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Foams: Closed Cell

Notes

Patent Abstracts

Patent Titles

*9/2/2013 
from 9/2/2013

Maro Encyclopedia

Foams

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Notes

“Closed-cell foams do not have interconnected pores. The closed-cell foams normally have higher compressive strength due to their structures. However, closed-cell foams are also in general denser, require more material, and as a consequence are more expensive to produce. The closed cells can be filled with a specialized gas to provide improved insulation. The closed-cell structure foams have higher dimensional stability, low moisture absorption coefficients, and higher strength compared to open-cell-structured foams. All types of foam are widely used as core material in sandwich-structured composite materials.” (Solid Foams, Wikipedia, 9/2/2013)

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Patent Abstracts

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Patent Titles

7/23/2013

1. 8,492,447 
Closed cell propylene-ethylene foam

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Interested!!
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(RDC 7/16/2012)

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* Date of latest addition; date of first entry is 9/2/2013.