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polyurethane

a synthetic material used for nonwoven vascular grafts.
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The CPI's 13th annual Polyurethane Professional Development Program will include such course topics as introductory polyurethane chemistry, technology, markets and applications, adhesives, sealants and binders, coatings and elastomers, equipment, raw materials, testing, specifications and performance, and physical testing of foams.
As has occurred with other coating technologies, the approaches to reducing the VOC content of polyurethane coatings include developing high solids or waterborne formulations or using exempt solvents.
This will help support our customers' growth and competitiveness, as we further expand the Accella polyurethane systems business.
4% of the total polyurethane market in 2011, followed by Europe and North America.
Green Polyurethane is claimed to be the world's first-ever range of patent protected polyurethane-based coatings and paint products which eliminate toxic isocyanates from the entire production process.
The technology of recycling used carpet padding with postindustrial polyurethane scrap foam has created new business opportunities for companies like Cushion Recyclers.
New technology now provides polyurethane roll covers for unnipped roll covers that do not adsorb water or suffer from hydrolytic degradation.
Improved CFC-free polyurethane foam technology and formulations can produce a complete range of complex automotive parts in the form of flexible foam.
Polyurethane is virtually the only cushioning material used in automotive seating worldwide.
As part of its upgrade, it installed advanced flaskless molding machines that use polyurethane patterns.
The latest attempt, Trojan's Supra, is a polyurethane condom so uncondom-like that company officials compare it to condomless sex.