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foam core

also foam·core  (fōm′kôr′)
n.
2. A core, as in a boat hull, made out of solidified chemical foam or a similar lightweight material.
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Foaber also has an expanding foam core which allows the product to recover from any teeth indents after play.
It features a dual-wall exterior, extra-thick polyurethane foam core and freezer-grade O-ring.
Tenders are invited for Quotation Call for Supplying, fitting, fixing, installation prefabricated shelter room of internal size 23%xll% and height 10% (The roofing will be of 30mm sandwich panels thick constructed along with polyurethane foam core, having density 40+2 kg/cum.
While matte board or foam core might work well for a temporary display, I thought that they would be too flimsy for my permanent door application.
Structurally, both models incorporate roll-formed, galvanized steel framing and an endurance-tested foam core continuously bonded to the frame surface with a flexible, nonflammable adhesive.
JSP has developed and optimized a blow-molding process that combines traditional blow molding with an injection-molded particle foam core.
Engineered with a patented hollow foam core, the U-Seal non-compression dock seal reduces building load and wear and tear on the dock seal face.
This study conducted comparative tests of the mechanical properties of cork conglomerate sandwich composites versus sandwich composites utilizing the more conventional synthetic foam core materials.
Composites with aluminium foam core in the form of rod have been used increasingly in many applications and are considered as new invention in advanced materials engineering applications.
A critical component of the RP8 is the skeletal plinth, a composite structure utilising a featherweight, nitrogen expanded, closed cell, polyolefin foam core sandwiched between two layers of phenolic resin.
has developed technology to manufacture Kynar PVDF foam core structures that have a highly foamed centre layer with solid interior and exterior layers.