Open Cell vs Closed Cell Polyurethane: Which Application is Best for Each?

August 5, 2021

The commitment of significant resources is required to pull back the curtain and reveal how thermal and acoustic events behave inside buildings. In turn, manufacturers have an intimate understanding of just how the air flows and sound propagates within a structure. Open cell and closed cell polyurethane compounds are the spray-in-place formulation of choice here, […]

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An Overview of Tensile Strength and Load Dependability in Adhesives and Sealants

July 23, 2021

Adhesives are infused with key fixative attributes that target binding prowess and sealant incorruptibility. In short, the chemical binding compound discharges promptly, cures quickly, and anchors with undeniable strength. Now, a purchasing agent is bound to ask about both of these features and more, but the underlying principle driving these queries always comes back to […]

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Working from Home? The Benefits of Soundproofing Your Home Office

July 8, 2021

The work from home insurgency is the new normal, and it’s been bound to happen. Since 2005, there has been a 159% increment in remote work. The adaptability offers assists businesses with enlisting top ability. Furthermore, employees are seen to improve their workspaces. An incredible chance to improve your home workspace is by adding soundproof […]

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The Advantages of Using Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate (EVA) Foam for Sealant Purposes

June 24, 2021

Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer foam is used as an effective substitute for a variety of materials used in production. It is a suitable substitute for natural rubber, vinyl, neoprene, polyurethane and PVC foams, wood composites, felts, fibreglass, and mineral wool. The EVA foam material characteristically provides good gloss and clarity, remains strong at low-temperatures, retains […]

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An Overview of Green Glue Whisper Clips and Its Advantages for Your Home

June 7, 2021

Green Glue whisper clips are considered lifesavers by some sleep-deprived apartment owners. That’s because those thin-walled residences aren’t very good noise isolators. Think of a neighbours argument passing freely through a paper-thin wall, then their stereo starts up after the quarrel is over. You start to feel like you’re living in a claustrophobic pigeonhole. Not […]

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