You can protect specific surface portions of a component from corrosive or abrasive substances with a polyurethane spray coating. It can be put directly on rubber, sponge, plastic, wood, aluminium, steel, and GRP and glued to those materials. It is possible to obtain thicknesses ranging from 1 mm (nominal) to several centimetres. Because of polyurethane’s superior abrasion resistance, spray coating can extend the life of exposed parts. Orange, black, red, yellow, blue, and white polyurethane spray coating can be used as needed and has a shore hardness of 85 °A.
Vibratory bowl feeders, chutes, and hoppers; shot blast cabinets, cyclone sections, coal preparation wash boxes; flotation collars and buoys, pump impellers, mineral processing plant renovators; sub-train aerials, truck bodies, fenders, pipework (internal and external), and lifting slings are examples of vibratory deburring and polishing equipment.