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Elastomeric Polyurethanes

What are Elastomeric Polyurethanes? Elastomeric polyurethanes are derived from a chemical reaction between a polyol and isocyanate, making this a true thermoset polymer. Commonly associated with … read more

Polyurethane Tensile Strength

Tensile strength is a key physical property often specified with elastomeric materials, including thermoset polyurethanes. This versatile material provides engineers the flexibility to customize a… read more

Polypropylene vs Polyurethane

While polypropylene and polyurethanes may look and feel the same, both materials offer different physical properties and manufacturing processes. In this post, we will discuss these differences… read more

Materials for Reaction Injection Molded (RIM)

Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) is a manufacturing process typically used to manufacture large, complex geometries. Unlike injection molding, RIM uses thermoset materials and never… read more

Conductive Plastics

Metals have traditionally been the materials of choice for many applications due to their conductive properties. Engineered plastics, however, have rapidly evolved to include materials that can be… read more

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