Closed Cell Plastazote Foam for Automotive Applications

Plastazote foam is used across a variety of industries, not least the automotive sector. As safety should be at the forefront of every vehicle that’s manufactured, the superior performance and lighter weight of plastazote sheets make this material ideally suited to the construction of road vehicles. Plastazote also boasts a consistent cell structure and an absence of chemical agents in the foam.

Many seating and soft trim areas employ Plastazote foams. Because of the low-density closed cell characteristic of Plastazote foam sheets, seat cushions can be significantly lighter. They’re also utilized to add buoyancy or support to key regions of seat cushions, making them more comfortable and durable.

Around seating areas, Plastazote foam is used to provide a soft touch and energy management. Foam-backed materials are utilized around improved seating, seat armrests, and crash padding on the back of headrests.

Key properties of plastazote foam sheets

Closed cell foam products

  • Lightweight and durable
  • Good acoustic barrier
  • Good thermal insulation
  • Water-repellent closed cell structure
  • Wide range of densities and hardness available
  • Non toxic (therefore safe to use)
  • Flammability tested to FMVSS 302- industry standard

Protective packing for the safe transportation of automotive parts is also available.

Closed cell foam products are well suited for use in the aerospace sector. Closed-cell polyethylene foam can be used in a variety of applications since it is both lightweight and resilient. All of Bracken Foam’s plastazote foam is available in a variety of densities, hardnesses, and colours.

Clients in the aircraft industry benefit from closed cell foam materials with a high density, such as polyethylene and plastazote.

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At Bracken Foam Fabricators, we are dedicated to delivering the highest quality polyethylene and plastazote foam products to customers. If you require either of these, give us a call , email or simply complete our enquiry form.

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