EVA 1012 is commonly used for the production of molded and extruded flexible packaging products and similar goods.
It is recommended that the melt temperature be kept below 210°C as EVA is known to degrade at higher temperatures.
|Physical Properties||Typical Values||Test Method(s)|
|Melt Flow Rate - g/10 min (190°C/2.16kg)||10.0||D-1238|
|Vinyl Acetate – %||12||PTM-39|
|DSC Melting Point – C°||95||D-3418|
|Vicat Softening Point – C°||72||D-1525|
|Tensile Strength at Break - psi||1,890||D-638|
|Elongation at Break – %||710||D-638|
|Hardness – Shore A||95||D-2240|
|Hardness - Shore D||40||D-2240|
The nominal properties reported herein are laboratory tested and are typical data for these materials. Plastic Solutions, Inc. does not guarantee suitability of these materials for specific applications. Each user of material should make their own tests to determine suitability of a material in a design or application.
PrimaFlex® is a registered trademark of Plastic Solutions, Inc.