Thermoplastic elastomers SolPlast 2K/FR


Is a trade name for thermoplastic elastomer compounds (TPE-S), created through a well- known compounding of polyolefins (PP,PE,…), EVA and additives with SBS, SEEPS or SEBS block copolymers.

Resistance to:

  • Resistance to acids, bases and all aqueous solutions is EXCELLENT.
  • Resistance to alcohols and glycols is MEDIUM – GOOD.
  • Resistance to aromatic hydrocarbons, fat and oil is POOR.

Resistance increases with series going upwards (7000 < 8000 < 9000 < 10000).
All “SOLPLAST” grades have a good electric-volume resistance; more than 1012 Ωcm.
For colouring, colour masterbatches based on polyolefin (PE, PP) are recommended.

SOLPLAST can be processed through the typical thermoplastic technologies like , such as:

  • Injection moulding,
  • Extrusion,
  • Blow moulding,
  • Calendering,
  • Thermoforming.

Usually, pre-drying of SOLPLAST materials is not required before processing, apart from some special grades like SOLPLAST co-moulding grades of the 9000 D0, 9000 D and 9000 D1 series, which should be
pre-dried for ca. 3 – 5 hours at about 70 – 80 °C.


  • On soft grades usually from 2.0 to 3.0 %,
  • On medium grades to hard grades from 1.5 to 2.5 % and
  • On very hard grades 1.0 do 1.5 %.

General processing parameters:

  • Processing temperature: between 170 and 230°C
  • Plasticizing speed: high
  • Injection speed: medium-high
  • Injection pressure medium-low

Our SOLPLAST grades also meet next requirements:

  • European Norm SIST EN 71-3:2013 Safety of toys – part 3: Migration of certain elements
  • DIRECTIVE 2003/11/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 6 February 2003 amending for the 24th time Council Directive 76/769/EEC relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (pentabromodiphenyl ether, octabromo-diphenyl ether)
  • COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 1881/2006 of 19th December 2006 setting maximum levels for certain contaminants in foodstuffs – PAHs (Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) statement
  • REACH regulations according to last updated list on 8th May 2018
  • RoHS 2( 2011/65/EU )
  • COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food
  • FDA regulation (Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, (21 CFR), Food and Drug, USA) for contact with fatty foods

Do not use SOLPLAST materials in food contact applications intended for long term direct contact with oils or fats.

SERIES 12000 2K/FR 2V0

Technical compounds with HALOGEN – FREE FLAME RETARDANT based on SEEPS or SEBS block copolymers for 2k injection moulding and co-extrusion on wide range of polar and non-polar engineering resins, with excellent UV stability and service temperatures between – 40 to + 90°C.

  • Different physical characteristics and optics, depending on purpose of use.
  • Passess UL 94, Flammability-Vertical burning test on 3,2 mm thickness.
  • Excellent UV stability.
  • Potential in all applications that require resistance to fire and 2k adhesion on wide range of polar and non-polar engineering resins.
  • Suitable for injection moulding and extrusion.
  • Service temperatures are between -40 to +90°C.
(g/10 min)
Vertical burning test 
(UL 94/3,2mm)
12000 2K/FR V0
2K / Halogen – free injection moulding and extrusion701,2028,0V – 0