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    Crosslinking ties all the polymer molecules together. Because the molecules are tied together, they aren't easily torn apart from each other. Crosslinking makes both elastomers and plastics stronger, improving physical properties such as tensile, elongation, and tear strength.

    Crosslinked Polyethylene Foam is a high density closed cell foam characterized by a compact feel and resistance to water that enables the material to be fabricated, thermoformed or compression molded in many ways. It has many of the same properties as polyethylene foam but also has the ability to protect class "A" surfaces and is consequently used extensively for the packaging of medical products and equipment.

    A "Class A" surface is defined as any exposed part of an automobile interior or exterior. The packaging used in the production, handling, and delivery of these parts must not in anyway affect the quality of the product. The parts must remain in the same condition as when originally produced. This includes visual defects such as stains, burns, scrapes, excess surface roughness, discoloration, etc.

    Product Cross Reference Chart
    Worldwide Cellect Qycell Armacell Voltek
    XP-20 SSP-20 TB-20 BKJN200 L200
    XP-30 SSP-30 TB-30 N/A L300
    XP-40 SSP-40 TB-40 BKJN400 L400
    XP-60 SSP-60 TB-60 N/A L600
    XP-80 MC-8000 N/A N/A N/A
    XP-90 N/A N/A N/A L1000
    XP-150 N/A N/A N/A N/A

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