Foam is a polymer-based material that contains trapped air bubbles inside. To create foam, molten polymer material is frothed and then cooled, filling the material with numerous tiny bubbles. Foam resembles a sponge because of these small air bubbles.
DV8 Enterprises, LLC
We are the foam experts. We have over 25 years of experience working directly in the fabricating industry. We have both traditional style polyurethane foam as well as newer types of foam for industries around the world. No matter what industry you are in, we can help you find the right foam products to meet your needs. Contact us today to find out how we can help you!
American Excelsior Company
Locations in OH, TX, IL, WI, WA - 800-777-7645
The applications for foam are only limited by one`s imagination; that is the slogan at American Excelsior Company, a leading foam fabricating manufacturer offering a variety of products and services for many industries. Let American Excelsior take your concept and turn it to reality. Call any time of the day with your questions or check out their helpful website.
TMP Technologies, Inc.
Since 1954, TMP Tech., Inc. has been a specialty foam manufacturer and has specialized in the assembly of engineered foam pad components. Customers can choose from a large variety of choices and the experienced staff at TMP will help you find the perfect solution to meet your requirements. TMP's foam assemblies provide answers for many different customers and you can be one of them!
American Foam Products
For the foam products that you need, we have precisely what you want! We offer an extensive like of foam fabricating products, including polyurethane, polyethylene, and more! We offer the very best in technology and innovation in our manufacturing methods. Our customers know they can trust us to manufacture their products in the best way possible. Find out more by visiting us online today!
Rempac Foam Corporation
Rochelle Park, NJ
Lumberton, NC: 973-881-8880
Rempac Foam - Learn About Our Exclusive Coatings - Abrasive for Wet/Dry Sanding Sponges and Non Abrasive for Household Cleaning & Kitchen Sink Sponges - Plus Lamination of Hydrophilic, Cellulose & Non Wovens. We Offer Private Label, Consumer Ready Packaging of Sponges, Mops and Cleaning Devices Worldwide - Converting Flexible Foam into Engineered Components Since 1962 - ISO 9001:2000 Certified.
Wisconsin Foam Products, Inc.
Wisconsin Foam is a foam supplier that serves a multitude of applications & industries with highly targeted, cost-effective precision flexible foam solutions- no matter the size or complexity. Impressive in-house capabilities & expansive inventory of standard & specialty foam ensures best quality, price & delivery for all your foam needs! Please call Wisconsin Foam today.
Foam is our business here at Thrust Industries. We work hard to provide our customers with the tools they need to remain focused on the job at hand. We promise to offer only the highest level of quality and service. All our products stand up to rigorous ISO 9000:2008 standards. We promise to provide an equally high level of customer service. Visit our website to learn more!
Design Converting, Inc.
Grand Rapids, MI
Our long-term customers know they can trust us to find them the best deals on foam products. We believe that savings should be passed on. We are not in business simply to make profits, but to benefit our customers with high quality products and services. Customer service is our goal, and we will work with you to make you happy every step of the way. Find out more on our website!
Paragon Foam Fabricators, LLC
Looking for foam products that won`t let you down? You don`t have to look any further! We will supply you with the highest quality products for the lowest possible prices. We keep our quality high because we believe that is the way to achieve the best in customer satisfaction. We can make anything you can dream. Contact us today to learn more!
Foam is a synthetically fabricated material that can be used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications as cushioning, structural support and insulation. There are two general classifications of foam: open cell structured foam and closed cell structured foam. In open cell foam, the pores, or cells, are interconnected and joined. The resulting foam is flexible and soft, able to be compressed and easily broken apart. In closed cell foam, the cells are sealed from one another and are arranged in a compact configuration that results in firmer and pressure resistant foam as the cells do not join together or compress. Various synthetic polymers are used to fabricate foam materials, namely polyurethane, polyethylene, polyester and more. Each polymer provides characteristics that are desirable in certain applications. Polyurethane foam is closed-cell foam that over time decomposes when exposed to sunlight. In this way, it is an environmentally friendly material choice, especially for products which do not require an exceptionally long life span. Polyethylene foam, on the other hand, is especially useful for shock and vibration absorption due to its cell configuration. The foam itself is made by mixing the chemical elements and adding a gassing agent. The addition of a gassing agent causes the material to expand and form a strip of foam material. The length of time the process lasts for, combined with the intensity of the gassing agent will affect the porosity of the final product. The gas bubbles are essentially trapped in the polymer material allowing it to have an element of flexibility that a solid polymer would not have.
Stock rolls or buns of foam are the most common form in which it is stored and transported to manufacturers, and then a number of foam fabricating services, such as foam cutting, can be performed in order for the foam to match the desired shape, size and dimensions of the final product. Water jet cutting, die cutting, hot wire cutting and more are all common techniques employed in the process of foam fabrication. Common foam applications such as packaging, insulation, cushioning, acoustics and more use different foams. Characteristics that are true of almost every type of foam include lightweightness, compressibility, low thermal conductivity, low water vapor transmission, resiliency and resistance to mold, mildew and bacterial growth. Less common than solid foam, liquid foam serves a number of specific applications and can be used as a fire retardant materials to fill gaps in construction projects, or in other settings to prevent the spread of fires, and to prevent air and water leakage. The reacting foam expands to fill the exact shape of the area in a way that solid foam or other materials could not.