Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) Foam Parts
EVA Foam Fabrication
When transiting from one location to another, jostling and impact forces are often unavoidable. These movements can cause misfortune, from achy joints and sore shoulders to damaged components and broken merchandise. Better protect what’s important to you with highly cushioned, shock absorbing EVA foam products from Foamcraft USA.
EVA foam is a closed-cell foam made from blended copolymers of ethylene and vinyl acetate. It has a high level of chemical cross-linking, which results in a semi-rigid product with a fine uniform cell structure. This durable and resilient foam has a wide array of benefits, which include moisture resistance, chemical repellency, heat and acoustical insulation, cushioning, and shock absorption.
Applications for EVA Foam
Available in a variety of custom densities, thicknesses, and colors, EVA foam is utilized by packaging, footwear, appliance, sports and outdoors, electronic, marine, automotive, and healthcare product manufacturers. Common applications include:
- footwear insoles
- expansion joints
- exercise mats
- backpack and shoulder bag straps
- packaging foam
- orthotic supports
- vehicle headliners
- life jackets
- and many other applications
Foamcraft USA manufactures high-quality EVA foam using a mold, which produces closed-cell cross-linked foam known as a bun. The chosen mixture of foaming additives and catalysts determines its density, hardness, color, and resilience properties. The bun is then cut into sheets of a specified thickness or fabricated into a desired shape, piece or block.
Working with Foamcraft USA
Founded in 1962, we strive to meet customer needs by offering complete foam fabrication solutions. Our experienced engineers use sophisticated prototyping, sampling inspections, and state-of-the-art equipment to fabricate high-performance and long-lasting foam products. We utilize drop curve and static load analysis, single and multiple drop height engineering, and vibration damping to design the ideal product. Custom designs are created using computer-aided and physical models.
Contact Foamcraft USA to learn more about our EVA foam products and services.