Johor Bahru, a Pingtapi -Plastic elastic elastable rubber TPV jointly developed by DuPont and Exxon Mobilized Chemical, can be used for automotive sealing of the car connection mold. Johor Bahru, a Pingtapi -Plastic elastic elastable rubber TPV jointly developed by DuPont and Exxon Mobilized Chemical, can be used for automotive sealing of the car connection mold. The DuPont Transportation \u0026 IndustRIAL has recently announced a joint research results with the special elastic body department of Exxonmobil Chemical. The Johor Bahru, which are jointly developed, can be used to seal the corner of the automotive angle module. By using DuPont’s silicone -based additives to replace the traditional organic cooling additives, the two companies have developed a new generation of Shandu TPV cards. The adhesion of the new brand number and the ethylene-acryl-dizide monomer (EDPM) rubber matrix is \u200b\u200bimproved, and the friction coefficient (COF) is reduced, so that it has higher anti-slip performance when opening and closing the doors and windows. New Shandu Ping TPV B260 series products also provide improved liquidity, abrasion resistance and ultraviolet (UV) light stability. In order to meet the customer’s demand for improving angle mold seals, the ExMobil Chemical Corporation improves the adhesion of Shandu Ping TPV and EDPM rubber while improving the sliding performance. However, reducing friction coefficients to improve slide performance will have a negative effect on bonding. ExMobil Chemical cooperates with DuPont to explore the use of its advanced silicon -based additives. This additive is expected to surpass the organic additives commonly used by Emekon Mobil Chemical in terms of performance. \”The results of our successful cooperation with ExMobil Chemical Corporation will not release cutting -edge TPV products.\” CHRISTOPHE PAULO, the marketing manager of DuPont, said, \”It also lays the foundation for future projects and uses the unique attributes of organic silicon technology. Let’s solve industry challenges and provide a better consumer experience. \”DuPont Development team found that the synergy between low molecular measuring silicon resin polymers and ultra -high molecular quantitative silicon resin polymers provided the low that Ex SenMobic chemistry is looking for low. The friction coefficient. Compared with organic additives, silicon resin technology provides better smooth performance, and enhances the adhesion performance with EPDM rubber, which is a key factor in achieving secondary formation. In addition, it also supports higher melting flows to improve the easy -to -use and throughput of processing, and has better abrasion resistance to prevent the door from being broken and improving ultraviolet stability to help prevent cracking and discoloration.