Our Cross-Linked Closed Cell Foam Roll is an excellent solution for a range of applications in industrial and recreational fields. Its 2.0 lb. density closed cell structure provides excellent performance and long-lasting endurance. In roll and sheet form, there is added ease and affordability to meet your needs.
Chemically cross-linked, this foam has a smooth, aesthetically pleasing surface. This also gives it excellent physical and chemical properties not found in open-cell and non-cross-linked closed-cell foam.
You can also order custom-cut Closed Cell foam here.
Its cross-linked closed-cell structure provides the following benefits:
- Resistance: Closed Cell foam has low water absorption. This also makes it resistant to mold, mildew, rot, and other forms of bacteria. Additionally, it is resistant to bug infestations.
- Stability: Closed Cell foam is very firm and rigid compared to open-cell foam.
- Soundproofing: Closed Cell foam is a great insulating material. It can block sounds and vibrations from entering and leaving a room.
- Smooth surface.
- Low water absorption and vapor transmission.
- Gauge control.
- Thermal insulation.
- Chemical resistance.
- Sound blocking.
- Long-lasting endurance.
- Nontoxic. Contains no CFCs, HCFCs, or blowing agents.
Automotive: Interior vehicle padding such as anti-rattling pads and floor pads. Water shields, watercraft hull lining.
Packaging: Case padding for equipment such as electronics, luggage, and fragile items.
Sports: Insulation for gym mats, shoes, and boots. Contact padding to protect players and equipment.
|Weight:||2.0 lb. per cubic ft.|
|Density Range, PCF:
|1.5 – 2.5|
|Longevity:||Approximately 15 years.|
|Compressive Strength, psi:
|5 – 8
14 – 18
% of Original Thickness
|Tensile Strength, psi:
|30 – 50|
|Elongation, % to Break:
|130 – 180|
|Tear Resistance, lb/in:
|7 – 13|
|Water Absorption, lb/ft²
of Cut Surface, Max:
|Buoyancy, lb per cubic ft.:
(Mil P-40619) (USCG)
|Temperature Range F:||-110 to +225|
|Flammability Rating:||Non-treated. If ignited, this product will burn and consume oxygen.|