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Rulon Bearings
ITW Insulation TRYMER® 2000 XP Polyisocyanurate Insulation
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Polyurethane, TS; Thermoset Polyurethane Foam, Unreinforced

Material Notes: TRYMER™ 2000 XP insulation is polyurethane modified polyisocyanurate cellular plastic. The rigid insulation is supplied in the form of bunstock for fabrication into sheets, pipe shells, tank and vessel coverings, and other shapes for a variety of thermal insulation applications. TRYMER 2000 XP insulation features improved dimensional stability over a wider range of temperatures than standard polyurethane insulation. TRYMER insulation is not a known nutrient source for mold and mildew.

Applications: TRYMER 2000 XP insulation is suitable for applications that require a Flame Spread Index of 25 or less and a Smoke Developed Index of 450 or less when tested as per ASTM E84. These are typical requirements for pipe insulation located in non-plenum locations so TRYMER 2000 XP Insulation is particularly ideal for use as pipe insulation in the non-plenum areas of commercial buildings. For pipe insulation located inside plenums of commercial buildings, ITW recommends the use of our Trymer Supercel Phenolic Insulation. TRYMER 2000 XP can be used within the service temperature range of 297°F to 300°F (-183°C to 149°C). Typical applications for TRYMER 2000 XP insulation include:

  • industrial pipe insulation, including elbows and fittings
  • commercial chilled water insulation
  • tank and vessel insulation
  • core material for architectural and structural panels
  • insulation for shipping containers, trucks or railcars
  • core material for factory built panelized constructions
  • flat or tapered board stock for roof insulation

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Available Properties
  • Density, ASTM D1622
  • Water Absorption, ASTM C272, immersion
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D1623, Parallel to rise-thickness
  • Flexural Strength, ASTM C203, parallel to rise
  • Flexural Modulus, ASTM C203, parallel to rise
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D1621, Perpendicular to rise-width
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D1621, Parallel to rise-thickness
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D1621, Perpendicular to rise-length
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D1621, Perpendicular to rise-width
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D1621, Perpendicular to rise-length
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D1621, Parallel to rise-thickness
  • Shear Modulus, ASTM C273, parallel to perpendicular, avg
  • Shear Strength, ASTM C273, parallel to perpendicular, avg
  • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM C518
  • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM C518, Aged 180 days
  • Maximum Service Temperature, Air
  • Minimum Service Temperature, Air
  • Flame Spread Index, ASTM E84
  
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