High-Density foam comes in all firmnesses, from very soft to extra firm. There is a misconception that the name High Density means the foam is firm. This is not the case, as density is not correlated to firmness. You can read more about this here. The name was created to differentiate it from the original polyurethane foam which it is based on.
High-Density foam is commonly used in furniture. It will return to shape after compression, offering a good balance between its softness and support. Its higher density than Polyurethane will give it better comfort in mattresses and furniture.
Order custom cut High-Density foam for your exact needs.
- Sofa cushions.
- Chair cushions.
- Boat cushions.
- Bay windows.
- Camping pads.
- Pet beds.
- Packaging & shipping.
|Weight:||1.9 lb. per cubic ft.|
|Density lb. per cubic ft.:||Minimum 1.70|
|Longevity:||Approx. 4 years|
|Color||304 – Light Brown|
|ILD/50 sq. in. @25% (4 in.):||52 – 58|
|Sag Factor:||Greater than 2.0|
|Air Flow cu. ft./min.:||Max 4.0|
|Tear Strength, lbs/linear in.:||Greater than 2.0|
|Tensile Strength, lbs/sq. in.:||10.0 – 15.0|
|Elongation %:||125 – 175|
|Resilience %:||Greater than 30|
90%, 22 hrs., 158° F:
|Less than 10%|
|Flammability Rating:||Passes flammability specifications for Cal. T.B. 117, FMVSS 302, and NFPA 260,1989 specifications.|