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Santoprene™ 111-35 Data Sheet

Thermoplastic Vulcanizate

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Product Description
A soft, black, versatile thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) in the thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) family. This material combines good physical properties and chemical resistance for use in a wide range of injection molding applications. This grade of Santoprene TPV is shear-dependent and can be processed on conventional thermoplastics equipment for injection molding. It is polyolefin based and recyclable within the manufacturing stream.
General  
Material Status 
  • Commercial: Active
Availability 
  • Africa & Middle East
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
Features 
  • Fatigue Resistant
  • Good Chemical Resistance
  • Good Dimensional Stability
  • Good Flow
  • Good Moldability
  • Low Compression Set
  • Ozone Resistant
  • Recyclable Material
  • Soft
Uses 
  • Automotive Applications
  • Cell Phones
  • Construction Applications
  • Gaskets
  • Printer Parts
  • Seals
  • Sporting Goods
Agency Ratings 
RoHS Compliance 
Automotive Specifications 
 
UL File Number 
  • E80017
Appearance 
  • Black
Forms 
  • Pellets
Processing Method 
  • Injection Molding
  • Multi Injection Molding
 
Physical
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Specific Gravity
     
--
 
ASTM D792
--
g/cm³
ISO 1183
Elastomers
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Tensile Stress - Across Flow (100% Strain, 73°F)
psi
ASTM D412, ISO 37
Tensile Strength - Across Flow (Break, 73°F)
psi
ASTM D412, ISO 37
Tensile Elongation - Across Flow (Break, 73°F)
%
ASTM D412, ISO 37
Tear Strength - Across Flow
     
73°F 2
lbf/in
ASTM D624
73°F 3
lbf/in
ISO 34-1
Compression Set
     
73°F, 22 hr 4
%
ASTM D395B
257°F, 70 hr 4
%
ASTM D395B
73°F, 22 hr 5
%
ISO 815
257°F, 70 hr 5
%
ISO 815
Hardness
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Shore Hardness (Shore A, 15 sec, 73°F, 0.0787 in)
 
ISO 868
Thermal
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Brittleness Temperature
°F
ASTM D746, ISO 812
Aging
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Change in Tensile Strength in Air (302°F, 168 hr)
%
ASTM D573, ISO 188
Change in Ultimate Elongation in Air (302°F, 168 hr)
%
ASTM D573, ISO 188
Change in Durometer Hardness in Air (Shore A, 302°F, 168 hr)
 
ASTM D573, ISO 188
Change in Tensile Strength
    ASTM D471, ISO 1817
73°F, 168 hr, in Acetic Acid
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Cyclohexane
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Detergent (Tide), 2.5%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Ethanol, 95%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Hydrochloric Acid, 10%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Isopropyl Alcohol
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Methylethylketone
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Chloride, 15%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Hydroxide, 50%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sulfuric Acid, 98%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Trichloroethylene
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in Deionized Water
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
257°F, 70 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
257°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
Change in Ultimate Elongation
    ASTM D471, ISO 1817
73°F, 168 hr, in Acetic Acid
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Cyclohexane
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Detergent (Tide), 2.5%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Ethanol, 95%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Hydrochloric Acid, 10%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Isopropyl Alcohol
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Methylethylketone
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Chloride, 15%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Hydroxide, 50%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sulfuric Acid, 98%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Trichloroethylene
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in Deionized Water
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
257°F, 70 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
257°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
Change in Durometer Hardness
    ASTM D471, ISO 1817
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Acetic Acid
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Cyclohexane
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Detergent (Tide), 2.5%
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Ethanol, 95%
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Hydrochloric Acid, 10%
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Isopropyl Alcohol
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Methylethylketone
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Chloride, 15%
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Hydroxide, 50%
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Sulfuric Acid, 98%
 
 
Shore A, 73°F, 168 hr, in Trichloroethylene
 
 
Shore A, 212°F, 168 hr, in Deionized Water
 
 
Shore A, 212°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
 
 
Shore A, 257°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
 
 
Change in Mass
    ASTM D471
73°F, 168 hr, in Acetic Acid
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Cyclohexane
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Detergent (Tide), 2.5%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Ethanol, 95%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Hydrochloric Acid, 10%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Isopropyl Alcohol
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Methylethylketone
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Chloride, 15%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Hydroxide, 50%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Sulfuric Acid, 98%
%
 
73°F, 168 hr, in Trichloroethylene
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in Deionized Water
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
257°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
Change in Mass
    ISO 1817
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Methylethylketone
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Isopropyl Alcohol
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Trichloroethylene
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Cyclohexane
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Hydroxide, 50%
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Sodium Chloride, 15%
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Hydrochloric Acid, 10%
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Ethanol, 95%
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Detergent (Tide), 2.5%
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in Deionized Water
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Acetic Acid
%
 
73.4°F, 168 hr, in Sulfuric Acid, 98%
%
 
212°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
257°F, 168 hr, in IRM 903 Oil
%
 
Change in Volume (257°F, 70 hr, in IRM 903 Oil)
%
ASTM D471, ISO 1817
Flammability
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Flame Rating (0.0591 in)
 
UL 94
Additional Information
Where applicable, test results based on fan gated, injection molded plaques.
Tensile strength, elongation and tensile stress are measured across the flow direction - ISO type 1, ASTM die C.
Compression set at 25% deflection.
Legal Statement
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Related Terminology
This supplier and product may also be known by these terms: Exxon, Exxon Mobil, Exxon Mobile, Advanced Elastomer Systems, AES, Santroprene
Features
Features may also be described by the following terms: Good Chemical Resistance, Chemical Resistant, Low Compression Set, Good Dimensional Stability, Dimensionally Stable, Good Flow, Good Moldability.
Uses
Uses may also be described by the following terms: Automotive Applications, Automotive Sector, Cell Phones, Cellular Telephone, Gaskets, Gasketing.
Automotive Specifications
This plastic material has approval for 4 automotive specifications from the following agencies (the number in parentheses shows the number of specifications for that agency): FORD (1), CHRYSLER (1), GM (2).
Agency Ratings
This plastic material has 3 certifications from the following agencies (the number in parentheses shows the number of certifications for that agency): EU (1), UL (2).
Available Documents
Processing - Design Guide (English)
Technical Datasheet
Injection
Nominal Value
Unit
 
Drying Temperature
°F
 
Drying Time
hr
 
Suggested Max Moisture
%
 
Suggested Max Regrind
%
 
Rear Temperature
°F
 
Middle Temperature
°F
 
Front Temperature
°F
 
Nozzle Temperature
°F
 
Processing (Melt) Temp
°F
 
Mold Temperature
°F
 
Injection Rate
 
 
Back Pressure
psi
 
Screw Speed
rpm
 
Clamp Tonnage
tons/in²
 
Cushion
in
 
Screw L/D Ratio
 
 
Screw Compression Ratio
 
 
Vent Depth
in
 
Injection Notes
Santoprene TPV is incompatible with acetal and PVC. For more information regarding processing and mold design, please consult our Injection Molding Guide.
Notes
1Typical properties: these are not to be construed as specifications.
2Die C
3Method Bb, Angle (Nicked)
4Type 1
5Type A
 
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