Polyurethane is an extremely versatile material and can be manufactured to suit individual requirements.
There are many types of Polyurethane but these can be broken down to two basic types, namely Polyethers and Polyesters.
Polyethers have low heat build up, good low temperature capabilities and are very resilient. This lends them towards use as parts subject to dynamic stress.
Polyesters have good abrasion and tear resistance combined with oil solvent resistance.
- Hardness range from 20 Shore A to 80 Shore A
- Good mechanical properties
- High elongation
- High tensile strength
- Very good low temperature capabilities
- 80 Deg.C continuous working temperature
- High resistance to degradation from oxygen and ozone