Blown film is a tough, thin membrane available as thin as 0.001 inch and in widths up to 80 inches. The film features tensile and tear strength; abrasion and puncture resistance; fabricability; and resistance to fuels, oils, solvents, and other chemicals. Blown film can be used for products such as bladders and cushions; as an adhesive for emblems; or as a laminate to fabric or other substrates for applications ranging from conveyor belts to medical products.
These are the toys that inspired budding engineers to try out sublime designs, create miniature structures, and experiment with bizarre contraptions using sets that could be torn down and reconstructed over and over.
PowerStream is deploying the microgrid at its headquarters to demonstrate how people can generate and distribute their own energy and make their homes and businesses more sustainable through renewables.
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