tpu (thermoplastic polyurethane) is a high performance polymer material widely used in industrial and consumer products. Its unique chemical resistance and chemical resistance make it important in many applications.
Chemical resistance of TPU plastics refers to its resistance to chemical attack. Generally speaking, TPU plastics have good chemical resistance and can withstand the erosion of many common solvents and chemicals. For example, TPU plastics have good tolerance to common organic solvents, acids, alkalis and other chemicals, and can maintain their physical and mechanical properties in these environments. This makes TPU plastic widely used in automotive, aerospace, Medical instruments, industrial pipes and other fields, for the manufacture of seals, pipes, liquid storage tanks, joints and so on.
The chemical resistance of TPU plastic is also reflected in its resistance to liquid mineral oil, synthetic lubricating oil and other oil medium. TPU plastic can maintain the stability of its physical and mechanical properties in liquid mineral oil, synthetic lubricating oil and other oil media, and will not change significantly due to contact with these oil media. This gives TPU plastics excellent oil resistance in applications involving lubrication, sealing and transmission.
The excellent chemical resistance and chemical resistance of TPU plastics are mainly due to the characteristics of its molecular structure. The molecular structure of TPU plastics contains chain segments of polyols and isoorganates, which endows it with good chemical corrosion resistance. In addition, TPU plastic also has excellent elasticity and toughness, which can maintain its performance stability in complex working environments.
To sum up, the chemical resistance and chemical resistance of TPU plastics make it widely used in many application fields. Its excellent performance makes it an ideal polymer material with high performance and has a broad market prospect.