cellular plastic

cellular plastic

[′sel·yə·lər ′plas·tik]
(materials)
A type of plastic with apparent density decreased substantially by the presence of numerous cells disposed throughout its mass.

cellular plastic

A plastic containing numerous cells disposed uniformly throughout its mass.
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Tenders are invited for Procurement Of 03 Types Of Insulation Board Thermal Cellular Plastic
Following a difficult couple of years, the FSK (Plastic Foam Association) reports that Germany's cellular plastic and polyurethane processors are now looking ahead to a much brighter future.
Offer a pallet with no nails to pop, no boards to splinter, no modular parts to come loose, and no brittle pieces of cellular plastic to break off, and the pallet becomes part of the solution instead of part of the problem.
Wool has a higher fire resistance than cellulose and cellular plastic insulants; it does not burn but rather melts away from an ignition source and extinguishes itself.
Vahvikesaumattu roof covers a double structure, within a cellular plastic insulation 20 mm.
Kurth also invented the process for SoyOyl, a biobased polyol, and was issued the pioneer patent for the use of vegetable oils to manufacture cellular plastic materials (polyurethane plastics).
Offer a pallet with no nails to pep, no boards to splinter, no modular parts to come loose, and no brittle pieces of cellular plastic to break off, and the pallet becomes part of the solution instead of part of the problem.
Kurth, director of Product Development for EFTI, has 27 years in the urethane, plastic, and rubber industries, invented the process for SoyOyl, a biobased polyol, and was issued the pioneer patent for the use of vegetable oils to manufacture cellular plastic materials (polyurethane plastics).
Lee, a foam extrusion researcher, is co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cellular Plastics.
Isover is a leader within its field of insulation solutions and the only supplier in Sweden to offer a complete range of insulation products with glass wool, stone wool, and cellular plastics.
Materials tested include textile, expanded vinyl plastics and cellular plastics, Puchovsky said.
The new web site contains more than 2100 records of thermal conductivity data for a variety of thermal insulation materials such as cellular plastics, corkboard and glass fiber, as well as building materials such as fiberboard and light-weight concrete.