PU Foam

PU foam is a lightweight material commonly used for protecting and adding style to products during shipping.

Why use it

  • Soft, non-abrasive
  • Stable in extreme temperatures
  • Resistant to moisture, mold, and mildew.

Why not use it

  • Relatively flammable.
  • Low resistance to UV rays.


Polyurethane foam, also known as PU foam, is a material with a unique open-cell structure that gives it a soft, sponge-like texture. It is known for its excellent shock-absorbing properties, making it a popular choice in various industries to provide additional protection. Our polyurethane foam inserts come in different densities and colors, giving you a wide range of options to choose from.

Foam Comparison

Foam Comparison Chart

Foam Type
Density (kg/m³)
Overall Weight
Available Colors
Polyurethane Foam (PU)
18-45 kg/m³
38/45/60 Shore C
Black, White, Grey, Yellow
Polyethylene Foam (EPE)
20-120 kg/m³
30 - 38 Shore C
Black, White, Pink
Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate Foam (EVA)
33 - 280 kg/m³
15 - 80 Shore C
Black, White