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  • Why Polyurethane?
    The term "rigid polyurethane foam" comprises two polymer types: Polyisocyanurate formulations and polyurethane formulations. They are distinguished from each other by the manner in which they are produced and in the resulting performance:
  • How General Plastics' Tooling Foam Empowered Creation and Test of Prototype Missile Aeroshell Cover at Mach 4+ Speed
    Applied Aerospace Structures Corp. looked to General Plastics' Multi-Use Core Series for it's fine-cell structure, stability, and easy-to-machine benefits. Already familiar with its physical properties and advantages, AASC selected the 30-pound density of this rigid polyurethane foam to mold tools
  • Air National Guard
    The Air National Guard (ANG) contacted General Plastics as it explored rigid polyurethane foam solutions to munitions storage for its civil air defense facilities. In particular, it sought a cost-effective, nonflammable barrier solution for storage of Division 1.1 and 1.4 explosives in a smaller
  • Dielectric Materials for Use in Radomes
    Mfg. Co. presents an overview of dielectric materials, as well as a comparison of polyurethane foam with other commonly used dielectrics. In addition, dielectric properties of three series of rigid polyurethane foam at low, medium and high densities are examined in frequencies ranging from 1 - 10 GHz
  • Enhanced Polyisocyanurate Foams for Metal Faced Panels (.pdf)
    Rigid Faced Double Belt Lamination (RF-DBL) is a term used to identify a continuous manufacturing process for producing steel faced foam cored sandwich panels for use as insulating elements in building applications. This type of construction product may need to be in compliance with stringent

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