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  • my EPS block is waterproof...(WTF?) | Swaylocks

    Jun 17, 2013 · I was reading specs about some board producers they're claiming they have waterproof EPS in their boards now. That got me thinking if the blocks I shape from are waterproof too? -I took an unsealed dry chunk, weighed it, and pinned it into a buket of water, waited 3 days, pulled the lid off, the EPS is still super bouyant; cracked open the block, super dry internally, really cool bead ...


    EPS blocks, insulation sheets and shapes for the building industry: Preexpanders, silo plants, blockmoulds, cutting lines, contour cutters, packaging machines and recycling systems for EPS, as well as the complete downstream equipment for XPS, PUR/PIR and Mineralwool production lines - VIRO EPS-SYSTEMS provides the required

  • Mineral Wool Insulation vs Expanded Polystyrene - EWI Store

    I was just reading through this Mineral Wool Insulation vs Expanded Polystyrene article and my question is regards to weight. The mineral wool I assume is much heavier (if the wool you put in the loft is anything to go by). Does this have any detrimental impact on the structure of the property as I assume the walls are being 'dragged down'.

  • EPS Insulations | EPS & Styrofoam Blocks, Sheets, Panels ...

    EPS vs XPS (expanded polystyrene vs extruded polystyrene) 2 lb nominal density EPS (expanded polystyrene) has become a very popular alternative to extruded polystyrene for under slab and perimeter foundation wall insulation. The 2 lb EPS is available in any thickness, not just 1″ increments and is more economical than extruded polystyrene.


    An EPS Geofoam Block is expanded polystyrene formed into a large lightweight block often used as a soil substitute for engineering and construction projects. Insulation Corporation of America (ICA) is a woman owned and operated EPS manufacturing company located in Allentown, PA.


    of EPS brings the benefits of exceptional compressive strength and block rigidity. This means it is ideal for use in many construction and civil engineering applications, particularly as a structural base infill, for example in road, railway and bridge infrastructures. Strength tests performed on EPS which was first

  • 3 Ways to Dispose of Styrofoam - wikiHow

    May 12, 2019 · Styrofoam is the name for EPS, a kind of plastic. To throw away Styrofoam, remove any recyclable pieces, then break down sheets or blocks into smaller bits you can put in your regular trash can. To recycle, make sure you have plain white Styrofoam marked with the triangular recycling symbol.