Household

Household

Elastomer is one visco-elasticity polymer which as opposed to common plastics that may be permanently deformed, are able to revert to their original state after being exerted by strain within a certain extent. There are six catalogues: TPE-S and SBC (styrene series), TPO (polyolefin series), TPV (vulcanized rubbers), TPU (polyurethane series), TPE-E (polyester series) and TPE-A (polyamide series). Elastomers can be applied to produce household goods by processing approaches like injection molding, extrusion molding, blow molding, etc. Examples are handles, containers, toys, furniture, decorations and more applications, as well as other usages like waterproof adhesive strips, floors and components of electric appliances, etc. Adding appropriate agents can prolong product shelf life, postpone the issues of color fading and discoloring of products, and keep the products clean and beautiful.