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Is blue foam closed cell?

Blue Board is available in a wide range of board styles, and thicknesses which share common characteristics. Being closed cell foam it makes a good insulator (typically R5 per inch) that is resistant to water damage and mold growth.


Likewise, people ask, is polyethylene foam closed cell?

Polyethylene: Polyethylene foam is a strong, resilient closedcell foam. Ideally suited as the material or part of a material required in products requiring a shock absorbing, vibration dampening, insulation, barrier or buoyancy component, and as a material for cushioning products in packaging applications.

Subsequently, question is, what is the difference between pink and blue foam board? Both pink and blue foam boards are rigid insulation panels made from extruded polystyrene. The chemical composition, manufacturing process and insulating capability of the two products are similar; the principal difference between them is that they are manufactured by two different companies.

Similarly one may ask, what is blue foam?

Pink/Blue foam is actually EXTRUDED Polystyrene. This is a closed-cell extruded form of polystyrene that is commonly known by the trade name of “Styrofoam”. Just as most people call a vacuum-cleaner a “Hoover” Extruded Polystyrene is called “Styrofoam”.

Is Styrofoam open or closed cell?

Open Cell Polyurethane Foam With R-values of 3.6-3.8/in., it does not match the insulating capabilities of closedcell foam, but it still has its applications. In industry, it is commonly called “half-pound” foam. Opencell foam does not block vapor but instead allows it to pass through the foam matrix.


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