Polyurethaneis an incredibly resilient, flexible, and durable manufactured material that can take the place of paint, cotton, rubber, metal, and wood in thousands of applications across all fields. Polyurethane might be hard, like fiberglass, squishy like upholstery foam, protective like varnish, bouncy like rubber wheels, or sticky like glue. Since its invention in the 40s, polyurethane has been used in everything from baby toys to airplane wings, and continues to be adapted for contemporary technology.
Some polyurethane is categorized as an elastomer.
Other polyurethane is a thermoplastic that resembles other kinds of plastic, metal, or fiberglass. Thermoplastics are rigid and smooth with a sealed surface impermeable to water.
We can find polyurethane in every room of our house and practically everywhere we go.
Polyutethane is low cost and high performance has make polyurethane the perfect choice for replacing metals, rubber, plastic and wood. Polyurethane characteristic sallow it to be use in many ways.
Properties of Polyutethane: Polyutethane is highly resistant to impact, abrasion, high and low friction, low temperature, Polyutethane won't swell or deteriotate in water, excellent insulators, wide resistance to oil, grease and most chemicals use in today modern industry.
Polyutethane Industry: Automotive, Building and Construction, Coated Fabrics, Electrical, Engineered Components, Food, Mining, OIl Industry, Rollers, Seals and Gaskets, Wheel and Tires.
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