Products/Services for Expanded Polypropylene Foam

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    Foams and Foam Materials - (579 companies)
    Foams and foam materials are industrial products made from low density elastomers, plastics, and other materials with various structures and porosities. Image Credit: 3M Industrial Adhesives & Tapes Canada | Dow Automotive Systems | BJB Enterprises... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Foam Bonding Tapes - (89 companies)
    ...adhesives that are formulated for specific types of foams and substrates. Foam bonding tape is an important component in any application using foam products because failure of the bonding may cause the entire product to fail. Selecting foam bonding tapes... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Foam Insulation - (67 companies)
    Foam insulation or thermal insulating foams are low density elastomers or polymers, which provide a thermal barrier between components and a heat or cold source. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Foam Cores - (47 companies)
    ...including ethylene copolymer, expanded polystyrene, expanded polyethylene, polyester, polyether, polyimide, polyolefin, polypropylene, phenolic resin, polyisocyanates, polyurethane, vinyl or PVC, and other speciality compositions. Foam cores may... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Protective Packaging - (743 companies)
    ...angle or edge board, bubble wrap or foam packaging, partition, corrugated wrapping, cradle, foam-in-place, packaging insert, packing peanuts, panels, trays, and void fillers. How to Select Protective Packaging. Image Credit: All-Spec Industries... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Specialty Polymers and Resins - (489 companies)
    They are used in products such as acoustical foams, sound barriers, and molded isolators. Most specialty composites are filled with a strengthening phase, reinforcement fibers, toughening phase, or other specialty fillers that provide unique properties... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Plastic Molding Services - (2833 companies)
    Plastic molding services use a number of different molding techniques to produce components, including thermoplastic and thermoset injection molding, blow molding (includes injection blow molding), rotational molding, thermoforming, structural foam... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Mouldings - (304 companies)
    Mouldings are profile-cut lengths of wood, medium-density fiberboard, foam, or polyvinylchloride that are placed around openings such as windows and doors, or around ceilings and floors to give them a finished, decorative appearance. Mouldings... Learn More
  • Fabricated Plastic Parts and Semi-Finished Shapes - (378 companies)
    Fabricated plastic parts and semi-finished shapes include molded, cast, extruded and machined parts made from any polymeric materials. They are supplied as bars, films, plates, profiles, rods and shims. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Thermoplastics and Thermoplastic Resins - (664 companies)
    ...of Thermoplastic Chemical Systems. Thermoplastics are based upon a variety of chemical systems listed in the GlobalSpec SpecSearch Database. The most important ones include polyvinyl chloride, polypropylene, polycarbonate, ethylene copolymer, and ABS... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...bicycle helmets. The company, which has 250 employees, molds a full range of materials including expanded polystyrene (EPS), expanded polyethylene (EPE), expanded polypropylene (EPP), and copolymers such as GECET, ARCEL, and RMER. These raw materials are injected as beads into molds, then heated...

polypropylene (EPP), and copolymers such as GECET, ARCEL, and RMER. These raw materials are injected as beads into molds, then heated with steam which causes them to expand and solidify into the finished shape. Foam Fabricators also fabricates flexible materials such as polyethylenes, polyurethanes...

...such as electronic or auio components is another application for ither PE or PP foam. The toughness of E/PS alloy foams qualifies them for mateial-handling applications where repeated use is required. The principal resins of the polyolefin family are polyethylene and polypropylene. Other polyolefin...

...such as polypropylene, polyethylene, and other low-energy rubbers and plastics by using the company's polyolefin primer. A contract manufacturer that designed and produced an in-line silicone pump set specified the instant curing adhesive to bond polypropylene to polypropylene and polypropylene to silicone. More...

), uses expanded polypropylene foam, commonly used as a packing material, as an assembly chassis for electronic devices. E-PAC eliminates the screws and snap-on fasteners traditionally used to secure components. Instead, these parts are foam mounted at a fraction of the cost of fasteners...

...and transfer tape constructions are made from state-of-the-art materials. Recent developments include the production of a hydrocolloid product range in a Class 10,000 cleanroom. Stand 900 Bard Vascular Systems Div. Manufactures textile and expanded PTFE components for implantable medical devices...

...in the prototype phase and perform well in clinical trials and clear the regulatory process. But then you may discover that the design does not support the speed or precision needed for economical high-volume production methods." An experienced converter can also offer the designer expanded options...

...polyethylene, polypropylene, nylon, and silicone rubber tubing are also profiled. The brochure is suited for sourcing the small quantities that are often needed for research and development. SIMS Portex Ltd. Hythe, Kent, UK. Plug-in spectrometer A miniature fibre-optic spectrometer that is mounted...

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