look what we did!Innovations From Polyurethane Manufacturers

Electrifying Facts about Polyurethane

This holiday season, it is estimated that shoppers will spend $33.76 billion on consumer electronics – a broad category that includes tablets, notebook computers, TVs, smartphones, game consoles, and even wearable technology.

Many electronic enthusiasts and shoppers will research the fastest processor, most compatible OS, biggest screen, or best battery life, but few people look into what keeps these machines running through daily use.

The answer – in part – is polyurethane.

Polyurethanes are frequently used in the electrical and electronics industries to seal and insulate fragile components. Because of polyurethane’s versatility, it can be combined with countless...

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Tracing the roots of today’s polyurethane technologies

Polyurethane has been used for nearly 75 years to make almost every element of our lives more safe and comfortable. Because of polyurethane’s varied benefits, the product’s rich history spreads across many industries – from furniture cushioning to spaceflight suits to each decade’s newest and lightest electronic devices to the energy-saving refrigerator insulation that keeps food and beverages cold. Since its beginnings, polyurethane and its applications have evolved to match advances in technology and manufacturing, as well as consumer demands. Today, polyurethanes are even found in many luxury items, including designer shoes, clothes, furniture and appliances.

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Category: Appliances, Electronics, Furniture

Making a Real Life Terminator

In the Terminator movies, robots easily shift from solid to almost liquid looking form. This adaptability has applications beyond time traveling cyborgs and today polyurethane has brought us one step closer to making shape shifting robots more than just a special effects wonder on the big screen.

As reported in Popular Science, researchers have developed a low-cost phase-changing material that could be used to allow robots to shift between soft and hard states. The material could be used to allow robots a new range of functions such as surgical robots that could slither through the body...

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Moving Us Forward

We truly are living in the technological age. From the ways we communicate with one another, to how we do our jobs, all the way to how we entertain ourselves, technology has profoundly changed our lives.

Category: Electronics