ISO 18064:2022

International Standard   Current Edition
Approved on  11 April 2022

Thermoplastic elastomers — Nomenclature and abbreviated terms

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ISO 18064:2022 Scope

This document establishes a nomenclature system for thermoplastic elastomers based on the chemical composition of the polymer or polymers involved. It specifies symbols and abbreviated terms used to identify thermoplastic elastomers in industry, commerce, and government. It is not intended to conflict with, but to supplement, existing trade names and trademarks.

NOTE 1   The name of the thermoplastic elastomer is intended to be used in technical papers and presentations followed by the abbreviated term used to designate the elastomer in this document.

NOTE 2   Annex A gives thermoplastic-elastomer abbreviated terms that have been used in the past in materials standards, technical bulletins, textbooks, patents, and trade literature.

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