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NATURAL RUBBER PRODUCER AND EXPORTER

We are Natural Rubber Producer and exporter of Standard Indonesia Rubber, located in the centre plant of Natural Rubber Plantation in Indonesia. It used in the tyres and general industrial rubber products. If you have any requirements pls contact with me freely.

Variety Standard Indonesia Natural Rubber Product including types and grades :

1. Latex Concentraded 60% DRC   [ Dry Rubber Content ] [ Available Grades : HA and LA ]

2. Ribbed Smoked Sheet   [ Available Grades : RSS1, RSS2, RSS3, RSS4 and RSS5 ]

3. Standard Indonesia Rubber   [ Available Grades : SIR 3L,  SIR 10,  SIR 20 ]

Indonesia, one of the biggest natural rubber plantation in the world and Natural rubber product from Indonesia so that can to make rubber product have a certain quality and top quality International natural rubber standard grade and request.

Indonesia natural rubber producers has long history in rubber product and tire makers. Many global companies has invested and continue to grow in Indonesia. Goodyear, Michelin, Bridgestone, Achilles, Dunlop, has settled their plan to capture both domestic and international markets.

TSR    : [ Technical Specifications Rubber ]

SIR      : [ Standard Indonesian Rubber is Technical specifications originated from Indonesia ]

 

Similar Grade Natural Rubber TSR from other country :

SIR        : Standard Indonesia Rubber from Indonesia

SMR      : Standard Malaysia Rubber from Malaysia.

STR       : Standard Thai Rubber from Thailand.

SVR       : Standard Vietnam Rubber from Vietnam.

The move away from visual grading to technical specifications originated in Indonesia in the 1960s with the "Standard Indonesian Rubber" ( SIR ) scheme. This prompted producersin other countries (notably, Malaysiaand Thailand)to develop similar technical specifications for grades."Technically Specified Rubbers" (TSR) - that is, rubbers graded on the basis oftechnical parameters - now account for the bulk of traded rubber. Standardisedinternational contracts for such rubber were first adopted by the InternationalRubber Association at its inaugural meeting on 24 September 1971. 

 

Standard Indonesian Rubber Scheme

Mandatory from SNI-06 – 1903 – 1999 – REV 1990

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