Styrofoam was an old trademark for Dow Styrofoam, now used loosely to refer to a wide variety of rigid extruded or beaded foams. More information is required to recommend a material.
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This is an emerging technology being used in the office furniture market in conjunction with crosslinked polyethylene foams.
Generic reference for bead formed foams from materials like EPP, EPS, EPE.
Generic reference for several sub categories of polyethylene foam, including crosslinked polyethylene foams (chemical and irradiated) as well as low density foams.
foam made to hold material in place to locate before assembly, or permanently place a material in a specific location.
Closed Cell: Suitable for wet locations or for providing a water seal.
Open Cell: Suitable for cushioning, air and dust seals, does not provide a water seal.
Generic reference for several grades of foams including chemical, irradiated and EVA polyethylene foams.
Many grades available from FMVSS-302 to UL-94 to California 117.
There are many types of extrusion, both foam and sponge.