Rojac Urethane Limited

Foam Materials

We mould a wide variety of Urethane materials including....

High Resilience Flexible Foams.

Primarily used for seating applications in the automotive industry. All formulations are based on M.D.I chemistry; the resulting foams comply with the requirements of Ford WSK-M2D416-A standard. Dual Hardness foam components may be produced as required. Typical examples include front and rear cushion and seat backs.

Foam in Fabric High Resilience Flexible Foams.

A flexible foam as described above but poured directly into a preformed cover to produce a finished cushion that requires no further covering. Applications are found in automotive head restraints, arm rests and rear seat side bolsters.

Combustion Modified High Resilience Flexible Foams (CMHR).

Used for seating applications in high quality domestic and office furniture, in addition to public transport vehicle seating. All formulations based on M.D.I chemistry; the resulting foams comply with the flammability requirements of the ‘Crib 5’ test. Single components with weights up to 8.0 Kg may be produced in a range of hardness and densities.

Memory Foam

Memory foam was originally developed in 1966 under a contract by NASA to improve the safety of aircraft cushions, it was developed as a pressure-absorbing material to help cushion and support astronauts during lift-off.

Memory foam is a polyurethane (PU) foam with additional chemicals increasing its viscosity and density.  It is often referred to as "viscoelastic" pu foam, or low-resilience polyurethane foam. 

Semi Rigid Flexible Foams.

A relatively firm flexible foam primarily used for interior trim applications in the automotive, transport and furniture industries. Typical examples include console pads etc. Components in a range of hardness’s and densities may be produced to suit the application.

Integral Skin Foams.

Self-finished moulded foam primarily used for trim applications in transport, appliance, equipment and furnishings industries where a hard wearing and impervious sealed surface condition is required. Typical examples include armrests for office furniture, automotive head restraints, component handles etc.

High Density Integral Skin Foams.

A highly durable self-finished moulded foam used for arduous trim applications. Typical examples include high quality floor mats and other trim and liner components for aerospace, marine and industrial equipment applications. Click here for further information integral skin moulding

Rigid Foams (Unfilled).

A solid polyurethane foam used in a diversity of applications where light weight solids with good thermal insulation and impact energy absorption properties are required. These can be produced in a wide range of material densities ranging from less than 40KgM-3 to over 500KgM-3. Typical examples include thermal insulation panels for freezers, pipeline insulation and support systems, automotive filler pads, buoyancy fillings and equipment cases etc.

Structural Rigid Foams.

A rigid polyurethane foam reinforced with glass fibre strands to produce a load bearing moulded material. These can also be produced in a range of hardness’s and densities. Typical examples include automotive seat back trim panels, parcel shelves and equipment covers etc.

Urethane Cast Elastomers.

A mouldable elastic polymer used to produce a synthetic rubber type material. Elastomers are widely used in a variety of engineering and construction industries to produce products with good abrasion resistance and vibration damping properties. Typical examples include tires, gaskets, seals and equipment mountings. Additional applications include many components that might alternately be produced by injection moulding such as gear knobs and component handles, etc.