EVA Resin

EVA Resin Properties & Uses

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Material EVA
Chemical Name Ethylene Vinyl Acetate EVA
Structure Crystaline
Opacity Translucent
Strength Flexible
Specific Gravity 0.92-0.93
Shrinkage 2% to 3%
Melting Point 167° – 216° F
 Deflection Temperature 93° F
Service Temperature 114.8° F

Applications

ASA resin is commonly used for applications such as:

  • Electrical
  • Automotive
  • Solar
  • Low Temperature Sealing
  • Orthotics
  • Packaging
  • Medical
  • Hot Melt Adhesives
Advantages EVA Resin is a an elastomeric polymer that produces rubber-like materials that are known for their soft and flexible properties. Other EVA Resin advantages include:

  • UV Resistant
  • Water Resistant
  • Stress-Crack Resistant
  • Chemical Resistant
  • Excellent Processability & Transparency
Disadvantages
  • Difficult to Bond
  • Flammable
  • Low Strength/Stiffness
  • High Thermal Expansion

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