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What is TPE?

“TPE” stands for Thermoplastic Elastomer. TPE is a type of material that combines the characteristics of thermoplastics and elastomers. It exhibits the flexibility and elasticity of rubber, while also being melt-processable like plastics. TPEs are used in a wide range of applications where both the soft, flexible nature of rubber and the ease of processing of plastics are required.

TPE Information

Process: Injection Molding

Colors: Custom Colors

Tolerance: ±0.5mm

Price: Depend on performance requirements

Application: automotive, consumer goods, medical devices, electronics, packaging, and more.

Recommended Wall Thickness: 1mm-10mm or even thicker

TPE Properties

The specific type of TPE selected depends on the desired properties, application requirements, and processing methods. The table below shows the typical properties.

Density (g/cm³)


Hardness (Shore A)20 – 90
Tensile Strength (MPa)


Elongation at Break (%)Excellent
Tear Strength (N/mm)Good
Abrasion ResistanceVaries
Temperature Range (°C)-40 to 100
Electrical InsulationGood
Chemical ResistanceVaries
Solvent ResistanceVaries
Oil ResistanceVaries
Adhesion to MetalsGood
Compression SetVaries
UV and Weather ResistanceGood

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