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Pale Crepe

Pale Crepe 

Ground lumps are the main raw material for processing brown crepe (BC). This product is one of the processed rubber products that are included in conventional types of natural rubber. In general, the classification of natural rubber types consisted of eight groups, that is rubber, conventional natural rubber, concentrated latex, block rubber, crumb rubber, tyre rubber, and reclaimed rubber.

Furthermore, some products including conventional natural rubber in addition to brown crepe, ribbed smoked sheet (RSS), white or pale crepe, brown crepe estate, and brown crepe compo. In the research location, Brown Crepe produced is using the main raw material of soil lump.

Multindo Company In the processing of pale crepe, lumps of soil are soaked in advance so that the material is more soft and easy to process at the time of enumeration and milling. Before the production process is carried out, the raw materials are first sorted from items mixed with raw materials such as plastic sacks, twigs, or other impurities. The process of milling raw materials (soil lumps, reject lumps, or tatal) is done using a machine called mangal