Zotefoams manufactures a wide range of closed cell, cross-linked polyolefin foams in many different densities from 15kg/m3 to 120 kg/m3 (1lb/ft3 to 7.5lbs/ft3).
Produced from LDPE, HDPE and blends, ethylene copolymers and 100% polypropylene, these foams are marketed under the leading brand names: PLASTAZOTE, EVAZOTE, SUPAZOTE and PROPOZOTE. Many of these 'Azote' foams are available in a wide variety of vivid attractive colours in addition to the more common black, white and grey.
Flame retardant, conductive and static dissipative variants are also produced for special applications. Zotefoams uses a unique nitrogen expansion manufacturing process to produce pure foam with exceptional consistency in terms of cell size and structure, density and depth of colour. Using this technology the Company has recently developed ZOTEK, a range of foams with outstanding thermal, physical and chemical properties and based on advanced engineering polymers such as PVDF and polyamide.
ZOTEK F (produced from Kynar PVDF flouropolymer) exhibits the excellent flame retardant properties demanded in the aerospace industry. The Company also markets T-Tubes, an advanced tube and pipe insulation system specifically developed for stainless steel process lines in cleanroom environments and manufactures from ZOTEK F.
A brochure from manufacturer of crosslinked polyolefin foams, Zotefoams, details the use of its Azote high performance materials in building and construction.
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