DuPont Styrofoam Buoyancy Billets

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    DuPont Styrofoam Buoyancy Billets

    by DuPont

    Extremely buoyant and durable, the billet material is composed of millions of tiny non-interconnecting air cells – each serving as an independent buoyancy chamber. These billets won’t lose their buoyancy, even if punctured. It takes only 1 cubic foot (0.03 cubic meter) of Styrofoam™ Brand Buoyancy Billets to float 55 pounds (25 kilograms). One of the first uses of DuPont Styrofoam was as flotation material for the use of the US Coast Guard. Although DuPont Styrofoam brand extruded polystyrene foam is now used in many more applications, it is still available as buoyancy billets for the construction of floating piers and docks, where its closed cell structure ensures good flotation and low water absorption. Ring's End carries two sizes of bouyancy billets; 7 in. x 20 in. x 8 ft and 10 in. x 20 in. x 8 ft.
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  • Won't lose buoyancy even if punctured
  • Unaffected by salt or freshwater
  • Won't waterlog, rust or corrode
  • Resistant to damage from destructive marine growth
  • Just one cubic foot (0.03 cubic meter) of billet can float up to 55 pounds (25 kilograms)
  • Application
    Use bouyancy billets for building floating docks, rafts and boat wells/ docks.
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      Bad for the environment

      These have been banned from many waterways. They break apart and the resulting pieces do not decompose. They end up in fish and animals sometimes with fatal results. Do the planet a favor, don't buy or use these.
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