Most of you know Dyplast® manufactures Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) products to serve the Southeast U.S., with the most vibrant markets in Florida - - where our factory and business operations are centered. Dyplast manufactures EPS blocks using a molding process to achieve densities of 1.0, 1.25, 1.5, and 2.0 lb/ft3. Our production capacities allow us to meet market demands for large or small volume projects. This Qwik Guide simply offers a one-page summary of those products with short descriptions.
This one-page Qwik Guide contains a sampling of the conclusions from the past three Technical Bulletins from Dyplast that explored Logical Thinking regarding the performance of thermal insulants at very low and cryogenic temperatures. The topics are complex, and we encourage you to read each of the three Technical Bulletins to better understand the multifaceted discussions and caveats that may better inform decision-makers.
Dyplast Products is releasing the final installment of its 3-part series of Technical Bulletins to address "Logical Thinking" when specifying mechanical insulation for very cold/cryogenic applications. In this document, we continue our discussion about how the environment at very low/cryogenic temperatures is very different from the ambient conditions sometimes set by the test protocols of many standard organizations.