SHROPSHIRE, England—Smithers Rapra Publishing released "The Science and Technology of Latex Dipping," a book that details manufacturers' processes in creating latex-dipped products, constraints faced and the problems to overcome to compete in the market.
The book describes in practical terms the raw materials used in modern latex dipping, how the materials are prepared for use and the actual processes employed to convert these materials into a finished product, according to a Smithers relase.
Some of the scientific principles involved in production procedures are described in simplified form. Advice is given on the reinforcement of dipped latex products, quality control, problem-solving and validation of manufacturing processes.
"The Science and Technology of Latex Dipping" is available from Smithers Rapra's Polymer Books or from Publications Sales, Smithers Rapra, Shawbury, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 4NR, United Kingdom. Email is [email protected]. The book costs $134.