What foam systems do you mould?

Rojac Urethane Ltd mould a wide variety of foam systems to suit most applications, PU foam mouldings can be rigid, semi-rigid or flexible, we can vary hardness and density to suit your requirements, we offer one off, prototype and full production moulding of all foam systems.


High Resilience Flexible Foams

Primarily used for seating applications in the automotive industry. All formulations are based on MDI chemistry, the resulting moulded foams comply with the requirements of JLR standard STJLR.51.5142. Dual Hardness foam components may be produced as required. Typical examples include front and rear cushion and seat backs, headrests and armrest.


Combustion Modified High Resilience Flexible Foams (CMHR)

Used for seating applications in high quality domestic and office furniture, in addition to public transport vehicle seating. All formulations based on M.D.I chemistry; the resulting foams comply with the flammability requirements of the ‘Crib 5’ test.


Semi Rigid Flexible Foams

A relatively firm flexible foam primarily used for interior trim applications in the automotive, transport and furniture industries. Typical examples include console pads etc. Components in a range of hardness’s and densities may be produced to suit the application.


Integral Skin Foams

Self-finished moulded foam primarily used for trim applications in transport, appliance, equipment and furnishings industries where a hard wearing and impervious sealed surface condition is required. Typical examples include armrests for office furniture, automotive head restraints, component handles.


Graphite foams

Primarily used for seating applications where a high flame redundancy is required for example, rail and aircraft seating, graphite filled foam can meet the flammability requirements of the ‘Crib 7’ test as a part of a composite with a fire blocker and covering materials.


Rigid Foams

A solid polyurethane foam used in a diversity of applications where light weight solids with good thermal insulation and impact energy absorption properties are required. These can be produced in a wide range of material densities. Typical examples include thermal insulation panels for freezers, pipeline insulation and support systems, automotive filler pads, buoyancy fillings and equipment cases etc.

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