The widest variety of foam categories that can be used in various fields.
Standard foams are the most common range of foams used in the manufacture of elastic cores in mattresses, ergonomic chairs, sofas and upholstered armchairs. This range of foams is characterized by densities between 16 - 40 kg / m3, hardnesses between 40 - 400N, a good resistance to mechanical tearing, namely elasticity and average support factor.
High Resilience Foams
High resilience foams are characterized by an open and irregular cellular structure, which provides improved air permeability and moisture leading to regaining its original shape immediately after compression, elasticity and high supporting force. These foams ensure a uniform distribution of body weight over the entire surface providing a soft comfort on the surface and firm in depth.
Bio foams are obtained by partially replacing the raw materials used in their synthesis with raw materials from renewable resources with plant content. The development of these foams has a number of significant environmental benefits: less contribution to global warming, rational use of energy, conservation of non-renewable resources, reducing the potential for ozone depletion.
Foams with special properties
The viscoelastic foams developed are characterized by their open cellular structure with positive effects in terms of improving gravitational forces and by the fact that they have low emissions and low odor, respectively odorless, falling into the category "Low VOC emission and Weak odor - Odorless". The development of this modern, technologically superior material makes it suitable for use in various fields to ensure the feeling of comfort.
Flame retardant foams are a category of foams with special properties, such as fire resistance and high temperatures, that contain flame retardants and comply with fire safety legislation for mattresses and upholstered furniture. The degree of fireproofing of the 3 categories of foams - standard fireproof foams - CME, fireproof foams and high resilience - CMHR and fireproof foams and memory - CMVE - meets the requirements of the British standard BS5852, Crib 5.