Product information

TR resin

What is TR resin?


1.Significantly improved bending strength

2.Greatly improved heat resistance

3.Greatly improved dimensional stability

4.Excellent creep*2 properties
= makes it hard to be deformed and hard to break even when a load is applied for a long time

5.Improved flame retardancy * Depending on the grade

*1) Compared to normal PP (polypropylene)
*2) Creep is a phenomenon in which material deformation increases with time under a constant load.

Typical formulation examples

Talc Inorganic mineral additives gives rigidity, heat resistance, and dimensional stability to the resin
Calcium carbonate Inorganic calcium salt additive gives rigidity to the resin
Precipitated barium sulfate Natural barite adds gloss to the resin
Mica Inorganic natural mineral = Adds high rigidity to the resin
Antibacterial agent Silver ion and natural marine products = Add antibacterial properties to the resin
Carbon black Carbonaceous fine particles = Adds conductivity and weather resistance (prevents UV degradation) in the resin
Glass fiber Glass-melted inorganic material = Adds excellent rigidity to the resin, improving dimensional accuracy


High-rigidity grade Material with improved rigidity, heat resistance and shrinkage performance
Antibacterial grade Non-silver, antibacterial material derived from natural products
Conductive grade Materials with a wide range of conductive performance from antistatic properties to conductive properties
Surface modification grade Highly functional material that provides water and oil repellency and prevents dirt
Flame retardant grade Materials with flame resistance from V-2 to V-0 (UL = 94 equivalent)
Low specific gravity grade Low specific gravity material achieved by blending a special inorganic filler


Typical characteristics (PP base)

[Flexural modulus (PP)]
[Deflection temperature under load]
[Mold shrinkage]