Lusida Rubber: Producers of natural rubber

Lusida Rubber is a rubber manufacturing company headquartered at Pasadena, California. Majority of the plants are capable of generating latex, which is exuded after cutting the tree in the form of milky sap. The latex is produced from a special types of cells named ‘Laticifers’. The biological process of laticifers is that it is actually a dumping ground for various types of metabolic by-products. They are insoluble substances which contains traces of resins, phenolics, sugars and proteins.

Out of which some of them are elastic that include long-chain hydrocarbons. There are few latexes which are gathered for extracting the resins. Natural rubber is a solidified elastic latex that is produced from the latex of Hevea Brasiliensis. The native Americans, Aztecs discovered the elastic properties and water-proofing of certain plants that produces rubber.

Today, majority of the rubber production are extracted from rubber plantations located in South East Asia. The rubber are primarily used to produce tire. A natural rubber is believed to be produced from milk of a rubber tree. Few traces of petroleum is found in the case of a synthetic rubber. If you wish to convert a rubber to a sponge or a hard material, there are special chemicals which is added to form a desired shape. This distinctive properties of rubber makes it ideal to be used in a variety of applications.

During the eleventh century B.C., the inhabitants of South American took advantage of rubber to produce certain balls for sports.

Lusida Rubber aims at manufacturing only superior quality rubber catering to the needs and preferences of the customers.