Monthly Archives: March 2017

Raw materials for XPS board insulation have different sources to choose

Extruded polystyrene (XPS) board is the preferred choice of insulation for buildings. At the University of Hull, the XPS board was used for insulating new student accommodation. Approximately 4000 m2 of XPS 300 grade was installed on the project, supplied through building materials distributor. A specification requirement of the new accommodation was to raise the…
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XPS raw materials called PS pellets are perfect for XPS board manufacturers

XPS stands for Extruded Polystyrene. XPS foam board is an insulation material similar to polyisocyanurate in its texture and rigidity. It is usually blue or pink in color, with a smooth plastic surface. Like fiberglass, the pink and blue colors are not natural but part of the manufacturing company’s marketing efforts. XPS foam board is…
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PS pellets can be raw materials for plastic cutlery like polystyrene forks

Plastic cutlery makes life easier on businesses, who instead of having to wash a host of metal forks, spoons, and knives, can simply ask customers to discard their cutlery once they’re done eating. It also makes life easier on consumers who are hosting events or parties with a large amount of guests. No clean-up involved–simply…
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XPS raw material for XPS board manufacturing

XPS raw materials are called PS pellets.PS pellets include two sources. One is oil, the other is waste styrofoam. PS pellets from the oil called newly made PS pellets. There aren’t a lot of granulators to produce newly made PS pellets. In the United States, there are only 5 large newly made PS pellets manufacturers…
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