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General Plastics to Participate in IARW-WSLO Convention + Expo

General Plastics has announced that it will exhibit its products at the 2012 IARW-WSLO Convention & Expo for refrigerated warehousing and logistics to be held in Arizona. The company will exhibit its products jointly with its distribution partner CSI.

Thermal Column-Bearing Block

Both the companies will showcase the LAST-A-FOAM R-9300 Thermal Column-bearing Block Series and will also launch new construction related products at the exhibition.

There are three specific products in the LAST-A-FOAM series. The LAST-A-FOAM FR-7100 Floor Replacement Block Series prevents the loss of thermal energy between the floor and the ground by offering load-bearing shelving support inside cold-storage facilities. The material is made of polyurethane, which is stable and reduces the need for thermal protection. The LAST-A-FOAM R-9300 Roof Isolation Block Series supports HVAC and other heavy equipment in commercial buildings which have flat roofs by providing added insulation and avoiding heat transfer. The LAST-A-FOAM R-9300 Perimeter Fall Block Series are blocks, which are custom cut and drilled with the use of anchor bolt holes to secure the blocks with the surface of the roof. The material is highly dense and provides a high level of durability than regular wood and is capable of withstanding high loads.

According to Bruce Lind, President of General Plastics, though the company is already offering these products to its customers, this exhibition and expo will be a good opportunity for the company and CSI to ensure that their products reach the market on a global scale. The expo will also help customers in making use of the enhanced services and expertise of the technical team from CSI for taking decisions regarding the right kind of LAST-A-FOAM product that should be used for an application or project.

Source: http://www.generalplastics.com

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