Filter and Filtration foams
Filter Foam is Polyurethane based with either a Polyester or Polyether Polyol and is created by removing cell membranes from within through a process known as reticulation.
This creates an open, almost net-like structure within the foam allowing for a low flow restriction and particles to pass through. In contrast, dust and other unwanted particles are trapped within the cells of the reticulated foam.
We're a supplier of speciality; high-performance products made using solvent, water-based, hot-melt or rubber-based technologies.
Each one offers specific technical capabilities, so across the range, you’ll find a choice of adhesive strengths, bonding abilities and price points, with tapes suitable for different conditions or application techniques.
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Common industries for filtration foam:
- Aquatic retail
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The general purpose for all filtration foams is essentially the same. To filter the particles passing through, such as water or air, while trapping unwanted particles within the foam cells. This can vary based on the application of the foam.
We have been manufacturing and supplying a comprehensive range of world-class filtration foams and post-treatment technology to industry-leading organisations for over a decade.
Whatever your need, get in touch with our experts; we’ll be sure to filter through all your worries and find a solution to your upcoming project.
- Water & Air Filtration
- Speaker Grills for Hi-Fi
- Tobacco Filters
- Inkjet Cartridges & Stamping Pads
- Gas Filters
- Face Masks & Respiratory Filters
- Microphone Windshields
- Aquatic Filtration
- Outdoor Seating & Garden cushions
- Boat & Yacht Seating
- Ceramic Filtration
- Medical Filters
- Gutters & Drains
- Cooking Filters
The Many Uses of Filtration Foams
Filtration Foam is Polyurethane based with either a Polyester or Polyether Polyol and created by removing cell membranes from within, through a process known as reticulation. This creates an open, almost net like structure within the foam, allowing for a low flow restriction giving particles the freedom to pass through while dust and other unwanted particles are trapped within the cells of the reticulated foam.
What is the Difference Between Sponge Rubber and Foam Rubber?
It can be quite hard to discern the difference between sponge rubber and foam rubber when it comes to the average consumer. That’s because both terms are often used interchangeably, but their applications are quite different considering their molecular build and benefits to the user.
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From the first call to the finished product, we’re with you every step of the way. We offer technical support and advice on the best foam products for your specific application and assembly process.
We can also provide bespoke product development, on-site support and samples, making the whole design, purchasing and implementation process streamlined and stress free.