The rainbow film exhibits a certain hardness, providing a supple texture and a soft and smooth feel.
The abrasion resistance of rainbow films surpasses many common polymers, making it more than five times more wear-resistant than natural rubber.
With a tensile strength of up to 70MPa and an elongation at break reaching 800%, the rainbow film excels in its tensile ability.
It offers superior weathering resistance compared to natural rubber foam materials used in mouse pad bases.
Excellent flexibility is maintained even in temperatures as low as -30 degrees Celsius, making it suitable for harsh environments.
Rainbow film exhibits good high-temperature resistance, withstanding temperatures up to 130 degrees Celsius.
Oil and Chemical Resistance:
As a strong polar polymer material, the film shows resistance to non-polar mineral oils and is hardly corroded by fuel and mechanical oils.
It boasts excellent bio compatibility, making it non-toxic and suitable for medical, health, sports, and protective equipment.
Environmentally Friendly Biodegradability:
When burned, it produces no air pollution and can biodegrade in the soil within 3-5 years.
Resistance to Yellowing and Scratching:
Rainbow film maintains its resistance to yellowing and scratching over time.
It is solvent-free, non-toxic, and tasteless, ensuring no hidden dangers in the production process.
Ease of Cleaning:
The coating is easy to clean, oil-resistant, waterproof, and antibacterial.
Due to its unique characteristics, rainbow film finds applications in various industries, including clothing, shoes, medical products, defense materials, and more.
Rainbow Coating in Competitive Gaming Mouse Pads:
Rainbow coating has gained popularity in competitive gaming mouse pads due to its ability to significantly improve player positioning accuracy and competition speed. The cool and mysterious aesthetic adds to the pad’s design, making it a favorite among esports players.