Polyurethane (PU) is a moulded engineering elastomer renowned for its ability to resist abrasion and impact. This versatile material finds its utility across a wide range of applications and enables the creation of diverse products using the casting process. Its exceptional durability and adaptability make polyurethane a top choice in various industries, ensuring lasting performance and reliability. Tynic Automation has decades of experience in custom engineering polyurethane parts include manufacturing moulds and material characteristics. Polyurethane colours include red, blue, white & yellow.

Common components include: Sheet, Rod, Tubes, Rollers, Wheels & Custom Componentry!

Custom Moulded Polyurethane Components

We’re here to either produce your current product or assist in the development of a new one. Our team is well-equipped to collaborate with you starting from the design phase, moving through prototyping and into full-scale production. Once we have a solid grasp of your unique requirements, we can recommend optimal materials and the most economical manufacturing processes at your disposal.

If you’ve got a particular product design or a vision in mind, we’re excited to work on making it a reality. Feel free to reach out to us for any custom polyurethane moulding you require.

Conveyor Products
Conveyor Products: Regina, Rexnord and Intralox

Sheet, Rod & Tube

Polyurethane is a versatile polymer renowned for its durability, flexibility, and resistance to abrasion, making it a sought-after material across various industries. Tynic, a leading supplier in polymer solutions, offers a comprehensive range of sheet, rod, and tube in a variety of sizes. These polyurethane stock shapes cater to diverse applications, from engineering to manufacturing, providing superior performance and reliability in select applications. With Tynic’s commitment to quality and precision, customers can trust in the consistency and integrity of their polyurethane material, ensuring optimal results for their projects.

    Comparing Material Hardness

    Polyurethane Hardness Tynic Automation

    Please Note:

    The durometer “A” scale is used for softer materials such as Urethanes.

    The durometer “D” scale is used for the harder compounds (above 95A durometer).

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