Why is the elastomer TPE/TPR widely used by manufacturers?

    Elastomer Materials TPE/TPR is a thermoplastic and rubber-elastic material with many different structures. However, these two different properties need to be manifested in different environments. Rubber is elastic in a normal temperature environment, and can be plasticized into a polymer material in a high temperature environment. Due to the performance of the TPE/TPR elastomer itself, it can be recycled and reused after use, so it is widely used by manufacturers.
    There are many types of TPE/TPR elastomers. For example, using polyene enamel as raw material, it can adapt to unused temperatures, not only weather resistance, Ozone resistance is also very good. The dynamically vulcanized TPE/TPR elastomer incorporates a vulcanized cross-linking agent, so that the rubber can be uniformly present in the particles.
    In addition to the different characteristics of the various categories, TPE/TPR elastomers have some commonalities. The appearance is excellent in texture, strong in coloring ability, uniform coloring, and the coloring effect is very stable. Whether it is in low temperature or high temperature, it can play its role and carry out better production activities for manufacturers. It also has a good bonding ability, whether it is manual bonding or mechanical bonding, it has a good effect.
    Global thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) sales reached $16.7 billion in 2014, and market analysts predict that TPE revenue will grow by an average of 4.7 per year by 2022. %.

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