Polyurethane Injection Moulding
Polyurethane, also known as PUR or PU, is a versatile material with properties that allow it to be used almost anywhere.
What are the key features of PUR?
Two component products – PUR is a liquid two-component substance made up of polyol and isocyanate. When these two are combined, a reaction occurs, yielding polyurethane. The properties can be adjusted according to the intended application depending on how the material is mixed – and what manufacturing method is used.
Polyurethanes are adaptable, contemporary, and clean. They are used in a wide range of applications to produce a wide range of consumer and industrial goods that make our lives easier, more comfortable, and environmentally sustainable.
Examples of Polyurethane (PUR) applications
- Insulation of refrigerators and freezers
- Building insulation
- Cushioning for furniture
- Car parts
- Composite wood panels
- Shoe soles
What are the benefits of Polyurethane?
- Wide Range of Hardness
- High Load Bearing Capacity
- Abrasion & Impact Resistance
- Tear Resistant
- Resistance to Water, Oil & Grease
- Electrical Properties
- Wide Resiliency Range
- Strong Bonding Properties
- Performance in Harsh Environments
- Mold, Mildew & Fungus Resistance
- Colour Ranges
- Economical Manufacturing Process
- Short Production Lead Times