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Foam Rubber Products

Flexible Foam Rubber, Rigid Foam Rubber and More

Foam rubber (also known as cellular or expanded rubber) is a versatile solution suitable for a range of applications, from cushioning in automobile seats and furniture, to insulation in buildings and freezers.

Foams are made by forming gas bubbles in a plastic mixture with the use of a blowing agent. Our foam rubber products offer cost-effective sealing and cushioning solutions for your project.

There are two types of basic foam: flexible foams and rigid foams. Flexible foams have open cell structures and can be produced in low and high densities. Rigid foams have a closed cell structure that prevents gas movement.

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Foam rubber can also be known as cellular, sponge, or expanded rubber. Regardless of name, foam rubber serves as an extremely versatile substance that can be shaped to fit irregular spaces while maintaining its properties. In addition, foam rubber offers many natural and chemical resistances to make it durable enough for more demanding environments and applications.


  • Lightweight
  • Buoyant
  • Cushioning performance
  • Thermal insulation
  • Acoustic insulation
  • Impact dampening

Flexible foams

  • Open cell structure
  • Can be produced in low and high densities

Rigid foams

  • Closed cell structure that prevents gas movement

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  • Top Industries & Applications
    • Dust seals for HVAC access doors
    • Noise and Vibration Reduction
    • Transportation
      • Automotive trim
      • Refrigerated transport vehicles
    • Manufacturing
      • Packaging
    • Construction
      • Building insulation
  • Flexible foam
    • Cushioning for furniture and automobiles
    • Automotive trim
    • Shoe soling
  • Rigid foam
    • Buildings
    • Refrigerators
    • Freezers
    • Refrigerated transport vehicles
  • PVC Foam

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Benefits & Advantages

PVC Foam Benefits

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Foam works well filling larger voids and variable gaps. It displays physical and chemical resistance properties that make it an excellent material to be used in foam rubber tubes.

PVC foam is resistant to:

  • Fire and burning
  • Most acids, chemicals, and solvents
  • UV rays
  • Weathering
  • Fungi
  • Oxidation

PVC foam:

  • Can be laminated
  • Can be supplied with pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA)

Interested in foam rubber?

Call 1-888-754-5136 to find out more, or get a quote.

Not sure which material you need for your custom rubber product? View our rubber material selection guide.

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