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PU- Polyurethane Rubber

PU (Polyurethane) rubber is a versatile material with a wide range of properties that make it suitable for various applications. Here are some common properties of PU rubber:

  1. High Abrasion Resistance: PU rubber has excellent resistance to abrasion, making it suitable for applications where the material will be subjected to wear and tear, such as conveyor belts, wheels, and bushings.

  2. Flexibility: PU rubber offers good flexibility, allowing it to bend and stretch without losing its shape or integrity. This property makes it suitable for applications requiring flexibility and resilience, such as seals, gaskets, and flexible couplings.

  3. High Tensile Strength: PU rubber possesses high tensile strength, enabling it to withstand significant stretching forces without breaking or deforming. This property makes it suitable for applications that require strong and durable materials, such as automotive parts, industrial belting, and hydraulic seals.

  4. Chemical Resistance: PU rubber exhibits good resistance to various chemicals, including oils, solvents, greases, and many acids and bases. This property makes it suitable for applications where exposure to chemicals is a concern, such as seals and gaskets in the chemical industry.

  5. Weather Resistance: PU rubber has good resistance to weathering, including UV radiation, ozone, and moisture. This property makes it suitable for outdoor applications, such as seals, gaskets, and coatings exposed to sunlight and weather elements.

  6. Low Compression Set: PU rubber has low compression set, meaning it can recover its original shape and dimensions after being compressed. This property makes it suitable for applications that require good sealing and long-term resilience, such as o-rings and gaskets.

  7. Temperature Resistance: PU rubber can withstand a wide temperature range, typically from -40°C to 120°C (-104°F to 248°F). However, specialized formulations can extend this temperature range further. This property makes it suitable for applications that require materials to perform in varying temperature conditions.

  8. Good Resilience: PU rubber has excellent resilience, meaning it can absorb and dissipate energy upon impact, making it suitable for applications requiring shock absorption, such as bumpers, suspension components, and anti-vibration mounts.

It’s important to note that the specific properties of an PU rubber compound can vary significantly depending on the formulation, processing conditions, and the intended application. we customize the compound to meet specific requirements.

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