What is polyurethane?
It is a rubber-like material with a high operational rate whose wide range of properties makes it versatile and desirable in the production field. High mechanical parameters and chemical hardening cause polyurethane to replace traditional materials, like rubber, metal or ceramics.
Properties of polyurethane
Tensile strength, excellent vibration damping as well as good resistance to solvents and acids are merely three of several properties of polyurethane, rendering it the most universal material. It can be used in the most extreme environmental conditions, because it is characterized by high hardening to atmospheric fluctuations, and outstanding abrasion resistance, several times greater than traditional materials, and is therefore a material indestructible for years.
Application of polyurethane
- manufacture of machine elements
- clutches, press fenders, anti-vibration pads
- work at temperatures of up to 60° C
- road making industry
- accessories of compactors, devices for laying paving stones