Rubber Preservative - Product Background for Age-Master No.1® - Chem-Pro Inc.
Cross section of the tread area of a tire showing severe cracking that penetrates deep into unprotected rubber into the tire casing. The tread area treated with Age-Master No.1 has no cracking. Water entering beneath the tread through tiny cracks is heated to high temperatures as the tire rolls on pavement. This promotes the break down in adhesion between the tread and the tire casing, allowing the tread to peel off. Cracked, hardened rubber also makes tires less resistant to cuts and punctures.
Rubber Protection - Age-Master No.1® Product Background - Chem Pro Inc.
Aged Rubber Is Not Necessarily Old Rubber. Ultra violet (UV) light and airborne chemical pollutants generate ozone and cause rubber to deteriorate and age. Small surface cracks sometimes develop, commonly referred to as “dry rot.” But even before these warning signs appear, the harmful affects of aging occur. And new parts can be damaged before they are ever placed into service. Critical rubber components need protection to keep equipment in proper working condition. The Age-Master No.1 Advantage. Proven...