Flexible, lightweight, and cost-effective, urethane offers many advantages over metal, plastics, and rubbers. Urethane can be molded to any shape or size and in any color imaginable. Depending on the application, urethane can be formulated so that the resulting part is incredibly soft (or “squishy”) or incredibly hard.
Because urethane has give, it offers excellent shock absorption. It bonds well with other materials, including metals, and depending on material hardness, can be ground or machined.
A sneak peek at our new casting section, an introduction to Gus Dylla, our new GM, plus an overview of our wheel/roller recover service.
As business experts warn of the impacts to the global supply chain due to the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Urethane Innovators stands ready to help.
Guy Dixon, UI’s Quality Manager, gives three examples of UI’s continuous improvement — and what it means for you.
We give our neighbor, Aylward, a huge thank you in the form of a good old-fashioned pig pickin’.
An interview with our QA Manager, Guy Dixon plus a Challenge Solved and an introduction to Mike Dolan, VP of Sales and Business Development.
Thanking the Vets of UI for their service to our country.
A urethane wheels vs. rollers tech tip plus an introduction to our new Manufacturing Manager.
Learn how Urethane Innovators differentiates between rollers and wheels.
We “pack it like it’s a newborn delicate premature baby.”
A Burmese refugee, Teenarler Dohn recently became a US citizen.
In her role, Nancy Carrier creates drawings for customer parts (if none exist) and molds.
GM reduces production costs, component damage with reconfigured dunnage molds.