Apollo Foam converts Open Cell Polyurethane foam into a wide range of customer requirements.
Polyurethane is a member of the wide ranging, highly diverse family of polymers, polyurethane with an open cell structure is called PU foam, these can be flexible or rigid.
The simple explanation of how open cell Polyurethane Foam is made by reacting Polyols and diisocyates, both processes derived from crude oil, then a series of additives go into the mix to provide high quality PU foam products.
Typical applications would include:
Open Cell Polyurethane foam is generally manufactured in blocks or rolls depending on the end application, it’s available in various densities, colours, and hardness’s.
Apollo Foam can convert your individual requirement from either the blocks or rolls using is new converting technology. The foam can be split, egg-boxed, cut into pads, pressed, self adhesive backed, the options are endless.
It is best known for supporting our body for a large part of the day, in mattresses, upholstered furniture and car seats.
What is sometimes less known is that we enjoy the benefits of hundreds of polyurethane foam articles without even noticing. Its applications are virtually endless, ranging from small but essential items such as sponges in the kitchen, medical dressings to large filters and soundproofing systems that keep our environment clean and quiet.
Over three quarters of the global consumption of polyurethane products is in the form of foams, with flexible and rigid types being roughly equal in market size. In both cases, the foam is usually behind other materials.
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.