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What does TPR stand for?

TPR stands for Thermoplastic Rubber


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PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-12 Sealants Defined II-12 Classification of Sealants Based on their Chemical Constitution II-12 Anaerobic Sealants II-12 Acrylic Sealants II-12 Latex Sealants II-13 Bitumen based Sealants II-13 Butyl Rubber based Sealants II-13 Epoxy Sealants II-13 Oleoresinous Sealants II-14 Polysulphide Sealants II-14 Polyurethane Sealants II-14 Polyvinyl-based Sealants II-14 Polyvinyl Alcohol based Sealants II-14 Polyvinyl Chloride-based Sealants II-14 Reclaimed Rubber based Sealants II-14 Silicone Sealants II-15 Styrene Butadiene Rubber based Sealants II-15 Thermoplastic Rubber based Sealants II-15 Key End-Use Applications of Sealants II-16 3.
The AHPLUS has a temperature range of -60F to 275F, is UL94HB flame retardant and is constructed of thermoplastic rubber with coated polyester fabric reinforced with a wire helix.
Scrap rubber can be converted into a thermoplastic rubber of 50 to 90 durometer A hardness that can be injection molded on standard plastic machines in just seconds since there is no more curing (vulcanization) required and existing plastic injection molding machines can be used, according to the company.
Thermoplastic rubber pads over the hard-molded clamp protect the frame and cables from abrasion while it is being transported in the rack.
Constructed of anodized aluminum and thermoplastic rubber, the i-QUIP contains a saw, cutting blade, scissors, flathead and Phillips screwdrivers, cap lifter, can opener, corkscrew, flashlight, Solas-certified whistle and a slot to store matches or a lighter.
The sub product segments analyzed include Styrene Butadiene Rubber, Phenolic, Polyolefin, Epoxy, Starch & Dextrin, Acrylic (includes Cyanoacrylic & Others, Acrylic PSA, and Acrylic Emulsion), Urea Formaldehyde, Polyvinyl Acetal, Polyvinyl Acetate, Neoprene, Thermoplastic Rubber, Polyurethane, Natural Rubber, Protein, Furan, Polyvinyl Chloride, Reclaimed Rubber, Silicate, Silicone, Silicone Rubber, Polyamide, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Nitrile, Butyl Rubber & PIB, Polyester, Ethylene, Bitumen, Anaerobic, Latex, Oleoresinous, Polysulphide, Polyvinyl-Based, and Polyvinyl Chloride-Based .
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-12 Sealants Defined II-12 Classification of Sealants Based on their Chemical Constitution II-12 Anaerobic Sealants II-12 Acrylic Sealants II-12 Latex Sealants II-13 Bitumen based Sealants II-13 Butyl Rubber based Sealants II-13 Epoxy Sealants II-13 Oleoresinous Sealants II-14 Polysulphide Sealants II-14 Polyurethane Sealants II-14 Polyvinyl-based Sealants II-14 Polyvinyl Alcohol based Sealants II-14 Polyvinyl Chloride-based Sealants II-14 Reclaimed Rubber based Sealants II-14 Silicone Sealants II-15 Styrene Butadiene Rubber based Sealants II-15 Thermoplastic Rubber based Sealants II-15 Key End-Use Applications of Sealants II-16 3.