Closed-cell, micro-cellular polyurethane foams chemically expanded under pressure or continuous-process mechanical foaming. Both systems yield a polyurethane foam with relatively dense skin and a cell nucleus (closed cells).
The material has a wide variety of properties from different formulations and compounds, producing from highly flexible solutions to rigid materials containing glass fiber and polyureas. When used in closed molds, it can be shaped.
Everfit Physical Structure
In a closed cell foam, the cells are isolated from one another and the cavities are surrounded by complete walls. In general, closed cell foams have very low permeability, which improves insulation properties. Closed cell foams are characterized by their high rigidity and strength, in addition to their high resistance to thermal transmission.
Everfit Chemical Structure
The main raw material used in Cellfit is polyols (a polymer obtained by the condensation of hydroxyl bases) combined with isocyanates, in this case MDI (diphenylmethane diisocyanate) produced by mechanical foaming or chemical reaction expansion.
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.
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.
Possibility of recycling Everfit 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.
Possibility of recycling the product after its lifespam by crushing and reincorporating the recycled materials into new foams.
If recycling is not possible, Everfit waste can be incinerated under controlled conditions.