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Flexalloy® 9100-65
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Producer: 
Teknor Apex
Brand: 
Flexalloy
Flexalloy® 9100-65 is a Polyvinyl Chloride Elastomer (PVC Elastomer) material. It is available in Africa & Middle East, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, or North America for extrusion or injection molding.Important attributes of Flexalloy® 9100-65 are: Eco-Friendly/Green Heat Resistant High Molecular Weight Weather Resistant Typical applications include: Hose/Tubing Consumer Goods Containers Engineering/Industrial Parts Film

Flexalloy® 9100-65

Producer: 
Teknor Apex
Brand: 
Flexalloy
Flexalloy® 9100-65 is a Polyvinyl Chloride Elastomer (PVC Elastomer) material. It is available in Africa & Middle East, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, or North America for extrusion or injection molding.Important attributes of Flexalloy® 9100-65 are: Eco-Friendly/Green Heat Resistant High Molecular Weight Weather Resistant Typical applications include: Hose/Tubing Consumer Goods Containers Engineering/Industrial Parts Film
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Physical Form
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Density / Specific Gravity1.15g/cm3ASTM D792
Molding Shrinkage - Flow0.010 to 0.025in/inASTM D955
Mechanical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Tensile Strength at Break2100psiASTM D638
Tensile Strength at 100% Strain760psiASTM D638
Tensile Elongation at Break3.6-ASTM D412
Compression Set (158°F, 22 hr)0.55-ASTM D395
Compression Set (73°F)0.23-ASTM D395
Durometer Hardness (Shore A, 15 sec)65-ASTM D2240
Tear Strength205Ppi
Thermal Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Brittleness Temperature-58°CASTM D746, ISO 812
Continuous Use Temperature176°FASTM D794
Processing Information (Injection Molding)
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Rear Temperature350 to 380°F
Middle Temperature350 to 380°F
Front Temperature350 to 380°F
Mold Temperature75 to 125°F
Screw L/D Ratio20.0:1.0 to 24.0:1.0-
Screw Compression Ratio2.0:1.0 to 3.0:1.0-
Back Pressure50.0 to 150psi
Suggested Max Regrind0.2-
Physical Form
Pellets