Sulfur is one of the most common vulcanising agents for unsaturated polymers. Soluble rhombic sulfur and insoluble sulfur both are powders that can cause dust spark (or explosion) that’s why they are usually oil-coated from 2% to 20% oil. Insoluble sulfur made by experts helps completely eradicate these hazards.

Insoluble sulfur is the most prominent product used in tyre manufacturing. It is also used in athletic footwear compounding to avoid sulfur blooming in the final products, mixes, and molding blanks. Eliminating bloom is very important other it not only causes the compound to lose track for built-up, but it can also lead to the “unjoints.”