Definitions for "Urethane"
same as polyurethane.
An elastomeric polymer with excellent chemical and water resistance. Single component (moisture cure) and 2-part (chemical cure) systems are available. Both types may be applies in a fluid state and cure (polymerize) after installation. Typical tile industry applications include sealants, caulks, waterproofing membranes and high performance flexible adhesives.
coverstock made of a polymer that produces a durable, hard and non-porous surface.
A white crystalline substance, NH2.CO.OC2H5, produced by the action of ammonia on ethyl carbonate or by heating urea nitrate and ethyl alcohol. It is used as a hypnotic, antipyretic, and antispasmodic. Hence, any ester of carbamic acid.
an organic solvent formerly used as a sedative and in the palliation of leukemia that was subsequently shown to be a pulmonary carcinogen in animals.
an ester of carbamic acid
A material used in making the cover of a bowling ball.
The material most streetluge, skateboard and in-line skate wheels are made of.
Keywords:  bat, binder, coating, excellent, seals
A type of binder used in coatings. Characterised by excellent flexibility and chemical resistance.
A protective coating that seals the grain of the bat. It is generally clear.