Because of their elastic nature, elastomers produce the most resilient and damage-resistant molded parts. They are extremely resistant to a number of potentially deforming factors including heat, oils, chemicals, abrasion, impacts, extreme weather conditions, and natural wear and tear.
Because of their excellent tensile strength and tear resistance, elastomers are an excellent choice for parts which will frequently experience high speeds, such as the tires and body panels of automobiles and machines. Elastomeric parts will remain strong, functional and even aesthetically pleasing for years and years of sustained use.
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What are Solid Elastomers?
The Solid Elastomer Process
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