InnoGreen® USDA BioPreferred® Designated Liquid Urethanes

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) manages the BioPreferred product effort that was initiated in 2002 as part of a Farm Bill and expanded in 2008. The goal: to encourage the use ofInnoGreen® USDA BioPreferred® Designated Urethane Rubber renewable feedstocks in products ranging from coatings and adhesives to cleaning agents and lubricants. As an industry leader in manufacturing polyurethanes without mercury or MOCA, we're utilizing our environmentally conscious formulating expertise to create the groundbreaking InnoGreen® BIO Series ---- liquid urethane casting resins that offer measurable carbon benefits directly reduce climate change.

Created for hand- batch and vacuum-assisted casting processes, these formulations contain 27% to 40% soy oil-based polyols, a rapidly renewable feedstock produced as a co-product of soybeans grown and processed as a food source for humans and livestock. Every InnoGreen® urethane casting resin is tested by USDA-approved independent laboratories and certified as USDA BioPreferred®-designated.

InnoGreen® polyurethanes exhibit low viscosity for easy handling/processing and demold in less than 12 hours. Once cured, the polyurethanes exhibit elongations up to 200% and tear strengths high as 115 pli. In addition to casting, the new products are ideal for overmolding biobased foams.


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InnoGreen® USDA BioPreferred® Designated Liquid Urethanes
Elastomeric Shore A Data
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ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorGel Time (min.)Hardness (shore A)Tensile Strength (psi)Elongation (%)Tear Strength (pli)Biobased Content (%)
BIO-30A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 30 +/- 5 130 85 20  38
BIO-40A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 40 +/- 5 170 80 35  37
BIO-50A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 50 +/- 5 325 150 40  36
BIO-60A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 55 +/- 5 480 135 60  34
BIO-70A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 65 +/- 5 925 150 120  36
BIO-80A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 75 +/- 5 1,050 150 115  36
BIO-90A Tan 17.5 +/- 2.5 90 +/- 5 2,000 60 140  27
 
 InnoGreen® USDA BioPreferred® Designated Liquid Urethanes
Rigid Shore D Data
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ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorGel Time (min.)Hardness (shore D)Tensile Strength (psi)Elongation (%)Flexural Modulus (psi)Izod Impact Strength
Notched (ft-lb/in)

Biobased Content (%)

BIO-80D Tan 7 +/- 2 80 +/- 5 7,800 10 260,000 0.7 39

*** Physical properties included on in this chart were obtained using various cure schedules.
*** Please refer to each product's data bulletin for the specific cure schedule used to obtain the values shown above.

Accessories

Innovative Polymers supports customers with a variety of “accessory” materials and equipment used in rapid prototyping and part production. Among these products are:

  • Pigments are available from Innovative Polymers in a full range of opaque colors and transparent tints. We also specialize in color matching services.
  • Release Agents available from Innovative Polymers include paste wax for hand application and aerosol silicone for spray application.
  • Dessicant Cartridges are supplied for drying meter/mix dispensing equipment and 55-gallon drum vents.
  • DP-400 Cartridge Dispensing System is designed for fast, waste-free dispensing of a variety of polyurethanes in the Innovative Polymers product line including Rapid Cast, Fast Cure and High Performance Polyurethanes. The DS-400 System is comprised of a lightweight, hand-held pneumatic gun, 400 ml cartridges in either 1:1 or 2:1 resin:hardener configurations, and static mix nozzles. Customers can then purchase economical, large containers of polyurethane resin and hardener and fill cartridges with the required amount of material for a project. Benefits of cartridge use include precise ratio control and convenient application without incurring the cost of pre-packaged cartridges. Innovative Polymers can recommend third party packaging specialists to customers who require that service.
  • VS-1000 Vacuum De-Gassing Equipment is a compact system for easy degassing of polyurethanes before injection into a mold to eliminate air bubbles and prevent voids in the final casting. The equipment is comprised of a vacuum chamber with clear acrylic top and pump installed on a mobile cart for easy movement around the shop. The cart also has room for weighing and mixing as well as a small storage area.

InnoTooling™ Liquid Plastic Urethane Tooling Materials

Innovative Polymers manufactures Shore A and Shore D hardness polyurethanes that are specifically formulated for tooling applications. We also supply a broad range of RTV silicone rubbers for moldmaking.  Molds, patterns and fixtures cast from polyurethanes or RTV silicone rubbers significantly reduce costs and lead times compared with metal tooling. “Soft” molds are ideal for rapid production of 10 to 100 high quality, thermoplastic-like prototypes. Patterns and fixtures cast from polyurethanes feature excellent dimensional accuracy and stability as well as outstanding abrasion resistance for extended service life.The products are easy to mix and pour, set fast and cure at room temperature.

