polyfoam


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Noun1.polyfoam - a foam made by adding water to polyurethane plastics
polyurethan, polyurethane - any of various polymers containing the urethane radical; a wide variety of synthetic forms are made and used as adhesives or plastics or paints or rubber
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On the basis of the type of products, crash pads are segmented into: semi-firm polyfoam, urethane cell foam, high quality firm foam, vinyl foam, closed-cell foam, open-cell foam, memory foam and others.
THE POLYFOAM Chemical Corp., the company behind Uratex Foam brand, is intensifying its presence in the Visayas and Mindanao area as it is looking at opening three more factories in the two key areas this year.
Heat 11 saw an horrendous spill on the third bend when Mikkel B Andersen fell heavily as Pijper passed him, his bike landing on top of the polyfoam fence and his partner Proctor laying it down swiftly.
Soiman said the building was found to have used inflammable polyfoam as cladding.
For a business that started with only a capital of P4,000 and founded Polyfoam Chemical Corporation, Uratex grew by leaps and bounds, now with more than 1,000 retail establishments nationwide including intensifying expansion in Visayas and Mindanao.
ICP Adhesives is focused on growth, with its prior carve out acquisition of the Pressurized Polyurethane Foam Adhesives business (formerly known as Polyfoam Products, Inc.), and now the completion of the acquisition of Fomo Products.
A focal point of Odette Is an installation above the quadruple banquette, which was painstakingly hand cut from oak, polyfoam, brass, and paper.
Employees have also trained with the Tile Roofing Institute, Polyfoam Tile Adhesive, The Sarasota Manatee Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association, Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association and Duro-Last Roofing.
The son of Bernard and Bernadette (Carpentier) Rogers, he worked at Bullard Abrasives in Westboro and then at Polyfoam in Northbridge.
The decision to rename EPS, which has previously been known as Styropor, Styrofoam, PSE, Piepschuim or Polyfoam to name but a few, has been initiated by Europe's EPS industry to give the material a name "truly reflective of its characteristics."
There's an $80 electric pad, "thermostatically controlled to keep the pad within your pet's body temperature range." For about $50 or $75, you can buy an "orthopedic pad" of "medical grade" polyfoam.
"We're looking at a Polyfoam fence, similar to Berwick's," said Havelock.