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...Electronics