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Feels, looks, and performs more like rubber than other TPEs

Advanced Polymer Alloys Llc : 06 February, 2007  (New Product)
Advanced Polymer Alloys introduced its new DuraGrip
Advanced Polymer Alloys introduced its new DuraGrip« TPE 6200 series, a versatile melt-processible elastomer with outstanding elastomeric properties. These products have an unusually tactile and rubbery feel, and a unique matte finish that makes it ideal for use in tools, consumer products, and other light industrial applications where grip really matters. The new DuraGrip 6200 series is available in natural, black, and easy-to-color translucent and clear, with hardness ranging from 20 to 80 Shore A. Because of the outstanding elastomeric properties, it offers good compression set resistance for sealing applications, and high tensile which makes it durable. 6200 bonds well to PP and PE, and is easily processed by injection molding, extrusion, calendaring, and blow molding. DuraGrip 6200 has very low taste and odor properties. It is offered in FDA compliant versions, and can be used in NSF International 51 and 61 compliant applications.
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