Key properties include:

Polyurethanes

  • Hardness ranges: Shore 70-95A and Shore 40-60D
  • Minimal shrinkage
  • Low exotherm to accommodate large castings in a single pour
  • Good mechanical characteristics with high elongation and tear strengths
  • Outstanding reproduction of detail

RTV Silicones

  • Shore A hardness ranges from 5-70A.
  • Minimal to no shrinkage
  • Excellent elongation and tear strength
  • Outstanding reproduction of detail

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InnoTooling™ Rigid Urethane Plastic
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 ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorGel Time, min.Hardness, Shore DTensile Strength, psiElongation, %Tear Strength, pliFlexural Modulus, psiIzod Impact Strength Notched, ft-lb/in
IE-644-02 Translucent Amber 25 +/- 5 80 +/- 5A 1,000 185 150 N/A 6.0
IE-644-03 Amber 25 +/- 5 93 +/- 3A 1,500 113 175 N/A N/A
IE-644-04 Translucent Amber 25 +/- 5 55 +/- 5D 3,000 100 370 45,000 9.0
IE-644-05 Translucent Amber 90 sec. +/- 15 sec 55 +/- 5D 3,000 100 370 45,000 9.0
IE-644-08 Translucent Amber 16 +/- 2 62 +/- 5D 4,900 40 550 90,000 4.0
IE-9040 Clear / Yellow 20 +/- 5 40 +/- 5D 2,000 180 310 N/A N/A
IE-9060 Clear / Yellow 17 +/- 3 55 +/- 5D 3,250 185 585 50,000 14.0
IE-9080 Clear / Yellow 20 +/- 5 80 +/- 5A 1,100 275 150 N/A N/A
 
Silicones Inc. RTV Silicone Rubber 
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ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorHardness, Shore ATensile Strength, psiElongation, %Tear Strength, pliVolume/ Surface Restivity, ohms-cmDielectric Strength, volts/milDielectric Constant, 100 HzDissipation Factor
100 Hz
P-Series
P-20 Translucent 22 +/- 4 525 +/- 50 425 +/- 50 120 +/- 25 N/A N/A N/A N/A
P-44 Translucent 42 +/- 4 600 +/- 50 250 +/- 25 120 +/- 20 1 x 1015 500 2.9 0
P-45 Reddish-Brown

45 +/- 4

800 +/- 50 275 +/- 50 160 +/- 15 N/A N/A N/A N/A
P-50 Green 54 +/- 4 750 +/- 50 200 +/- 25 70 +/- 10 5 x 1014 500 2.9 0.02
P-60 Blue 62 +/- 4 900 +/- 90 200 +/- 25 75 +/- 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A
P-90 Red 35 +/- 4 600 +/- 50 415 +/- 30 125 +/- 10 5 x 1014 580 2.8 0.01
P-125 Translucent 40 +/- 4 700 +/- 50 250 +/- 50 90 +/- 15 1 x 1015 500 2.9 0
GI-Series
GI-1000 Blue 32 +/- 4 525 +/- 25 300 +/- 25 120 +/- 10 1 x 1015 500 3.3 0.02
GI-1040 Blue 40 +/- 4 525 +/- 25 225 +/- 25 100 +/- 15 N/A N/A N/A N/A
GI-1100 Blue 25 +/- 4 525 +/- 25 400 +/- 25 140 +/- 15 N/A N/A N/A N/A

*** Physical properties included on in this chart were obtained using various cure schedules.
*** Please refer to each product's data bulletin for the specific cure schedule used to obtain the values shown above.

Mold Making and Casting | RTV Silicone Rubber

A full range of RTV Silicone Rubbers is available from Innovative Polymers for casting durable molds that are suitable for building accurate prototypes for a variety of applications. The RTV Silicone Rubbers exhibit low to no shrinkage and provide for outstanding replication of fine details.

Innovative Polymers supplies two different types of RTV Silicone Rubbers to meet customer needs:

  • P series Silicone Rubbers are addition cure systems that produce molds with virtually no shrinkage. Curing of the materials may be inhibited by tin, sulfur or amines, occurs in total confinement and can be accelerated with heat. P series RTV Silicone Rubbers produce molds with excellent heat resistance and elongation.
  • GI series Silicone Rubbers cure via condensation at room temperature over virtually any surface. The systems feature very high elongation and tear strength.

