Polyethylene foam is a durable, lightweight, resilient, closed-cell material, available in a wide range of densities and colors. It is often used for packaging heavier items and for material handling applications due to its excellent vibreation-dampening and insulation properties, as well as its high resistance to chemicals and moisture.
Crosslinked polyethylene foam
Crosslinked polyethylene foam is a high-density closed-cell foam characterized by a compact feel and resistance to water. It has many of the same properties as polyethylene foam but also has the ability to protect delicate surfaces and is consequently used extensively in the packaging of medical products and equipment.
Polyurethane foam is a very popular variety of foam materials used in many applications. For packaging applications, this open-celled foam is typically used to protect lighter-weight, delicate objects with high fragility and/or lower drop-height maximums. It comes in a range of densities and colors.
Reticulated polyurethane foams/filter foam
Reticulated polyurethane foam is a versatile material typically used to make products that are involved in filtration, absorption, wiping, and padding. Common applications include cosmetic applicators, speaker grilles, air conditioner filters, and sponges—but its high resistance to chemicals also makes it ideal for a host of industrial filtering and wiping applications.
Neoprene/EPDM is a flexible and durable material that provides good thermal and moisture insulation and form fitting that is able to resist ozone, sunlight, oxidation, as well as many petroleum derivatives and chemicals. Neoprene foam can also resist breakdown by water. Some of the many uses of neoprene include rollers, filters, and sealing materials.
Melamine is a sound-absorbing foam with fire-resistant properties. It is also used for vibration dampening.
We fabricate many other materials including: unusual foams, films, fabrics, adhesives, vinyl, plastics, and cork.