C.U.E., Inc

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11 Leonberg Rd.
Cranberry Township, PA 16066-3601
About C.U.E., Inc
  • C.U.E., Inc. – A world leader in cast urethane products, with over a half-century of urethane molding expertise, provides high quality molded urethane products at competitive prices.

    In addition to standard shapes (sheet, bar, rod, and tube stock), C.U.E. offers several proprietary product lines, and specializes in custom-molding Polyurethanes to customer print specifications.

    Please take your time browsing our website (www.cue-inc.com) and get to know us, then contact C.U.E. to discuss your specific polyurethane needs. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Products by C.U.E., Inc
  • Linings and Wear Parts

    C.U.E. Hardliner-brand Polyurethane Sheets offer outstanding abrasion, impact, and chemical resistance; making them an excellent choice for chute, bin, hopper, etc. lining applications. Hardliner sheets are available in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", and 1" standard thickness; in standard 4' and 5'... Read more
  • Urethane Salt Spinners, Plow Blades, and Highway Maintenance Products

    Unlike their metal counterparts, CUE Inc. urethane products will not rust or corrode. CUE Urethane salt spinners resist the abrasive wear effects of sand and salt. CUE Urethane plow blades flex on impact with raised road hazards, to reduce the impact’s shock, and then return to their original... Read more