Accession Number : ADA305130

Title :   Factors Affecting High and Low Temperature Performance in Liquid Reaction Molded Urethane Elastomer.

Corporate Author : SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS INC WARRENDALE PA

Personal Author(s) : Gerkin, R. M. ; Critchfield, F. E.

PDF Url : ADA305130

Report Date : OCT 1974

Pagination or Media Count : 20

Abstract : Liquid Reaction Molding (LRM) is the terminology presently being used to describe the in situ molding of a finished part from reactive liquid components. This process is particularly suited to the utilization of urethane technology because of the availability of a variety of liquid polyol and isocyanate intermediates, and the high degree of reactivity of these intermediates. Urethane systems also offer a degree of formulation latitude and physical property performance not attainable by other types of polymers. jg p3

Descriptors :   *LOW TEMPERATURE, *LIQUIDS, *HIGH TEMPERATURE, *ELASTOMERS, *MOLDINGS, *URETHANES, POLYMERS, FORMULATIONS, REACTIVITIES, HYDROXYL RADICALS, ISOCYANATES, ALCOHOLS, LATITUDE.

Subject Categories : Elastomers and Rubber
      Inorganic Chemistry
      Organic Chemistry
      Physical Chemistry

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE