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Polyurethane in construction
Polyurethane can be used to make products that are both strong and lightweight, as well as being durable and highly versatile. It is a key ingredient in several types of high-efficiency insulation materials (such as rigid foam insulation panels), For more information, see Polyurethane spray foam in structurally insulated panels and composite structures.
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