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Olefinic TPE.

Excelink, an olefinic thermoplastic elastomer, is highlighted in this six-page, fold-out brochure. Excelink is based on the company's EPDM and compounding technology. Excelink olefinic TPEs are said to be good for not only recycling and environmental protection, but also injection moldability, simplification of the production process and weight reduction. Excelink products are said to be highly functional TPOs and are available to replace conventional TPOs and cured rubbers. The Excelink 1000 Series features a dynamic vulcanized TPO (crosslinked type). The Excelink 2000 Series includes oil resistance grades of the Excelink 1000 Series. The Excelink 3000 Series includes crystalline network (uncrosslinked) TPO (pseudonetwork type) products. Characteristics and typical applications of the various Excelink products are presented. (JSR)

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Title Annotation:Brochures
Publication:Rubber World
Date:Jul 1, 2007
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