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  • 161foam concrete — noun or foamed concrete : concrete in which air bubbles have been formed primarily to reduce the weight …

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  • 162foam plastic — noun see foamed plastic …

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  • 163foam party — …

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  • 164Fire fighting foam — Firefighters sprayed foam on structures in the Mammoth Hot Springs complex on September 10, 1988 during the Yellowstone Fires. Fire fighting foam is a foam used for fire suppression. Its role is to cool the fire and to coat the fuel, preventing… …

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  • 165Memory foam — is polyurethane with additional chemicals increasing its viscosity and density. It is often referred to as visco elastic polyurethane foam, or low resilience polyurethane foam (see LRPu). Higher density memory foam softens in reaction to body… …

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  • 166Compressed Air Foam System — A Compressed Air Foam System for hand hose, abbreviated CAFS, is a system used in firefighting to deliver fire retardant foam for the purpose of extinguishing a fire or protecting unburned areas from becoming involved in flame.DescriptionRon… …

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  • 167Compressed air foam system — A fire engine using CAFS to make foam on the ground A compressed air foam system (CAFS) is a system used in firefighting to deliver fire retardant foam for the purpose of extinguishing a fire or protecting unburned areas from becoming involved in …

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  • 168Metal foam — Foamed aluminium A metal foam is a cellular structure consisting of a solid metal, frequently aluminium, containing a large volume fraction of gas filled pores. The pores can be sealed (closed cell foam), or they can form an interconnected… …

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  • 169Sea foam — For other uses, see Sea foam (disambiguation). Sea foam in San Francisco. Sea foam, ocean foam, beach foam, or spume is a type of foam created by the agitation of seawater, particularly when it contains higher concentrations of dissolved organic… …

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  • 170Hot-wire foam cutter — A hot wire foam cutter is a tool used to cut polystyrene foam and similar materials. The device consists of a thin, taut metal wire, often made of nichrome or stainless steel, or a thicker wire preformed into a desired shape, which is heated via… …

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  • 171Comply Foam Technology — is a patented, high tech, viscoelastic polyurethane foam created by 3M spinoff Hearing Components and used in consumer electronics, military communication devices, commercial aviation devices, hearing aids and earsets where communication is… …

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  • 172Lost-foam casting — (LFC) is a type of investment casting process that uses foam patterns as the investment. This method takes advantage of the properties of foam to simply and cheaply form castings that would be difficult or impossible, using normal cope and drag… …

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  • 173Decontamination foam — (known commonly as Decon foam) is a spray on cleaning solution that, due to its physical properties, has a longer residence time on contaminated surfaces than regular liquids and thus provides efficient decontamination of biological and chemical… …

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  • 174Memory Foam — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Espuma de Memory Foam. La espuma viscoelástica, tambien conocida como Memory Foam, es una espuma de poliuretano. Es básicamente igual que un hule espuma, solamente que algunos químicos que se utilizan en su… …

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  • 175USS Sea Foam (1861) — was a brig purchased by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was used by the Union Navy primarily as a mortar gunboat, but also as a gunboat stationed off Confederate ports to prevent their trading with foreign countries. Towards the …

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  • 176Memory Foam — Эта статья или раздел носит ярко выраженный рекламный характер. Это не соответствует правилам Википедии. Вы можете помочь проекту, исправив текст согласно стилистическим рекомендациям Википедии …

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  • 177Creamola Foam — was a soft drink produced in the form of soluble crystals. It was manufactured in Glasgow and sold mainly in Scotland from the 1950s until Nestlé ended production in October 1998. In 2010, a company from Dumbarton started producing a re creation… …

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  • 178Memory foam — Espuma de memory foam rápida. Espuma de memory foam lenta …

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  • 179Melamine foam — is a foam like material consisting of a formaldehyde melamine sodium bisulfite copolymer. The foam is manufactured in Germany by BASF under the name Basotect . It has been used for over 20 years as insulation for pipes and ductwork, and has a… …

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  • 180Direct injection expanded foam molding — (also known as injection molded foam) is a foam manufacturing process that creates soft foam products direct from compound into a final product. This process eliminates the steps required for die cutting and compression molding, as it… …

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