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D. Fiber Reinforced Plastics (FRP)   (1 Topics) (1 Subtopics) (Notes)   (Patent Title -- 14 Titles)   (Patent Abstracts) (3/18/2016)

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1.Reinforced PUR Plastics

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1.Reinforced PUR Plastics

High performance articles, such as films, molded parts, tubes, and hoses often consist of multiple layers for rigidity, strength, structural resilience with chemical, and temperature resistance.  However, multiple layers require specialized equipment with numerous processing steps increasing manufacturing complexity and cost.  Prusty et al developed a mixture of a thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPU) and polyamide 6/66 copolymers for forming a coated single layer material with excellent results.  This material shows toughness, low temperature flexibility, tensile strength, tear strength, abrasion resistance, transparency, resistance to oils, hydrolysis resistance, and hardness.  The material is a fabric reinforced TPU consisting of 99 to 25 wt% TPU and 1 to 75 wt% polyamide copolymer including other polymers and additives. 

 

U.S. Patent 9,206,315 (December 8, 2015), “Article Comprising Thermoplastic Polyurethane and Polyamide 6/66 Copolymer.” Manoranjan Prusty, Axel Wilms, Eric S. Noon, Walter Gotz, Gulay Serhatkulu, and Elke Marten (BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany).

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