Foam Designed for Recycling
With more than four decades of experience manufacturing, converting and supplying foam to our clients throughout UK and Europe as well as further afield. Our team has a wealth of experience and skill in producing custom designed foam components to suit a variety of niche applications across a number of industries such as aviation, automotive, education and more.
If you're looking for a foam solution designed to be recycled, at Polyformes, we utilise a number of different materials including ARPLANK, Ethafoam and Stratocell in order to protect your products at all times.
Our recyclable foam materials can be engineered in the same way as all of our other materials whilst still maintaining their sustainability including printing, moulding, laser cutting, waterjet cutting and more.
As the UK's exclusive of ARPLANK, our team has a huge amount of knowledge on the material. ARPLANK is ideal for use in a number of different scenarios including packaging and cushioning, expandable and returnable dunnage, thermal management and flotation. ARPLANK comes in three different densities including ARPLANK 20, ARPLANK 30 and ARPLANK 45 to meet all of the needs of your business.
Ethafoam is another material we frequently utilise for recycling. Available in a number of different grades, densities and sizes, Ethafoam can be used for applications that need shock absorption, vibration dampening, insulation, barrier or buoyancy components, and damage protection.
Stratocell is ideal for businesses or organisations looking to save money on packaging. Stratocell’s cost-effectiveness is achieved due to its ability to be reused countless times without any degradation, and its lightweight, which helps to reduce fuel costs in transportation.
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