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  • Expanded polystyrene (EPS) is a rigid and tough, closed-cell foam. It is usually white and made of pre-expanded polystyrene beads.
  • The EPS beads are the expanded form of polystyrene granules which are produced indigenously and are available commercially as hard translucent glass-like beads with diameter ranging from 0.6 to 2.5 mm.
  • XPS (extruded polystyrene) is also plastic foam based on polystyrene that is formed by adding gas during extrusion not by expanding beads
    containing gas; which is how EPS is formed.
  • During pre-expansion process the raw material’s compact beads turn into cellular plastic beads with small closed cells that hold air in their interior.
  • EcoBead is a high performance, injected, blown bead EPS insulation system that can be used in domestic, commercial and industrial cavity wall constructions as a full fill insulation solution.
  • To find a new technology for control of immature stages of mosquitoes, the expanded polystyrene (EPS) beads were evaluated in the laboratory for mosquito control.
  • EPS beads not only prevent oviposition but also kill the immature by forming a thick blanket on the water surface.
  • THERMOCRETE is site-batched light weight trowel finished concrete using selective grades of expanded polystyrene beads (EPS) as
    hermalinsulating aggregates.
  • The process of recycling EPS back into pentane impregnated beads has been available for 5 years for use in specialty products such as bike helmets and car bumpers.
  • A commonly used method to measure the amount of bead fusion in a foam sample is to soak the sample in olive oil. X-ray imaging is also used to
    help visualize this process.
  • An experimental investigation has been conducted on three EPS lightweight concretes containing respectively EPS beads of sizes: 1mm, 2:5mm and 6:3mm, in the purpose to con rm the presence of a \particle" size e ect on the EPS concrete compressive strength, which is related to EPS beads size.
  • The suspension process is common, especially in the production of expandable beads.
  • EPS beads generally are processed in one of three ways, (1) gravity- or air-fed into closed molds, then heated to expand up to 50 times their original volume; (2) pre-expanded by heating and then molding in a separate processing operation; and (3) extruded into sheets.
  • The Australian market for EPS is supplied by local production and by imports from a number of countries. The main sources of imports currently are Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan. Smaller quantities are imported from China, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.
  • The basic term "fusion" refers to the expansion of eps and the adhesion of beads forming a structurally solid pattern. In this study, "fusion" is expansion of heated eps and the implicit cohesion of the beads.
General Information
  • EPS (expanded polystyrene) and Environment
  • Polystyrene
  • Building a better environment
    with EPS


  • Polystyrene and Loose-fill packaging
  • EPS lightweight concrete, Particle size effect modeling
  • General Introduction to Expandable Polystyrene
  • How Expanded Polystyrene Foam made?
  • Polystyrene Processing


  • Cavity wall insulation involves the injection of a suitable insulant
  • Cheap wall insulation with polystyrene beads and hair dryer
  • Injected Full Fill Cavity Wall Insulation System
  • Sustainable backfill materials made of clay and recycled EPS
  • Light weight, Thermal-Insulating, Expanded Polystyrene bead (EPS) Concrete
  • Expanded polystyrene beads in reverse fluidized loop reactor for sewage treatment
  • Use of Expanded Polystyrene Beads for Mosquito Larval Control
  • Utility of expanded polystyrene (EPS) beads in the control of vector-borne diseases


  • Plant from China
  • Plant from India
  • Plant from Japan
  • Plant from Karnataka
  • Plant from Pennsylvania


  • Mechanical properties of polymer-modified concretes containing expanded polystyrene beads
  • Properties, Performance and Design Fundamentals of Expanded Polystyrene Packaging
  • Properties of hardened concrete bricks containing expanded polystyrene beads


  • Polystyrene Beads
  • Black FR Bead FR EPS
  • Dylite
  • Polystyrene thermoplastic polymer
  • Ineos Nova EPS Grades
  • Inter-Pac EPS beads
  • Platinum Range - including expanded Bead


  • Absorption, transmission, and scattering of expanded polystyrene at millimeter-wave and terahertz frequencies
  • Foaming Polystyrene Beads: New Perspectives on a Maturing Technology
  • Innovations in Recycled Expanded Polystyrene Foam for Use in Electronic Protective Packaging
  • High-Strength Structural Lightweight concrete
  • Use of X-Ray Radiography to Characterize the Structure of Expanded Polystyrene Foam
Company Profiles
  • Company from Japan
  • Company from Netherlands
  • Company from Oregon
  • Company from Pakistan
  • Company from UK


  • Consultant from Delhi
  • Consultant from England
  • Global Consultant
  • Consultant from Kuala Lumpur
  • Consultant from Massachusetts


  • Concrete mix containing polystyrene beads
  • Method for molding expandable polystyrene foam articles
  • Degradation of expandable polymer bead products
  • Dry expansion of expandable polymer beads
  • Polystyrene beads


  • BioFoam®
  • Sconapor™
  • Styrobar®
  • Styrofoam™
  • Styropor®
  • Virgin Expandable Polystyrene (EPS) Beads 6cf


  • The Characteristic and applications of Taitacell EPS resin
  • Effectiveness of rigid insulation for thermal protection of buried water pipes in rock trenches
  • Transport properties and effect of fractures


  • Lifecycle Analysis: AeroClay® & Expanded Polystyrene
  • Announcement regarding Expandable Polystyrene beads business
  • Development of a Computational Fluid
    Dynamics (CFD) Software Package To Support the Engineering of Lost Foam
    Pattern Blowing and Steaming:
  • Fire and explosion risks from pentane in expandable polystyrene (EPS)
  • Guidelines for Transport and Storage of Expandable Polystyrene Raw Beads
  • Perlite is Better.... than EPS inserts, EPS beads & vermiculite
  • Expanded Polystyrene Beads

Machinery Suppliers

  • Supplier from Bangalore
  • China Supplier
  • Supplier from Maharashtra
  • Supplier from Poland
  • Supplier from China
  • Supplier from Pune
  • Supplier from Russia
  • EPS Raw Material Suppliers


  • EPS beads Selling Leads
  • EPS beads Exporters
  • EPS beads Global Suppliers
  • EPS beads Manufacturer & Suppliers
  • EPS beads Sellers
  • EPS beads Suppliers

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