Agglomerate rubber derives from industrial waste from the processing of flexible polyurethane foam.
These processing scraps, instead of being sent to landfills as waste, are granulated and subsequently agglomerated, by pressure, steam and the use of a binder usually also polyurethane.
In this way a new and different material is obtained with densities that can vary from 100 to 250 Kg/m³.
A virtuous example of circular economy.
Its open cell structure combined with relatively high densities make it suitable for use in the field of sound insulation. But also in the protective packaging sectors where rather high densities are required.
Typical applications: thermal and acoustic insulation, packaging, padding for furnishings, padding for sports items, padding, protections for sports facilities.
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