TPE, a mate­rial with both rubber and ther­mo­pla­stic pro­per­ties

Ther­mo­pla­stic elast­o­mers (TPE) bring toge­ther the posi­tive cha­rac­te­ris­tics of arti­fi­cial mate­rials for the manu­fac­turer with the advan­tages of elast­o­mers for pro­duct deve­lop­ment and design.

Pro­duct cha­rac­te­ris­tics

  • Excel­lent elastic reco­very
  • Weld­a­b­i­lity
  • Out­stan­ding sur­face qua­lity without con­trac­tion pro­blems
  • Abso­lu­tely odour­less
  • No wear marks from fric­tion
  • Pro­duc­tion pos­sible in all RAL colours
  • High resi­li­ence to UV and ozone
  • Good resis­tance to acids, bases and clea­ning pro­ducts
  • Can be used at tem­pe­ra­tures from –40°C to +140°C
  • Envi­ron­men­tally fri­endly, because of very good recy­cla­bi­lity of the mate­rial
  • FDA-Con­for­mity

Our range of pro­ducts

  • Com­bi­na­tion of dif­fe­rent hard­nesses or mate­rial cha­rac­te­ris­tics is pos­sible due to pro­duc­tion of up to triple extru­sion
  • Mate­rial hard­nesses ran­ging from 20Sh – 90Sh
  • High qua­lity corner wel­ding can also be pro­vided on request

Our TPE pro­files are used in the fol­lo­wing sec­tors:

  • Window and door sys­tems
  • Inte­rior doors
  • Facade sys­tems
  • Office par­ti­tion walls
  • Fur­ni­ture
  • Solar power
  • Com­mer­cial vehi­cles

Avail­able mate­rials

 


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Dipl. - Betriebsw.
Thomas Wolf
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