Glossary Of Terms
aromatic
Organic chemical compounds in which the carbon atoms are linked in a ring structure; examples are benzene, toluene and napthene. Aromatic compounds have enhanced chemical stability and have higher unsaturation indices than aliphatic compounds.

Tecothane® is an aromatic polyurethane with good chemical resistance. It is available in colors.

Property Measure Low Measure High
Specific gravity 0.0405 lb./in.3 (1.12 g/cc) 0.0430 lb./in.3 (1.19 g/cc)
Melting point 420°F (215.5°C) 430°F (221°C)
Glass transition temperature Not Applicable Not Applicable
Tensile strength at break 7000 psi (48.3 MPa) 9600 psi (66.2 MPa)
Elongation at break 150% 450%
Hardness durometer (Shore A) 85 94
Hardness durometer (Shore D) 54 75
Water absorption @ 24 hours Not Available Not Available
Sterilization Ethylene oxide (EtO)
Gamma radiation

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