Flexible polyurethane chemically expanded foams. They have an open-cell structure with characteristics that are preserved after conformation: breathability, elasticity, recovery capacity after deformations, fatigue and tear-resistance and thermal and acoustic insulating properties.
Preservation of properties after conformation
Greater range of densities and qualities
Starfit Physical Structure
In open-cell polyurethane foams, each cell is connected to the others around it, enabling a very effective breathability. Furthermore, these properties are maintained after the conformation process.
Starfit Chemical Structure
The main raw materials used in Starfit are polyol and isocyanate (TDI). It is a polymer obtained from the condensation of hydroxyl bases (polyols) combined with isocyanates, in this case TDI (Toluene 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.
The production process consumes a low amount of energy.
Its durability allows an increase in the lifespam of the product reducing energy by performance.
Possibility of recycling Starfit foam waste and cuts 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, Starfit waste can be incinerated under controlled conditions.