Polyurethane foams with specific shock absorbing properties, foamed via a high-pressure chemical reaction, resulting in flexible, high-resilience, high density and open-cell foams.






Excellent mechanical properties

Cellfit Physical Structure

In open-cell polyurethane foams, each cell is connected to the others around it enabling a very effective breathability.

Cellfit Chemical Structure

The main raw materials used in Cellfit are polyol and isocyanate (MDI) It is a polymer obtained through the condensation of hydroxyl bases (polyols) combined with isocyanates, in this case MDI (methylene diphenyl diisocyanate).


No Toxic / Noxious Substances

Contains no harmful products, heavy metals or restricted substances.
Non-regulated raw materials are not used in production.

Renewable Sources of Raw Materials

Some formulations use polyols from renewable sources such as soybeans.


Some of the formulations are slowly degradable, while others are not.

Carbon Footprint

The production process consumes a low amount of energy.
Its durability allows an increase in the lifespam of the product to reduce energy by performance.

Production residues

Production residues

Production residues

Possibility of recycling Cellfit foam waste by various methods. Either by means of new reactions (if a series of technical conditions are followed) or by grinding and reincorporating the recycled materials into new foams.

Post-consumers waste

Production residues

Post-consumer waste

Possibility of recycling the product after its lifespam by crushing and reincorporating the recycled materials into new foams.

If recycling is not possible, Cellfit waste can be incinerated under controlled conditions.