High Density Styrofoam

High Density Styrofoam provides a brief description of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) and Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) in order to choose the right styrofoam product for your project.


Expanded Polypropylene

Expanded Polypropylene is a considerably different polymer to Expanded Polystyrene.

Polypropylene adds flexibility, strength and a higher distortion temperature to the product. To put it simply, this product can withstand much harsher envirnomental conditions.

Furthermone, EPP has a higher chemical resistance to other polymers.

Tests have indicated a higher tensile strength, flame resistance, heat resistance, thermal deformation, weather resistance and dimensional stability. Tests have also indicated that Expanded Polypropylene is remarkably un-affected by petrol, oils and fluids.


Polystyrene Sheeting

RMAX, who are distributors of styrofoam products, have renamed Polystyrene Sheeting to ISOLITE. Isolite is a block moulded and fame retardant modified grade of expanded polystyrene (EPS).

Isolite is a closed cell, resilient, lightweight rigid cellular plastic material produced in several densitiies. These densities range from 10kg per cubic meter to 35kg per cubic meter.

Isolite has several application in the building inductry such as: thermal insulation systems for floors, walls and roofs. They also can be used for ceiling panels and other decorative surfaces.

Isolite can also be used for protective packaging, floatation and buoyancy applications and stage sets.

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