Laminating > Crosslinked Foam :: Laminacorr

By: Laminacorr  09-12-2011
Keywords: Surface Protection, Abrasion Protection

Where superior protection is required, crosslinked foam provides a combination of abrasion protection and cushioning. Crosslinked foam meets class-A surface protection requirements and is a common choice for maximum part protection in various dunnage configurations. It can be applied to either one side or two sides of the substrate and can then be die cut, slit or scored to required specifications.

Crosslinked foam is one of the few laminates to provide cushioning properties. Available in different thicknesses and densities, this option meets most class-A surface protection requirements.

We recommend testing with actual parts to ensure suitability of this product in individual applications.

Keywords: Abrasion Protection, Surface Protection,

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