• HIGHER QUALITY

  • LOWER MATERIAL COST

  • HIGHER SUSTAINABLE COST

RJP POWDER

RJP 200

Property Nominal Value Unit Testing Procedures
 Particle Size   Distribution

 0.2

mm

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Punto 5.5
 Umidity

0.7

%

ASTM D 1509-95 (2007)
 Content of metal   fibers

0.01

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex A
 Content of textile   fibers

< 0.001

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex B
 Other impurities   0.5

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Rubber  58.0

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Carbon   Black

30.7

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Content of Ashes

1.8

%

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Level of   Devulcanization

55-70

%

ASTM D 6814 – 02 (2013)
 Extraction with   acetone

5.4

%

 ASTM D 297 (2013)
 Density

1.21

g/cm3

 ASTM D297-93 (2006)

RJP POWDER

RJP 400

Property Nominal Value Unit Testing Procedures
 Particle Size   Distribution

 0.2

mm

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Punto 5.5
 Umidity

0.7

%

ASTM D 1509-95 (2007)
 Content of metal   fibers

0.01

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex A
 Content of textile   fibers

< 0.001

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex B
 Other impurities   0.5

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Rubber  58.0

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Carbon   Black

30.7

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Content of Ashes

1.8

%

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Level of   Devulcanization

55-70

%

ASTM D 6814 – 02 (2013)
 Extraction with   acetone

5.4

%

 ASTM D 297 (2013)
 Density

1.21

g/cm3

 ASTM D297-93 (2006)

RJP POWDER

RJP 800

Property Nominal Value Unit Testing Procedures 
 Particle Size   Distribution

 0.2

mm

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Punto 5.5
 Umidity

0.7

%

ASTM D 1509-95 (2007)
 Content of metal   fibers

0.01

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex A
 Content of textile   fibers

< 0.001

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex B
 Other impurities   0.5

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Rubber  58.0

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Carbon   Black

30.7

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Content of Ashes

1.8

%

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Level of   Devulcanization

55-70

%

ASTM D 6814 – 02 (2013)
 Extraction with   acetone

5.4

%

 ASTM D 297 (2013)
 Density

1.21

g/cm3

 ASTM D297-93 (2006)

RJG GRANULE

RJG 3300

Property Nominal Value  Unit Testing Procedures
 Particle Size   Distribution

1.1 – 3.3

mm

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Punto 5.5
 Umidity

0.7

%

ASTM D 1509-95 (2007)
 Content of metal   fibers

0.02

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex A
 Content of textile   fibers

< 0.001

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex B
 Other impurities 0.6

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Rubber 58.4

%

CEN TS 14243: 2010
Annex C
 Content of Rubber

27.9

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Content of Ashes

2.9

%

ASTM D 5603 (2008)
 Level of   Devulcanization

55-70

%

ASTM D 6814 – 02 (2013)
 Extraction with   acetone

5.4

%

 ASTM D 297 (2013)
 Density

1.19

g/cm3

 ASTM D297-93 (2006)

RJP™ & RJG™ PRODUCTS

The Powder RJP™ and the Granule RJG™ produced by RubberJet through the “High Pressure Water Jet” (H.P.W.J.) were born from the need to meet the Qualitative standards that the most demanding Customers in the sector of rubber compounds or applications require.

WHY USING RJP™ & RJG™?

Below are described the “unique” features and properties of our products:

RJP™ and RJG™ have “rough” surfaces that facilitate the insertion in the compounds making this product highly compatible with the NR matrix compared to products deriving from traditional technologies.

Below is a comparison figure between RubberJet powder, Cryogenic powder and Mechanical shredding powder. 

MECHANICAL
POWDER

WATERJET
POWDER

CRYOGENIC
POWDER

Chemical active product, not just as a filler

RJP™ and RJG™ have rough surfaces that facilitate the insertion in the compounds making this product highly compatible with the NR matrix compared to products deriving from traditional technologies.
The breaking load and tear strength improve if Powder/Granule from “H.P.W.J.” is incorporated into the NR matrix at levels up to 40 phr.
This proportion is higher than that relating to the granule resulting from traditional technologies which implies that the Powder/Granule obtained from H.P.W.J. has a greater activation of the surface due to rough surfaces and a favorable effect of devulcanization.

Economic & Sustainability Benefits

Thanks to the RJP ™ and RJG ™ products, the end customer is able to obtain ECONOMIC BENEFITS AND SUSTAINABILITY associated with the impact of CO2.