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Foam in Place

Foam-in-Place (FIP) is a process of applying a foam bead utilizing a mixing machine that injects nitrogen to a Dynafoam product using a 6-axis robot. This foam bead competes favorably with die-cut gaskets and allows three-dimensional beads at a competitive price with minimal up-front costs. A water-tight seal is created at 30% compression. The one-part foam cures with room temperature and does not require special ventilation.

More information about Saint-Gobain's DYNAFOAM product can be obtained here.

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  • Polyphthalamide (PPA)
    • Material: Polyphthalamide (PPA)
    • Foam: Dynafoam from Saint-Gobain
    • Mold Style: 4 Cavity Production Tooling
    • Industry: Automotive
    • Unique Features: Dynafoam gasket applied with Foam-in-Place equipment after molding. (Image Foam-in-Place Sample Part)

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