GuangDong Advanced Thermoplastic Polymer Technology Co., Ltd.
GuangDong Advanced Thermoplastic Polymer Technology Co., Ltd.

High Hardness TPEE

High Hardness TPEE

Halogen-free flame retardant thermoplastic (TPEE) elastomer is environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and safe, has a wide range of hardness, excellent colorability, soft-touch, weather resistance, fatigue resistance and temperature resistance, excellent processing performance, no vulcanization, and can be recycled To reduce the cost, it can be injection-molded by the second time, covered and bonded with base materials such as PP, PE, PC, PS, ABS, etc., or can be molded separately. Thermoplastic elastomers have both the processing properties of thermoplastics and the physical properties of vulcanized rubber, which is an advantageous combination of the advantages of plastics and rubber.

Product Features:

1. Flame retardant properties: UL yellow card certification VO (1.5mm-6.0mm) through ww1 or IEC60332 test.

Temperature resistance: chemical crosslinking or radiation crosslinking types meet the temperature requirement of 125°C.

2. Product Safety: No PPS (polystyrene) flame retardant to avoid the risk of stress cracking.

3. Conductivity: Surface resistance 103-13 power.

4. Polymeric Foam: Marine Cable Designed for 0.68 Gravity.

Technical Data of High Hardness TPEE

Technical Data SheetModel

Material Properties
Test Standard
Test ConditionUnit
3072F-EHS-1003T
General Characteristics
Material Category
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Appearance(light/Semi-matte/Frosted)---
Extrusion/Injection
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Physical CharacteristicsHardnessISO 4815SShore A70
ProportionISO 1183-g/cm³1.27
Melt IndexISO 1133-1:2011190℃/2.16kgg/10min6
Brittle TemperatureISO 812-
Mechanical Properties
ElongationISO37:2017200mm/min%360
Tensile StrengthISO37:2017200mm/minMpa48.503
Tearing StrengthISO34-1:2015500mm/minKN/m
Hot Air AgingElongation Retention RateISO37:2017-%
Tensile Strength Retention RateISO37:2017-%
Electrical Performance
Volume ResistivityASTM D257-Ohm-cm
PermittivityASTM D150--
Combustion PerformanceVertical Burning TestUL 943.0/6.0mm-
Oxygen IndexASTM D2863-%
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Key Benefits of High Hardness TPEE

Key Benefits of High Hardness TPEE

· Competitive price      · Respond immediately      · Strong R&D capability      · Excellent after-sales service

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