|Styrofoam FB (Blue) Large Cell 2Lb/Cu. Ft.||8||16 x 4|
|Styrofoam FB (Blue) Large Cell 2Lb/Cu. Ft.||8||16 x 25|
|Styrofoam FB (Blue) Large Cell 2Lb/Cu. Ft.||8||16 x 42|
|Styrofoam FB (Blue) Large Cell 2Lb/Cu. Ft.||8||16 x 67|
|Styrofoam FB (Blue) Large Cell 2Lb/Cu. Ft.||8||16 x 109|
|This blue large cell expanded foam is 2 lb. per cubic feet density and cuts easily using a hot wire to airfoil shapes. Compatible with most adhesives, but should be used only with epoxies, not polyester resins. Will dissolve in fuels and solvents. For structural use in building aircraft such as VariEze, Long-EZ, Cozy, etc.|
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This is a core material which is used in many sandwich construction composite aircraft, but can also be used to shape and make small scale models or RC planes.
Yes, the epoxy systems we offer are compatible with the styrofoam and polyurethane foams we stock, Poly Epoxy included.
It cannot be a solvent based adhesive which would consist of acetone or MEK. Epoxy adhesives are commonly used and will not hurt the foam.
Max service temp is 165*F. You would first want to make a test panel and post cure at or below this temp to insure the safety of your part.
Yes, large and small cell styrofoam can be cut with with a hot wire.
It is Dow XPS foam.