Uses

Learn about all its uses

Because of its many attributes and its excellent adaptability, expanded polystyrene is used in several different fields: construction, roads, pharmaceuticals, doors and windows, flotation products, industrial packaging, decorations, architectural features, etc.

Expanded polystyrene comes in different forms —  panels, blocks, beads — and it can fulfill many functions. Light and durable, it is the ideal material to take the shape that you have imagined. Among all the types of rigid insulation available on the market, expanded polystyrene stands out for its excellent quality-price ratio.

Construction and isulation

Expanded polystyrene has ideal physical and mechanical qualities for most insulation specifications, regardless of structure or exterior finish. It provides enduring energy efficiency that will not change over time. EPS panels are perfect for applications at ground level or in the ground, and can be used in all new constructions or for restoring existing buildings. Expanded polystyrene panels are available in a wide range of thicknesses and densities.

Products design and packaging

In block form, expanded polystyrene can be produced in various densities and shapes. Its excellent versatility and high adaptability mean that packaging problems can be solved economically. Whether used alone or in combination with other materials, expanded polystyrene packaging offers excellent results and lowers your costs.

Art and decoration

Its flexibility and high resistance make it an ideal material for making decorations and sets for stage and screen. It can be sculpted, cut, glued and even covered with different finishing products, allowing artists to give their imagination free rein. Moreover, expanded polystyrene is regularly used in the lettering industry. Thanks to state-of-the-art machinery, we can create countless shapes of letters, numbers and other graphic elements.