Plastic track material consists of polyurethane prepolymer, mixed polyether, waste tire rubber, EPDM rubber pellets or PU pellets, pigments, auxiliaries and fillers. The plastic track has the characteristics of good flatness, high compressive strength, appropriate hardness and elasticity, and stable physical properties, which is conducive to the use of athletes' speed and technology, effectively advancing the movement effect, and reducing the rate of injuries.
The plastic track is made of polyurethane rubber and other materials. It has certain elasticity and color, and has certain anti-ultraviolet ability and aging resistance. It is internationally recognized as the best all-weather outdoor sports flooring material. Commonly used on playground tracks. Kunshan Plastic Runway Construction.jpg is a double-layer spray polyurethane runway system. The base layer is made of black environmentally friendly rubber particles bonded with polyurethane resin, and the surface layer is made of colored EPDM rubber particles mixed with polyurethane and sprayed directly on the surface layer by SMG machinery.
The base layer of the compound plastic runway is black environmentally friendly rubber particles bonded with polyurethane resin, and the surface layer is colored EPDM rubber particles cast in polyurethane resin. The prefabricated plastic runway is a prefabricated coil runway. Based on natural rubber and artificial rubber, mixed mineral fillers, stabilizers and pigments are calendered in the factory, and are formed by high temperature vulcanization and hardening at 280-300 ℃, mechanical embossing, double layer with texture Structural synthetic rubber.
Hybrid plastic runway is a runway system in which PU and black rubber particles are mixed in a certain proportion. The materials are transported to the site and mixed according to a certain proportion, participating in catalyst mixing uniformly, paving, and vulcanization molding at room temperature. This surface layer is currently only a national standard plastic surface layer material, which is mainly used in professional competition venues.