Polyurethane is very similar to rubber unlike engineered plastic, urethane can be compounded to produce very soft parts, as low as 30A Durometer, or up to very hard, 75D Durometer. Polyurethane is ideal in high-demand applications where normal rubber would fail. Polyurethane resin is considered versatile because it can be used to produce a wide variety of industrial parts, from urethane molded bearings to urethane-coated rollers. There are many advantages to polyurethane resins. They are known for their chemical, oil, and grease resistance, and are typically excellent at resisting abrasion and, as such, are not easily torn.

Features - Abrasion Resistant, Oil & Solvent Resistant, Tear Resistant, Weather Resistant, High Tensile Strength, Durability.