High density foams

What is high density polyurethane foam and what are its main characteristics?
High density polyurethane is a type of foam that has a superior level of rigidity, which is due to its high density, i.e. the material is concentrated at surface level. As is also the case with conventional foams, high-density polyurethane foam maintains good Thermal isolation, as well as being highly resistant to mechanical stress. They also stand out for their light weight and easy machinability.

What should be taken into account when applying high density polyurethane foam?
This high density polyurethane foam usually comes in standard size sheets, although it is possible to have them cut according to the desired size, in order to adapt the high density polyurethane foam to the required surface. Therefore, it is necessary to take into account factors such as surface area, thickness, density and resistance, since these are aspects to be taken into account for any use of high density polyurethane foam.

What are the advantages of Obiform high density polyurethane foam?
Obiform has been in the foam manufacturing business for years, including high density polyurethane foam. Therefore, our company knows everything there is to know about this type of foam, as we work hard to always offer the best products to our customers, because from the beginning, quality has been Obiform’s raison d’être. This quality is obtained by always looking for the best, and therefore, aspiring to get the best high density polyurethane foam.

Polyurethane foams are classified into low, medium and high density, actually when we talk about high density, we should refer to materials with more than 35 kg/m3, medium density would range from 25 to 30 kg/m3 and low density would be those of 10 to 23 kg/m3 density.

The concept of high density foam is very generic, we have explained its classification, now depending on the needs you should go to any of the sections presented on this website, actually any piece of polyurethane can be manufactured in any density, everything will depend on the end use.

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