Butyl elastomer, commonly known as butyl rubber, is basically a synthetic rubber produced by co-polymerization of isobutylene with isoprene. Butyl rubber possesses several superior physical and chemical characteristics which makes it extremely useful across various industries. Butyl rubber is highly impermeable to air, gases, and moisture, thus, becoming very useful for applications requiring an airtight atmosphere. Butyl rubber is highly resistant to heat, aging, weathering, chemical attack, abrasion and tearing and also possess good shock absorption and electrical insulation characteristics. Due to such physiochemical properties, butyl rubber finds its utilization in the manufacturing of automotive tyres (inner liners), tubes & other ancillaries, sports goods, vibration mounts, electrical fluids, ball bladders, adhesives and sealants etc.