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Cellular glass

Cellular glass insulation is composed of crushed glass combined with a cellulating agent. These components are mixed, placed in a mold, and then heated to a temperature of approximately 950 oF. During the heating process, the crushed glass turns to a liquid. Decomposition of the cellulating agent will cause the mixture to expand and fill the mold. The mixture creates millions of connected, uniform, closed-cells and form at the end a rigid insulating material. Low tempreturace range to 260 oC) and high tem rang to 480 oC).











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