What is Insoluble Sulfur
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Insoluble sulfur is the preferred curing agent in the majority of rubber industries. Insoluble sulfur can be kept in oil to reduce the risk of it converting. This allows for the incorporation of curing agents into rubber compounds. Naphthenic oils' effectiveness is enhanced by their ease of wetting the sulfur particles. This ensures that they are evenly distributed and have a higher level of stability.