Spray skin technology from Isotherm A.G. allows users to produce polyurethane foam products with a solid, durable, waterproof skin that is bonded to the inner foam. The technology replaces integral skin, injection molded, thermoformed and slush molded skins, reducing processing steps and associated costs while improving product features, said Linden Industries Inc., distributor of the Isotherm equipment. The skin can be sprayed as thin as 0.3 to 0.4 mm thick and is ideal for medical and outdoor applications, Linden said. For more information, contact Theron Sherman by phone at 330-928-4064 or fax at 330-928-1854.
Technology bonds skin to PU foam goods
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