Available Foam Types
High Density Foam
High Resilience Foam
Dry Fast Foam
Frequently Asked Questions
Foam products have maximum dimensions. Foam ordered beyond its maximum dimension will be divided in half to achieve the desired measurement. For example, High Density foam at 100.00″L will deliver as two 50.00″L pieces.
- High Density Foam – 96″
- Polyurethane Foam – 84″
- Lux Foam – 96″
- High Resilience Foam – 96″
- Charcoal Foam – 84″
- Dry Fast Foam – 80″
Can I order a cylinder with a hole cut through the center?
Yes, you can. In order to do so, simply enter your desired dimension in the “Center Hole” section. There is a limitation of a 0.75″ minimum on the size of the hole that is cut out of the center of the cylinder.
Can I order a semicircle cylinder?
Yes, you can. Simply select “Yes” from the dropdown menu under the “Half Moon” option, and we will cut your cylinder down the center to create two semicircular cylinders.
How are cylinder foam holes produced?
In order to produce a cylinder foam hole, a three-step process is required. First, the foam is cut into a square in the length of the requested cylinder. The foam square is then moved to a specialized saw where it is cut and shaped into a cylinder by spinning quickly. At this point, the same saw is ready to cut the interior hole by entering the side of the cylinder and moving to the center. The cylinder saw cuts the interior diameter and then exits in the same location as the entrance. As a result, the end product of a cylinder that has a rounded diameter on the outside and a rounded diameter on the inside is produced.
What are foam cylinders used for?
Foam cylinders are commonly used for back bolsters to provide lumbar support and reduce lower back pain. They are also used on the sides of sofas as an armrest foam bolster. In addition to an armrest, one of the more common uses of a cylinder is as a headrest, sitting underneath the neck area of the user. Foam cylinders are also used to support legs by being placed underneath them, removing pressure from the lower extremities. This provides comfort and relief for the user. In addition to each of these applications, cylinders are often used over poles to protect people from injury.