Produced through the process of breaking the foam materials into small particles and then compressing them back into foam, these materials are used as sound insulator and shock absorber. Their thermal conductivity coefficients are very low owing to their closed pores. The material, which can be produced between 80-250 dns, is used as shock absorber and mounting material at various points in automotive sector while also being used as wrestling mat in sports equipment sector.
They are used as soundproof and noise dampening materials inside walls in constructional applications. They create successful insulation solutions in underfloor applications.
Having a high load bearing capacity and an elastic structure, they are used in packaging sector while also being used as shock absorber and separator particularly in transportation of glass products.
They have wide area of use in furniture sector and bed production.