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Polyurethane foam in a liquid state is spread mechanically on a moving trough of specially treated paper

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FOAM - Polyurethane foam in a liquid state is spread mechanically on a moving trough of specially treated paper.

A chemical reaction cause[sic] the material to rise, similar to the action of yeast in bread.

 

For: Foam Division Scott Paper Company From: Ketchum, MacLeod & Grove, Inc. Four Gateway Center - Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 A. C. Croft - Phone: 261-5100 (#1)

(Photo courtesy Foam Division, Scott Paper Company.)


Original Caption by Science Service
© Harry R. Gehlert



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