MILITARY FOAM EXPERTS
Military Grade Foams
In Military environments foam cushioning must withstand repeated abuse and still be able to perform. We have designed and fabricated a large number of the foam cushions and foam dunnage in use by the Military today and we are often called upon by the Military to provide fail-safe custom designs. Our engineers have worked hand in hand with Naval Weapons Station Earle, TACOM, Picatinny Arsenal, and all the major prime contractors in designing and building specialized foam packaging, foam dunnage, Military cases and containers. We are a Dow Chemical authorized fabricator/distributor and stock all grades of the Military series polyethylene that meets the A-A-59135, A-A-59136, and PPP-C-1752 specifications as well as all grades and densities of MIL-P-26514 polyurethane.
ETHAFOAM M SERIES
ETHAFOAM military series (M-series) foams meet stringent military and blowing agent requirements, with less than 10 percent LEL. ETHAFOAM M-series products also meet or exceed the requirements of CID A-A-59136 and PPP-C-1752. Please refer to product information sheets for specific compliance.
ETHAFOAM™ M1 AS
ETHAFOAM™ M1 FR/AS
DEFENSE AND AEROSPACE
Foam Design is a leader in planning and manufacturing foam components for aerospace and military applications.
Munitions packaging from Foam Design is uniquely designed to cradle your precious cargo. Whether you're shipping ordnance or delicate electronics (or a bit of both), our military-spec foam hugs your parts, dampening vibration, preventing jiggles, and insuring safe and secure delivery.
Advanced composite aircraft depend on precision-manufactured foam pieces. From fuel-tank protection to wing-stiffening to sound ablation and shock-proofing, we build the pieces that support next-gen aerospace.
All Military grades and specs for:
Ethafoams, Polyethylene Foams, Zotefoams.
Our fabrication capabilities and expertise provide defense and aerospace customers with foam solutions for mission-critical devices that require intricate parts cut to precise tolerances.