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Types of Industrial Packaging Foam and Their Applications

Posted by Ariana Loijos Spencer

Mar 27, 2020 3:59:02 PM

Every Application is Unique

Foam can be designed, cut, and fabricated to hold any shape. Many products have protrusions like flanges, brackets and buttons that change the overall surface of the product or have varying degrees of fragility or ability to bear weight, all of which can be accommodated with a foam packaging design.

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Topics: Packaging, Foam, types, Applications

Basics of Custom Industrial Foam Packaging

Posted by Ariana Loijos Spencer

Feb 25, 2020 1:40:09 PM

Why Use Foam in Industrial Packaging?

Foam is an effective cushioning and vibration dampening medium used in one-time and repetitive packaging of sensitive and/or fragile products. Foam can also be used for blocking and bracing and shock and vibration protection in crates and cases. Because foam is lightweight and relatively cheap to manufacture, it can protect a shipment during transit without adding substantial weight and cost.

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Topics: Packaging, Foam

Beaded polyethylene foam packaging excels in many applications.

Posted by Ariana Loijos Spencer

Jan 29, 2018 9:11:21 PM

Choosing the type of foam packaging is an important design decision that can affect the performance, cost and aesthetics of product packaging. Beaded polyethylene foam (BPE) makes an excellent protective packaging because it has a soft surface, but is very rugged and firm. Consequently, BPE is frequently used for Class A surfaces such as medical equipment, semiconductor equipment, IT servers, automotive, robotics, and other instrumentation. BPE is used in heavy and fragile cushioning, impact and vibration dampening for crating, high end case interiors, electronics, industrial material handling,  automotive dunnage, finished part separators and many more applications.

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Topics: ATA Cases, Foam

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