The Universal Selection Source: Plastics & Elastomers
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The aim of using plastics as rubber replacement is to achieve a maximum weight saving in individual components or parts by means of the design, the material selection or the method of production. By focusing on key concepts such as TPE, TPO, TPV elastomer, SBS, SEBS... this Channel aims to provide engineers and designers with technical solutions to replace rubber with plastics.
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Mar 23, 2015 |
Specialty chemical company Evonik presents new VESTAMID® DX9360 product, a polyamide extrusion compound for tubing systems that has the potential to significantly extend the lifetime of engine lines at NPE2015: The International Plastics Showcase.
Mar 6, 2015 |
Teknor Apex’s series of TPE compounds for window encapsulation and other injection molded automotive sealing applications provides a higher-flow alternative to TPVs while offering the potential for weight savings because of their low density.
Dec 19, 2014 |
APS Elastomers’ Maxelast® TPE is ideal material to replicate parts needed for taxidermy. It combines properties of rubber. When extruded or co-extruded, Maxelast® grade can be miter-cut & heat welded for corner fastening products and applications.
Nov 18, 2014 |
The first global implementation of a blow-molded, thermoplastic elastomer constant velocity joint (CVJ) half-shaft drive-axle boot seal was selected as the 2014 Hall of Fame winner by the Automotive Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers.
Sep 12, 2014 |
Teknor Apex Company has developed a series of standard grades that offer a wide range of choices for manufacturers of food containers, utensils, kitchen appliances, and children's products.
Mar 19, 2015 |
Teknor Apex Company will supply KraussMaffei Corp. with Sarlink® brand thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) for use in a unique multi-component process to mold two-component gaskets for rigid polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe on the show floor at NPE2015.
Jan 19, 2015 |
Knobeez selects APS Elastomers’ Viprene® thermoplastic vulcanizate as a rubber alternative for guitar and bass knobs. It can be processed using conventional injection molding and extrusion equipment. Available in Shore hardness range of 35A-50D.
Dec 4, 2014 |
Lubrizol Corporation highlighted its LifeSciences’ extensive portfolio of advanced materials for the medical device industry at Muovi Plastics exhibition at Lahti Fair Centre in Lahti, Finland. Among the featured products were Tecothane™ TPUs.
Sep 29, 2014 |
The Lubrizol Corporation's Lubrizol LifeSciences highlighted its broad portfolio of advanced materials for the medical industry at the MEDTEC China 2014 exhibition Sept. 25-26 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center.
Aug 1, 2014 |
Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc., a strong contender in the thermoplastic elastomer marketplace with more than 5 complete lines of specialty TPEs for numerous applications, announces it has added two weighted HD (high density) grades to its rubber-like 8055 Series of TPEs. Applications for this new weighted TPE grades include anywhere where natural...
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