Protect your payload - no matter the destination
Having the correct interior is critical to protecting your valuable payload. For every
application, there is an optimal insert design and method of manufacture.
Foam Manufacturing Techniques
Our experienced team of case interior
specialists employ the best techniques to
create protective foam interiors that
ensure the utmost protection of your
products and equipment.
We carry a complete range of options for
foam-lined materials for foam inserts to cushion and
protect your product, including polyurethane, polyurethane
ester foam, anti-static polyurethane as well as specialty
Foam Interior Design
With over 25 years experience in designing and
manufacturing specialized foam interiors, we have
the knowledge base and manufacturing expertise
to ensure that your valuable payload is protected.
So, how do you know which interior design and
foam material will work best for you? This is where
our technical experts can help. Below are choices of foam interior designs.
Foam blocks are manually cut and strategically placed within the case to support the component(s). This interior design is best suited to support and protect 1 - 2 components (of similar size).
The case is lined with foam (0.5 in. or thicker). This is ideal for general purpose applications where dedicated component cavities are not required.
Foam Lining + Blocks
As the name suggests, this is a foam lined case which also has foam blocks strategically placed to support the component(s). This interior design is often used to protect equipment which has protruding elements (such as connectors) and is best suited for a maximum of 3 components (of similar size).
The case is filled with loose layers of polyurethane ester (soft) or polyethylene (hard) foam. A case supplied with foam layers can be readily customized by the end user.
Custom Foam Insert
If there are more than 3 cavities in a case, the case interior typically is deemed a custom insert because the geometry, orientation, fit and access of all components must be simultaneously addressed. There are 4 principal methods of manufacturing custom inserts: Hand-Cut, CNC Router, CNC Water jet and Die Cut.
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