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Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:45

EVA outsoles-Lightest out soles of EVA

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  • EVA-Lightest outsole material
  • And the feature of EVA are: 
    Water resistance: closed cell structure, non-absorbent, moisture, water resistance is good. 
    Corrosion resistance: resistant the sea water, oils and fats, acid, alkali other chemicals, corrosion, anti-bacterial, non-toxic, tasteless, non-polluting. 
    Processing: no connection, and easy pressing, cutting, gluing, laminating and other processing. 
    Anti-vibration: resilience and tensile strength, high toughness, good shock cushioning. 
    Insulation: insulation, thermal insulation and cold temperature performance, may be resistant to cold and exposure. 
    Sound insulation: Closed foam sound insulation. 
    EVA sole is very commonly used for middle sole of shoes part 
Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:44

Was ist TPE Sohlen

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  • Was ist TPE Sohlen
  •        TPE (thermoplastisches Elastomer) ist ein Gummi, das eine hohe Elastizität, hohe Festigkeit, hohe Elastizität, sondern hat auch die Eigenschaften von Spritzgießmaschinen der Materialien. Eco-friendly ungiftig sicher, breite Palette von Härte, ausgezeichnete Färbung, Soft-Touch, Witterungsbeständigkeit, Dauerfestigkeit und Temperaturbeständigkeit, sehr gute Rechenleistung, nicht heilen, können recycelt werden, um Kosten zu senken, sowohl die zweite Spritzgießen und PP kann PE, PC, PS, ABS und anderen Klebstoff beschichtetes Substrat auch getrennt ausgebildet.
            Sowohl thermoplastische Elastomere thermoplastische Verarbeitung mit Leistung, sondern hat auch die physikalischen Eigenschaften von Gummi, Kunststoff und Gummi kann als eine Kombination von Vorteilen Vorteile beschrieben. Thermoplastische Elastomere sind mutwillig gehört einzige Gebiet ursprünglich besetzten vulkanisiertem Gummi.
            TPE (Tetraphenylen) ist ein klassisches IEA (IEA Emission induzierte Aggregation)-Moleküle, dh keine Fluoreszenz in Lösung, aber die solide, aber es gibt eine starke Fluoreszenz Quenchermolekül mit dem traditionellen Treffen genau das Gegenteil, so die organischen photoelektrischen Materialien und in anderen Bereichen haben wichtige Anwendungen, sondern auch mehr und mehr Anlass zur Sorge.
Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:43

What is TPE material

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What is TPE
       TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer) is a rubber having a high elasticity, high strength, high elasticity, but also has the characteristics of injection molding of the material. Eco-friendly non-toxic safe, wide range of hardness, excellent coloring, soft touch, weather resistance, fatigue resistance and temperature resistance, excellent processing performance, not curing, can be recycled to reduce costs, both the second injection molding, and PP, PE, PC, PS, ABS and other adhesive coated substrate can also be formed separately.
        Thermoplastic elastomers with both thermoplastic processing performance, but also has the physical properties of vulcanized rubber, plastic and rubber can be described as a combination of advantages advantages. Thermoplastic elastomers are wantonly originally occupied territory belongs only vulcanized rubber.
        TPE (Tetraphenylene) is a classic AIE (Aggregation Induced Emission AIE) molecules, ie no fluorescence in solution, but the solid but there is a strong fluorescence quencher molecule with the traditional gathering just the opposite, so the organic photoelectric materials and other areas has important applications, but also more and more cause for concern.

Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:37

What is outsole of shoes

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  • What is outsole
  • In modern times, theshoe solesused in a track shoe has a plastic plate molded within it. This makes it possible for the athlete to switch out the spikes on the bottom of the shoe as necessary for each specific track event.The shoe soles was originally made of either rubber or leather, and was modified as necessary in order to suit the wearer’s needs. A running shoe to be used for a track event, for example, typically had an shoe soles containing numerous nails driven into the bottom in order to provide traction. .
  • Theshoe solesis the portion of an athlete’s shoe that functions primarily as a means of providing traction. In addition, theshoe solesreduces the amount of wear endured by the shoe’s midsole. As a result, theshoe solesalso increases the overall durability of the shoe.
  • In addition, early basketball players did not fully realize the importance of traction in the game of basketball when it comes to pivoting and running.The first basketball shoe was made with a rubber compound that gave the shoe a certain amount of cushioning. Unfortunately, this material had a tendency to wear out easily. The basketball shoe also benefits from the use of an shoe soles.
Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:36

Nylon outsoles tech

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  • Nylon outsoles technology from Giro shoes,watch the video from Youtube.
    Let's find out what outsoles of Nylon it is.
Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:34

Do you know what is TPU soles?

