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Polyurethane Foam, Spray Application Procedure For

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MSFC-PROC-3687
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D
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MSFC - Marshall Space Flight Center
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Document Scope
This specification establishes the requirements for the spray application of a polyurethane foam material. This specification establishes the processing requirements for foam application using either computer controlled automated equipment or hand spray techniques. This document is applicable to all MSFC programs and projects.
Keywords
Polyurethane Foam,
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Shawn
OPRD Last Name
Selvidge
OPRD Center
MSFC
OPRD Organization Code
EM41
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shawn.selvidge@nasa.gov
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standards@msfc.nasa.gov

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