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Re: Styrofoam (wasCork for Mops
I don't know for certain, but I would imagine that building insulation
foam has some fire retardant added.
What do the different colors indicate? R-value? Fire resistance? Any
architects on the list, who know for certain??
Styrofoam ment for food applications I would deem safe.
William Vannerson wrote:
> >> Is your experience, Lee, that styro is safe for long-term tank use?
> Is all styro the same?
> Normally, one thinks of the white stuff from cups and shipping containers. But what about the blue insulation for home insulations? One could easily pick up a life time supply from a home construction site scrap pile, although it would be cleaner to by at the home supply store.
> One appealing aspect of the shet styro is that you can cut it into strips to acheive the same effect of the wine corks w/silicon.
> Bill Vannerson
> McHenry, IL
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