Greene, Tweed & Co. Datasheets for Resins and Compounds

Resins and compounds are used for shape fabrication or bond formation. Types include adhesive, casting, and leveling resins; caulk and grout; and sealants and thread lockers.
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Product Name Notes
NBR/HNBR NBR, or nitrile rubber (also commonly referred to as buna-N rubber or perbunan), is a synthetic rubber copolymer of acrylonitrile (ACN) and butadiene. Higher ACN content yields better resistance...
FFKM, also known as perfluoroelastomer, is a family of elastomeric materials that contains higher amounts of fluorine than FKM, and features higher temperature ratings, up to approximately 325°C. For this...
FKM is the ASTM designation for a class of fluorinated, carbon-based synthetic rubber, commonly known as fluoroelastomer. FKM (commonly referred to as FKM rubber) has impressive heat resistance, allowing FKM...
PEEK material (polyetheretherketon e) is a high-performance, semi-crystalline engineering thermoplastic with outstanding harsh chemical resistance, very low moisture uptake, good fire performance, excellent mechanical strength across a broad temperature range,...
Thermoplastic composites are produced using thermoplastic polymers as matrix materials, which soften upon heating to elevated temperatures for processing, and harden upon cooling. High-performance thermoplastic polymers used for thermoplastic composites...
Thermoplastic polymers are a type of plastic that softens upon heating to elevated temperatures and hardens upon cooling. Thermoplastic polymers may be amorphous or semi-crystalline, with differences in mechanical performance,...