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  • Mixing of Vulcanisable Rubbers and Thermoplastic Elastomers
    Mixing of Vulcanisable Rubbers and Thermoplastic Elastomers. Describing the current state of the art in mixing from a practical viewpoint, this report offers a historical background against which the latest developments are set, and summarizes the range of mixing techniques applied in the industry.
  • Thermoplastic Elastomers
    Thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) have two big advantages over the conventional thermoset (vulcanized) types -- processing ease and speed. Other compelling reasons for considering the TPEs are recyclability of scrap, lower energy costs for processing, and the availability of standard, uniform grades
  • The Rapra Collection of Infrared Spectra of Rubbers, Plastics and Thermoplastic Elastomers, Third Edition
    The Rapra Collection of Infrared Spectra of Rubbers, Plastics and Thermoplastic Elastomers, Third Edition. Including copolymers and blends, which are in current use, this book provides a set of transmission and pyrolysate spectra of a comprehensive range of technically important rubber and plastic
  • What Are Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE)?
    Thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) are a group of rubber-like materials that combine the processing strengths of thermoplastics with the best qualities of thermoset rubbers. As their name suggests, thermoplastics are temperature-sensitive plastics that become soft or even fluid when heated
  • Medical Device Link . Thermoplastic Vulcanizates in Medical Applications
    presumed biological inertness. Butyl rubber has been the most common choice for closures, given that its high permeation resistance enables it to protect oxygen- and water-sensitive drugs. The use of thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) in medical applications has also grown steadily, with 1996 estimated
  • How to Choose the Best Rubber Solution for Your Application
    As one of the only manufacturers of natural rubber latex, synthetic rubber, and thermoplastic products, The Hygenic Corporation has the expertise to deliver custom formulations produced to exceptionally tight tolerances. Each of Hygenic's rubber materials offers distinct advantages and differences
  • Blow-moldable TPVs give silicone rubbers the boot
    limitation: Heat resistance below 284°F (140°C). This has kept them out of many high-temperature automotive boots, bellows, and ducts, though these part shapes are ideal candidates for blow molding. A recently developed thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV), Zeotherm 120-90B, from Louisville, Ky., survives
  • Materials and Part Design for Vibration Welding
    assembly, is particularly advantageous for semi-crystalline resins such as acetal, nylon, thermoplastic polyester, polyethylene, and polypropylene, as well as PVC, cellulosics, thermoplastic rubber, and elastomers, filled and reinforced resins, and those exhibiting hygroscopic properties. Fillers

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  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    Uses: Accelerator for EPDM, NR and SR latexes; stabilizer and antioxidant in uncured rubber; stabilizer in NR; antioxidant in thermoplastic rubbers and hot melts .
  • Advances in Elastomers I
    Earlier work of Fisher in PP/EPDM TPVs with peroxide as crosslinking agent resulted in the commercialization of ��Uniroyal TPR�� thermoplastic rubber in 1973.
  • Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients
    Uses: Accelerator for EPDM, NR and SR latexes; stabilizer and antioxi- dant in uncured rubber; stabilizer in NR; antioxidant in thermoplastic rubbers and hot melts .
  • Polymer Blends Handbook
    � nitrile (AN), respectively SBS Elastomeric styrene-butadiene-styrene triblock polymer (also TR) SD Spinodal decomposition SEBS Styrene-ethylene/butylene-styrene triblock polymer SMA Poly(styrene-co-maleic anhydride) sPMMA Syndiotactic poly(methyl methacrylate) sPS Syndiotactic polystyrene TR Thermoplastic rubber (also SBS) UHMWPE Ultra �
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    Uses: Plasticizer, lubricant for PS, PVC, annealing, catalyst carriers, ther- moplastic rubber extender oils; lubricant for pharmaceuticals, bakery pan oils, food pkg., lubes/greases in food industry, cosmetic creams/ lotions, suntan oils, sunscreens; adhesives; household cleaners and polishes; protective coating on foods .
  • Blends of Thermoplastic Polymers
    A thermoplastic rubber composition having excellent creep properties at high temperatures without undergoing vulcanization consists of: a.
  • Advanced Materials Engineering and Technology
    [2] A. Whelan and K. S. Lee, in "Developments in Rubber Technology-3, Thermoplastic Rubbers ", (Applied Science, London 1982).
  • Handbook of Paper and Pulp Chemicals
    Uses: Ingred. in laxatives, cosmetic creams, lotions, sunscreens, foods (bakery pan oils, lubes/greases, food pkg.); plasticizer/lubricant for PS, ethyl cellulose, PVC, annealing, catalyst carriers, thermoplastic rubber ; water repellent for paper; adhesives, household cleaners and polishes .