Polyurethane helps conserve natural resources and helps preserve the environment by reducing energy usage. With its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, insulation properties, durability and versatility, polyurethane is frequently used in building and construction applications.

In general, polyurethane can be used in the temperature range of -62°C to 93°C (-80°F to 200°F).

Polyurethane foam is not toxic in and of itself.

For example, under normal wear and tear, a durability of more than 50 years can be expected for polyurethane insulation systems for buildings, more than 25 years for polyurethane used for insulation of refrigerators or more than 20 years for the application of polyurethane in vehicle bumpers.

Polyurethane (PU) is a unique polymer that is elastic like a rubber but can be repeatedly stretched and reformed like a plastic. This tough, flexible and hard wearing material can be formulated using a wide range of starting materials to develop everything from paint to car parts, shoe soles and seals.

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