DMF free polyurethane gloves

Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2023 10:14 pm
I am making supported gloves with polyurethane coated fabric liners. Polyurethane used here is dissolved using DMF as a solvent and the supplier of PU provides it as a slurry of PU dissolved in DMF. However after the process there is a residual amount of DMF remaining in gloves. As DMF is toxic I want to get rid of residual amount.
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Reply Tue 24 Jan, 2023 09:19 am
@Sayani Nimanka,
I think you need a new raw material. Does your process require PU in DMF? DMF is nasty stuff.
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