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Neuthane 100 and 2100 Series 

 

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TDS 100 & 2100 Series V8

 

 
High Performance Cast Elastomers    
Neuthane 100 Series TDI - PTMEG Ether Prepolymers (72 - 85 Shore A)

Properties

The Neuthane 100 series are high performance TDI – PTMEG ether prepolymers designed to produce items for use in arduous application areas.

They offer:

  • a high level of physical properties
  • very good dynamic performance
  • good hydrolysis resistance
  • ease of use
  • low viscosity
  • choice of normal or long pot life grades
  • hardness range from 70A-95A

 

Typical Applications

  • Wheels (e.g. fork truck, pallet truck and press-on bands)
  • High load roller coverings (e.g. steel & paper industry)
  • Mining and quarrying (e.g. screen decks)
  • Hydrocyclones
  • Oil and gas industry (e.g. gaskets)
  • Automotive (e.g. suspension bushes)
  • Pipe-linings
  • Metal Finishing (e.g. vibration bowls)

 

Processing can be by hand or by dispensing machine

Hand Processing

  • Melt prepolymer at 50-70°C for 12-24 hours (as a guide the grades with the lower NCO value will take longer to melt than those with higher NCO values)
  • Heat the prepolymer and curative to the recommended temperature
  • Add pigments and Antifoam, as applicable, whilst mixing
  • It is recommended that air be removed from the prepolymer under vacuum prior to addition of the curative
  • Add the curative and thoroughly mix ensuring that no unmixed material is left on the container sides (if necessary the mix can be transferred to a second clean container and mixed again)
  • Remove air under vacuum
  • Cast into moulds, preheated to the recommended temperature
  • Cure as recommended

Processing 

  • Avoid prolonged storage of prepolymers at elevated temperatures. This will result in low hardness and lower properties of the cured material
  • Avoid moisture contamination of all materials
  • Part used containers should be flushed with dry nitrogen and resealed immediately after use
  • ‘LV’ grades available for certain hardness’s allowing easier processing due to lower viscosity

Alternatives

  • Solvents/Abrasion
    - ester based systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 200 [TDI] or NEUTHANE 700 [MDI]
  • Humid/Wet
    - MDI or Aliphatic Isocyanate based systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 600 [MDI] or NEUTHANE 500 [Aliphatic]
  • Resilience
    – improvements can be achieved with MDI based systems: NEUTHANE 600HR
  • Cost
    – NEUTHANE 100 [PTMEG/PPG], NEUTHANE 300 [PPG] or NEUTHANE200 [Ester] can be considered

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NEUTHANE 100 Series TDI - PTMEG Ether Prepolymers (72 - 85 Shore A)

NEUTHANE 122 122 122MVL 128S 128S 128 128 132S  132S
%NCO (mid-point) % 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8 3.2 3.2
Curative MOCA CA6 CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA  CA6
Recommended Stoichiometry % 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95
Mix Ratio Curative per 100 Parts Resin by weight 6.6 5.3 5.3 8.5 6.8 8.5 6.8 9.7 7.7
Resin Temperature °C 80 80 80 75 70 - 80 75 70-80 75 75
Curative Temperature °C 110 20-25 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25
Recommended Mould Temperature °C 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Resin Viscosity (100°C/Process Temperature) cPs 840/1350 840/1350 400/940 800/1202 1000/1205 920/1340 920/1340 420/980 420/980
Pot life (on a 500g mix) minutes 15 12 10 18 12 13 17
Recommended Cure Temperature / Time °C / hrs 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90/16 90 / 16 90 / 16
   
