Thermoplastic compounds sometimes referred to as thermoplastic rubbers or thermoplastic
elastomers, are a class of copolymers which consist of materials with both thermoplastic and
Thermoplastic Compounds are easy to use in manufacturing by injection
molding. Thermoplastic compounds show advantages typical of both rubbery materials and plastic
materials. Thermoplastic Compounds materials have the potential to be recyclable since they can
be molded, extruded and reused like plastics, but they have typical elastic properties of rubbers
which are not recyclable owing to their thermosetting characteristics. Thermoplastic Compounds
also require little or no compounding, with no need to add reinforcing agents, stabilizers or cure
systems and can be easily colored by most types of dyes.
Besides that, it consumes less energy
and closer and more economical control of product quality is possible. The disadvantages of
Thermoplastic Compounds relative to conventional rubber or thermoset is the low thermal stability
because Thermoplastic Compounds soften or melt at elevated temperature above which they lose
their rubbery behaviour. The two most important manufacturing methods with Thermoplastic
Compounds are extrusion and injection molding. The processing of the Thermoplastic Compounds
by injection molding is extremely rapid and highly economical.
Goldenplast is a leading global manufacturer of Thermoplastic Compounds. The main applications of this material are directed to the world of shoes and soccer fields. The thermoplastic compounds available are different, it depends on the needs of the customer, the resistance and color. Visit the products section of our website to discover our catalog of Thermoplastic Compounds.
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