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  • Do you know what is TPU soles?
  • The soles of the men’s model Hamburg dark red and Leverkusen have a deeper tread for an even more secure footing.

    TPU soles are shock-absorbing, hard-wearing and very long-lasting. They are also particularly environmentally friendly in terms of manufacturing: any remains can be melted down again and fully used up. Once processed, the soles are extremely wear-resistant and act to support every step.
  • Manufactured from thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) – and naturally CFC-free.
Sunday, 09 February 2014 14:30

What is EVA shoe soles and EVA soles features

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  • EVA (Technicaly named Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) outsole is the lightest among all kinds of outsoles.
  • And the feature of Eva are;Water resistance: closed cell structure, non-absorbent, moisture, water resistance is good.Corrosion resistance: resistant the sea water, oils and fats, acid, alkali other chemicals, corrosion, anti-bacterial, non-toxic, tasteless, non-polluting.Processing: no connection, and easy pressing, cutting, gluing, laminating and other processing.Anti-vibration: resilience and tensile strength, high toughness, good shock cushioning.Insulation: insulation, thermal insulation and cold temperature performance, may be resistant to cold and exposure.Sound insulation: Closed foam sound insulation. EVA sole is very commonly used for middle sole of shoes part, The rubber sole material can be classified into natural rubber or synthetic rubber
  • The advantages of natural rubber is that it is very soft, very good flexibility, suitable for all kinds of sports, but the drawback is also very obvious that is very wearable. Indoor sports shoes with natural rubber.
    We can always see the sports shoes ,basketball shoes and indoor football shoes coach shoes are made of rubber outsoles.
Wednesday, 25 December 2013 09:21

Removable out soles for shoes

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A shoe with amazing outsole, destined for use as a tourist , army, even work shoe. It is basically comprised of an upper portion (the shoe itself) to which the uppersole is permanently attached in some manner, a removable set of connector rods.
The uppersole on it's bottom portion has a tread with a set of openings. On the upper portion of the outsole there is a tread with a similar set of openings, fitting exactly into the space between the openings of the uppersole. Set of lightweight, inexpensive and easy to carry outsoles with many different configurations of the bottom assure good traction in any condition in which the shoe may be worn. Once the outsole is worn out, it is a easy, and inexpensive procedure to take it.The two interlock to form a complete sole. Horizontal openings or bushings are placed in straight lines the length of the sole. Removable connector rods are then placed into these openings or bushings, providing a secure attachment for the outsole.
Wednesday, 11 December 2013 15:43

Various TPU moldings purposes

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TPU purposes:

Various TPU moldings purposes:

Automotive Parts
Ball-type coupling; dust cover; pedal brakes; striker; bush
Leaf spring bushings; bearings; shock parts; inside and outside trim; snow chains

Mechanical and industrial components
The various gear; seals bearing (mostly from the wear and oil); shock parts; modulo needle; bush;

Cover classes; connector; rubber sieve; printing rollersFootwear
Baseball shoes, baseball shoes, golf shoes, soccer shoes, soles and shoes before palm
Ms. heel; ski boots; safety boots, high-grade soles

Since round; handle; strap
Pipes hose
High-pressure pipe; medical tube; hydraulic tube; pneumatic tube; fuel pipe; coated tube
Pipelines; fire hose
Film · sheet
Rotational band (tensile); cushion; diaphragm; keypad board; composite fabric, etc.
Wires and cables
Power communication cables; computer wiring; automotive wiring; exploration cable
Variety of ring pipeline; circular band; V-belt; timing belt; non-slip with
Software slots, cans; film composite sheet fabric bags
Blow Molding
A variety of vehicles with box class; various container classes
Blown film
Ultra-thin, wide film (medical, hygiene products)
Welding materials; adhesive; artificial leather, synthetic leather, rope, wire, gloves and other coating

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 15:41

What is non marking outsole

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Shoe soles that leave marks are damaging to floors. Hard, stiff soles are often the culprit when it comes to scuff marks and lines on wooden, concrete or tiled floors. It is important to know whether or not your shoes have non-marking soles before you enter certain environments. For instance, some gymnasiums may not welcome you unless you wear shoes with non-marking soles.


Flip the shoe over so the sole is facing up. Press your thumbnail or fingernail into the sole. See if the sole is dented from the pressure. If the sole is dented momentarily, the sole is considered soft and non-marking.

Hold the shoe in your hand, with the sole facing down. Place a piece of clean white paper on a hard surface, such as the floor. Rub the sole of the shoe against the white piece of paper with force, but do not tear the paper. Look for a scuff mark on the paper. If you see a scuff mark, you do not have non-marking shoes.

Write with the heel of the shoe at the sole on another piece of plain white paper. Draw a line with the heel on the paper, and examine the paper for a marking. If you do not see a marking, you have non-marking soles.

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