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Monprene® IN-23160

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Teknor Apex
Monprene® IN-23160 is a flexible styrenic block copolymer TPE. It performs like widely used TPVs while providing new supply and processing alternatives. Exhibits excellent adhesion to polypropylene or high-modulus TPE substrate that serves as rigid supporting component. Also exhibits elastic performance and good throughput on both PVC & TPE die. Requires no pre-drying and shows no paint staining. Also, it has an adjusted viscosity and melt strength that increases throughput while reducing or eliminating the common problem of die drool. It can be run in PVC tooling. Suitable for coextruded structures. Monprene® IN-23160’s applications include window seals and window gaskets providing sufficient stiffness to facilitate window assembly. Exhibits end-use properties essential for air- and moisture-proof window gaskets, including rubberlike seal recovery, low-temperature toughness, and UV resistance.
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Product Type
SBC or TPE-S (Styrenic Block Copolymer) > SBC
Product Launch Date
Jul 22, 2015
Product Status
COMMERCIAL

Monprene® IN-23160 Properties

Mechanical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Hardness, Shore A
60
( )
ISO 868
Compression Set
65 %
(Type A, 22 hours @ 70°C)
ISO 815
Tensile Strength
7 MPa
( )
ISO 37
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