Hard rubber concerns the material used for pen barrels, caps, and other parts of the pen. The rubber is derived from natural latex resin, vulcanized - boiled with sulfur or other reagents to form a solid, resilient, lightweight plastic-like material that can be machined into shape,

however, it can tarnish or dull with age and exposure. This hard rubber is also called vulcanite or ebonite.

-see also:
"Hard rubber" is in the HS Code "4017.00"
  - Hard rubber (for example, ebonite) in all forms, including waste and scrap; articles of hard rubber.

Ref: 120717/2006-10-01


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