Dyplast Products is releasing the final installment of its 3-part series of Technical Bulletins to address "Logical Thinking" when specifying mechanical insulation for very cold/cryogenic applications. In this document, we continue our discussion about how the environment at very low/cryogenic temperatures is very different from the ambient conditions sometimes set by the test protocols of many standard organizations.
In this third Technical Bulletin, we address water vapor transmission, water absorption, strength, and dimensional stability. As an example of logical thinking, consider this short quiz regarding water vapor transmission:
We hope you will take time to peruse the documents, and that they may be helpful in your decision-making process.