IFS Chemicals - World Class Polyurethanes
IFS Chemicals - World Class Polyurethanes

Case Studies

A summary for customers and other interested parties concerning historical R&D projects that have resulted in business for the company. The aim is always the same: to develop the most appropriate chemical system for the project under consideration, to supply this chemical product on a regular basis, and to provide technical service support to ensure that the chemicals are processed efficiently and reliably.

Faux-Wood Mirror Frames

As a result of requests to improve the stability of imitation wood products, IFS Chemicals developed a foam system that is suitable for replacing natural wood in many applications. 

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Improved Cat’s Eyes

Modern electronics, particularly the use of LED lighting, has led to the introduction of a significantly improved road delineation stud.

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Low U-Value Building

The use of off-site building methods provides an efficient means of reducing disruption during the building phase. High-performance, energy-efficient building panels were manufactured using Envirofoam 16.500 polyurethane from IFS Chemicals Ltd, Norfolk.

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Fast-Reacting Bumper System

Originally developed for Rolls-Royce bumpers, the product consists of three major components, manufactured in an open mould, using a spray-applied technique.

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Fast Demould Pipe-Jointing Foam System

The traditional open-cell pipe-jointing material, Cellafoam 161/10, has been recently modified to decrease the cure time of the foam. 

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In-Situ Pipe Support

Reducing the potential hazard associated with oil-carrying pipelines becoming ruptured, particularly in remote areas prone to seismic activity, led to the development of a new foam system from IFS Chemicals.

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Low Lambda Insulation for Building Panels

HFO-blown chemicals for the manufacture of building panels are now available from IFS, having spent two years perfecting this technology.

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Flexible Foam to Meet Crib-5 Fire Rating

A water-blown flexible foam for furniture applications has been developed recently, the requirement being to produce a low-density product capable of meeting the Crib-5 fire test requirement. 

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