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INN 7723909200

KPP 772301001

PLASTMASS™
PU

Polyurethane Elastomer PLASTMASS™ PU

PLASTMASS™ PU is a polyurethane elastomer with hardness of 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85 and 90 units according to the Shore scale A.

Polyurethane PLASTMASS™ PU products and blanks are resistant to sudden atmospheric changes and crashproof, durable in commercial operation.
It effectively supersedes rubber plates and parts, steel and plastic sheets in various processes for the integrated problem solution of abrasive wear, impact loads, sticking of materials.

APPLICATION

The sheets are used for lining: bunkers, silos, of transport trays, orepasses, tanks, troughs, chutes, the bodies of large-capacity dumpers, excavator buckets, tractor buckets, buldozer blades, wagons, trolleys, other equipment and machinery, etc.

Rods are used for the manufacture of guide fixtures, covers of drive and pressure rollers, and superior wear life of ordinary rubber covers up to 20 times. Blanks in the form of thick-walled tubes are ideal  for covers with press fit for metal rollers. Flaps, bushings, seals, and rings are made from them.

ADVANTAGES

The main advantages of polyurethane PLASTMASS™ PU over lining products from steel, rubber or polyethylene:

  • The exceptionally high resistance of the PLASTMASS™ PU material to shock-abrasive loads increases the service life of the lining. Applying PLASTMASS™ PU instead of lining metal, you are guaranteed to increase the life of the equipment 4 times or more!

  • Prevents the sticking of material due to low friction coefficient of polyurethane PLASTMASS™ PU. Does not require constant cleaning of the working surfaces.

  • Reduction in dusting areas and the absence of welding work in the repair of the gravity-fed equipment.

  • Noise reduction in the production areas.

  • Reduced time and financial expenditures to repair jobs and frequent replacement of the lining material.

The advantages of polyurethane PLASTMASS™ PU over rubber:

Products made of polyurethane are resistant to sudden atmospheric changes and crashproof, durable in commercial operation and have characteristics which are unattainable for conventional rubbers:

  • 2 times higher elasticity.

  • 3 times higher wear resistance.

  • 2.5 times stronger then rubber.

  • High resistance to multiple strains.

  • The ability to work under high pressure (up to 105 MPa).

  • Chemical resistance to many solvents and acids.

  • Increased hardness (up to 95 units of Shore).

  • Temperature range of work from -50°C to +80°C.

  • Resistance to microorganisms and fungi.

  • Vibration and oil-benzine-resistance.

  • Elasticity at low temperatures.

  • High dielectric properties.

NAME OF INDICATOR

SHORE A HARDNESS

RUBBER

65-75

PLASTMASS™ PU

65-95

MODULUS OF ELASTICITY TENSILE 100%

RUBBER

12

PLASTMASS™ PU

29

REBOUND ELASTICITY (%)

RUBBER

30

PLASTMASS™ PU

40

RUPTURE STRENGTH (KG/CM²)

RUBBER

115

PLASTMASS™ PU

312

STRENGTH TO TEARING (METHOD C), N/MM

RUBBER

20

PLASTMASS™ PU

58

THE FROST RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT BY THE ELASTIC RECOVERY AFTER COMPRESSION AT T -50°C

RUBBER

0,2

PLASTMASS™ PU

0,45

ABRASION RESISTANCE (SCRAPER N22)

RUBBER

2

PLASTMASS™ PU

10

ELONGATION AT BREAK (%)

RUBBER

200

PLASTMASS™ PU

54

CHARACTERISTICS

SHORE HARDNESS

UNITS

Shore A

TEST METHOD

DIN 53505

VALUE

70

VALUE

80

VALUE

90

SPECIFIC WEIGHT

UNITS

g/cm³

TEST METHOD

DIN 53479

VALUE

1,26

VALUE

1,26

VALUE

1,26

TENSILE STRENGTH

UNITS

N/mm²

TEST METHOD

DIN 53504

VALUE

>40

VALUE

>40

VALUE

>45

ELONGATION AT BREAK

UNITS

%

TEST METHOD

DIN 53504

VALUE

>450

VALUE

>450

VALUE

>450

REBOUND ELASTICITY

UNITS

%

TEST METHOD

DIN 53512

VALUE

35

VALUE

35

VALUE

35

UNIT TENACITY

UNITS

N/mm

TEST METHOD

DIN 53515

VALUE

>30

VALUE

>40a

VALUE

>60

ABRASION

UNITS

mm³

TEST METHOD

DIN 53516

VALUE

<20

VALUE

<20

VALUE

<25

COMPRESSION SET 20%, 20°C, 72 HOURS

UNITS

%

TEST METHOD

DIN 53517

VALUE

20

VALUE

20

VALUE

20

COMPRESSION SET 20%, 70°C, 24 HOURS

UNITS

%

TEST METHOD

DIN 53517

VALUE

30

VALUE

30

VALUE

30

SUPPLY

Assembly of PLASTMASS™ PU sheets

The lining of equipment components is conducted using adhesive, bolts, or a combined method.

Rods: diameter from 20 to 200 mm

Sheets, thickness of 1-100mm

Plate dimensions: 1000x1000 mm, 1000x2000 mm, 1000x3000 mm

CAN WE HELP YOU?

If you have any questions about our products or materials or you can not find the information you are looking for, contact us via phone or email. Our team is at your disposal at any time and with pleasure.

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