PLASTICS

Plastic additives in the rubber industry are substances added to rubber compounds to enhance their properties and performance. These additives include plasticizers, fillers, antioxidants, UV stabilizers, and processing aids.

EVA

Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate

EVA, or Ethylene Vinyl Acetate, is a copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate, known for its versatility and wide range of applications. It is commonly used in the production of foams, films, and adhesives due to its excellent flexibility, impact resistance, and thermal stability. EVA foam is widely utilized in sports equipment, footwear, and packaging, offering cushioning and shock absorption properties. In film form, EVA is used in various industries, including agriculture, food packaging, and solar panel encapsulation. Its combination of toughness and elasticity makes EVA a valuable material in diverse sectors, contributing to its widespread use and popularity.

TPU

Thermoplastic Polyurethane – TPU760

Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) is a versatile material known for its excellent combination of elasticity, transparency, and resistance to abrasion, oils, and solvents. TPU is widely used in various industries, including footwear, automotive, electronics, and medical devices. It is utilized in the production of flexible and durable products such as phone cases, sportswear, hoses, and medical tubing. TPU’s thermoplastic nature allows for easy processing through injection molding, extrusion, and 3D printing, making it a popular choice for manufacturers seeking high-performance materials with exceptional mechanical properties. Its ability to provide toughness and flexibility has contributed to its widespread adoption in numerous applications.

Polycarbonate Resin

Polycarbonate resin is a versatile and durable thermoplastic known for its exceptional impact resistance, transparency, and heat resistance. It is widely used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, construction, and medical devices. Polycarbonate is utilized in the production of safety helmets, eyewear, electrical components, and automotive parts due to its ability to withstand high impact and provide optical clarity. Its thermoplastic nature allows for easy processing through injection molding and extrusion, making it a popular choice for manufacturing complex and robust products. Polycarbonate’s combination of strength, transparency, and heat resistance has led to its extensive use in a wide range of applications.

PolyAmide 6, 6.6

Polyamide, commonly known as nylon, is a versatile synthetic polymer with a wide range of applications. It is known for its high strength, toughness, and resistance to abrasion, making it suitable for use in various industries. Polyamide is commonly used in the manufacturing of textiles, automotive parts, electrical components, and engineering plastics. Its excellent mechanical properties and chemical resistance make it ideal for applications that require durability and reliability. Additionally, polyamide’s ability to be molded into various shapes and its excellent wear resistance have contributed to its widespread use in products such as clothing, gears, bearings, and industrial components.

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