Hardness DIN 2240-91 Shore A 78 72 71 83 80 84 81 85 85
DIN 2240-91 Shore D - - - - - - -
100% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
510
(3.5)
500
(3.4)
468
(3.2)
700
(4.8)
658
(4.5)
810
(5.6)
763
(5.3)
840
(5.8)
914
(6.3)
300% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
840
(5.8)
900
(6.2)
816
(5.6)
1340
(9.2)
1250
(8.6)
1450
(10.0)
1350
(9.3)
1600
(11)
1500
(10.3)
Tensile Strength BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
4000
(27.6)
3700
(25.8)
2440
(16.8)
4150
(28.6)
3300
(22.8)
4500
(31.0)
4200
(29.1)
4200
(23.0)
2520
(17.4)
Elongation at Break BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 % 600 630 594 530 400 510 506 510 434
Tear Strength BS 903 Pt A3 - ISO 34-1 lb/in
(KN/m)
370
(64.8)
360
(63.0)
338
(59.3)
400
(70.1)
360
(63.0)
420
(73.5)
421
(73.6)
380
(66.5)
413
(72.5)
Compression Set BS903 Pt A6 - ISO 815 % 22 27 30 30 34 25 25 38 32
Abrasion loss DIN 53516 mm³ 32 52 12 48 13 38 10 59 25
Resilience ASTM D 2632-92 % 59 62 68 54 62 63 65 46 58
Specific Gravity g/cm³ 1.05 1.05 1.03 1.06 1.01 1.06 1.02 1.07 1.05
Neuthane 132 132 143S 143S 143 143 150S 150S
%NCO (mid-point) % 3.2 3.2 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 5.0 5.0
Curative MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6
Recommended Stoichiometry % 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95
Mix Ratio Curative per 100 Parts Resin by weight 9.7 7.7 13.0 10.4 13.0 13.0 15.1 12.1
Resin Temperature °C 75 75 75 75 75 75 70 70
Curative Temperature °C 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25
Recommended Mould Temperature °C 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Resin Viscosity (100°C /Process Temperature) cPs 770 / 1800 770 / 1800 430 / 1000 580 / 1000 430 / 2125 430 / 2125 250 / 750 250 / 750
Pot life (on a 500g mix) minutes 11 12 10 7 9
Recommended Cure Temperature / Time °C / hrs 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16
   
Hardness DIN 2240-91 Shore A 85 87 90 89 90 88 92 92
DIN 2240-91 Shore D - - 37 - 37 - 40 40
100% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
790
(5.5)
815 1260
(8.7)
1360
(9.4)
1320
(9.1)
1060
(7.3)
1510
(10.4)
1400
(9.7)
300% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
1600
(11)
1400 3000
(20.7)
2380
(16.4)
2950
(20.3)
1500
(10.3)
3100
(21.0)
2050
(14.1)
Tensile Strength BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
5300
(36.6)
4030 6600
(45.5)
3940
(27.2)
6200
(42.7)
4830
(33.3)
6350
(43.8)
5110
(35.2)
Elongation at Break BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 % 530 519 410 394 400 612 420 496
Tear Strength BS 903 Pt A3 - ISO 34-1 lb/in
(KN/m)
470
(82.4)
503 500
(87.7)
440
(77.0)
510
(89.3)
566
(99.0)
510
(89.3)
561
(98.1)
Compression Set BS903 Pt A6 - ISO 815 % 29 28 30 34 29 46 30 49
Abrasion loss DIN 53516 mm³ 43 20 34 34 29 40 34 34
Resilience ASTM D 2632-92 % 54 65 43 54 47 52 45 44
Specific Gravity g/cm³ 1.06 1.01 1.09 1.09 1.09 1.07 1.10 1.07

 

 
High Performance Cast Elastomers    
Neuthane 100 Series TDI - PTMEG Ether Prepolymers (94 - 95 Shore A)
NEUTHANE 155S 155S 155 155 163S 163S 163
%NCO (mid-point) % 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 6.3 6.3 6.3
Curative MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA
Recommended Stoichiometry % 95  95  95  95 95 95 95
Mix Ratio Curative per 100 Parts Resin by weight 16.5 13.3 16.5 13.3 19.0 15.2 19.0
Resin Temperature °C 70 70 70 70 70 70 70
Curative Temperature °C 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25 110
Recommended Mould Temperature °C 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Resin Viscosity (100°C / Process Temperature) cps 250/860 250/860 280/890 250/890 270/600 270/600 270/600
Pot life (on a 500g mix) minutes 7 3 5 3 5 5 3.5
Recommended Cure Temperature / Time °C / hrs 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16
   
