With Polyethylene foam being so user friendly for the customer due to its aesthetically pleasing look and protective properties this material is being used more commonly for prestige packaging and display purposes.
Polyethylene foam is extremely light weight, very tough, resilient, and flexible. This makes the foam ideal to convert for this market as it offers the complete package.
With Plastazote being a totally inert material due to it’s unique manufacturing method being nitrogen blown this material is ideal for point of sale applications.
Polyethylene foams are available in a wide variety of colours to suit any designers taste, these foams are aesthetically pleasing on the eye and offer unapparelled protection.
Jewellery pads, window displays, coins, perfumes, beverages, cosmetics, and window displays are some of the applications polyethylene foam can be used for.
If you are looking to rebrand your packaging, have a new product launch, or want to explore the benefits of using polyethylene foam for your products please get in touch.
Polyethylene foam has many different variants which can be very specific to the end application, some polyethylene’s have a very open cell structure this allows light to populate the cell structure and gives it that sparkle which is key for some point of sale campaigns.
Also you can get polyethylene foams which have a very tight cell structure which almost look like a suede to the naked eye, with a tight cell structure and nowhere for the light to penetrate these have a matt finish.
Once you know the type of finish you would like for you application next comes the density of the foam, this is usually measured in kilos per cubic meter and generally ranges from 15kg up to 100kg.
Open cell Polyurethane foams are generally less rigid, dense as closed cell polyethylene foams, however these foams have their place in the retail / luxury packaging market.
Available in a large range of colours and densities. If its a softer feel that’s required Polyurethane foam is ideal for your application.
Our polyethylene foams are converted to our customers’ individual requirements from split sheets, pressed foam fitments, waterjet and routed polyethylene foam components for all market sectors.