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DuPont Elvax® 660 Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate Copolymer Resin

Category Polymer , Thermoplastic , Ethylene Vinyl Acetate , Ethylene Vinyl Acetate; Molded/Extruded
Manufacturer DuPont Packaging and Industrial Polymers
Trade Name Elvax®
Port Ningbo port,China
Trade Terms FOB, CFR, CIF
Payment Terms L/C, T/T, Western Union
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Material Notes:
Elvax resins offer a unique combination of processing and performance characteristics. They provide outstanding toughness and resilience and maintain flexibility over a broad temperature range without the need for plasticizers.Elvax resins can be used alone or to improve the flexibility, resilience and toughness of other resins. Depending on the demands of the particular application, they can be pigmented, foamed, filled, and/or crosslinked. In addition to their performance advantages, Elvax resins are processed easily using conventional thermoplastic processing techniques, i.e., injection molding, extrusion and foaming, as well as rubber processing techniques, i.e., Banbury mixing, foam extrusion and molding.Test specimens except for tensile impact where prepared by compression molding (ASTM D1928, procedure C). Tensile impact samples were injection molded.Processing Information:Molding and ExtrudingModified and unmodified Elvax resins can be processed in conventional thermoplastic and rubber processing equipment. The temperature profile will vary with machine type, size and screw design as well as with part size, thickness or confiation.CompoundingElvax resins are compatible with a variety of other resins and elastomers including polyethylene, polypropylene and styrene-butadiene rubber. Clays and other inorganic fillers can be added to improve abrasion resistance and lower cost.Foaming AgentsElvax resins are readily foamed using chemical or physical blowing agents.Crosslinking AgentsPeroxides such as "Di-Cup"† and "Vul-Cup"† dicumyl peroxide can be used to crosslink or vulcanize Elvax resins.(†Hercules Inc.) Information provided by DuPont.
Physical Properties Metric English Comments
Density 0.933 g/cc
0.0337 lb/in³
Vinyl Acetate Content 12 %
12 %
Melt Index of Compound 2.5 g/10 min
2.5 g/10 min
ASTM D1238
Mechanical Properties Metric English Comments
Hardness, Shore A 95
ASTM D2240
Hardness, Shore D 44
ASTM D2240
Tensile Strength, Ultimate 18.0 MPa
2610 psi
Type IV, crosshead speed 2 in/min; ASTM D638
8.30 MPa

@Temperature 49.0 °C
1200 psi

@Temperature 120 °F
Type IV, crosshead speed 2 in/min; ASTM D638
32.0 MPa

@Temperature -20.0 °C
4640 psi

@Temperature -4.00 °F
Type IV, crosshead speed 2 in/min, at -20°C; ASTM D638
Elongation at Break 750 %
750 %
Type IV, crosshead speed 2 in/min; ASTM D638
500 %

@Temperature -20.0 °C
500 %

@Temperature -4.00 °F
Type IV, crosshead speed 2 in/min, at -20°C; ASTM D638
800 %

@Temperature 49.0 °C
800 %

@Temperature 120 °F
Type IV, crosshead speed 2 in/min; ASTM D638
Modulus of Elasticity 0.0640 GPa
9.28 ksi
0.207 GPa

@Temperature -20.0 °C
30.0 ksi

@Temperature -4.00 °F
Flexural Modulus 0.0700 GPa
10.2 ksi
0.0310 GPa

@Temperature 49.0 °C
4.50 ksi

@Temperature 120 °F
0.317 GPa

@Temperature -20.0 °C
46.0 ksi

@Temperature -4.00 °F
Flexural Stiffness 64.00 MPa
9283 psi
207.0 MPa
30020 psi
Tensile Impact Strength 450 kJ/m²
214 ft-lb/in²
At -20°C; ASTM D1822
505 kJ/m²
240 ft-lb/in²
At 23°C; ASTM D1822
Compression Set 39 %
39 %
Method B, 10 days at 25°C; ASTM D395
86 %

@Temperature 70.0 °C
86 %

@Temperature 158 °F
Method B, 22 hours; ASTM D395
Thermal Properties Metric English Comments
Vicat Softening Point 79.0 °C
174 °F
ASTM D1525
Brittleness Temperature <= -100 °C
<= -148 °F
Processing Properties Metric English Comments
Processing Temperature 121 - 204 °C
250 - 399 °F
Descriptive Properties Value Comments
Cycle time 0.5-2 minutes
Molding, equipment and part design dependent
Vinyl Acetate Content 12 wt.%
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