|Shore Hardness:||15~18 Degree||Material:||PE|
polypropylene foam sheets,
crosslinked pp foam
Irradiation cross-linked Polypropylene (IXPP) foam is a kind of high-performance closed cell foaming material which is made of polypropylene and various fillers, additives and foaming agents various materail .The production process includes granulation, extrusion, electron irradiation, cross linking and high temperature foaming.
IXPP Material Advantages
More excellent mechanical properties on tensile strength,elongation
Easy to cut ,fabrication and process;
Good thermal deformation behavior,limit temperature to 140 DEG C.
High temperature resistant performance,and low thermal shrinking rate;
Low-odour than PE foam and other foam material.
CYG TEFA offers the best solution for polyethylene foam production based on long experience in the developing ,manufacturing PE foam.All the service are focused on quality of products and satisfied our customer.
We are committed to developing,manufacturing and selling cross-linked PE foam.Over the years,we have developed 3 production bases in Shenzhen,Hangzhou,Chongqing,and 8 production lines of all kinds,with annual production capacity of 4000tons
1)What's the advantage of your insulation?
Our insulation have good performance on heat-resistant, fireproof, waterproof, heavy duty, lightweight, Eco-friendly and so on
2)What’s the order procedure?
First we discuss foam products details by email or TM.
Then we issue you a PI for your confirmation. You will be requested to do prepaid full payment or deposit before we go into production.
After we get the deposit, we start to process the order. usually takes 7-15days if we don’t have the items in stock.
Before production has been finished, we will contact you for shipment details, and the balance payment. After payment has been settled, we start to prepare the shipment for you.
3) What's the application of insulation?
Our insulation products are widely used on roofing, external wall, floor, HVAC pipe, transportation and any other places needing insulation.
Low-density polyethylene foam has numerous applications because of its many desirable properties including water-resistance, chemical resistance, energy-absorbance, buoyancy and cushioning characteristics. Compressive strength is greater in denser foams, decreasing as density decreases. Low-density foams tend to exhibit more compressive creep, meaning they become less thick over time, than higher-density foams.
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