Difference between revisions of "Sintra® Material"

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° Sintra Material [http://www.sintraonline.com/informaciontecnica.htm Website] ° Alusuisse [http://www.alusuisse-comp.com/sintra_bio.html Website]
 
° Sintra Material [http://www.sintraonline.com/informaciontecnica.htm Website] ° Alusuisse [http://www.alusuisse-comp.com/sintra_bio.html Website]
  
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See also [Vinyl_chloride] for additional test result information
  
 
° [http://www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/Oddy_Test_Results:_Case_Construction_Materials#Sintra0007 3A Sintra] Tested in 2016
 
° [http://www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/Oddy_Test_Results:_Case_Construction_Materials#Sintra0007 3A Sintra] Tested in 2016

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Description

[Alusuisse Composite] A registered trademark for a lightweight rigid, expanded polyvinyl chloride board. Sintra® Material was introduced to North America in 1980. It has been used for the construction of signs and exhibits, for screen painting, and as a substrate for mounting photographs.

Synonyms and Related Terms

Sintra material

Additional Information

° Sintra Material Website ° Alusuisse Website

Links to Oddy Test results posted on AIC Wiki Materials Database Pages for individual materials below
See also [Vinyl_chloride] for additional test result information

° 3A Sintra Tested in 2016

° 3A Composites or Vycom Sintra or Celtec tested in 2014

° 3A Composites Sintra tested in 2012

° White Sintra tested in 2012

° 3/4" Sintra tested in 2012

° Laird Plastics 6mm "Sintra" tested in 2011

° Laird Plastics PVC tested in 2009

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