Where Can I Buy Polyurethane Foam
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Where Can I Buy Polyurethane Foam
Common Applications: Our 2LB density marine foam is recommended for void filling in nonstructural applications. This product can be poured underneath decks and inside cavities where a lightweight flotation foam is needed to provide buoyancy. This foam has been tested in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard Regulation # 33 CFR 183.114 . This foam is approximately 95-98% closed cell which resists absorbing water, however continuous water submersion can eventually lead to loss of buoyancy over a period of years. ** We recommend the 2LB FOAM strictly for flotation applications. If looking for a liquid foam for sculpting or casting we recommend using at minimum our 3LB or 4LB density.** More questions [Try our Foam FAQ.]
Common Applications: Can be used as a lightweight foam for carving or sculpting as well as some limited casting applications Gives better detail than our 2LB density foam. The 4LB density should be used for better quality castings and improved strength. More questions [Try our Foam FAQ.]
Common Applications: This 4LB density foam is suited well for most flotation applications that require more support than the 2LB offers. This foam is recommended to be used when supporting gas tanks and some deck areas. Choose this density if you feel that the foam will be required to withstand minor to moderate loads. The 4LB density also works well in floating decoy or taxidermy applications as well as many other sculpting, casting, carving and other filling applications. More questions [Try our Foam FAQ.]
Common Applications: This 8LB density foam is extremely hard and rigid, like that of a soft wood. Your fingernail can penetrate its skin, however it cannot be dented by hand. Uses include casting, carving, sculpting, sign making as well as areas where an extremely durable and rigid foam is needed for support. More questions [Try our Foam FAQ.]
Common Applications: This 16LB density foam is essentially as hard as a rock, you would need a hammer in order to make any dents in this product. Can be used for sculpting or the casting of objects that require superior toughness and strength. More questions [Try our Foam FAQ.]
Tensorgrip C09 is a single-part, moisture-cure urethane foam adhesive designed specifically for bonding insulation such as ISO boards to a variety of substrates, including concrete, plywood and cement boards, bricks, and EPS or XPS (expanded or extruded polystyrene). C09 saves time and labor by allowing an operator to apply the adhesive faster and much easier than traditional methods.
Flexible polyurethane foam (FPF) is a polymer produced from the reaction of polyols and isocyanates, a chemical process pioneered in 1937. FPF is characterized by a cellular structure that allows for some degree of compression and resilience that provides a cushioning effect. Because of this property, it is a preferred material in furniture, bedding, automotive seating, athletic equipment, packaging, footwear, and carpet cushion. It also plays a valuable role in soundproofing and filtration. In all, over 1.5 billion pounds of foam are produced and used every year in the U.S. alone.
Raw materials for foam can also be poured into aluminum molds, where the cured foam assumes the size and shape of the mold. Molding allows the production of foam items in shapes that are difficult to achieve fabricating foam from a slabstock bun. The molding process can consolidate foam components with other parts such as a metal frame. One example of this is the headrest of a car seat. Because of the high upfront costs of producing molds, molding is typically reserved for high production runs. Molded foam is frequently found in auto interiors, business furniture and sports equipment.
Amine catalysts and surfactants can vary the size of cells produced during the reaction of polyols and isocyanates, and thereby vary foam properties. Additives can also include flame retardants for use in aircraft and automobiles