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.
"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.
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