Cross linked Polyethylene Foam (XPE) is chemically cross linked PE foam produced in continuous rolls resulting in a foam product with uniform, closed cells and smooth skins both sides. It is lightweight, flexible and soft to touch, yet strong, tough, resilient and resistant to moisture, many chemicals and high temperature.

Compared to non-cross linked polyethylene foam, it typically offers superb thermal stability and insulating properties plus improved dimensional consistency and stability over a wide range of fabrication methods in end-user’s conditions. MOR foams is used for insulation and sound absorbing materials in a host of container’s designs and suitable in the building and construction field where thermal insulation, moisture resistance, sound and vibration are critical.

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