We are manufacturers of flexible polyurethane foam and converters of a wide range of flexible and rigid polyurethane, polystyrene and polyethylene foams. We produce a range of foams specifically for the furniture and bedding industry, commercial and residential building industries, mining services and we also provide packaging solutions for manufacturing companies.
It is important to note that there are significant differences between our foams and the other manufacturers in the marketplace.
Some foam companies use fillers in their manufacturing process, giving an artificial density. Our density is an absolute density which benefits the foam by giving it thicker cell walls resulting in the foam lasting longer.
Our foam cell structure is more irregular than traditional long line foams which in simple terms gives the foam better load bearing qualities. Instead of the foam having consistent regular thickness cell walls, our foams will have an irregular pattern, including some cell walls that are thicker. This characteristic improves the performance of the foam.
Future Foams supplies a range of rigid foams used in various industries such as sign writing, building and construction. We supply polystyrene (EPS and XPS), PIR and rigid polyurethanes. These products can be converted to sheets, blocks or profiled shapes.
EPS (expanded polystyrene) is a closed cell, resilient, lightweight rigid cellular plastics material produced in a range of densities between 10 kg/m3 and 35 kg/m3.
The two main grades we keep in stock are SL grade and VH grade, other grades are available by request.
The main applications for products manufactured from EPS are thermal insulation systems (wall, roof and sub-floor), ceiling panels and other decorative surfaces, concrete voids and block outs, pipe insulation, protective packaging, floatation and buoyancy applications, and stage sets.
Closed Cell Foams
Closed Cell Foams are a closed cell, chemically cross linked (and non cross linked) foam made from polyethylene or ethyl vinyl acetate copolymers. They are made using an extruded or block form method. They are made in a range of densities and molecular weights.
Polyethylene and EVA foams are buoyant, waterproof, lightweight, shock absorbing and have excellent thermal insulation properties. They are used in a wide range of applications including expansion joints, packaging, impact absorption, thermal insulation and backing rod. They are resistant to most common chemicals and have good compression characteristics