Closed cell polyethylene foam insulation
Polyethylene foam is formed by heating a polymer compound, and can receive its formulation additives to change its properties before being heated and extruded into a solid state. The material also has a variety of shapes and sizes, has a certain degree of rigidity, and can maintain the shape when cut into thicker sections. The main uses of polyethylene foam are shock-absorbing packaging, thermal insulation, floating materials, electrical insulation materials, wood substitutes, and sealing gaskets.
|Item No.||FOAM 8025|
|Color||Black, White, Grey|
Features of closed cell polyethylene foam insulation sheet:
1. Abrasion resistance and high impact resistance;
2. The impact strength is a high value among the existing plastics, even at -70℃, there is still a high impact strength;
3. Very good self-lubrication;
4. Very low water absorption;
5. Chemically stable, resistant to various corrosions such as acid, alkali, and salt within a certain temperature and concentration range.