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Is Neoprene a Thermoplastic Elastomer?

No. Elastomer = possesses elasticity. As with most rubbers, neoprene is an elastomer. Thermoplastic = can be melted and re-formed. Neoprene is a thermoset material, which means that it will chemically degrade instead of melting. Full Answer

TR or TPR material for shoe sole?

TR also known as thermoplastic elastomer is a material similar in use like rubber but different in its making. it is used to make the soles of shoes and other such. you can check out online by typing 'thermoplastic elastomer"… Full Answer

What is SJT cord?

Varieties A variety of portable cords, differing in styles, lengths and thicknesses, exist in the marketplace. Common types include Type SJT, SVT, SEOW, SJ, SJOW, SO and SOW. Each has specific applications associated with it. A portable cord is usually… Full Answer

Is polyurethane a plastic?

Plastic is a very generalized term for polymers that can mean either a thermosetting or a thermoplastic Plastic. There is Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE), Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Polypropylene (PPE), Vinyl (V), Styrofoam (Polystyrene), on the thermoplastic… Full Answer

What s inside the earth?

so after many many seconds of research i have come to conclusion that the earth contains the same contents of your everyday sextoy the Dildo which is mostly UR3... made of a variation of soft thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), a mixture… Full Answer

Is the inside of a golf-ball rubber bands?

Not anymore. They used to be, but there has been vast improvements in the rubber and thermoplastic elastomer cores meaning elastic bands are not needed. If you cut open a ball circa 2000 or so there will be bands in… Full Answer