|Index Sheet |
|Shore Hardnes (°)||65~75||60~70||50~60||45~50||35~45||30~35||25~30||18~25||13~18||13~18|
|Tearing Stength (KN/m)||T||≥11||≥9||≥8||≥6||≥4||≥2.5||≥2||≥1.5||≥1.3||≥1.3|
|Compressed Distortions (%)23ºC±2ºC,22h||≤2||≤2||≤3||≤5||≤7||≤8||≤9||≤10||≤11||≤11|
|Regular Dimension ||Can be customized as requirement|
Product Packaging & Delivery
|Foam status||sheets and blocks,rolls|
|Package Details||packing as request or common packing with PE bag.|
|Delivery Details||3-6 Work Days since the date of order |
|Process services |
|Die Cutting,Lamination Adhesive ,Sheeting, Perforating & Skiving|
Good impact absorptionNon toxic and odourless ESD foamsLightweight
Building and Construction
Superior Compression/Tension characteristicsThermal absorptionSound absorption
Sports & Leisure
Equestrian foam and rubber tilesBody protectionArchery targetsCanoe buoyancy & seating
What is PE foam?
A: Polyethylene foam is a strong, resilient closed-cell foam. Ideally foam material suited as the material or part of a material required in products requiring a shock absorbing, vibration dampening, insulation, barrier or buoyancy component etc.
What is closed-cell?
A:Polyethylene foam is closed-cell, meaning it consists of cells so tightly packed together that it gives the appearance of one uniform structure.
The reality is that the individual cells within polyethylene foam do not physically connect to one another.
This cellular formation is similar to fish caught in a fisherman's net.
Why choose Low-density polyethylene foam?
A:Low-density polyethylene foam has numerous applications because of its many desirable properties including water-resistance, chemical resistance, energy-absorbance, buoyancy and cushioning characteristics. Compressive strength is greater in denser foams, decreasing as density decreases. Low-density foams tend to exhibit more compressive creep, meaning they become less thick over time, than higher-density foams.