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Consequently, the consumption of CO2 and the machine hydraulic pressure are significantly saved. Obviously, it would be very costly to allow the PP motherboard to fully expand in the mold cavity. The saving of CO2 also contributes to the increase of pressure drop rate, which significantly determines the cell nucleation rate. Second, the foam expansion rate is reduced, which results from the cell growth suspension before the mold is open. The reduction of expansion rate is very beneficial to foam dimensional stability, especially foam thickness consistency.
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