Polyurethanes (PUR and PU) are generally polymers formed by reacting isocyanate with a compound containing hydroxyl group. The alcohol and the isocyanate groups combine to form a urethane linkage.
This combining process typically requires the presence of a catalyst.
The resulting plastic material offers chemical, abrasion and impact resistance while providing excellent wear properties and ultraviolet resistance.
Polyurethanes can be custom colored and have good aesthetic qualities.
Key Characteristics of Polyurethane:
- Chemical Resistance
- Corrosion, wear & impact resistance
- Superior UV resistance
- Electrical Insulation
- Weather Resistance
- Heat & Cold Resistance
- Available in Almost Any Color