Santoprene™ 111-35
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Thermoplastic Vulcanizate

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 completely recyclable.
Key Features
  • Recommended for applications requiring excellent flex fatigue resistance.
  • UL listed: file #QMFZ2.E80017, Plastics - Component; file #QMFZ8.E80017, Plastics Certified For Canada - Component.
  • Although not NSF certified, this product has a Material Supplier Form on file with NSF to facilitate its evaluation for use in applications requiring NSF certification.
  • Excellent ozone resistance.
  • Designed for applications requiring high-flow materials.
  • RoHS compliant.
 
General 
Availability 1 
  • Africa & Middle East
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • South America
Applications 
  • Automotive - Plugs, Bumpers, Grommets, Clips
  • Automotive - Seals and Gaskets
  • Consumer - Electronics
  • General Purpose
  • Printers
  • Seals and Gaskets
  • Soft Touch Grips
  • Sporting Goods
Uses 
  • Automotive Applications
  • Cell Phones
  • Construction Applications
  • Gaskets
  • Printer Parts
  • Seals
  • Sporting Goods
Agency Ratings 
  • EU Annex XVII of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006
  • UL QMFZ2
  • UL QMFZ8
RoHS Compliance 
  • RoHS Compliant
Automotive Specifications 
  • CHRYSLER MS-AR100 AMN
  • FORD WSD-M2D378-A4
  • GM GMN3927
  • GM GMP.E/P.097
 
UL File Number 
  • E80017
Color 
  • Black
Form(s) 
  • Pellets
Processing Method 
  • Injection Molding
  • Multi Injection Molding
 
Revision Date 
  • 01/22/2013
 
Physical
Typical Value
Unit
Test Based On
Specific Gravity
0.950
 
ASTM D792
Density
0.950
g/cm³
ISO 1183
 
Hardness
Typical Value
Unit
Test Based On
Shore Hardness (Shore A, 15 sec, 73°F, 0.0787 in)
38
 
ISO 868
 
Elastomers
Typical Value
Unit
Test Based On
Tensile Stress at 100% - Across Flow (73°F)
145
psi
ASTM D412
Tensile Stress at 100% - Across Flow (73°F)
145
psi
ISO 37
Tensile Strength at Break - Across Flow (73°F)
421
psi
ASTM D412
Tensile Stress at Break - Across Flow (73°F)
421
psi
ISO 37
Elongation at Break - Across Flow (73°F)
330
%
ASTM D412
Tensile Strain at Break - Across Flow (73°F)
330
%
ISO 37
Tear Strength - Across Flow (73°F, Die C)
57.1
lbf/in
ASTM D624
Tear Strength - Across Flow (73°F, Method Bb, Angle (Nicked))
57
lbf/in
ISO 34-1
Compression Set
  ASTM D395B
73°F, 22.0 hr, Type 1
10
%
 
257°F, 70.0 hr, Type 1
31
%
 
Compression Set
  ISO 815
73°F, 22.0 hr, Type A
10
%
 
257°F, 70.0 hr, Type A
31
%
 
 
Thermal
Typical Value
Unit
Test Based On
Brittleness Temperature
-81
°F
ASTM D746
Brittleness Temperature
-81
°F
ISO 812
 
Injection
Typical Value
Unit
 
Drying Temperature
180
°F
 
Drying Time
3.0
hr
 
Suggested Max Moisture
0.080
%
 
Suggested Max Regrind
20
%
 
Rear Temperature
350 to 380
°F
 
Middle Temperature
355 to 390
°F
 
Front Temperature
355 to 400
°F
 
Nozzle Temperature
375 to 445
°F
 
Processing (Melt) Temp
380 to 465
°F
 
Mold Temperature
50.0 to 125
°F
 
Injection Rate
Fast
 
 
Back Pressure
50.0 to 100
psi
 
Screw Speed
100 to 200
rpm
 
Clamp Tonnage
3.0 to 5.0
tons/in²
 
Cushion
0.125 to 0.250
in
 
Screw L/D Ratio
16.0:1.0 to 20.0:1.0
 
 
Screw Compression Ratio
2.0:1.0 to 2.5:1.0
 
 
Vent Depth
0.0010
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.
 
Aging
Typical Value
Unit
Test Based On
Change in Tensile Strength in Air
-29
%
ASTM D573
Change in Tensile Strength in Air
-29
%
ISO 188
Change in Ultimate Elongation in Air
-1.0
%
ASTM D573
Change in Tensile Strain at Break in Air
-1.0
%
ISO 188
Change in Durometer Hardness in Air
-1.0
 
ASTM D573
Change in Shore Hardness in Air
-1.0
 
ISO 188
 
Flammability
Typical Value
Unit
Test Based On
Flame Rating (0.0591 in)
HB
 
UL 94
 
Additional Information
Values are for injection molded plaques, fan-gated, 102.0 mm x 152.0 mm x 2.0 mm (4.000" x 6.000" x 0.080").
Tensile strength, elongation and tensile stress are measured across the flow direction - ISO type 1, ASTM die C.
Compression set at 25% deflection.
 
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Processing Statement
Desiccant drying for 3 hours at 80°C (180°F) is recommended. Santoprene TPV has a wide temperature processing window from 175 to 230°C (350 to 450°F) and is incompatible with acetal and PVC. For more information, please consult our Material Safety Data Sheet and Injection Molding Guide.
 
Notes
1Product may not be available in one or more countries in the identified Availability regions. Please contact your Sales Representative for complete Country Availability.
 
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