Polymer-based thermoplastic rubber of non-foaming, high hardness, resulting in sturdy, and compact structure.
The thermoplastic rubber is an optimum material for solutions demanding high durability, resistance to compression and impact absorption.
Thermoplastic / reusable
Versatility of formats (when injected)
TPR Physical Structure
TPR appears as a solid of uniform structure in its natural form. Depending on the structure (linear or radial), it has different properties of viscosity and specific weights, and can be pigmented according to needs.
TPR Chemical Structure
Thermoplastic rubbers are block copolymers obtained by a process of in-solution polymerization. The styrene and butadiene phases are chemically incompatible, so the processes are separated. The configuration of the rubber varies according to the proportion of styrene or butadiene.
Toxic / Noxious Substances
Contains no harmful products, heavy metals or restricted substances.
Non-regulated raw materials are not used in production.
Renewable Sources of Raw Materials
Renewable sources of raw materials are not used.
A high, although slow, level of biodegradability.
The production process consumes a high amount of energy.
Its durability allows an increase in the lifespam of the product to reduce energy by performance.
As a thermoplastic product, all process residues are reincorporated into the production process.
Possibility of recycling the product after its lifespam by crushing and reincorporating the recycled materials into new materials.