Cross-Linked Polyethylene Foam Supplier
Cross-linked polyethylene, also known as XLPE foam, is a closed-cell foam material that combines an outstanding range of chemical and physical properties. This polyethylene foam is a chemically cross-lined material, resulting in fine cells and a smooth feel. This uniform and compact feel enhance its aesthetic and visual appeal, which makes it commonly used for both protective and decorative packaging. In fact, cross-linked polyethylene foam is used to protect Class A surfaces and highly sensitive medical and military devices and equipment.
Because it combines many desirable chemical and physical characteristics, customized cross-linked polyethylene foam is an extremely popular material in numerous applications, including packaging, insulation, toys, floatation devices, gaskets, seals, expansion joints, cushioning, orthopedic, sporting goods, and much more. Properties such as buoyancy, dimensional stability, flexibility, durability, thermal stability, and high resiliency make it extremely desirable in such industries as medical and health care, packaging, military, industrial, construction, transportation, entertainment, sports, and leisure, and others.
As a top custom cross-linked polyethylene foam packaging supplier and fabrication company in California, Atlas Foam will guide you to the best solution and services for your specific application. Gain access to our 50 years of unparalleled production and fabrication experience by partnering with us.
Features, Characteristics, and Benefits of Cross-Linked Polyethylene Foam
- Fine-celled material with smooth, uniform finish
- Excellent buoyancy with low water and moisture permeability
- Lightweight and versatile
- High tensile strength and incredible durability
- Excellent resistance to oil, chemical, and solvents
- Flexible and bendable without breaking
- Impervious to mildew, mold, bacteria, and rot
- Great dimensional and thermal stability and conductivity
- Strong vibration dampening and sound absorbing capabilities
- Excellent resilience to tears and punctures
- Excellent cushioning and protective characteristics
- Nontoxic and contains no CFCs, HCFCs, or hydrocarbon blowing agents
High-Quality Cross-Linked Polyethylene Foam Products
At Atlas Foam Products, we design and fabricate cross-linked polyethylene foam packaging, products, and components tailored to your custom specifications and exact application requirements. We utilize L200 and L300 cross-linked foam, also known as Youngboard or Minicel® foam. In bun form, this chemically cross-linked material is ideal for applications requiring a thicker foam.
Foam Sizes and Dimensions
We supply L200 and L300 polyethylene foam in sizes ranging from the following:
- Up to 4” thickness
- Up to 48” width
- Up to 96” length
We can accommodate larger and custom sizes by bonding additional or multiple pieces together. Also, we can cut down both foam materials to a quarter-inch thickness.
- L200 is available in white and charcoal.
- L300 is available in white and charcoal.
Colors such as yellow, blue, green, pink, and purple are not stocked but can be ordered at an extra charge. Contact us as your L200 foam supplier for more information.
|Comfort, Cushioning, Packaging
|Support, Stability, Structural Integrity
|2# per cu ft
|3# per cu ft
Contact our team for details about the availability of our Cross-Linked Polyethylene Foam.
Each order is individually quoted. Give us a call at 818-837-3626 or fill out a Quote Request Form with your project specifications for material, quantity, size, color, density, and any other requirements.
Atlas Foam will store all dies and production equipment. Dies remain the property of the customer, until called for. A purchase order or other authorization is sufficient for repeat orders.
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Our Capabilities and Services
With over 50 years of experience, Atlas Foam Products is one of the top custom cross-linked polyethylene foam packaging providers in California. Backed by our years of repeat customers and superior customer satisfaction, we offer cost-effective packaging solutions and custom-fabricated products.
We offer the following capabilities and services:
- Bond multiple or additional foam pieces for custom sizes
- Combine different types of foams, each varying in size, shape, and density
- Laminate or bond foam to secondary and customer-provided material for added functionality
- Hand fabricate to customer specifications
- Precision die cutting, shaping, and slitting
- Foam flocking that enhance the packaging, aesthetic, and display qualities
- Apply a pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) backing to foam that ensure a strong bond between foam layers and materials
Atlas Foam Products has the knowledge, expertise, experience, and technology to guide you to the best foam solution while meeting the needs of any project or product specification. Contact one of the foam experts at Atlas Foam Products to learn more about our products and services or to request a sample of cross-linked polyethylene foam.
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Give us a call at 818-837-3626 or fill out the form to send a message to one of our Foam Experts. We proudly provide services to local areas including Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, Simi Valley, Ventura, Oxnard, Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, and the Contiguous U.S.