high-expansion foam

high-expansion foam

[′hī ik′span·chən ′fōm]
(materials)
Noncombustible foam made from ammonium lauryl sulfate; used in underground mine fire fighting.
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In addition, a new high-expansion foam material is used inside the vehicle to improve interior thermal management and reduce the weight of interior components.
Through the application of high-expansion foam material to interior and weight reduction in the materials used for the seating and interior, the thermal capacity necessary for controlling cabin temperature is reduced.

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