Monday, October 14, 2013

Compare APS's Viprene® P-Series to Santoprene® 101-Series

Engineered under the direction of the plastic industry’s leading marketing and technical support executives, Roger Huarng and Stephane Morin, formerly with BASF Corporation, Alliance Polymers & Service's (APS) Viprene® thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) are compounded with a polyolefin phase and a cross-linked EPDM phase, which give products rubber-like performance.

With a high compression set for rugged applications, Viprene® high performance P-Series TPV  can be ordered in natural or black pellets and is available in a wide range of Shore hardnesses  — from 35 Shore A to 50 Shore D.

Benefits of Viprene
® P Series of TPVs include:
  •     Processes like a thermoplastic material
  •     High heat stability; low temperature flexibility
  •     Resistant to oils
  •     Excellent abrasion resistance
  •     Lightweight
  •     Recyclable
The Viprene®  P series is competitively priced and backed by a network of highly technical personnel ready to help OEMs and manufacturers select the precise grade.  

Applications include, but are not limited to, gaskets, O-rings, door and window seals, power steering, brake and fuel hoses, electrical insulation, construction and industrial parts.

APS also offers custom and standard soft elastomer formulations.  Our team offers the knowledge of all TPEs, TPUs and TPVs - providing technical support and chemical expertise.

For more information on TPEs for extrusion or injection molding, as well as other grades for conventional, unique or highly durable applications, contact APS.   Samples available upon request for molding trials.

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