Foam Rubber

Foam Rubber

Foam rubber (also known as cellular, sponge, or expanded rubber) refers to rubber that has been manufactured with a foaming agent to create an air-filled matrix structure. Commercial foam rubbers are generally made of synthetic rubber, natural latex or polyurethane. Latex foam rubber, used in mattresses, is well known for its endurance.

eva foam

EVA foam

Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), also known as poly (ethylene-vinyl acetate) (PEVA), is the copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate. The weight percent of vinyl acetate usually varies from 10 to 40%, with the remainder being ethylene. There are three different types of EVA copolymer, which differ in the vinyl acetate (VA) content and the way the materials are used.

injection molding

Injection molding

Direct injection expanded foam molding (also known as injection molded foam) is a foam manufacturing process that creates soft foam products direct from compound into a final product. This process eliminates the steps required for die-cutting and compression molding, as it manufactures the foam and the product simultaneously.