The Tomix Group company produces plates of 2 and 3-component polyurethane for the shoe industry. Such plates made of polyurethane, have found wide application in shoemakers and in companies that manufacture footwear. If you take the same layer (in thickness) of the polyurethane sole and rubber, the rubber sole will be inferior several times in quality and durability. Quite often, the thin sole of the shoe quickly wipes or bursts, especially at low temperatures, when the rubber itself becomes hard and brittle. In the case of polyurethane, the situation is different, because it is very elastic and has a higher coefficient of rupture than rubber analogues. And even at low temperatures, it retains effective elasticity.
The scope of application of polyurethane plates
- Shoe industry. As a rule, shoe shops order polyurethane taps or sole according to certain sizes and shapes.
- Shoe workshops. Having quality materials at hand, the shoemaker will quickly perform the prevention of your shoes.
- Agriculture. Thin plates lining equipment where there is increased wear. For example, small buckets feeding the elevators abrasive mixture. After lining such a bucket, it will serve at times more.
Polyurethane soles for shoes
These heels have a number of positive advantages over rubber, because they have a higher coefficient of abrasion, more elastic, resistant to aggressive environments and low ambient temperatures.