Please visit: Teknor Apex Company
Thermoplastic Elastomer Division
505 Central Ave.
Pawtucket, RI 02861 US
Teknor Apex's new Sarlink TPV boasts superior processability and greater long-term sealing force.
Teknor is strongly supporting its Sarlink TPV brand through technology and capacity expansion.
Teknor's newest polyolefin-based cable compound costs less yet meets stringent requirements for general-purpose jacketing applications.
TeknorApex's new styrenic block copolymer TPEs, to be launched at FAKUMA 2015, boast comparable performance to TPVs widely used in window gaskets.
Plastics personnel moves from Venture Plastics, Donnelly Custom Manufacturing, Davis-Standard, NuSil, Vecoplan, Bunting Magnetics, Eriez and more.
Lots of news in engineering thermoplastic compounds, TPEs, and purging agents, plus a wide range of colorants and additives.
Teknor and Arkema alliance aimed at housewrap film compounds with renewable content and range of permeabilities.
Teknor Apex is offering new injection molding nylon 6 and 66 compounds that combine economy and performance.
Teknor Apex has launched a new TPV and two new SBC-based compounds for automotive window encapsulation and exterior appearance parts.
They adhere to polyolefins and custom formulations are available for adhesion to engineering resins.
More performance options and improved economics over TPVs are claimed for new styrenic-based TPEs for automotive sealing systems
Minnesota Wire of St.
New low-smoke, flame-retardant TPE compound for wire insulation and jacketing does not contain phthalates or halogen additives.
Two innovations in medical tubing and more than a dozen new materials, coatings, and adhesives were on display at June’s Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) East show in Philadelphia.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Advances in both formulation and compounding technologies have enabled Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., to develop a new family of TPE compounds for wire and cable that are RoHS and REACH compliant.
Bioplastics take center stage.
Two new PP-based Sarlink thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) are said to provide the first practical alternative to EPDM foam or sponge in automotive seals, construction weatherstripping, gaskets, and other profiles requiring high resilience.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new PP-based Sarlink thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) are said to provide the first practical alternative to EPDM foam or sponge in automotive seals, construction weatherstripping, gaskets, and other profiles requiring high resilience.
A TPV used for three years in bumper extensions on selected Renault and Volkswagen models is now expected to be in wider demand by the auto industry.
Transparent material is softest yet and aims at skin-contact applications.