Chlorinated Polyethylene Definition:
Chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) is a saturated polymer material, white powder, non-toxic and odorless in appearance, has excellent weather resistance, ozone resistance, chemical resistance and aging resistance, and has excellent oil resistance, flame retardancy and coloring performance.
Good toughness (flexibility at -30°C), good compatibility with other polymer materials, high decomposition temperature, decomposition to produce HCl, HCl can catalyze the dechlorination reaction of CPE.
Chlorinated polyethylene can be divided into resin-type chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) and elastomer-type chlorinated polyethylene (CM) according to its structure and use.
In addition to being used alone, thermoplastics can also be mixed with resins such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), ABS and polyurethane (PU).
In the rubber industry, CPE can be used as a high-performance, high-quality specialty rubber and can also be combined with ethylene propylene rubber (EPR), butyl rubber (IIR), nitrile rubber (NBR) and chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSM). ) and other rubbers are mixed.