SBS – Styrenbutadienstyren styrene butadiene styrene .

Application: Components for the automotive industry include. bellows for brake amplifiers, radiator hoses and bulkhead penetrations from the cabin to the engine compartment, wheels and profiles for vacuum cleaners medical articles, sport and leisure, toys, electronics and bellows to cover the connections between electrical devices.

Used for soft objects in the industry and in cars, where you used to spend vulcanized rubber. Used for non-slip handles on tools

Roofing materials with asphalt and glass fibers.

Compounderings- and indfarvningsmuligheder: TPE can be compounded with fillers, minerals, flame retardants and various reinforcement materials.

TPE can be colored with certain limitations due. own color.

dipping: For small series and topics suitable for dipping, this manufacturing procedure used to advantage. Utility costs associated with dipping is small.

Colors: opal white. SBS can be colored with some limitations due to their own color.

processing operations: SBS can be processed by injection molding, extrusion, blow molding, rotationsstøbning og termoformning.

Trade names: Dryflex. / Tagmaterialer = DynaPly® – DynaKap® – FR. – DynaMax™ – cushion Glass® 30 FR

History: I 1961 developed Shell Chemical Co.. den første styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS) polymer. I 1970 introduced a French company is the first asphalt roofing membrane reinforced with SBS.

Category: thermoplastic elastomer (TPE).

Chemical resistance: Not resistant to prolonged exposure of oil and grease.

Thermoplastic materials generally have properties equal to gum. Some materials have even better resistance to oil- and petroleum potent liquids.

Chemical structure: TPE-S: Styrene block copolymers with the starting styrene, butadiene, and ethylene. Densitet i kg/m3 = 900 -1200

Mechanical properties: Can be molded as soft as Shore 10A down to and up to a hardness of Shore 60D. General properties at the height of the rubber.

Injection molding: Simpler manufacturing process than rubber, but higher tool costs.

Welding: Heat Mirror

Thermal Properties. Use of -50 to 60º C.

UV- Stability: Call


Thermoforming (Termoformning): Excellent.