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GeoCell® K-330

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Bewi Styrochem
GeoCell® K-330 by Bewi Styrochem is a recyclable, shock absorbing, expandable polystyrene (EPS) grade containing pentane (reduced amount) as a blowing agent. Is cost-effective, environment friendly and safe to use. Available in the form of spherical beads with a bulk density of about 0.6g/cm3 in 1.1 ton octabins. It does not contain any chlorofluorocarbon (CFC's) or hydro-chloro-fluoro carbon (HCFC's). Is suitable for processing by foaming by continuous machine or block molding. Recommended for light & heavy insulation board and low density applications. Also used in applications where low water uptake is required like frost insulation of building perimeter. GeoCell® K-330 complies with food contact regulations.
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Product Type
PS or GPPS (Polystyrene) > EPS
Physical Form
Beads
Product Status
COMMERCIAL

GeoCell® K-330 Properties

Physical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Pentane Content
5.5 - 6.5 %
( )
Gas Chromatography
Monomer Level
< 0.1 %
( )
Gas Chromatography
Main Bead Size Distribution
1.3 - 2.5 mm
( )
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GeoCell® K-330 Processing Guidelines

Foaming Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Pre-Foaming Temperature
100 - 110 °C
Conditioning Time
12 - 24 hr
Steam Pressure
< 2 bar
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