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In recent years, the output of non-tire rubber products in China has increased significantly year by year, and the amount of rubber consumed has also increased. According to the China Rubber Industry Association, in 2007, China's non-tire rubber products output was: conveyor belt of 170 million square meters, an increase of 10.7% over the previous year; V belt 990 million A meters, an increase of 8.1% over the previous year; hose 550 million The standard meter increased by 7.5% over the previous year; the number of rubber shoes was 1.8 billion pairs, an increase of 13.1% over the previous year.
Taking the hose tape industry as an example, as the second largest rubber products industry in China, it accounts for a large proportion of non-tire rubber products. According to the calculation of the China Rubber Industry Association Pipeline Branch, the total consumption of the pipe belt industry in 2007 was about 173,000 tons. In the next few years, the demand for rubber hoses will continue to increase year by year. If calculated by 7% per year, China's conveyor belt production is expected to be 182 million square meters in 2008, V belt production is 1.285 billion A meters, and hose production is 560 million standard meters. It is estimated that in 2010, China's conveyor belt production will be 210 million square meters, V belt production will be 1.5 billion A meters, and hose production will be 640 million standard meters. Driven by the development of the automotive industry, China's automotive V-belts and special hoses will increase significantly. According to the estimation of the output of the three major tube belt products, the rubber consumption of the hose tape will be about 185,000 tons in 2008, of which about 100,000 tons of synthetic rubber will be consumed; in 2010, the amount of rubber consumed will reach 212,000 tons, of which synthetic rubber is consumed 11.2. Ten thousand tons.