Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU)
TPU Resins are “soft touch” polymers typically ranging from 55 Shore A Hardness up to 70 Shore D. TPU Resins differ from other “soft touch” materials because of its superior properties inherent in TPU. These properties include enhanced abrasion resistance, excellent low temperature impact strength, good tear strengths, and good resistance to oils, grease and solvents. There are many types of TPU, however, TPU can generally be classified into two main types, a Polyether Type and Polyester Type, each having characteristics suited to your specific requirements. TPU’s are very versatile and can be used across all industries, including Automotive, Sporting Goods, Wire and Cable, and Footwear.
|Flame Retardant||Huntsman||A85P4350||Flame Retardant 85 Shore A||Transparent TPU with UL 94 V2 flame grade|
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