Products Feature Variety
OnFlex™ Thermoplastic Elastomers, with their broad range of base chemistries, can make your product perform like nothing else on the market. OnFlex TPEs are designed to meet the requirements and end-use environments in the building and construction, transportation and industrial markets. ONflex
The Versaflex™ line of TPEs represents PolyOne’s dedication to versatility – adaptable formulations that give customers the chance to bring new solutions to their respective markets. Versaflex TPEs can be configured to meet the requirements and end-use needs of markets like healthcare, consumer goods, electrical and electronics, packaging and appliances. VERSAflex
Dynaflex™ and Kraton® TPEs can be easily colored by a variety of techniques to achieve: conventional 0paque colors, high visibility fluorescent bright colors, transparent, translucent, or pearlescent colors, and thermochromatic colors. DYNAflex
Dynalloy™ Thermoplastic Elastomers are based on INFUSE™ olefin block copolymer (OBC) technology licensed from The Dow Chemical Company. Dynalloy grades offer customers a broad array of standard and customized TPE materials for a wide range of applications. DYNalloy
Versalloy™ Thermoplastic Elastomers, which are based on thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) technology, offer all the performance advantages of TPVs with improved processing performance and surface quality compared to standard TPVs. VERSalloy
Versollan™ Thermoplastic Elastomers combine the enhanced performance characteristics of TPUs with the rubbery grip and matte finish of TPEs. This product is designed for thin wall overmolding onto a variety of substrates. VERSollan
This acquisition expands PolyOne’s global footprint and expertise in thermoplastic elastomer innovation and design to drive more value added solutions for you – our customers. We now have a new suite of polymer compounds and formulation expertise to further drive our TPE offerings to our customers as well as provide entry into new applications. Kraton
Geon flexible vinyl formulations can be customized to suit a wide variety of applications: wire and cable, medical products, furniture…etc. Key characteristics include broad hardness range, low temperature flexibility, recyclable, and easy to color…etc. Geon
PLA is drilled from corn and potato which are enriched starch and dissolved by enzymes to glucose, finally compounded with L-lactic fermented by lactic-acid germs. Use several ways to get PLA, for example, heat L=lactic for dehydration to get ring polymers (dehydrated lactic) then by opening the ring and polymerization to get PLA (called L-lactic method or Cargill-Dow method). The former is bigger than the latter in molecular weight. The heat-resistance of PLA is weak, with crystalline speed and brittleness (called triple barriers). If we can promote heat-resistance, crystalline speed, improve brittleness and shorten the cycling time of process for mass production, the PLA will have more competitive advantages in market with its renewable and composted nature. SUPLA