Tetramethylthiuram disulfide-accelerated sulfur vulcanization of styrene-butadiene rubber has been investigated at temperatures from 100°C to 170°C over 0.5 to 600 min. Continuous measurements in a Vuremo curemeter were used to estimate the extent of crosslinking, which was plotted against cure time. Apart from the induction period (ti), the kinetic graphs are satisfactory represented by a rate equation assuming three independent first-order reactions: fast crosslinking, degradation, and slow crosslinking. The rate equation contains seven kinetic parameters. Over the temperature range studied, there is no difference between the values of activation energy for ti−1, for fast crosslinking, and for degradation. The activation energy of slow crosslinking only is significantly greater. Due to the presence of Aerosil, the reciprocal values of the induction periods and the values of the ultimate extents of fast crosslinking are increased, and the values of the rate constants of degradation and slow crosslinking are decreased. Simultaneously, the activation energy of slow crosslinking is also significantly decreased. On the basis of these results, the proposed theory of tetramethylthiuram disulfideaccelerated sulfur vulcanization supposing that zinc dimethyldithiocarbamate is the actual accelerator in this type of curing system is discussed.