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PS Sheet G-140 Ice


Polystyrene ( PS for short) is a colorless and transparent thermoplastic, of which foamed polystyrene is commonly known as styrofoam (also known as Polyester, commonly known as styrofoam in Hong Kong). It has a glass transition temperature higher than 100 degrees Celsius, so it is often used to make a variety of disposable containers that need to withstand the temperature of boiling water, as well as disposable foam lunch boxes. Polystyrene sheet, good light transmission, heat resistance, waterproof, light weight, good processing and formability.

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Polystyrene ( PS for short) is a colorless and transparent thermoplastic, of which foamed polystyrene is commonly known as styrofoam (also known as Polyester, commonly known as styrofoam in Hong Kong). It has a glass transition temperature higher than 100 degrees Celsius, so it is often used to make a variety of disposable containers that need to withstand the temperature of boiling water, as well as disposable foam lunch boxes. Polystyrene sheet, good light transmission, heat resistance, waterproof, light weight, good processing and formability.
Polystyrene ( PS for short) is a colorless and transparent thermoplastic, of which foamed polystyrene is commonly known as styrofoam (also known as Polyester, commonly known as styrofoam in Hong Kong). It has a glass transition temperature higher than 100 degrees Celsius, so it is often used to make a variety of disposable containers that need to withstand the temperature of boiling water, as well as disposable foam lunch boxes. Polystyrene sheet, good light transmission, heat resistance, waterproof, light weight, good processing and formability.

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