By Kurt C. Frisch, Daniel Klempner
Innovative advancements in polyurethane chemistry, homes, approaches and functions themes comprise polyurethane foams, elastomers, structural adhesives and extra the most recent quantity in a favored sequence for the expert the most recent quantity within the Advances in Urethane technology and know-how sequence, this e-book offers remarkable technical experiences on present advancements within the box. quantity 14 offers leading edge details in urethane chemistry, formulations, houses advancements and fabrics. The authors are globally famous leaders within the sector of polymer study and improvement.
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2 ~45 kg/m3 cushion formulation Formulation Control BL53 Exp. SSF BL53/Exp. 3 Exp. 3 ~35 kg/m3 back formulation Formulation Control BL53 Exp. SSF BL53/Exp. 3. Surfactant and catalyst additives were changed according to the formulation being studied. Foams were run at the optimum index as they were during the machine study. All experiments were duplicated. Each mixed formulation was poured into a ‘chicken’ bucket equipped with a thermocouple positioned at the centre of the bucket resting on a Mettler PM 30,000 balance.
8 Physical properties at 130 TPR and 150 TPR: cushion formulation Physical Properties 130 TPR BL53 II 150 TPR Exp. SSF III BL53/Exp. 5 5 0. 9 Physical properties at 130 TPR and 150 TPR: back formulation Physical Properties 130 TPR BL53 Exp. SSF VI VII 150 TPR BL53/ Exp. SSF VIII BL53/ Exp. 11 illustrate the physical property performance of all formulations I through VIII without utilising TPR. Given that the specific formulations were designed to be used with the TPR process, foam pads produced under these conditions were very tight upon demoulding.
In both cases reducing FTC values and improving foam openness is important for producing polyurethane articles that are dimensionally stable. 9. This is indicative of the foam being insufficiently cured or lacking enough green strength when TPR was applied. If TPR is conducted too late in the manufacturing process scalloping (concave surface areas on the foam article) and tight foam (insufficient number of open cells within the foam article that causes the hot gas to be trapped and upon cooling forces the entire foam part to shrink) may also occur.
Advances in Urethane Science and Technology by Kurt C. Frisch, Daniel Klempner