Mild Extracted Solvate (MES)

Mild Extracted Solvate (MES) Definition

Mild Extracted Solvate (MES) is used to improve the processability of rubber compounds or to increase the bulk of rubber in order to lower cost.  They can can be broadly classified into three basic groups namely, paraffinics, napthenics and aromatics.  They are used in a large variety of finished products in the chemical and manufacturing industries.

MES is environment friendly rubber oil. It shows that rubber compounds are containing low pca oils including MES, TDAE, and heavy naphthenic oils is better than DAE since comprise higher amounts of high styrene SBR and still reach a comparable compound TG which will guarantee that the compound will still work effectively at lower temperatures such as encountered in the service life of a passenger tire.

Huei Jie Oil supplies a wide range of high quality MES as we recognize the crucial role that MES plays in your products and operations.
This environment friendly process oil is typically used as plasticiser, extender and general processing aid for natural and synthetic rubbers and other polymers. It also has enhanced solvency properties in comparison with the other paraffinic process oils with similar viscosity.


  1. Tyre Manufacturing
  2. Tyre Retreading
  3. Belt Manufacturing and Belting
  4. Moulding
  5. Extruding tubing and hoses
  6. Fertilizers

Mild Extracted Solvate (MES) CHARACTERISTICS

Flash Point 929 KG/M3/td ASTM D-92
Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 •c 230
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ASTM D-445
Color 14.2 est ASTM C-1500
Refractive Index Nd70 7.5 . ASTM D-2159
Pour Point 1.4948   ASTM D-97
Aniline Point, 3
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ASTM D-611
PCA ‘ 86
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Sulphur Content 2.9 %wt ASTM D-2622
Acidity 2 %m ASTM D-974
VGC 0.106 mg KOH/g ASTM D-25011


MES rubber process oil is packed in new or used 180 kg drums , iso tank , flexi tanks and bulk shipments. Each 20 foot container takes 80 drum .