Foam Fill

 

Polyethylene Foam Fill
The in mold foam process takes place during the oven cycle. After the outer skin forms and at a specific temperature the foam expands to form a second layer of desired thickness while maintaining a hollow part. This type of specialized application is generally used for:

  • Structural integrity
  • Insulation
  • Added buoyancy
  • Noise reduction
  • Reduced part weight

 

 

 


Double-wall part with foam insulation produced during the molding process results in superior strength, increased insulation, and close tolerances.

Polyurethane Foam Fill
The post mold foam process takes place after the molding process. The finished part is then injected with the polyurethane foam to form a solid core. This type of specialized application is generally used for:

  • Structural integrity
  • Insulation
  • Added buoyancy
  • Noise reduction