01 September 2015
01 September 2015
Cristex has launched its Flexyfoam range of PVC Foams, a closed cell, cross linked polymer foam that combines high stiffness and strength to weight ratios with toughness.
According to Cristex, the fine cell structure provides an excellent bonding surface compatible with most resins. It says that Flexyfoam is easy to use, can be worked with conventional tools and can be drilled, shaped or cut as appropriate, enabling engineers and composite designers to tailor laminates to meet the most demanding applications.
Flexyfoam is available in a range of thickness, 3mm – 75mm and a range of densities. In addition to the standard grade Flexyfoam, it can be supplied grooved/drilled and scrim backed.
Cristex explains that Flexyfoam has the following characteristics;
It says that the Flexyfoam is suitable for the following applications;
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