Monday, October 14, 2013

Consider Life Expectancy of Your Part When Selecting TPU, TPE, TPV

Many functional parts require certain life-cycle expectations  (years of outdoor exposure, hours in boiling water, load repetition, etc). Typically, the higher the life-cycle expectation, the more expensive the material. Determine a reasonable life expectancy for your part before selecting a TPE. 

Alliance Polymers & Services, LLC (APS)  provides technical support and chemical expertise. Our engineered polymers, Zythane® TPU and Viprene® TPV, allow OEM and processors to conceptualize, develop, and substantially reduce their cost on elastomer-based products.

Under the direction of the plastic industry’s leading marketing and technical support executives, Roger J. Huarng and Stephane Morin, formerly with BASF Corporation, Alliance Polymers & Services (APS) offers custom and standard soft elastomer formulations.  Our team offers the knowledge of all TPEs, TPUs and TPVs.

Compare our TPEs with our competitor's and discover why manufacturers rely on APS as their source for polymer solutions to unique application challenges.

Compare APS's service and see how we can help streamline your process, optimize productivity, and create substantial savings.
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 provided upon request for molding trials.

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