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What is a TPR material and a TPE material?

The TPR material is the name of thermoplastic rubber. The TPE material is the name of a thermoplastic elastomer. Both TPR and TPE materials have a wide range of applications in industrial products and in products of everyday life, for example in the soft handles of many objects and appliances, from the handle of a screwdriver, hammer or any hand tool to the handle of a toothbrush. More examples would be toys, shoes, thermoplastic rubber soles, gaskets, cable sheaths, household appliances, automotive and many other products. TPR material and TPE material can be in the colour of the object or product that each customer needs to manufacture. Normally, TPR and TPE products are purchased as granules or pellets.

Classification of polymers according to their physical properties

  • Thermoplastic materials are those polymeric materials that with the action of heat become moldable when plasticized and become stable, solidifying once the polymeric material cools down. Thermoplastic polymers have a specific temperature for softening, transformation and melting temperature. These materials can be reused after their first use because they can be reheated and melted to give them a new shape. For example, polyethylene, polystyrene, poly (vinyl chloride), PVC, among others…Another material is TPE-V or TPV which is a vulcanized thermoplastic elastomer, that is, it is the mixture of a thermoplastic material with a rubber that is capable of vulcanizing.
  • Thermo-stable materials (they are not thermoplastic materials) are those polymeric materials which, after the action or application of heat, are shaped and, after hardening, the material hardens irreversibly. For example, phenols, aminoplasts, cross-linked polyesters, among others.
  • Elastomers are materials with elasticity and properties similar to rubber. For example: polyurethane, polyisoprene, polybutylene, among others.

Classification of polymeric materials according to elasticity

  • Plastics: plastic materials can be of 2 types, on the one hand, thermoplastic materials (are those plastic materials that when melted again can be reused to create new products) and on the other hand, thermo-stable materials (are those plastic materials that after cooling harden irreversibly).
  • Elastics: elastomer materials.

The polymers, depending on how they are obtained, can be of 3 types:

  • Natural polymers found in nature, such as natural rubber, cellulose, proteins, etc.
  • Semi-synthetic polymers are those obtained by man after the transformation of natural polymers, such as vulcanized rubber or ebonite, nitrocellulose, etc.
  • Synthetic polymers produced by man in the laboratory, through chemical processes, such as polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride PVC, polypropylene, polyethylene, polyurethane, nylon, polycarbonate, synthetic rubber, etc.

Classification of the main additives to be added to polymeric materials

  • Loads
  • Plasticizers
  • Lubricants
  • Anti-Aging Additives
  • Dyestuffs
  • Flame-retardant agents
  • Additives for UV protection

Depending on the type of polymer and the additives added to the polymeric materials, the physical properties and mechanical properties of these polymers will be modified.

Classification of plastic materials according to hardness can be classified in:

  • Hard plastics
  • Plastics of moderate hardness
  • Soft plastics
  • Rubber

List of the most commonly used types of polymers at the chemical and industrial level:

  • Acrylonitrile butadiene ABS styrene terpolymer
  • Acrylonitrile butadiene rubber ABR
  • Acrylonitrile butadiene rubber NBR
  • Acrylonitrile-Styren-Acrylic Terpolymer ASA
  • APP atactic polypropylene
  • BR polybutadiene rubber
  • Butyl rubber IIR
  • Carboxymethylcellulose CMC
  • Casein CS
  • Cellulose acetate CA
  • Cellulose nitrate CN
  • Cellulose propinate acetate CAP
  • Cellulose propinate CP
  • CF formaldehyde cresol resin
  • Chlorinated CPVC polo(vinyl chloride)
  • Chlorinated polyethylene PEC
  • Chlorosulphonated polyethylene CSM
  • Copolymer acrylate acrylonitrile ANM
  • Copolymer acrylonitrile methyl methacrylate AMMA
  • Copolymer epichlorohydrin ethylene oxide ECO
  • Copolymer ethylene tetrafluoroethylene ETFE
  • Copolymer ethylene vinyl acetate EVA
  • Copolymer of vinyl chloride and vinyl acetate PVCA
  • Copolymer styrene butadiene SB
  • Deuterated polyethylene PED
  • Dimethylsiloxane, phenylmethylsiloxane and vinyl silicones MPVQ
  • Epoxy Resins EP
  • Ethylcellulose EC
  • Ethylene propylene copolymer EPM
  • Ethylene propylene rubber dienic monomer EPDM
  • Ethylene Propylene Rubber EPR
  • Expanded polystyrene EPS
  • Fluorinated ethylene propylene copolymer FEP
  • Fluorosilicon rubber FVMQ vinyl, methyl
  • High Density Polyethylene HDPE
  • Low density polyethylene LDPE
  • Melamine formaldehyde resin MF
  • Natural rubber NR
  • Phenol formaldehyde resin PF
  • Poly vinyl acetate PV Ac
  • Poly(acrylic acid) PAA
  • Poly(butylene glycol terephthalate) PBTP
  • Poly(o-methylstyrene) PoMS
  • Poly(vinyl chloride) PVC
  • Poly(vinyl flower) PVF
  • Poly(vinylidene chloride) PVDC
  • Poly(vinylidene flower FPM
  • Poly(vinylidene fluoride) PVDF
  • Polyacrylate ACM
  • Polyacrylonitrile PAN
  • Polyamide PA - Currently there are more than 10 types of Nylon.
  • Polybutylacrylate PBA
  • Polybutylene PB
  • Polycaprolactam PA 6
  • Polycarbonate PC
  • Polychloropressno CR
  • Polychlorotetrafluoroethane CTFE
  • Polychlorotrifluoroethylene PCTFE
  • Polydiethylphthalate PDAP
  • Polydimethylsiloxane MQ
  • Polyepichlorohydrin PO
  • Polyether urethane EU
  • Polyethersulfones PES
  • Polyethylene oxide PEO
  • Polyethylene PE
  • Polyisobutylene GDP
  • Polyisobutylene IM - Polyisobutylene
  • Polyisoprene rubber IR
  • Polylaurolactam PA12
  • Polymethyl methacrylate PMMA
  • Polyoxymethylene, polyacetal or polyformaldehyde POM
  • Polypropylene PP
  • Polystyrene PS
  • Polysulfone PSU
  • Polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE
  • Polyurethane PU
  • Polyurethane resin UR
  • Polyvinyl alcohol PV Al
  • Polyvinylbutyral PVB
  • Polyvinylformaldehyde PVFM
  • Reinforced plastic RP
  • RF formaldehyde resorcinal resins
  • Silicone Rubber SI
  • Silicones dimethylsiloxane and phenylmethylsiloxane MPQ
  • Styrene acrylonitrile copolymer SAN
  • Styrene Butadiene Rubber SBR
  • Styrene Isoprene Rubber SIR
  • Thermoplastic Styrene Butadiene Rubber SBS
  • Unsaturated polyester resin UP
  • Urea formaldehyde resin UF

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