Single or two component high density materials with an extremely broad hardness range. From material as soft as an eraser to bowling ball hard.
Polyurethane elastomers offer superiority to other elastomer materials in abrasion resistance and toughness. Its durability and toughness is far beyond the range of most rubbers and plastics. With the toughness of metal and the elasticity of rubber, this combination opens new horizons for the engineers who are designing new products for the future.
Because of its remarkable abrasion resistance, parts made from polyurethane will often out-wear rubber, plastic, and metal by margins up to 20 to 1. With its high-flex life, cut-resistance, load-bearing capacity and outstanding resistance to weather, ozone, oxygen and radiation, polyurethane elastomers provides unlimited design opportunities. Some common applications for Polyurethane elastomers are seals and gaskets, roller coverings, scraper blades, chute linings, internal pipe coating and cutting boards.
– Solid polyurethane
– Syntactic foam
– Thermoplastic polyurethane
– Shoe sole
– Concrete grounting