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Reusable Foam for Air Filtration

Air filters are made from a variety of materials- both reusable and one time use. One of the most popular forms of filter media for air filters is polyurethane foam. Polyurethane foam is filled with air pockets that offer somewhere between thermally reticulated 15 and 20 pores per inch. The pores in the foam act perfectly as a barrier for collecting a variety of dust, dirt, and other contaminants that get into the air. Many factories and businesses that do not want to deal with the expense of one-time use filters have switched to using foam filters instead. Continue reading

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Market Success Begins with Product Design

When a new product is brought to market, even the slightest misstep in design can derail a successful launch. As a specialty contract manufacturer, TMP Technologies is accustomed to finding solutions for product development challenges. TMP’s engineers have the skills and resources to design complex parts like their custom foam applicators. Continue reading

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4 Types of Closed Cell Foam

Closed cell foam is a type of foam that has closed cells rather than open cells in the foam. Usually, this means that the foam cannot absorb water or other materials, because the cells are completely closed. So where a sponge-like foam can absorb water or other liquids, a closed cell foam will simply repel the water and absorb nothing. Continue reading

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Foam Inserts – Cutting Your Own or Having Them Custom Made

by Steven Holand, Carry Cases Plus Owner Continue reading

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