polyurethane

[n] - any of various polymers containing the urethane radical
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polyurethane

Tough varnish suitable for indoor use. Slow drying.
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Polyurethane

A synthetic resin containing hydroxide groups cured with an isocyanate hardener (though single pack moisture-cured polyurethanes are available). When an aliphatic isocyanate is used good gloss and colour retention result.
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Polyurethane

Polymer containing the urethane group, generally obtained through the polycondensation of a polyol and a diisocyanate
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polyurethane

ployurethan noun any of various polymers containing the urethane radical; a wide variety of synthetic forms are made and used as adhesives or plastics or paints or rubber
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polyurethane

any of a class of synthetic resinous, fibrous, or elastomeric compounds belonging to the family of organic polymers made by the reaction of ... [5 related articles]
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Polyurethane

A polyurethane (PUR and PU) is polymer composed of a chain of organic units joined by carbamate (urethane) links. Polyurethane polymers are formed by combining two bi- or higher functional monomers. One contains two or more isocyanate functional groups and the other contains two or more hydroxyl groups. More complicated monomers are also used. The
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polyurethane

A polymer known for its flexibility, used in foams, elastomers and fabric coatings. See also Bergundtal Cloth, coated, Entrant, Helly-Tech, Hydropro, Microshed, Omni-Tech, Triple Point Ceramic, Ultrex.
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polyurethane

A closed-cell foam insulation material that contains a low-conductivity gas (usually hydrochlorofluorocarbons or HCFC) in its cells. The high thermal resistance of the gas gives polyurethane insulation materials an R-value typically around R-7 to R-8 per inch. Over time, the R-value of polyurethan...
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Polyurethane

A type of vinyl or faux leather that has a matte (non-shiny) finish and may have a slight grain texture. Often used for shoes and boots to give a matte finish opposed to Patent. When used for clothing, it often has a polyester backing for durability and washability. It can me hand or machine washed (on delicate cycle only) in cold water. Hang dry o
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POLYURETHANE

Wide range of coatings, ranging from hard gloss enamels to soft flexible coatings. Good to very good adhesion, hardness, flexibility and resistance. Surface preparation critical.
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POLYURETHANE

Wide range of coatings, ranging from hard gloss enamels to soft flexible coatings. Good to very good adhesion, hardness, flexibility and resistance. Surface preparation critical.
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Polyurethane

Wide range of coatings, ranging from hard gloss enamels to soft flexible coatings. Good to very good
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polyurethane

A type of plastic used to make, among other things, IV catheters.
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