Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) Health & EnvironmentChlorinated Polyethylene is a family of thermoplastics. Used as a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), rubber and modifier for resins. Produces toxins when burnt.Chlorinated Polyethylene - CPE - AZoMMainly used as impact modifier for PVC or compounded with LDPE or HDPE film to improve toughness. Films used as pond liners and for agricultural applications.
CPE (Chlorinated Polyethylene) Alloys | Aurora PlasticsCPE is the standardized acronym for thermoplastic chlorinated polyethylene elastomer, which is produced by chlorination of polyethylene.Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) Characteristics and ApplicationAug 22, 2017 — Chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) is a material obtained through the substitution of hydrogen atoms with chlorine atoms in high-density Chlorinated polyethylene - WikipediaChlorinated polyethylene (PE-C or CPE) is an inexpensive variation of polyethylene, where chlorine is substituted for some of the hydrogen atoms.
- CPE Impact Modifier CPE-135A(5% filler )
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