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  • Working Principle of foil insulation foam

    Working Principle of foil insulation foam

    The Heat is an energy, transmits in three ways, conduction, convection, radiation. Through the high temperature to low temperature transfer, and ultimately achieve the dynamic balance of average temperature. Conduction: Air is a poor conductor of heat conduction. The air layer is the best materi...
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  • What is Irradiated crosslinking polypropylene foam (IXPP foam)

    What is Irradiated crosslinking polypropylene foam (IXPP foam)

    Technical advantages of irradiated crosslinking polypropylene foam (IXPP foam) Irradiated crosslinking polypropylene foam (IXPP foam) products have attracted much attention due to their good thermal stability (maximum temperature up to 130 ℃) and the size stability of p...
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  • MEISHUO ESD foam

    MEISHUO ESD foam

    1. Difference between anti-static ESD foam and conductive ESD foam IXPE conductive / anti-static foam: the product is extruded polyethylene or modified polyethylene and conductive filler and antistatic agent. After radiation crosslinking and high temperature foaming, conductive / anti-static foa...
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  • What is IIC and STC rate for flooring system?

    What is IIC and STC rate for flooring system?

    Sound insulation products, such as underlayment, are commonly used in apartments, hospitals, schools, hotels, office buildings and customers who want quieter floors.  Sound insulation materials for impact sound insulation are designed to absorb and attenuate the sound generated by footsteps, fal...
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  • Standards for Flammability of automotive interior materials- FMVSS 302 VS GB 8410

    Standards for Flammability of automotive interior materials- FMVSS 302 VS GB 8410

    GB 8410: Flammability of automotive interior materials 1) Scope GB 8410 is a kind of Chinese standard specifies the technical requirements and test methods for the horizontal flammability of automotive interior materials. It applies to the assessment of automotive interior materials. As automoti...
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  • FAQ about ASTM E84

    FAQ about ASTM E84

    ASTM E 84: standard test method for surface burning characteristics of building materials The purpose of ASTM E84 test is to observe the flame spread along with a sample in order to determine the relative burning behavior of its material. Through the E84 test, both the Flame Spread Index (FSI) a...
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  • What is thermal conductivity?

    What is thermal conductivity?

    What is thermal conductivity? Thermal conductivity refers to the ability of a given material to conduct/transfer heat. It is generally denoted by the symbol ‘k’ but can also be denoted by ‘λ’ and ‘κ’. The reciprocal of this quantity is known as thermal resistivity. Materials with high thermal con...
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  • R-value for construction application

    R-value for construction application

    R-value for construction application The Right Insulation…..increases building energy efficiency, improves health and well-being and reduces greenhouse gas emissions and provides more than just efficiency for buildings Environmental benefits: • Buildings account for over 20% of GHG emissions. • ...
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  • Shock pad underlay for artificial grass

    Shock pad underlay for artificial grass

    Foam shock pad underlays   are often used in artificial turf installation for a number of reasons. They provide a soft feel underfoot and help to cushion the impact of trips and falls. We don’t just supply the best artificial grass shoch pad! We also provide professional guidance. Inst...
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  • Understanding Radiant Heat Transfer and Radiant Heat Barriers

    The Sun is our greatest source of heat and we are always in a battle to control that heat in our homes. The heat we experience from the sun is made up of different parts ultraviolet heat visible light heat and infrared heat. When you’re out in the hot sun, you feel it’s 3% from ultrav...
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  • How does insulation work?

    How does insulation work?

    (The control of heat flow.) Thermal insulation is designed to restrict and resist heat transfer via three mechanisms. 1)Conduction Conduction is how heat moves along or through a material by effectively being passed along from one molecule to another. It can take place in gases, liquids or solid...
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  • Roof insulation

    Roof insulation

    Thermal insulation foam (foam laminated aluminum foil) is professionally covered on the roof, which has significant thermal insulation (radiation protection) effect, leak prevention and sound insulation. Do not let the sun, ultraviolet rays and rain acid corrode the roof, so that your roof is not...
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