Thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) are a class of copolymers or a physical mix of polymers (usually a plastic and a rubber) which consist of materials with both thermoplastic and elastomeric properties. Thermoplastic elastomers show both advantages typical of rubbery materials and plastic materials.


  • dynamically crosslinked styrene elastomer.
  • available in a wide range of hardness, starting from a super-soft hardness of HDA3.
  • Provides superior hest resistance and oil resistance
  • Use in daily supplies, industrial parts, automobiles, and building materials

Hyperalloy Actymer

  • With unique alloying technology, Actymer was successfully blended with urethane, polyester, and nylon elastomers.
  • Has superior wear resistance, chemical resistance, oil resistance, and heat resistance.
  • Use by affixing it to ABS-PC and other materials.


  • Through the use of Actymer’s dynamic-crosslink technology.
  • Extraordinary oil resistance
  • Non-halogen
  • Fire resistant
  • Trinity FR: use in environmental friendly wires.


  • Styrene elastomer
  • Use for parts related to fields of medicine, foodstuffs, and infant products.

Multiuse Leostome

  • An oledin elastomer
  • Used as a PCV substitute in a wide range of applications.


  • A dynamically crosslinked olefin elastomer
  • Urethane costing can be done to the easy-to-apply type without preprocessing