We at PANA process open-pored flexible polyurethane foams based on ether or ester. They are suitable for dust sealing, thermal insulation, acoustic insulation, shock absorption, vibration decoupling, upholstery and transport protection.
Due to their open-cell cell structure, PUR foams are suitable for decoupling and for sound and vibration damping. Due to their good restoring forces, PUR foams based on ether are suitable as permanently elastic buffers or as sealing strips. Furthermore, PUR foams are resistant to many chemicals / solvents and have a high temperature resistance.
In order to be able to serve as many different industries as possible, we process PUR foams in many different colours and densities. PUR foam is therefore used in the automotive, construction, industrial, medical and orthopaedic technology, electronics and many other sectors.
Large selection of different PUR foams available from stock; correspondingly short delivery times
Customer-specific production (purely order-related production)
delivered in various forms: as roll, plate, strip, die-cut parts, blanks, self-adhesive if required
ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949 certified management system for many years
Our PUR foams:
- Flame-resistant foams (DIN 4102/EN 13501-1, FMVSS 302 and many more)
- low-emission and low-odour foams
- Tolerance-compensating and good restoring force
- Electrically conductive, statically dissipative and antistatic foams (ESD protection)
- Ökotex Standard 100 and CertiPUR
Technical product table PUR foam:
|17 kg/m³||Anthrazit||UL94||Electrically conductive|
|25 kg/m³||White||FMVSS 302||Static dissipative|
|30 kg/m³||DIN 4102||antistatic|
|35 kg/m³||EN 13501-1||low-emission|
|40 kg/m³||Blue||as filter foam (PPI)|
|50 kg/m³||Green||as nap foam|
|more on request||*Anthracite/White is the standard|
Frequently asked questions about PUR foam:
In which areas is polyethylene foam used?
Polyethylene foam or PE foam is used in all industries due to its feel and properties.
Because of its fine-pored cell structure and its velvety surface, PE foam is used, on the one hand, when the appearance plays a role (e.g. case linings, presentation boxes, etc.). On the other hand, the PE foam has corresponding properties so that it can also be used as insulation or damping material.
What is PUR foam?
In polyethylene foam, a distinction is made between cross-linked PE foam and non-cross-linked PE foam.
In cross-linked PE foam (chemically or physically cross-linked), the polymer chains are chemically interconnected at certain points and form a three-dimensional network.
Cross-linked PE foam has a fine, regular and closed cell structure. The closed cell structure offers excellent heat and cold insulation properties. In addition, cross-linked PE foam cannot absorb water. Different colour variants make it particularly attractive and provide a smooth surface.
Where is PUR foam often used?
Polyethylene foam or PE foam is used in all industries due to its haptics and properties.
Polyethylene foam is used due to its fine-pored cell structure and its velvety surface when the appearance plays a role (e.g. case linings, presentation boxes etc.). On the other hand, the PE foam has corresponding properties so that it can also be used as insulation or damping material.
How is PUR foam processed?
PUR foam can be processed in various ways due to its closed cell structure.