DIAB Divinycell H80 PVC Foam Core Sheets
Density – 80 kg/m3
Purity – 99%
Material – PVC
Depth – 2 mm from bottom of sheet
Width – 1.3 mm
Divinycell PVC foam core materials are an all-purpose series used in multiple industries and available in a high density range suitable for different manufacturing processes, such as closed moulding, including RTM and infusion and elevated temperature processing with prepreg.
Key Features and Characteristics:
- Excellent mechanical properties to low weight
- Wide range of densities available
- Low water absorption for enhanced durability
- Excellent thermal properties and acoustic insulation
- Thermoformable for customization
- Fast and easy to machine, optimizing production efficiency
- Good chemical resistance for reliable performance in harsh environments
- Excellent fatigue properties for applications subject to repetitive loads
- Very low resin uptake, minimizing material waste
- Closed-cell structure for water resistance and buoyancy
- Compatible with most common glues and resin systems
DIAB Divinycell H80 PVC Foam Core Sheets are an exceptional composite material widely recognized for its excellent mechanical properties and low weight. Designed with a unique IPN chemical structure, this PVC foam core delivers impressive performance across various industries and applications. Whether it’s in the marine, land transportation, wind energy, civil engineering/infrastructure, or general industrial markets, Divinycell H80 has consistently proven itself as a reliable and versatile choice.
One of the key distinguishing factors of Divinycell H80 is its remarkable strength-to-weight ratio. It combines exceptional mechanical properties with a lightweight composition, making it ideal for applications that demand high performance without adding unnecessary weight. The use of Divinycell H80 in sandwich composites has become pervasive due to its ability to withstand fatigue, slamming, and impact loads. This core material excels in environments where durability and resilience are paramount.
Divinycell H80 boasts a range of important features that contribute to its versatility and wide range of applications. With low water absorption, it remains structurally sound even when exposed to moisture, ensuring long-term performance and minimizing the risk of degradation. Its excellent thermal properties and acoustic insulation make it well-suited for applications requiring temperature control and noise reduction. Additionally, Divinycell H80 exhibits exceptional chemical resistance, allowing it to withstand exposure to various substances commonly encountered in industrial and marine environments.
Manufacturers appreciate the compatibility of Divinycell H80 with a wide array of resin systems and manufacturing methods. It can be seamlessly integrated into different production processes, including closed moulding techniques like resin transfer molding (RTM) and infusion, as well as elevated temperature processing with prepreg. This adaptability enables manufacturers to efficiently incorporate Divinycell H80 into their existing production workflows, optimizing their manufacturing processes while maintaining consistent quality.
In terms of practicality, Divinycell H80 offers several advantages. It is fast and easy to machine, simplifying the manufacturing process and reducing production time. Its thermoformability allows for customization and flexibility, enabling the creation of complex shapes and contours to meet specific design requirements. The foam core’s closed-cell structure ensures minimal resin uptake, reducing material waste and optimizing the overall efficiency of the production process.