Polyurethane products are stronger, tougher, and more durable than those made with conventional elastomers and plastics. They offer a remarkable range of properties, enabling them to outperform wood, metals, rubber, and plastics in many applications. Polyurethane can be machined on standard equipment, and the tools and molds this material requires are generally inexpensive to produce. It bonds to wood, metal, and most plastics.
Polyurethane stands up to a broad range of environmental factors, including moisture, radiation, sunlight, and heat. By incorporating flame retardants in the formulation, this material can resist fire as well.
Grades and Colors
Durometers from 20A to 85D
- Natural (amber) and colors
- Fabric or metal reinforced sheet
- Excellent abrasion resistance
- High oil and solvent resistance
- Excellent cut and tear resistance
- High load bearing capacity
- Superior bonding ability
Standard Shapes and Forms:
- Sheet: .125" - 2" thick
- Rod: .250" - 6" diameter
- Tubular Bar: 1" - 6" OD / .50" - 5" ID
- Other Forms: Cast Square/ Rectangular Bar, Flexible Tubing