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Polyurethane Foam Sheet
ASG offers a wide range of polyurethane sheets in solid and foam material types, in various densities, thicknesses and colours. Most of our polyurethane foam sheets are converted from blocks using our state of the art splitting machines, meaning we can supply neoprene sponge sheets in thicknesses starting at as little as just 1mm, in a standard 2meter x 1meter sheet size. Our onsite laminating service not only allows us to laminate layers of polyurethane sheets to create greater depths but also enables us to supply polyurethane foam sheets with a range of self-adhesives, foils and even layers of other materials.
What are Polyurethane Foam Sheets?
Polyurethane foam is one of the members of the polymer family, it is a low-density foam from which is often used in a number of vibration dampening, sealing and insulating applications. Polyurethane sheets are often taken by customers as it allows them the flexibility to cut down into pads, strips, gaskets or washers as and when they are required. Polyurethane foam can also be taken in roll form, where sheets of any size can be cut to order.
Why use Polyurethane Foam Sheets?
Polyurethane foam sheets are available in a range of colours, thicknesses and densities, all of which suitable for acoustic and thermal conductive applications. Polyurethane foam offers good sealing properties against air and dust, and are resistant to UV and ozone. Polyurethane foam can also be produced using specialist grades which include conductive, static dissipative and flame-retardant.   
Available grades
Advanced Seals & Gaskets work with a number of material manufacturers, giving our customers more choice when looking for polyurethane foam sheets, our most popular types being:

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Benefits of Using Polyurethane Foam

Polyurethane foams are available in a wide variety, allowing us to supply sheets for use within various applications and industries. Polyurethane foam performs well across a wide temperature range, has resistance to compression and chemicals, offers good vibration and impact absorption and can be manufactured with extra additives to create specialist grades which include conductive, static dissipative and flame-retardant. Some of the popular uses for polyurethane foam include heating & ventilation, automotive, dust sealing and building & construction applications.