Hardness DIN 2240-91 Shore A 94 95 94 94 95 95 95
DIN 2240-91 Shore D 43 47 43 43 47 47 47
100% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
1730
(11.9)
1570
(10.8)
1820
(12.6)
1740
(12.0)
2250
(15.5)
2060
(14.2)
2210
(15.2)
300% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
4530
(31.2)
3360
(23.2)
4180
(28.8)
3540
(24.4)
5250
(36.2)
3700
(25.5)
5250
(36.2)
Tensile Strength BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
6660
(45.9)
5820
(40.3)
6300
(45.9)
7000
(48.3)
6580
(45.4)
6700
(46.2)
6580
(45.4)
Elongation at Break BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 % 380 375 400 407 350 400 400
Tear Strength BS 903 Pt A3 - ISO 34-1 lb/in
(KN/m)
560
(98.0)
572
(100.4)
570
(99.8)
580
(101.8)
575
(100.6)
660
(115.5)
575
(100.6)
Compression Set BS903 Pt A6 - ISO 815 % 30 40 28 28 31 34 32
Abrasion loss DIN 53516 mm³ 34 50 31 30 36 53.5 36
Resilience ASTM D 2632-92 % 47 47 44 45 44 42 47
Specific Gravity g/cm³ 1.11 1.07 1.11 1.08 1.12 1.06 1.12
 
High Performance Cast Elastomers    
Neuthane 100LV Series Low Viscosity TDI - PTMEG Ether Prepolymers (80 Shore A - 75 Shore D)
NEUTHANE 128SLV 128LVT 128SLV 141SLV 143SLV 143SLV 164LV 164LV 2192LV 2192LV
%NCO (mid-point) % 2.8 2.8 2.8 4.1 4.3 4.3 6.4 6.4 9.2 9.2
Curative MOCA CA6 CA6 CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6
Recommended Stoichiometry % 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95
Mix Ratio Curative per 100 Parts Resin by weight 8.5 6.8 6.8 9.9 13.0 10.4 19.3 15.5 27.8 22.3
Resin Temperature °C 75 75 75 75 75 75 65 65 55 55
Curative Temperature °C 110 20-25 20-25 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25
Recommended Mould Temperature °C 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Resin Viscosity (100°C / Process Temperature) cPs 350/1380 425/990 350/1380 250/560 250/575 250/575 220/1300 220/1300 150/1185 160/1185
Pot life (on a 500g mix) minutes 18 6 9 6 12 6 4 2.5 2 1.5
Recommended Cure Temperature / Time °C / hrs 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16
   
Hardness DIN 2240-91 Shore A 83 83 81 90 90 91 - - - -
DIN 2240-91 Shore D - - - - 37 - 65 64 75 72
100% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
700
(4.8)
715
(5.0)
690
(4.8)
1360
(9.4)
1260
(8.7)
1010 4100
(27.6)
2680
(18.5)
5450
(37.5)
4100
(28.4)
300% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
1340
(9.2)
1130
(8.0)
1170
(8.1)
2380
(16.4)
2520
(17.4)
1850 6100
(42.0)
5178
(35.7)
- -
Tensile Strength BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
4150
(28.6)
4910
(33.9)
2480
(17.1)
3940
(27.2))
6400
(44.2)
4530 8100
(55.8)
7614
(52.5)
6150
(42.4)
6300
(43.6)
Elongation at Break BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 % 530 661 489 394 420 528 280 300 150 225
Tear Strength BS 903 Pt A3 - ISO 34-1 lb/in
(KN/m)
400
(70.1)
413
(72.5)
418
(73.3)
533
(93.5)
480
(84.0)
509 770
(135.0)
722.2
(127.0)
1050
(7.24)
900
(157.5)
Compression Set BS903 Pt A6 - ISO 815 % 30 29 34 37 31 35 21 - 90 -
Abrasion loss DIN 53516 mm³ 48 18 11 27 35 n.a. 28 40 29 90
Resilience ASTM D 2632-92 % 54 65 68 52 43 50 41 38 44 30
Specific Gravity g/cm³ 1.06 1.02 1.02 1.05 1.09 n.a. 1.14 1.13 1.18 1.18
 
High Performance Cast Elastomers    
Neuthane 100 Series TDI - PTMEG / PPG Ether Prepolymers (82 - 95 Shore A)

Properties

The Neuthane 100 TDI - PTMEG / PPG ether prepolymers are designed to offer a good level of physical properties at a price advantage over pure TDI – PTMEG systems.

