We tailor products and specifications to customers’ unique needs
StyroChem® food contact grade expandable polystyrenes are excellent for molding thin wall cups and food containers. StyroChem® food contact grade EPS has been specially developed to consistently achieve good processability while offering excellent seep performance, maximum gloss, good rim strength and excellent printing characteristics.
Our EPS technical staff and support mechanisms can help you to be more competitive by creating greater value for your customers and end users. From ordering to manufacturing, from batch to batch, package to package, you can count on StyroChem® for the most consistent, high quality expandable polystyrene products and services.
Closely controlling bead size and volatile content results in exceptional bead size uniformity and density potential. These features help you to control your costs while maintaining the quality and consistency of the finished product. With three separate bead size distributions, and a variety of coating packages StyroChem® can provide the right EPS for your applications’ density, strength characteristics and surface finish requirements.
StyroChem® offers a wide selection of EPS products specifically designed for lost foam casting. This product line is manufactured to meet a wide range of molding and casting needs.
EVRgreen™ EPS uses proprietary technology exclusive to StyroChem® which is homogeneously distributed throughout the polymer. It transforms a standard molded product into a product with a new end of life story.
All StyroChem® EPS products are free from:
- CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons)
- PBBs (polybrominated biphenyls)
- PBDEs (polybrominated diphenylethers)
- Cadmium (Cd)
- Lead (Pb)
- Mercury (Hg)
- Hexavalent Chromium (CrVI)
- HBCD flame retardant
and meet the following regulations:
- European Directive 2002/95/EC for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (also known as WEEE or RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances)
- European Directive 94/62/EC for Packaging and Packaging Waste
- EU Recovery Standards EN 13430 and EN 13431
- CONEG (Coalition of Northeastern Governors)
- CA Health & Safety Code sections 24214.11-24214.26 (also known as “Toxics in Packaging Act”)