Materials used for production of fillings

POLYETHYLENE FOAM

It shows high shock absor­bing pro­per­ties, absorbs shock and vibra­tion, and sup­press per­fec­tly. They offer high safety of trans­por­ted ele­ments.

POLYURETHANE FOAM

Fle­xi­ble foam effec­ti­vely pro­tect aga­inst mecha­ni­cal damage by quic­kly retur­ning to its ori­gi­nal shape after mul­ti­ple pres­su­res; the mate­rial is per­fect for retur­na­ble pac­ka­ging.

SPECIAL FOAM

Foam with anti-static pro­per­ties is ideal for pro­tec­tion of elec­tro­nic devi­ces and com­po­nents during trans­port or sto­rage in a ware­ho­use.

FOAM fillings

Foam fil­ling can be used for house­hold, com­mer­cial or indu­strial needs, both for pac­ka­ging pur­po­ses and other appli­ca­tions, among others, con­struc­tion, auto­mo­tive, elec­tro­nics, sports, home applian­ces, and avia­tion sec­tors. They are cha­rac­te­ri­zed by high shock absorp­tion, light-filling, pro­duct pro­tec­tion, fle­xi­bi­lity, soft­ness, no water absorp­tion.

Valu­ation of fil­ling

Specjalist systems

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Pac­ka­ging pro­fi­les - easy to use mate­rials for pro­tec­tion of edges. The stan­dard range inc­lu­des pro­fi­les with C, L, O, TS and U sec­tions, the pro­duc­tion of which takes place without the use of CFCs, 100% made of poly­ethy­lene.
Thanks to the shape and ela­stic pro­per­ties the pro­fi­les may be used for pac­ka­ging and pro­tec­tion of various sha­pes and sizes.

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Sound-absorbing foam - made of poly­ethy­lene as a sound-absorbing and fire­proof mate­rial. More and more com­pa­nies aro­und the world, inc­lu­ding the Ger­man auto­mo­tive indu­stry com­pa­nies, begin to use this mate­rial because of its advan­ta­ges: bet­ter sound absorp­tion than wool, gre­ater fire resi­stance, does not requ­ire addi­tio­nal wrap­ping mate­rial, high stif­f­ness, water resi­stance, it does not tear and break, it is possi­ble to cut every size and shape, low weight.

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It is always desi­gned indi­vi­du­ally for a spe­ci­fic pro­duct. The applied attach­ments are easy to use in the pro­duc­tion line when pac­king the final pro­duct

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It is made using the 2D and 3D mil­ling and cut­ting methods to spe­ci­fic sha­pes and sizes of the fil­ling mate­rial (foamed poly­ethy­lene, poly­ure­thane, tech­ni­cal mate­rials in dif­fe­rent hard­ness).

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Foam fil­lings are made in the form of slots, cor­ners, divi­ders, par­ti­tions, wrap­pers, sepa­ra­tors, etc., and the mate­rials we offer are per­fec­tly suited to pro­tect.

PROFILES AND SHAPES

They are made from a variety of poly­ethy­lene foam using the mil­ling and knife cut­ting methods or dies. High quality of pro­ces­sed pro­ducts and repe­ata­bi­lity of sha­pes.

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FOAM PROFILES AND SHAPES

They are very dura­ble and ligh­twe­ight, and have a variety of appli­ca­tions. Due to a closed-cell struc­ture these foams can with­stand severe weather con­di­tions, inc­lu­ding — most impor­tan­tly — moisture and water.

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FOAM fil­lings

Examples of foam fillings

Flexible Foam fillings will secure any content

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