They offer:

  • a high level of physical properties
  • very good dynamic performance
  • good hydrolysis resistance
  • ease of use
  • low viscosity
  • choice of normal or long pot life grades
  • hardness range from 70A-95A

Typical Applications

  • Wheels (e.g. pallet truck)
  • Medium load roller coverings (e.g. conveyor rollers for the steel industry)
  • Mining and quarrying (e.g. scraper blades)

Processing can be by hand or by dispensing machine

Hand Processing

  • Melt prepolymer at 50-70°C for 12-24 hours
  • Heat the prepolymer and curative to the recommended temperature
  • Add pigments and Antifoam, as applicable, whilst mixing
  • It is recommended that air be removed from the prepolymer under vacuum prior to addition of the curative
  • Add the curative and thoroughly mix ensuring that no unmixed material is left on the container sides (if necessary the mix can be transferred to a second clean container and mixed again)
  • Remove air under vacuum
  • Cast into moulds, preheated to the recommended temperature
  • Cure as recommended

Processing

  • Avoid prolonged storage of prepolymers at elevated temperatures. This will result in low hardness and lower properties of the cured material
  • Avoid moisture contamination of all materials
  • Part used containers should be flushed with dry nitrogen and resealed immediately after use
  • The development of cure is longer than for pure PTMEG systems so in mould times may need to be extended. Rapid temperature changes during the early stages of cure may result in splits forming in large components.

Alternatives

  • Solvents
    - ester based systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 200 [TDI] or NEUTHANE 700 [MDI]
  • Humid/Wet
    - MDI or Aliphatic Isocyanate based Systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 600 [MDI] or NEUTHANE 500 [Aliphatic]
  • Dynamic
    – pure PTMEG systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 100 [TDI] or NEUTHANE 600 [MDI]
 
High Performance Cast Elastomers
Neuthane 100 Series TDI - PTMEG / PPG Ether Prepolymers (82 - 95 Shore A)
NEUTHANE 127 127 142 142 153 162
%NCO (mid-point) % 2.85 2.85 4.3 4.3 5.5 6.3
Curative MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA MOCA
Recommended Stoichiometry % 95 95 95 95 95 95
Mix Ratio Curative per 100 Parts Resin by weight 8.6 6.9 13.0 10.5 16.6 19.0
Resin Temperature °C 70 70 70 70 70 65
Curative Temperature °C 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 110
Recommended Mould Temperature °C 90 90 90 90 90 90
Resin Viscosity (100°C / Process Temperature) cPs 475/1120 475/1120 285/923 275/923 170/715 140/629
Pot life (on a 500g mix) minutes 10 8 10 7 8 4.5
Recommended Cure Temperature / Time °C / hrs 90 / 16 90/16 90 / 16 90/16 90 / 16 90 / 16
   
Hardness DIN 2240-91 Shore A 82 80 90 88 93 95
DIN 2240-91 Shore D - - - - - -
100% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
640
(4.4)
637
(4.4)
1150
(7.9)
1060
(7.3)
1630
(11.2)
1900
(13.1)
300% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
1000
(6.9)
940
(6.5)
2180
(15.0)
1580
(10.9)
3470
(23.9)
4720
(32.5)
Tensile Strength BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
3500
(24.1)
3370
(23.2)
5050
(34.8)
3740
(25.7)
5990
(41.3)
6000
(41.4)
Elongation at Break BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 % 700 792 450 508 390 340
Tear Strength BS 903 Pt A3 - ISO 34-1 lb/in
(KN/m)
380
(66.5)
376
(65.7)
400
(70.1)
36
(6.3)
430
(75.3)
460
(80.8)
Compression Set BS903 Pt A6 - ISO 815 % 32 23 39 52 42 41
Abrasion loss DIN 53516 mm³ 55 63 55 101 61 70
Resilience ASTM D 2632-92 % 54 53 40 33 32 39
Specific Gravity g/cm³ 1.06 1.03 1.09 1.07 1.12 1.12

 

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High Performance Cast Elastomers
Neuthane 2100 Series 

Properties

The Neuthane 2100 series are low-odour, high perfomance TDI – PTMEG ether prepolymers designed to produce items for use in arduous application areas.

They offer:

  • low levels of free isocyanate
  • a high level of physical properties
  • very good dynamic performance
  • good hydrolysis resistance
  • ease of use
  • low viscosity
  • hardness range from 85A-95A*

* Lower hardness can be obtained with Neuthane CA curatives. (Details available upon request)

Typical Applications

  • Wheels (e.g. fork truck, pallet truck and press-on bands)
  • High load roller coverings (e.g. steel & paper industry)
  • Mining and quarrying (e.g. screen decks, pipe lining)
  • Hydrocyclones
  • Oil and gas industry (e.g. gaskets)
  • Automotive (e.g. suspension bushes)
  • Metal Finishing (e.g. vibration bowls)

