12/4/2020 - Malmö, Sweden - Dryflex HiF is a family of very high melt-flow and scratch resistant TPS-SEBS materials recently launched by polymer compounding group HEXPOL TPE. The grades open possibilities to produce large scale parts via injection moulding, including automotive interior surfaces, trims and skins.
Speaking of the development Dr. Thomas Köppl, group product manager HEXPOL TPE commented; “There are several processing methods and materials on the market that allow production of automotive interior surfaces such as instrument panels and door trims. However, these processes can be costly, and the materials are not recyclable. OEMs are looking to improve their sustainability practices while also managing system costs. This is why we developed Dryflex HiF TPE.”
TPE materials are already widely used in automotive interiors, for example ...