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Urethane vs. Rubber

Urethane and rubber sometimes are lumped together as materials. This is because the two materials are both elastomers, meaning when compressed they will return to 90% of their original dimensions, though there is often 100% rebound in the rubber scaleĀ (shore A) urethanes. This elastomeric property means the materials can handle impact, shock and reduce vibration. … Continue reading »

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