 

 

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ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorHardness, Shore ATensile Strength, psiElongation, %Tear Strength, pliVolume/ Surface Restivity, ohms-cmDielectric Strength, volts/milDielectric Constant, 100 HzDissipation Factor
100 Hz
P-Series
P-20 Translucent 22 +/- 4 525 +/- 50 425 +/- 50 120 +/- 25 N/A N/A N/A N/A
P-44 Translucent 42 +/- 4 600 +/- 50 250 +/- 25 120 +/- 20 1 x 1015 500 2.9 0
P-45 Reddish-Brown

45 +/- 4

800 +/- 50 275 +/- 50 160 +/- 15 N/A N/A N/A N/A
P-50 Green 54 +/- 4 750 +/- 50 200 +/- 25 70 +/- 10 5 x 1014 500 2.9 0.02
P-60 Blue 62 +/- 4 900 +/- 90 200 +/- 25 75 +/- 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A
P-90 Red 35 +/- 4 600 +/- 50 415 +/- 30 125 +/- 10 5 x 1014 580 2.8 0.01
P-125 Translucent 40 +/- 4 700 +/- 50 250 +/- 50 90 +/- 15 1 x 1015 500 2.9 0
GI-Series
GI-1000 Blue 32 +/- 4 525 +/- 25 300 +/- 25 120 +/- 10 1 x 1015 500 3.3 0.02
GI-1040 Blue 40 +/- 4 525 +/- 25 225 +/- 25 100 +/- 15 N/A N/A N/A N/A
GI-1100 Blue 25 +/- 4 525 +/- 25 400 +/- 25 140 +/- 15 N/A N/A N/A N/A


Physical properties included on in this chart were obtained using various cure schedules. Please refer to each product's data bulletin for the specific cure schedule used to obtain the values shown above.

Inno-FR™ Flame Retardant Liquid Urethanes

Creating long-lasting, flame retardant goods ranging from electronic parts to medical devices, gaming machine components to automotive parts, Inno-FR™ liquid plastic casting resins meet UL 94 V-O requirements. Several of the polyurethanes are Yellow Card certified at United Laboratories (UL).  Polymers in the Inno-FR™ Series include:

  • RC-79D, a 1:1 by-weight rigid urethane exhibiting high flexural properties, heat resistance, and a 55-second gel time. Inno-FR™ RC-79D Liquid Urethane Plastic Flame Retardant MRI Machine Medical

  • TP-4014, TP-4015 and TP-4016, rigid urethanes developed for applications requiring high impact strength and heat resistance. 

  • FX-8575, our clear flame retardant urethane developed for artists and environments that require either clarity or elaborate color designs such as stained glass, swirls, or cracked ice effects.

  • FX-8585, our newest FR material which offers a 7-minute gel time and 266°F heat deflection temperature if post-cured.


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Inno-FR™ FX Series Data :: Shore A Elastomers
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ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorGel TimeHardness, Shore ATensile Strength, psiElongation, %Tear Strength, pli
FX-8061 White 12.5 +/- 2.5 min. 60 +/- 5 525 180 75
FX-8071 White 12.5 +/- 2.5 min. 70 +/- 5 600 150 85
FX-8081 White 12.5 +/- 2.5 min. 80 +/- 5 1,050 150 135
FX-8091 White 12.5 +/- 2.5 min. 90 +/- 5 1,400 125 160

 

 
Inno-FR™ FX Series Data :: Shore D Rigids
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ProductsPhysical Properties
Click on Product Name to View PDF ColorGel TimeHardness, Shore DTensile Strength, psiElongation, %Flexural Modulus, psiIzod Impact
Strength Notched, ft-lb/in
Heat Deflection Temperature,
°F (°C)
FX-8575 Clear 12.5 +/- 2.5 min.  82 +/- 5 11,600  5  350,000 0.8 131 (55)
FX-8585 Tan 7 +/- 1.5 min. 85 +/- 5 6,600 3 235,000 0.7 207 (97)
RC-79D Amber 55 +/-
15 sec.
85 +/- 5 5,200 5 325,000 0.6 207 (97)
RC-542 Buff  40 +/- 10 sec. 75 +/- 5  6,000  8  240,000 0.5 203 (95)
TP-4014 Amber 12.5 +/- 2.5 min. 70 +/- 5 5,500 55 110,000 2.5 185 (85)
TP-4015 Black 90 +/- 5 sec. 70 +/- 5 4,900 18 168,300 2.5 192 (89)
TP-4016 Black 6 +/- 1 min. 75 +/- 5 6,000 24 180,000 1.5 230 (110)
 
*** Physical properties included on in this chart were obtained using various cure schedules.
*** Please refer to each product's data bulletin for the specific cure schedule used to obtain the values shown above.

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