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New ‘Universal TPE’ Polymer Compounds Survive in Harsh Environments

S&E Specialty Polymers has announced the launch of a new family of ‘Universal TPE’ compounds.  These compounds, which come under the company’s TufFlex™, TufFill™ and TufPrene™ brands, are specifically designed to survive the harshest environments for Wire and Cable Industry applications.

These new compounds represent S&E’s continued emphasis on R&D, a commitment by the company to work closely with its customers to provide unique compound formulations that actually exceed the performance ch…

postNew Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) Compounds for Wire & Cable and Other Applications

New Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) Compounds for Wire & Cable and Other Applications

After several years of extensive research and development, S&E Specialty Polymers has introduced six new thermoplastic and thermoset CPE-based compounds. These compounds cover the majority of wire & cable industry needs, and are excellent candidates for the replacement of many engineering type polymers and rubber due to exceptional chemical and heat resistance, a wide range of continuous temperature use (from -50 C – 105 C), as well as other properties.

The new S&E TufTechTM and TufGuardTM CPE compounds c…

postNew Family of TufFill™ LSOH TPO Compounds Provide Wire & Cable Manufacturers with Improved Properties

New Family of TufFill™ LSOH TPO Compounds Provide Wire & Cable Manufacturers with Improved Properties

S&E Specialty Polymers LLC, a leading producer of specialty plastic compounds, has introduced a new family of TufFill™ non-halogen TPO compounds primarily designed for use in the wire & cable market.  The new polyolefin based TufFill™ NH GTPO 8291 IT family features a wide range of unique properties including:

-Intumescent flame retardant – low smoke zero halogen material

-Highly flexible, durometer of 82 Shore “A” to 60 Shore “D”

-Temperature rated to 105° C

-28-47 Limiting Oxygen Index (LOI)

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