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Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.
PO Box 463
Rochester, IL, 62563

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Thermoplastic Elastomers can be over molded/coextruded onto PE.   Return to story
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Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.
PO Box 463
Rochester , IL  62563   USA
Phone: 217-498-8500
FAX: 217-498-8558
http://www.elastocontpe.com
  
 
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Weighted TPEs feature rubber-like properties.

Weighted TPEs feature rubber-like properties.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
Jul 30, 2014 Part of 8055 Series, Weighted High Density Grades are two colorable, general-purpose TPEs with Shore A hardness of 55 and 65. Thermoplastic elastomers can replace rubber in products where additional weight is required, including garbage disposal drain plugs, traffic cones, fishing products, straps, and other sports and leisure products. With x-ray opaque capabilities, TPEs are also suitable for medical devices.

Clear TPEs range from Shore 15-40 A.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
Jun 04, 2014 Offered in Shore A hardnesses of 15, 20, 30, 35, and 40, CLR Series is formulated for consumer goods and applications requiring clarity, soft touch, and UV stability. Plasticizer-free thermoplastic elastomers provide non-blooming, high-strength properties as well as tactile surface finish. They are FDA compliant and give designers and molders alternative to silicone and PVC, making them suited for medical products and children's toys, as well as countertop electronics, appliances, and furniture.

Thermoplastic Elastomers can be over molded/coextruded onto PE.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
May 09, 2014 Supplied for compounding or as ready-to-use pellets, 2800 Series performance TPEs include 5 grades in Shore A hardness ranges of 25, 40, 50, and 65 specifically formulated for overmolding or coextruding onto polyethylene (PE). UV-stable products exhibit soft, rubber-like feel; promote surface finish quality and impact resistance; and exhibit resistance to cold weather, chlorine, and other chemicals and oils. TPE grades can be injection molded, extruded, blow molded, or compounded.

Thermoplastic Elastomers suit overmolding applications.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
May 08, 2014 Offered in Shore A hardness ranges of 25, 40, 50 and 65, Series 2800 includes grades specifically formulated for overmolding or coextruding onto polyethylene. Noted for ultra-soft, rubber-like feel and ability to be injection molded, extruded, blow molded, or compounded, UV-stable products provide good surface finish and high impact resistance. Grades also exhibit resistance to cold weather, chlorine, and most household cleaning products, among other chemicals and oils.
Rigid TPEs suit mechanical lock/snap fit applications.

Rigid TPEs suit mechanical lock/snap fit applications.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
Mar 18, 2014 Featuring 50 Shore D hardness, Elastocon 9050 Grade TPEs are formulated for applications such as rubber feel snap fit parts or to provide mechanical lock such as trim ring around dashboard screens or console shifts, enabling removal for service. Thermoplastic elastomers include 9050X in natural color and 9050BX in black. Both grades offer cold weather impact resistance as well as resistance to dirt and dust to help keep parts looking new.

Flame Retardant TPEs comply with UL 94V0 requirements.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
Aug 13, 2013 Offered in wide range of hardnesses from Shore 95A to 50 D, halogenated Flame Retardant TPEs offer weather, UV, and chemical resistance. Products are suitable for use where resistance to ignition, flame-spread, and low smoke emission are required. Applications include electrical insulation, cords and connectors, sockets, plug ends, battery components, and numerous automotive components such as fuel line and brake line covers as well as industrial hose covers.
Clear Medical Grade TPEs do not produce tacky feel.

Clear Medical Grade TPEs do not produce tacky feel.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
Sep 28, 2012 Intended for medical product designers and manufacturers, SEBS-based thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) of CLR series includes grades with hardnesses from 15–75 Shore A as well as 2 grades, CLR65 and CLR75, that are oil-free. Odorless TPEs utilize FDA-compliant materials exhibit tear resistance, can be color tinted, and can be extruded or injection molded. Applications include grips for medical and dental utensils as well as knobs and buttons for medical equipment.

Semi-Rigid TPE Grade is optimized for impact resistance.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
May 08, 2012 Available in black pellets with 50 Shore D hardness, 9050BX thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) provides alternative to TPOs and TPVs. Material properties are suited for it being used for trim rings and panels required for electronic consumer products as well as various transportation equipment and interior instrumentation that demands durability, abrasion resistance, and impact isolation. Also, TPE can be molded as integral part in fastening systems requiring impact resistance.

Thermoplastic Elastomers suit nylon overmolding applications.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
May 02, 2012 With Shore A Hardness of 60, Elastocon STK56PA natural and STK56PA-B black TPEs provide dry touch ergonomic feel while offering resistance to scratching and marring. Products do not require drying and are suitable for applications that require rubber-like properties, impact resistance, chemical resistance, and colorability. Typical uses include soft touch knobs and levers, electronic component housings, and grips for tools, utensils, medical instruments, and appliances.

Soft Thermoplastic Elastomer offers scratch resistance.

Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc.    Rochester, IL 62563
Jan 27, 2012 Featuring 80 Shore A hardness, Elastocon 8078NL provides scratch and mar resistance as well as shock and sound deadening qualities. Product's coefficient of friction results in surface that minimizes collection of dust and debris. RoHS-compliant TPE does not require drying and is latex-free, reclaimable, and recyclable. Offering rubber-like qualities, Elastocon 8078NL is suited for automotive cup holders and storage tray bins, farm equipment, marine products, and lawn/garden tools.


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