Process for Enhancing Material Properties and Materials so Enhanced
Most thermal insulation loses its effectiveness when compressed. Syntactic foam does not compress much, and is relatively stiff, making it unsuitable for insulation when flexibility is required - such as for insulating contours, clothing and underwa ter diver thermal protection. The invention describes a process that increases flexibility without compromising insulation effectiveness or durability and is not limited to syntactic foam or thermal insulation.
Diving suit or syntactic foam man ufacturers may benefit from the following key results: improved flexibility, maintained waterproofing, maintained incompressibility, excellent abrasion resistance, lower durometry than unprocessed syntactic foam.
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