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This section gives you a reference review on the innovative materials; a proposal of the best technological solutions selected by MaTech from its database.You can consult the extracts of the charts of certain important materials, divided into the main families that the MaTech archives are classified by.With this section, MaTech gives you a window onto the world of innovation, to increase and share the culture of innovative materials.

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Vibro-Absorbing Rubber



Technical Properties:

Waterproof, Viscoelastic, Impact Resistant, Vibro-Absorbent, Thermal Insulating, Fire Retardant, Electrical Insulating, Soundproof

Vibro-Absorbing Rubber

Viscoelastic rubber with excellent absorbing properties for shocks, vibrations and sounds. It is made of a polyester-based thermosetting polyurethane. Instead of applying more than one material to achieve all of their individual properties, this formulation allows the use of one product, combining the positive shock-absorbing property (up to 94% of energy), shape memory and high vibration damping characteristics all together. Furthermore, it maintains its properties over a large range of temperature, from –29°C to +72°C. Compared to traditional shock-absorbing fluid-based materials and foams, this rubber absorbs impacts for millions of cycles. It also eliminates the need for metal springs to return the system to its equilibrium position after absorbing a shock. It is available with flame retardant properties; as it is polyurethane based, it shows good chemical resistance. This material is used in the electronic field (gaskets, hard-disk cases), industrial, sporting (protections, foot insoles, bicycle seats), medical and in all applications requiring high acoustic absorption (audio instruments, headphones). (PO2591)

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