EPS, expanded polystyrene, is inflated polystyrene beads moulded together under heat and pressure. EPS is 98 per cent air, which gives it superb thermal insulation properties against heat, cold and moisture.

EPS is often used for food boxes, as it keeps food fresh even during long transport. It also has first-rate compressive strength, rigidity and durability, which protects products packed in EPS packaging against shocks and impact.

EPS is 100% recyclable and can be reused as raw material for new EPS in a closed loop that saves resources and lowers CO2 emissions.

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EPS Grey has about 20 % better insulation capacity than regular white EPS and the same first-rate properties. This is achieved by adding a small quantity of graphite to the material. EPS Grey is light, minimizes problems with cold bridges and allows for thinner insulation boards, which saves space.

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Extruded polystyrene, XPS, is molten polystyrene that is extruded into boards. XPS has a closed-cell structure, which and gives it high compressive strength and heat resistance.

XPS is often used as insulation in projects with high strength requirements and in projects that require higher water vapour diffusion since the closed-cell structure keeps water out.

XPS is recyclable and can be melted and reused as raw material for new products. The thermal properties of XPS can help reduce the amount of energy needed to heat and cool a building.

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