PP/EPDM Compound

Thermoplastic elastomers combine the good process ability of plastics and the mechanical properties of elastomers, which are important for designers of components. These materials are made up of end-blocked thermoplastics and middle-elastic blocks. So according to their structure and behavior, these materials belong to a class that is between plastics (thermoplastics) and robber (elastomers) and gradually created a class of materials for themselves.
In addition to enhancing the performance of the components, with the ability to achieve a wide range of properties, these materials also provide a lot of economic benefits to polymer manufacturers. TPE and TPVs behave like a plastic when heated, and also behave like an elastic as a result of cooling. In elastomers, this behavior is related to the presence of cross-links. While in TPEs and TPVs, this phenomenon is the result of physical bonds, in which any change in the behavior that results from heat will be reversible. In fact, due to the application of heat or shear force, these materials will flow freely and become moldable, and by cooling the materials, there will be physical connections that fix the elastic blocks in a three-dimensional structure. As a result of this, while TPE and TPVs exhibit elastic properties, they can be freely flowable and formable, like thermoplastics.
Polymeri Tadbir Nikan Co. can produce various grades of PP + EPDM for a variety of injection molding, extrusion and blow molding techniques in a wide range of hardness with Shore A and Shore D scales.


– Increased impact resistance even at low temperatures
– Increased toughness
– Ease of processability
– Short process cycle time
– Low energy consumption
– Suitable thermal stability
– The possibility of a multi-stage process that reduces the cost of assembly
– Recyclable
– Excellent resistance against UV, ozone, and other environmental elements
– Resistance to chemicals
– Suitable heat and electricity insulation
– Resistance to chemicals
– Suitable heat and electricity insulation


– Wire and electrical industry
– Auto industry: ( Bumper, car sealing, mud guards and …)