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Polyurethane is an extremely versatile material. Due to its exceptional properties it finds application in the most diverse industrial and production environments. Its most important properties – those that distinguish it from other elastomers due to their outstanding characteristics – are its exceptional abrasion-resistance, elevated load-bearing capacity and high shear strength. Polyurethane also offers optimal resistance to oil,  atmospheric agents, solvents, acids and chemical agents generally. No other elastomer is able to offer the same range of properties at such high levels.
Variety of shapes and sizes

Polyurethane is available in a vast range of hardness grades from 20 to 95 Sh A, and even 60 and 75 Sh. D (this is the hardness grade of plastics like Nylon or Teflon, but polyurethane has the advantage of having the elasticity of rubber). Polyurethane can be worked not only by injection moulding like other plastics, but also by casting. This allows the production of large-dimension details and complicated forms, also in limited series due to the cost-effectiveness of this type of moulding process.
Exceptional properties

Polyurethane can be vulcanised onto many metals and also plastics to produce rollers, wheels or other articles even with complicated features, due to its high degree of mouldability. At the highest hardness grades, it can be worked with machine tools like any other plastic. We have the capacity to  supply a vast range of semi-workeditems such as rods, sleeves, sheets and blocks, even of great thicknesses. The exceptional properties of this material, the range of hardness grades in which it is available, its mouldability and its overall versatility, allow it to be used to resolve an incredibly vast range of problems in all industrial sectors.