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8/28/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Elliott Co. of Indianapolis

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Elliott Co. (Indianapolis, Ind., USA) will feature its line of rigid unfaced polyiso/urethane foam core materials at CAMX 2014.

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Elliott Co. of Indianapolis Inc. (Indianapolis, Ind., USA) will feature its line of rigid unfaced polyiso/urethane foam core materials at CAMX 2014. Available in blocks, sheets and custom shapes, ELFOAM products offer a broad range of insulating, fire resistant and structural physical properties. Depending on the application, ELFOAM’s significant weight savings, strong chemical resistance and operating temperature range of ±300°F makes it suitable for use in panels, inserts, slopes, tanks, doors and equipment. Also available are new fabrication capabilities to complement the company's established sheeting, scoring, perforating and profiling capabilities. 

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