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      • Styrofoam, light blue, untrimmed
        medium pore insulating board from extruded polystyrene rigid foam board, pressure-resistant, smooth, semi-gloss surfaces, straight edges, approx. 33 kg/m³, certified to EN 13501-1 norm, conforms to DIN 4102 building...
        9 Variants
        Styrofoam, light blue, untrimmed
        from 2,40 €
      • Styrofoam, light blue, trimmed
        fine pore insulating board from extruded polystyrene rigid foam board, extremely pressure-resistant (high density), smooth surfaces (sheared), straight edges, approx. 52 kg/m³, certified to EN 13501-1, conforms DIN...
        20 Variants
        Styrofoam, light blue, trimmed
        from 1,50 €
      • Polystyrene rigid foam, white, untrimmed
        fine pore model building board from extruded polystyrene rigid foam board, extremely pressure-resistant (high density), rough surfaces (not sheared), straight edges, approx. 33 kg/m³, certified to DIN EN 13501-1:...
        3 Variants
        Polystyrene rigid foam, white, untrimmed
        from 14,80 €
      • Polystyrene rigid foam, ivory, untrimmed
        medium pore insulating block made out of extruded polystyrene rigid foam; pressure-resistant, smooth, semi-gloss surface; straight edges, approx. 35 kg/m³, certified as conforming to EN 13501-1, conforms DIN 4102...
        9 Variants
        Polystyrene rigid foam, ivory, untrimmed
        from 3,35 €
      • Polystyrene rigid foam, silver-grey, untrimmed
        fine pored modelling panel made of extruded polystyrene rigid foam, very compression resistant (high density), glossy surfaces (untrimmed), straight edges, approx. 34 kg/m³, certified per DIN EN 13501-1; Euroclass...
        3 Variants
        Polystyrene rigid foam, silver-grey, untrimmed
        from 8,50 €
      • Polystyrene foam Styropor EPS 040 DEO/WAB
        multi-purpose insulation panel made of expanded polystyrene rigid foam, compression resistant (compressive stress ≥ 100 kPa per DIN EN 826), smooth edges without rim, fine pearl texture, white, approx. 16...
        6 Variants
        Polystyrene foam Styropor EPS 040 DEO/WAB
        from 0,95 €
      • Smart-X polystyrene panel with foam core, custom cutting
        100 % polystyrene, white, opaque, matte/matte, lightly grained, weather-resistant for up to 2 years (without significant change in colour), weight: 5 mm = approx. 1 kg/m², 10 mm = approx. 2 kg/m²,...
        2 Variants
        Smart-X polystyrene panel with foam core, custom cutting
        from 27,50 €
      • Selitron PS rigid foam panel, white
        interior insulating board from extruded polystyrene rigid foam board, pressure-resistant, medium pore, smooth, semi-gloss surfaces, approx. 30 bis 40 kg/m³, certified to DIN EN 13501-1
        2 Variants
        Selitron PS rigid foam panel, white
        from 2,90 €
      • Smart-X polystyrene panel with foam core
        100 % polystyrene, white, opaque, matte/matte, lightly grained, weather-resistant for up to 2 years (without significant change in colour), weight: 5 mm = approx. 1 kg/m², 10 mm = approx. 2 kg/m², protective foil...
        4 Variants
        Smart-X polystyrene panel with foam core
        from 4,20 €
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      Information about Polystyrene Rigid Foam Sheets

      Applications: Due to their low thermal conductivity, polystyrene rigid foam sheets are used extensively as insulation in the building trades. Just as in the case with its “mother” polystyrene, the foam has also come to be used in model making. Fine and medium pored solid foam made from extruded polystyrene has become the most used material, especially so in the case of architectural models, Above all else, this is because it can be so easily and precisely shaped and formed with a thermic saw.

      Treatment: A THERMIC SAW or the STYROFIX are the best tools for cutting PS solid foam but one can also use a CUTTER if careful to hold the blade very flat when cutting through the material. If you prefer using a saw, band saws and circular saws having blades without opposing teeth are the most suitable. Still another possibility is to do your cutting with a lathe. Uneven or damaged surfaces can easily be made smooth by applying dispersion- or gypsum- or cellulose-based spackle. Edges can be rounded off and mistakes remedied by using (wet) SANDPAPER (< 180 grain).

      For glueing smaller pieces together it is best to use TESA ALL-PURPOSE GLUE or UHU POR CONTACT GLUE. If you want try other glues it is best to make a preliminary test beacause PS foam can react badly to certain solvents. The glue should be applied on one side of the foam and both pieces should be then pressed together and separated again. After waiting a few seconds to allow for aerating, the pieces will - as long as the glue is still tacky - then stick to each other permanently. For glueing larger surfaces it is best to utilize a polysryrene compatible SPRAY ADHESIVE or POLYSTYRENE FOAM GLUE. It should be noted that double-sided ADHESIVE FILM can also be successfully utilized.

      The colouring materials best suitable for colouring the foam run the gamit from ACRYLIC or DISPERSION dyes, PLAKA colours , toning pigments as well as all polystyrene compatible paints (always make a preliminary test!). For spray painting one should use either the MARABU or AERODECOR brands - unless you have an airbrush, which would be of course best of all. You must, however, be somewhat careful when using the spray paints: always spray from a distance of at least 25 to 30 cm and apply many thing layers of paint instead of trying to colour all at once (here too the best rule is Always Test First!)

      Light blue polystyrene solid foam can be better spray painted white when as a first step it is spray painted grey.

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