grid scored H80 divinycell foam core
 
  • grid scored H80 divinycell foam core

Divinycell H80 Grid Scored

Grid scored scrim Divinycell is cross-linked PVC foam core. H80, 5 lb density scored sheets with scrim able to conform to curved surfaces. 5 lb./cu. ft. density. Great for hulls and decks. Can be used on curved areas. Divinycell sheets measure 32 inches X 48 inches. 10.67 Sq feet per sheet.
 
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Available in 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4, and 1 inch thick 14 square foot sheets.
BRAND: Divinycell
Type: Foam
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Divinycell H80 Grid Scored
 
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5.0

Great core material

By Mrs. C

from Maryland

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      Comments about Divinycell H80 Grid Scored:

      We are a student team working on a 8.5' long submarine hull. In this case our high school aged youth are doing the layup. The scored mat worked well to conform to our complex curves, adding strength and buoyancy to our hull. We thought the Divinycell would be more expensive, but it fit in our budget nicely. Even the shipping costs were less than we anticipated.

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      4.0

      Useful stuff

      By Ruminator

      from Seattle

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        • Mounting Surface
        • Reinforcement

        Comments about Divinycell H80 Grid Scored:

        I've been using this stuff to add ribs to the interior of a fiberglass boat. They work well to a) reinforce areas that were previously flexible and b) to provide a surface to mount slats. They conform well to curves, and when wetted out with epoxy will stick without too much effort.

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