Recent developments in the field of chemistry have made it possible to design the properties of polyurethanes for solving specialized tasks in industry. Polyurethane bushings are the most striking examples of the use of polyurethane in a vehicle. Polyurethane parts perfectly withstand large alternating loads in severe operating conditions and do not lose their qualities for many years.
In the area of small deformations, the rigidity of polyurethane parts is twice that of rubber parts. Polyurethane suspension parts are more effective when operating a car in severe road conditions.
In the area of large deformations, polyurethane parts retain elasticity longer than rubber ones. Polyurethane parts reliably protect the suspension and the body at maximum loads.
The residual deformations of polyurethane parts are lower than rubber ones. The resource of polyurethane parts is 4-5 times or more higher than rubber ones.
The connection of polyurethane with metal parts is stronger than that of rubber. Detachment from the metal does not occur. The tensile strength of polyurethane parts is 3 times greater than that of rubber.
So, polyurethane parts have a number of unique properties and are completely devoid of the disadvantages of rubber. The main factor hindering the widespread use of polyurethanes in production is the high cost of polyurethane copolymer and a long time technological cycle. It will take several hours to produce a polyurethane part.
Polyurethane is a fully synthetic polymer. Its properties can be changed to solve specific production and design tasks within a wide range.
Installing polyurethane suspension parts on the car will give a tangible benefit to buyers, they will receive superior and best control over handling in the most extreme driving conditions.