The difference between drive and idler wheels and how they work.
Steps included testing new formulations, eliminating process steps, and improving part quality.
How UI creates prototypes for commercial and industrial applications.
How UI solved the challenge of creating cost-effective convex aluminum cores for a customer’s prototype urethane roller application.
The benefits of compression molding and how it’s used to solve application challenges.
How we solve this particular question we hear on a regular basis.
In this FAQ, we discuss a few of the considerations that go into formulating urethane for your application.
Creating a urethane ball — with a perfectly centered internal steel ball — for a waste water treatment facility check valve.
Dual durometer urethane wheels are ideal for applications that involve lighter loads or where machining is cost-prohibitive or weight is a factor.
Learn how we can customize urethane covered bearings to suit your specialty application.
“Why do no-crush rollers and wheels have holes or spaces?” and other important questions about these unique parts.
Super soft urethane rollers provide Canadian manufacturer Boa Franc with consistent application of coatings and stains to hardwood flooring panels — while reducing production line down-time.