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The Traits, Differences, and Applications of Ester and Ether-Based Polyurethane Foam

To say something is “made of foam” likely produces one of two mental images of the material; the white polystyrene seen in drinking cups, coolers, and packing peanuts, or the squishy, spongy material that makes up foam footballs and polyurethane sheet packaging. These are both correct obviously, but as is true with many things, there … Continue reading

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