Processing can be by hand or by dispensing machine

Hand Processing

  • Melt prepolymer at 50-70°C for 12-24 hours (as a guide the grades with the lower NCO value will take longer to melt than those with higher NCO values)
  • Heat the prepolymer and curative to the  recommended temperature
  • Add pigments and Antifoam, as applicable, whilst mixing
  • It is recommended that air be removed from the prepolymer under vacuum prior to addition of the curative
  • Add the curative and thoroughly mix ensuring that no unmixed material is left on the container sides (if necessary the mix can be transferred to a second clean container and mixed again)
  • Remove air under vacuum
  • Cast into moulds, preheated to the recommended temperature
  • Cure as recommended

Processing

  • Avoid prolonged storage of prepolymers at elevated temperatures. This will result in low hardness and lower properties of the cured material
  • Avoid moisture contamination of all materials
  • Part used containers should be flushed with dry nitrogen and resealed immediately after use

Alternatives

  • Solvents
    - ester based systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 200 [TDI] or NEUTHANE 700 [MDI]
  • Humid/Wet
    - MDI or Aliphatic Isocyanate based Systems should be considered: NEUTHANE 600 [MDI] or NEUTHANE 500 [Aliphatic]
  • Resilience
    – improvements can be achieved with MDI based systems: NEUTHANE 600HR [Prepolymer]
  • Cost
    – NEUTHANE100 [PTMEG/PPG], NEUTHANE300 [PPG] or NEUTHANE 200 [Ester] can be considered
 
High Performance Cast Elastomers
Neuthane 2100 Series Low Odour TDI - PTMEG Ether Prepolymers (85 - 95 Shore A - 47 Shore D)
NEUTHANE 2132 2132 2143 2143 2155 2155 2163 2163
%NCO (mid-point) % 3.2 3.2 4.3 4.3 5.5 5.5 6.3 6.3
Curative MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6 MOCA CA6
Recommended Stoichiometry % 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95
Mix Ratio Curative per 100 Parts Resin by weight 9.7 7.7 13.0 10.4 16.6 13.3 19.0 15.3
Resin Temperature °C 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70
Curative Temperature °C 110 110 110 20-25 110 20-25 110 20-25
Recommended Mould Temperature °C 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Resin Viscosity (100°C / Process Temperature) cPs 670 / 1345 670 / 1345 430 / 1146 430 / 1146 210 / 643 210 / 643 250 / 675 250 / 675
Pot life (on a 500g mix) minutes 17 3 10 5 7 5 5 3
Recommended Cure Temperature / Time °C / hrs 90 / 16 90/16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16 90 / 16
   
Hardness DIN 2240-91 Shore A 85 84 90 91 94 94 95 97
DIN 2240-91 Shore D - - 37 38 43 43 47 50
100% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²
(Mpa)
915
(6.3)
803
(5.5)
1320
(9.1)
1300
(9.0)
1850
(12.8)
1590
(11.0)
2660
(18.4)
2010
(13.9)
300% Modulus BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²

(Mpa)

1730
(11.9)
1340
(9.2)
2250
(15.5)
2410
(16.6)
400
(27.6)
3130
(21.6)
5810
(40.0)
4590
(31.6)
Tensile Strength BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 lb/in²

(Mpa)

5650
(38.9)
3010
(20.8)
6910
(47.7)
4540
(31.3)
6970
(48.1)
5220
(36.0)
7100
(49.0)
5810
(40.0)
Elongation at Break BS 903 Pt A2 - ISO 37 % 490 500 400 390 380 377 380 342
Tear Strength BS 903 Pt A3 - ISO 34-1 lb/in
(KN/m)
450
(78.9)
408
(71.3)
490
(85.6)
525
(92.1)
450
(78.9)
537
(93.9)
610
(106.9)
590
(103.5)
Compression Set BS903 Pt A6 - ISO 815 % 30 27 31 29 30 45 28 44
Abrasion loss DIN 53516 mm³ 40 41 34 43 35 45 41 55
Resilience ASTM D 2632-92 % 55 60 44 46 47 45 44 50
Specific Gravity g/cm³ 1.06 1.05 1.10 1.06 1.11 1.07 1.12 1.07

Information contained in the data is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate. Since conditions of use are beyond our control, no warranty is given or implied in respect of any recommendations or suggestions made by ourselves, nor is freedom from patent infringement inferred.