EPS, expanded polystyrene, is inflated polystyrene beads moulded together under heat and pressure. EPS is 98 per cent air, which gives it superb thermal insulation properties against heat, cold and moisture.
EPS is often used for food boxes, as it keeps food fresh even during long transport. It also has first-rate compressive strength, rigidity and durability, which protects products packed in EPS packaging against shocks and impact.
EPS is 100% recyclable and can be reused as raw material for new EPS in a closed loop that saves resources and lowers CO2 emissions.Read more
Expanded polypropylene, EPP, is a closed-cell thermoplastic foam with excellent energy absorption, high resilience and good thermal insulation properties.
EPP is used for a number of applications in the automotive industry and in custom made packaging for technical components since it can be moulded to fit the components perfectly for optimal protection.
EPP is 100% recyclable and can be reused as raw material for new EPP in a closed loop that saves natural resources, minimize waste, lowers CO2 emissions and water use.Read more
BioFoam consists of biopolymers made of organic materials (compost and vegetable waste) and has excellent insulation properties, insensitivity to moisture, high shock absorption and retains its shape even after heavy impact.
BioFoam is durable and can be used in both moulded parts and in (contour) cut products. This allows for a wide range of technical products and packaging solutions.
BioFoam products can be reused endlessly without a loss of quality and drastically reduces CO2 emissions. It’s biodegradable and can be industrially composted.Read more
Fabricated foam means that we buy material in blocks and process it into customer-specific solutions. We mainly use EPE and PUR. Both have first-rate protection, insulation and fixating properties
EPE is 100% recyclable and the most common material for shock absorption, separation and fixation of medium to heavy industrial products.
PUR has open cells, which allows air and water to pass through. This makes it perfect in furniture and mattresses, as packaging for fragile products and as shock-absorbing cushioning.Read more
Honeycomb is a natural product made from paper, kraftliner or testliner, that enclose a core with the unique air-filled honeycomb cell structure that gives the product its name.
Honeycomb lightweight and stronger than cardboard. It’s also 100 per cent recyclable, 100 per cent biodegradable and may be compressed up to 75 per cent, for efficient transportation.
The material is used as cushioning and shock absorption for fragile products that are vulnerable to impact and transport damages. Honeycomb packaging can enclose the whole product and/or edges can be used as stabilisers to fixate products inside the packaging. Honeycomb also offers optimal corner and edge protection.Read more
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