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The advantages and disadvantages of TPR soles

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TPR material is a kind of thermoplastic rubber material. In addition to the properties of rubber, TPR material can also be processed and recycled according to thermoplastics. It can be made into rubber by injection molding, extrusion molding, blow molding and other methods by ordinary plastic machines. TPR particles have a bright surface and reflect light.


TPR sole has the advantages of easy shaping, low price, light and comfortable sole, high elasticity, easy staining, good air permeability, high strength, and very low temperature resistance, high friction coefficient, strong grip and other advantages.


TPR sole is a new type of environmentally friendly thermoplastic rubber material mixed with SBS as the basic material. The processing technology is simple, and it can be injection molded after heating, and it can be formed at one time.

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