Expanded polystyrene (EPS) has been extensively tested in terms of fire hazard assessments. Read on to find out more about EPS...
In this blog, we cover a few facts about EPS to help specifiers learn more about its properties compared to alternative materials. Read on for part two...
Expanded polystyrene (EPS) is an energy-efficient and cost-effective insulation material for architects, building and construction specifiers.
Isowall manufactures the Isolam range of insulating panels for roofs, ceilings and walls according to strict quality, safety, and environmental guidelines.
When it comes to choosing a sustainable material in building or packaging, you can’t go wrong with expanded polystyrene (EPS).
Choosing the right packaging should consider the many properties of the material, from safety, cushioning and protection to ease of handling.
Expanded polystyrene (EPS) sheets are usually installed in various lengths and thickness sizes for building insulation purposes.
Container gardening pots often need to be filled from top to bottom with soil, but a more cost-effective method is using a filler placed at the bottom.