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Thermal insulation PINKCORE®
extruded polystyrenepanelfoam

thermal insulation
thermal insulation
thermal insulation
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extruded polystyrene
panel, foam
for doors

Min.: 1 in

Max.: 4 in


PINKCORE® Tight Tolerance is a closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam insulation board specifically designed to meet the needs of composite panel manufacturers. The high R-value and excellent moisture resistance properties inherent to XPS foam make it an ideal core for many of the sandwich panel applications in the OEM and building construction markets. Removal of the as-extruded skin surfaces using state of-the-art planer technology provides the tight tolerances necessary to ensure intimate contact between the foam core and facing material. The process also provides the panel-to-panel and lot-to-lot thickness control necessary to provide for proper alignment of composite panels in the end use application. PINKCORE® Tight Tolerance board can be used in any application requiring tight thickness tolerance control. It is particularly well suited for commercial or residential sandwich panel applications where facings made from materials such as aluminum, steel, FRP, wood, or plastic are to be laminated to the surfaces of the foam core. In most cases, an adhesive is needed to bond the facing material to the foam core. Typical adhesive systems used for this purpose are moisture cured urethanes or reactive hot melts. These systems often require the use of additional equipment such as static or vacuum bag presses In order to enhance intimate contact between the facing and foam core as the adhesive cures. Owens Cornings FOAMULAR® extruded polystyrene insulation is an ENERGY STAR® qualified product.


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