. India-Rubber Solution 157-160 unknown

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Chapter XII. Fine Out Sheet and Articles Male Therefrom 161-170 unknown

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Chapter XIII. Elastic Thread 171-176 unknown

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Chapter XIV. The Manufacture of Mecilanical Goods 177-197 unknown

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Chapter XV. Sundry Rubberer Articles 198-212 unknown

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Chapter XVI. India Rubberer Proofed Textures 213-225 unknown

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Chapter XVII. India Rubberer Tyres 226-238 unknown

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Chapter XVIII. India Rubberer Bootes and Shoes 239-242 unknown

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Chapter XIX. Rubberer for Insulated Wires 243-248 unknown

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Chapter XX. Vulcanite 249-253 unknown

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Chapter XXI. Contracts for India-Rubber Goods 254-260 unknown

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Chapter XXII. The Testing of India-Rubber Goods 261-270 unknown

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Chapter XXIII. Gutta-Percha 271-280 unknown

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Chapter XXIV. Balata 281-288 unknown

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Bibliography 289-290 unknown

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Index 291-294 unknown

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Backmatter i-8 unknown

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Tags

agriculture environment

Pages
308
SARF Document ID
sarf.142505

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