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Old 15th September 2009, 08:13 PM
londonsean69 londonsean69 is offline
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Originally Posted by Rik178m View Post
This is turning out to be quite interesting. The neoprene we use at work is very tough. Its used to hold sharp steel panels in pallets, For rollers on heavy pallets and as spacers on welding arms (welders used constantly for approx 16 hrs a day). I will find out the spec of the material and compare with the polyurethane
I must say, I never imagined neoprene could be quite so tough, but then again, look at the info Dupont has on it, specifically for car use - Neoprene info for cars

Material science is crazy

Sean
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