chlorub is chemically unreactive and shows a high degree of impermeability to water and water vapour; its films are characterised by their excellent resistance to corrosive influences. These and other very valuable properties make Chlorinated Rubber important to the paint industry because it is superior in many respects to more conventional resins. It can be used as a sole resin or to upgrade formulations containing conventional types, such as alkyds. In the adhesives field chlorub has had a mark effect on the bonding properties of Polychloroprene and Nitrile-Rubber based adhesives. Water and flame resistant coatings can be provided for packing and textile industries. Chlorub is various viscosity grades. All are free flowing white powders that contain a small amount of stabilizer. All grades contain less than 0.5% w/w carbon tetra chloride(CTC).