Poly­ure­tha­ne coa­tings

Poly­ure­tha­ne (PU) coa­tings pro­vi­de ano­ther opti­on to cus­to­mi­se fle­xi­ble poly­ure­tha­ne foam. As in the case of adhe­si­ves, disper­si­ons and sol­vent-con­tai­ning blends can be distin­gu­is­hed for this type of coa­ting. A two-com­po­nent mix­tu­re is used in most cases; it includes a car­ri­er and a pig­ment or colour that can be modi­fied and adjus­ted to spe­ci­fic needs. PU coa­tings pro­tect the foam more effec­tively against exter­nal impact, which opens up addi­tio­nal are­as of use for foam-based mate­ri­als. This type of coa­ting sim­pli­fies assem­bly or cove­ring of the indi­vi­du­al items by redu­cing their resis­tance. Fur­ther­mo­re, the mate­ri­al beco­mes more resistant to soi­ling and defor­ma­ti­on due to tearing or simi­lar phe­no­me­na. Such coa­tings are used spe­ci­fi­cal­ly for engi­nee­ring appli­ca­ti­ons. Various finis­hing opti­ons are available for this type of poly­ure­tha­ne coa­ting, inclu­ding sub­se­quent appli­ca­ti­on of gra­phi­te pow­der to lend anti­sta­tic pro­per­ties to the mate­ri­al. We also offer a coa­ting or skin that is high­ly fla­me-resistant and even com­pli­es with the hig­hest level of the Euro­pean Uni­on safe­ty stan­dards  - EN 45545-2. Celloflex has appli­ed this type of sur­face coa­ting for many years and has exten­si­ve expe­ri­ence in this field.

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