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Synthetic Rubber & TPE

Data : 2021-01-28

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Synthetic rubber


SSBR Solution styrene Butadiene Rubber

Made with solution multiplication using Li (Lithium) catalyst used for high performance tires (enhancing fuel economy and braking power)


SBR Styrene Butadiene Rubber

High functional material with excellent rebound elasticity, wear resistance, and mechanical properties of tire belt hoses, shoes, etc.


BR Butadiene Rubber

Tire, shoes, shoes, and the hardy, abrasion resistance, and elastic resistance are good.


NBR Nitrile-butadiene Rubber

It is used in oil resistant fuel hoses, shoes, cars, etc. and is excellent in combination with PVC, so it is used as a PVC modifier.


HNBR Hydrogenated Nitrile-butadiene Rubber

Excellent wear and tear in physical properties, excellent in resistance to automotive fuel systems, hydrocarbons, diesel fuel, ozone, etc.


EPDM Ethylene propylene diene monomer

Excellent temperature resistance, weather resistance, heat resistance, content resistance, etc., and is smaller than other synthetic rubber, enabling high charging of fillers, oils, etc. and excellent economic feasibility




TPE Thermo Plastic Elastomer

Thermoplastic a substance that is restored to its original state when heated and melted.


Large classification of TPE

Detailed Classification

Hard Segments Soft Segments

TPS(Styrene TPE)

TPS - SBS

Styrene and Butadiene Block copolymer.

TPS - SEBS

Polystyrene Poly(Ethlylene-Buthlylene) Polystyrene

TPS - SEPS

Polystyrene Poly(Ethlylene-Propylene) Polystyrene

TPS - SIS

Blocks copolymer of styrene and isoprene.

TPO(Olefin TPE)

TPO – (EPDM+PP)

Ethlylene – Propylene – dien triad copolymer and harmony with Polypropylene

The status of EPDM has little or no crossroads and the amount of EPDM is greater than PP.

TPA(Amide TPE)

TPA - EE

Both soft segment ethers and esters have combine forms.

TPA - ES

Soft segments belong to polyester.

TPA - ET

Soft segment is polyether.

TPC(Ester TPE)

TPC - EE

Soft segments combine both ether and ester.

TPC - ES

Soft segments belong to polyester.

TPC - ET

Soft segment is polyether.

TPU(Urethane TPE)

TPU - ARES

Hard segment belongs to aromatic compounds, soft segment belongs to polyester

TPU - ARET

Hard segments belong to aromatic compounds, soft segments belong to polyethers.

TPU - AREE

Hard segments have aromatic compounds, soft segments have ester bonds, and ether bonds.

TPU - ARCE

Hard segment belongs to aromatic compounds, soft segment belongs to polycarbonate.

TPU - ARCL

Hard segments are aromatic compounds, soft segments are polycaprolactone.

TPU - ARES

Hard segment belongs to aliphatic compounds, soft segment belongs to polyester.

TPU - ARET

Hard segment belongs to aliphatic compounds, soft segment belongs to polyethers.

TPV(Equal pressure TPE)

TPV – (EPDM+PP)

A complex of EPDM and PP that is highly cross-linked and finely dispersed on a continuum of PPs.

TPV – (NBR+PP)

A complex of NBR and PP that are highly dispersed on a continuum of PPs by highly bridging acrylonitrile and butadiene rubber statues.

TPV – (NR+PP)

A complex of NR and PP that is highly divided over a series of PPs by bridging the natural rubber phase.

TPV – (ENR+PP)

A complex of ENR and PP that is highly divided over a continuous phase of PP by highly bridging the epoxyized natural rubber phase.

TPV – (IIR+PP)

A complex of IIR and PP, highly bridged butyl rubber phases and finely dispersed on a continuum of PPs.

TP2(etc. TPE)

TPZ – (NBR+PP)

Acrylonitrile – Butadiene Rubber Polyvinyl Chloride


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