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  • IXPE product features

    PE foam cotton (IXPE foam cotton), IXPE material, the full name of electronic radiation cross-linked polyethylene foam material, is a high-tech, high-grade closed-cell foam material produced by ionizing radiation. It uses polyethylene as the main raw material, adds several other auxiliary materia...
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  • What kind of material is IXPE

    IXPE refers to IXPE foamed cotton. The full name of IXPE material is electron radiation cross-linked polyethylene foam material. It is made of polyethylene as the main raw material, together with several other auxiliary materials that do not contain any harmful substance...
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  • The difference between ixpe and xpe materials and their application areas

    This time, everyone will talk about the differences and application fields of ixpe and xpe materials. The ixpe cross-linking method is irradiated by an electron accelerator. Xpe is called chemically cross-linked foam. Cross-linking is achieved by adding a chemical cross-linking agent (DCP). It is...
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  • What is IXPE foam?

    IXPE foam has a wide range of applications. Generally speaking, for EVA with butadiene formate content less than 5%, its mechanical equipment is plastic film, wire and cable, LDPE modified engineering plastics, adhesive, etc.; butadiene formate content is less than 5%~10...
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  • What are the characteristics of IXPE foam?

    IXPE polyurethane foam is a new type of thermal insulation material made of polypropylene (PP) and carbon dioxide gas polyurethane foam. Its relative density is controlled at 0.10-0.70g/cm3, and the thickness is 1mm-20mm. It has good heat resistance (maximum application ambient temperature is 120...
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  • What is the difference between foam and sponge?

    The difference is still huge. Features of EVA foam: Waterproof: closed foam cell structure, no moisture absorption, waterproof, excellent waterproof performance. Corrosion resistance: resistant to chemical corrosion such as marine, vegetable oil, acid, alkali, etc., antibacterial, non-toxic, odor...
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