Polyethylene foam is a durable, lightweight, resilient, closed-cell material. It is often used for insulations,construction,vehicle,culture/sports, packaging and so on, due to its excellent vibration dampening and insulation properties. It also offers high resistance to chemicals and moisture.
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1)What is the difference between polyethylene and polyurethane foam?
Polyethylene is a firm, closed-cell foam.It is also sometimes used as a top layer over softer foam in order to provide better footing while the lower, softer foam adds some shock absorption. What is polyurethane foam? Polyurethane is a softer, open-cell type of foam that is made in varying degrees of firmness.
2)Is polyethylene foam toxic?
Polyethylene is Safe and Non-Toxic
Blocking chemical off-gassing is not so simple.Low density, food-grade polyethylene is safe and non-toxic. It has a simple molecular structure that does not require toxic chemical additives like phthalates and other unsafe plasticizers.
3)How can I know the suitable foam density I need?
A: Our PE foam density is between 25 kg/m3 and 333 kg/m3
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4)What's the difference between open and closed cell foam?
A spray insulation is referred to open cell or closed cell because of the difference between the small bubbles (cells) that make up the foam. The cells are pressed together, so air and moisture are unable to get inside the foam. Because of this,closed cell foam is much more rigid and stable than open cell foam.
5)What is the difference between polypropylene and polyethylene?
Monomer of polyethylene is ethylene and monomer of polypropylene is propylene.Polyethylene has a lower melting point compared to the higher melting point of polypropylene. Polypropylene is not as sturdy as polyethylene. Polypropyleneis stiffer and resistant to chemicals and organic solvents compared to polyethylene.